The day has finally come. Not that day, that’s on Friday. But, Apple’s stock has just hit the $700 per share mark, a number that it’s never hit before. It’s an incredible feat for a technology company. Especially considering that only 12 or so years back, Cupertino was on the brink of extinction. It’s now the most valuable company in the world, by some distance. Its market value now sits at a very comfortable $656.00B.
With the iPhone 5 public release happening at the end of this week, it’ll be interesting to see how quickly the $800 comes zooming in from the distance. My question for you, however, is when or if you think Apple’s success is going to end? Was Steve Jobs the driving force it needed? Let us know your thoughts on this.