The company also sells a range of third-party products through its online and retail stores. It serves various consumers, small and mid-sized businesses, as well as education, enterprise, and government customers.
However, by the time Apple's buyback program began at the start of fiscal 2013 (beginning in September 2012), Apple's share price began to collapse. The company's shares continued to fall and remain low throughout 2013, dipping as low as $55.
In its second-quarter letter to investors David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital highlighted the performance of its portfolio during the April-June period, emphasizing that a significant contribution to the growth was made by two long positions in Apple Inc.
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