Apple's growth has placed the company highly among stocks, but can investors expect it to reach $1 trillion? The iPhone 5 will be a huge driver for sure, and shareholders should expect record numbers, though not necessarily numbers that exceed expectations. Check out the following video to see more from our technology and media editor.
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