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July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Apple said quarterly profit rose 12 percent to $7.75 billion, with a jump in iPhone and Mac sales helping to make up for a drop in iPad demand. Douglas C. Lane & Associates Portfolio Manager Sarat Sethi speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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