AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
222.19
+1.40 (+0.63%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

222.15 -0.04 (-0.02%)
After hours: 6:35PM EDT

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Previous Close220.79
Open219.75
Bid222.00 x 2200
Ask222.22 x 4000
Day's Range219.71 - 222.82
52 Week Range150.24 - 229.67
Volume19,148,280
Avg. Volume28,015,346
Market Cap1.073T
Beta1.26
PE Ratio (TTM)20.13
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.34%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-10
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Qualcomm claims Apple stole trade secrets and sent them to Intel
    Engadget7 hours ago

    Qualcomm claims Apple stole trade secrets and sent them to Intel

    The ongoing dispute between Apple and Qualcomm continues as Qualcomm seeks to add new charges to a current lawsuit it's pursuing against Apple. CNBC reports that Qualcomm is now alleging that Apple stole "vast swaths" of trade secrets through their partnership and used that information to help Intel improve its chips. The company is looking to amend allegations made against Apple in a lawsuit filed last November.

  • Apple shaves cost from displays in newest iPhones: analyst firm
    Reuters40 minutes ago

    Apple shaves cost from displays in newest iPhones: analyst firm

    Apple released a trio of new phones earlier this month, including an update on last year's iPhone X, called the iPhone Xs, that starts at $999, and the budget-minded iPhone Xr that starts at $749. In its cost analysis released on Tuesday, TechInsights found that the single priciest part in the iPhone Xs Max - the display - cost $80.50, compared with $77.27 for last year's iPhone X, which featured a smaller 5.8-inch screen. The relatively small increase in cost despite the larger screen size was because Apple appeared to have removed some components related to its so-called 3D Touch system, which makes apps respond differently depending on how hard users press the screen.

  • Apple shaves cost from displays in newest iPhones: analyst firm
    Reuters40 minutes ago

    Apple shaves cost from displays in newest iPhones: analyst firm

    Apple released a trio of new phones earlier this month, including an update on last year's iPhone X, called the iPhone Xs, that starts at $999, and the budget-minded iPhone Xr that starts at $749. In its cost analysis released on Tuesday, TechInsights found that the single priciest part in the iPhone Xs Max - the display - cost $80.50, compared with $77.27 for last year's iPhone X, which featured a smaller 5.8-inch screen. The relatively small increase in cost despite the larger screen size was because Apple appeared to have removed some components related to its so-called 3D Touch system, which makes apps respond differently depending on how hard users press the screen.

  • More Good News for Apple's iPhone Average Selling Prices
    Motley Fool1 hour ago

    More Good News for Apple's iPhone Average Selling Prices

    Demand for the iPhone XS Max is outstripping supply so far.

  • What's In Store for FAANG Stocks During Q3 Earnings Season?
    Zacks1 hour ago

    What's In Store for FAANG Stocks During Q3 Earnings Season?

    Even in the face of these uncertainties, major stock indexes remain near all-time highs ahead of Q3 earnings season, which promises to deliver results indicating another period of robust profit and revenue growth. Here's a closer look at the recent trends in FAANG stocks ahead of the season.

  • Qualcomm escalates its fight with Apple with latest legal step
    MarketWatch1 hour ago

    Qualcomm escalates its fight with Apple with latest legal step

    Qualcomm claims its intellectual property helped Apple accelerate the development of rival modems from Intel.

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Dow, S&P 500 end lower ahead of Fed decision, while Nasdaq bucks trend to close higher

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 on Tuesday extended a multisession skid while the Nasdaq booked its second straight gain, highlighting a period of divergence for the benchmarks ahead of the Federal Reserve's decision. The Dow closed off by about 67 points, or 0.3%, at 26,495, the S&P 500 index gave up 0.1% at 2,915. The S&P 500 has ended lower the past three days, while the Dow has posted back-to-back declines. However, the Nasdaq Composite Index eked out a second gain in a row, up 0.2% at 8,007, with the technology and internet-centric gauge following the fortunes of Apple Inc. higher for a second straight session. The Fed is widely expected to deliver its third rate increase of 2018 but investors will follow closely the central bank's projections for future rate increases as well as comments from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell Wednesday afternoon. Wall Street has been fixated on the developments in trade clashes between China and the U.S., but have managed to post positive returns, amid an apparent escalation of tensions between the economic superpowers. Market participants fret a tit-for-tat dispute between Washington, Beijing and other global partners could spiral into a full-blown trade conflict that crimps corporate profits. However, so far stocks have traded within range of all-time highs as investors focus on the domestic economic strength. Equity benchmarks also met some resistance from rising yields, with the 10-year Treasury note hitting above 3.10%, flirting with its highest level in about seven years, according to Dow Jones Market Data. Bond prices fall as yield rise. Climbing rates follow expectations that the Fed will dial up rates, which can make borrowing costs more expensive for corporations, while also undermining the appeal of risk-free government paper against stocks. Market participants also watched President Donald Trump deliver a speech in front of the United Nationals general assembly in New York, where he criticized the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries for higher crude-oil prices and defended his administrations hard-line trade tactics.

  • Investor's Business Daily3 hours ago

    Nasdaq, Apple Up; Can Market Leader Square Produce More Gains?

    The Nasdaq and small-cap indexes kept the bull run alive on Wall Street Tuesday. Market leader Square continues to sculpt a big uptrend and hit new highs.

  • Yahoo Finance Live: Midday Movers - Sep 25th, 2018
    Yahoo Finance Video9 hours ago

    Yahoo Finance Live: Midday Movers - Sep 25th, 2018

    Yahoo Finance's LIVE stock market coverage and analysis.

  • How Apple’s New Indestructible iPhone Could Save You Up to $279
    GoBankingRates2 hours ago

    How Apple’s New Indestructible iPhone Could Save You Up to $279

    Apple's latest iPhone XS proved its durability when it failed to crack or shatter when dropped from a reasonable height. The improved formulation of the smartphone's glass could be what saves consumers from paying more than $200 in repair fees.