Well, Apple is seemingly sheltered from doing wrong when it comes to profits, but close followers of the company know better. The company, like any company, has its low points as well, and both Siri and Maps are certainly under that classification. And now, heads are rolling for past sins. Apple chose a day where the NYSE was closed in order to publish some incredibly potent news about its management layout today. Executive management changes across the board are going to morph Apple into a tighter company internally, with more divisions reporting to fewer people -- and in theory, working more closely. Of course, this also puts more duties on fewer shoulders, so it'll be interesting to see how the folks in charge hold up under duress.