From BlackRock: It’s no secret that the iPhone is a revolutionary technology, but is this obvious in key economic data? Jean Boivin weighs in.
From Jon Markman: Apple’s iPhone X is cool. Its new gesture-based operating system is super-slick. Yet, it is nothing compared to what Cupertino has up its sleeve.
From Jon Markman: The numbers are out. Apple (AAPL) had another monster year.
Apple Inc. (AAPL) stock is weighing on equities today, down more than 2% in early trading, and we see headlines in relation to cellular connectivity in China being dropped altogether for users of Apple Watch Series 3.
From Contrarian Outlook: Back in February 2016, I wrote an article titled “4 Reasons to Buy This 9.2% Yielding Equity Fund”. That fund was the AGIC Equity and Convertible Income Fund (NIE).
From Bill Hall: Last week, I explained how Apple (AAPL) is perfectly positioned and primed to profit from its new iPhone trio: the 8, 8 Plus and X models.
Apple’s move higher today after taking a drubbing for three straight sessions following Tim Cook’s announcement of the “IPhone X” product is interesting since the stock is currently trading above $160 into tonight’s September options expiration.
From Zacks: Apple (AAPL – Free Report) is the hottest stock of 2017. This is especially true as the technology giant has scaled multiple highs this year that has pushed its market capitalization to over $800 billion for the first time. This is the biggest valuation among U.S. companies.
From StockNews.com: Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) may be encountering some production issues with its much-anticipated iPhone 8, which could cause delays in its scheduled fall release.
From Tyler Durden: What a difference a year makes: not that long after Apple was considering the acquisition of Imagination Technologies, overnight the shares of the UK-based chip designer imploded.
From Tony Sagami: Every one of my four children has an iPhone, but I’m a committed android (Samsung Galaxy) user.
From StockNews.com: Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is doubling down on its investments in China-based research hubs, today announcing two more research centers, as it attempts to stave off waning iPhone sales in the world’s largest smartphone market.
From Tyler Durden: Days after Apple stock briefly jumped following reports it may announce new products as soon as next week – most likely involving an update to the company’s iPad line – the new product fever returned when moments ago Japan’s Nikkei reported that the most expensive iPhone 8 handsets will feature curved screens […]
From StockNews.com: According to a prominent Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) analyst, the upcoming iPhone 8 (which could also be called the iPhone X) is likely to draw far more interest than its chief rival, the rumored Samsung Galaxy S8.
From StockNews.com: Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has historically struggled to sell its high-priced phones in emerging markets like India, whose cost-conscious consumers prefer lower-priced devices.