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Next Week Apple Is Very Interesting

1. Apple has announced that it will be holding a special media event for Chinese journalists on Sept. 11, just ten hours after the company is expected to announce a next-generation iPhone lineup at its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.
The notices for Apple's Chinese event went out early Wednesday morning, inviting various media outlets to attend a special event in Beijing slated to begin at 10 a.m. local time on Sept. 11, reports SinaTech.
Identically designed invitations were sent to U.S. journalists on Tuesday for a Sept. 10 announcement, at which Apple is widely expected to unveil a next-generation "iPhone 5S," as well as a lower-cost model dubbed the "iPhone 5C."

2. Apple is taking shipments of 'Set Top Boxes' ahead of Sept. 10 event, suggests new Apple TV product

3.Apple initiated with a Buy at Cantor Fitzgerald; tgt $777

4.Apple downgraded to Sell at ABG Sundal Collier

5.Apple: Gundlach still owns AAPL, plans on exiting soon, sees resistance near $530, 'dead money' in low $500s

6.Apple iPhone 5 release dates set in China for November 28th

7.UBS raises their AAPL tgt to $560 from $500 after the firm 'rejiggered' its conservative assumptions in its detailed product model for the expected midrange iPhone 5C. Its price assumption increases from $379 to $399 and GMs rise from 32% to 38% on a lower bill of materials, making the 5C accretive to earnings. UBS values Apple on an increased EV/FCF multiple of 6.5x (from 6x) its C14 FCF estimate of $50 bln; on a P/E, its target would be 12x its C2014 EPS estimate of $47.18

8.Rumored 'iPad mini 2' and 'iPad 5' shells get detailed comparison in new video

9.Apple's iAd attracts brands paying up to $10M to join iTunes Radio launch

10.Apple working on mystery product that may ship with new 17W power supply

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