Apple’s latest move to expand its store network, a major driver of its stock price, has some people worried about the company’s ability to deliver a high quality product.
Apple is trying to build a network of over 100,000 stores across the US and Canada to allow customers to shop on its various products.
That means Apple will be able to build more stores in more states and more locations, and that would make it easier for it to deliver the best quality products.
That is great for Apple, because it means it can offer customers the best deals and the best products, but it’s also a potential problem for competitors.
Apple has historically struggled to build high quality stores and has struggled to deliver high-quality products.
The company’s products have often suffered from poor quality or poor delivery.
That’s why Apple’s stock price has fallen and its stock is now trading at a record low.
Apple was forced to buy back stock from investors in the wake of the November 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.
Apple said the stock price was inflated by “misleading and inaccurate information” about the attack.
Apple’s stock has rallied from that day, but has since been in a downtrend, and its market cap has shrunk to $6.9 billion.