Early this morning Apple's chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer took the stage to explain what Apple will do with its massive cash reserve of $100 billion. Yes, you read that correctly: Apple has nearly $100 billion in cold crisp cash chilling in a bank somewhere collecting interest. When Steve Jobs was alive, he decided to not touch the company's paper, instead letting it stack to the perfect height. However, now that the company is under new management, the investors and top execs are looking to make a move. So what did Apple decided to do?

It decided to do a dividend payback which would reward Apple's shareholders with some dough of their own, and a share buyback which will have the company, as the name implies, buying back some of its own stock. Neither of which surprised many analysts. However, we think Apple could do some really, really interesting things with all that cash. Like what? Well, like this…