Lately there's been lots of consternation about why Apple keeps so much cash on the books. Cramer thinks he just might know why.
"Maybe everyone has Apple wrong," said Cramer.
That is, speculation on the Street suggests that without Steve Jobs, Apple may no longer have a grand vision. Jim Cramer, however, postulates that may not be the case.
In fact, in his final days, Jobs may have left the company with a vision grander than the Street can imagine. And perhaps management feels obligated to see it to fruition, no matter the cost.
"Hear me out," said Cramer. "One of the main tenets that Steve Jobs drilled into his colleagues' heads is that they must always strive to have the superior products. They must always offer something that you secretly dreamed of but so secret that you didn't even know you were dreaming of it."
What could that be?