Riding on the wave of their success in the court room versus Samsung and their patent case, Apple shares have reached yet another high. Shares in the iPhone maker closed on Friday afternoon at an all-time high at $663.22.
The shares spiked a tad higher at $680.87 in early trading on Monday, a new, new record high. At $680.87, this pushes Apple's market cap at another record-breaker of $638.3 billion. That's $638, 300,000,000 for those who like to see those glorious zeroes.
The company is expected to unveil their new iPhone, as well as the smaller iPad mini, oh, and a new iPod touch, oh and let's not forget iOS 6. So if Apple shares are at an all-time high and we haven't had an exciting release since the 'new iPad', things are only going to escalate from here.
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