Apple (AAPL), the world's most valuable company, is suddenly in a rut.
A new report says 75 percent of smartphones out there are Android phones, and only 15 percent are iPhones.
For the first time ever, iPhone customer loyalty is declining.
Scott Forstall was suddenly booted from the company last week. He was the creator of iOS, Apple's most prolific inventor, and a former "CEO-in-waiting."
The stock is cratering. It's down to $576 after peaking above $700 in mid-September.
Apple whiffed on iPad sales during its fiscal fourth quarter.
Recent "refresh" of all big products has left them looking at 6 to 9 months of dead time.
After hiring a new retail boss ~6 months ago, Tim Cook fired him last week.
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