Acquire an Island Nation, Call it iLand
When it came out that Apple's stock price hit $500 a share, it's valuation at the time of $416 billion made the company more valuable than Norway. With $100 billion in the bank, Apple could undoubtedly snatch up a small nation, dub it iLand, create its own laws and taxes, and move all its operations there. The trip to iLand could be a pilgrimage of sorts of the Apple faithful. We're only partially joking here.