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iPhones, ETFs, and Missed PR Opportunities: Apple's Crazy Week


The frenzy around iPhone 5 was just the beginning.


MINYANVILLE ORIGINAL Apple (AAPL) shares touched a record high at $696.98 Friday after the advance shipment of iPhones sold out within an hour. The company announced there would be a two- to three-week delay for the iPhone 5 in the UK, France, and Germany. The next available units will be on sale next Friday at US Apple stores. Other retailers are taking pre-orders.

Minyanville covered not only the release of the iPhone 5, but its potential effect on Microsoft (MSFT), Research In Motion (RIMM), and global ETFs. We also reported on Apple's stock, the state of the iPad, and Tim Cook's huge PR miss. Here you'll find everything you need to know -- just in case you've been under a rock -- about the tech behemoth's crazy week.

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