Apple Inc. (AAPL)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
117.06-0.06 (-0.05%)
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116.94 -0.12 (-0.10%)
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Prev Close117.12
Bid116.72 x 400
Ask117.12 x 400
Day's Range116.33 - 117.38
52wk Range89.47 - 123.82
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap630.77B
P/E Ratio (ttm)13.65
Avg Vol (3m)36,042,172
Dividend & Yield2.28 (1.95%)
Earnings DateN/A
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    Chinese consumers are spending like crazy in the Apple App Store

    China may be a shrinking market for Apple products, but the App Store is a big hit with Chinese consumers. After generating $1.7 billion in iOS app sales in the third quarter, China has become the biggest source of revenue for the App Store. Chinese sales topped those from the US by 15% last quarter,…

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    Apple's 'A10′ iPhone Chip Smokes the Competition, Says Linley Group

    Linley Gwennap, director of the esteemed chip industry research firm that bears his name, and editor of its newsletter, “Mobile Chip Report,” Thursday offered up an engaging analysis of Apple’s (AAPL) “A10 Fusion” processor, used in its latest iPhone, the iPhone 7. Based on some help from chip teardown experts Chipworks, Gwennap writes that Apple’s “Hurricane,” which is one of the two different CPUs in the A10, “blows away the competition,” citing Geekbench speed tests for some typical tasks compared to benchmarks for several other mobile processors used in phones. The A10 is notably faster than Samsung Electronics’s (005930KS) “Exynos 8890,” Qualcomm’s (QCOM) “Snapdragon 820,” and Huawei’s “Kirin 955,” when compared using single-core instruction runs, writes Gwennap.