After Its iPhone 5C Debacle, What's Next For Apple?

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Let's face it: Apple left investors wanting in a big way with its not-so-low-cost iPhone 5C this week. The stock tanked as investors ran for the exists, which was a totally fair move, as the iPhone 5C was supposed to be the next great growth driver for a company in need of one. 

And while Apple investors are licking their wounds, the show must go on. Moving forward, Apple should still have several major releases in store for investors that could also have a great deal of influence on how the tech giant trades for the rest of the year, including a revamp of its iPad line of tablets, an updated Apple TV, and maybe even a bit of the old Apple magic beyond that. So what should investors have on their radars? In this video, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner discusses what could and should be in store for Apple in the remainder of 2013.

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The article After Its iPhone 5C Debacle, What's Next For Apple? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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