Rolfe does concede that there have been issues with Siri and the maps, noting that they’re data-driven problems which aren’t part of Apple’s DNA.
“My only beef with management is maybe they oversold this at the product launch and they could have reduced some expectations,” Rolfe said.
An iPad Mini, expected to launch next month, could also juice Apple shares. Sutherland who has an “outperform” rating on the stock, said, “The stock can go a lot higher with the product pipeline they have.” His $885 price target implies nearly 30 percent upside from recent levels.
Rolfe said fair value on Apple is a slightly more modest $850.
But the biggest bull of the group is Topeka Capital’s White. His price target of $1,111 represents 60 percent potential upside.
—By CNBC.com’s Justin Menza
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