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Apple's recent success is simply undeniable. Bolstered by some of the most competitive offerings in two of tech's most robust growth markets -- smartphones and tablets -- the stock's meteoric rise now has some worried. As the world's largest company, can Apple keep up its recent successes? Well, if recent sales figures coming from its new iPad debut serve as an indicator, the answer is a resounding yes. In this video, Andrew discusses some of the most recent figures for Apple sales and what they mean for investors everywhere.
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