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While Apple may see choppy trading in the short term, the stock should snap back in 2013, says one analyst.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
"While we're improving Maps, you can try alternatives by downloading map apps from the App Store like Bing, MapQuest and Waze, or use Google or Nokia maps," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a statement.
As Apple's shares continued to slide, a buying opportunity may present itself soon, OptionMonster's Pete Najarian says.
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"Everyone wants a better TV experience," says David Kirkpatrick, and Apple presumably has the means to provide that. "Everyone wants Apple to solve the problem."
U.S. stock index futures remained narrowly mixed Friday as investors digested a pair of mixed economic reports, while better-than-expected Chinese manufacturing data helped limit losses.
Jim Cramer wants investors to know that some analysts will probably cut their price targets on Apple next week. (1:17)
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple launched its iPhone 5 in China, even as its ranking in the world's largest smartphone market has slipped in the face of competition from cheaper rivals.
"The office holiday party is a great place to meet everyone you've been emailing from 10 feet away."
The China release of its iPhone 5 on Friday should win Apple some traction in the world's biggest smartphone market, but its longer-term hopes may depend on new technology being tested by China's top telecoms carrier.
Stocks ended in negative territory Thursday, with the S&P 500 snapping a six-day win streak, as ongoing jitters over the "fiscal cliff" negotiations kept investors nervous.
Yesterday, the market got its first look at what Research In Motion's BlackBerry 10 is likely to look like when photos leaked online. RIM's shares jumped 5.6% yesterday, and have doubled in price since its September lows.
In 2011, Americans spent almost 1 percent of their household income on iPads, iPhones and other devices. Lauren Young, wealth editor at Thomson Reuters, offers insight on why Apple's products are so in demand.
Google maps is approved for listing in the Apple app store; and Best Buy shares jump on reports its founder Richard Schulze is prepared to make a $5-$6 billion buyout offer, with CNBC's Robert Frank and John Carney.