AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
187.16
-0.47 (-0.25%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

184.85 -2.31 (-1.23%)
Pre-Market: 5:12AM EDT

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Previous Close187.63
Open188.38
Bid184.76 x 1100
Ask185.00 x 800
Day's Range186.78 - 188.88
52 Week Range142.20 - 190.37
Volume12,636,938
Avg. Volume32,581,322
Market Cap919.918B
Beta1.11
PE Ratio (TTM)18.10
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.56%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-11
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Apple just cut the price of the one cable you can't get anywhere else that fast charges your iPhone
    Yahoo Finance Video21 hours ago

    Apple just cut the price of the one cable you can't get anywhere else that fast charges your iPhone

    Apple recently dropped the price of one of its iPhone cords from $25 to $19, eagle-eyed Apple blog 9to5Mac spotted on Monday.

  • InvestorPlace4 hours ago

    President Trump Unexpectedly Made Tech Stocks Great Again

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  • Warren Buffett Loves TEVA Stock and You Should Too
    InvestorPlace6 hours ago

    Warren Buffett Loves TEVA Stock and You Should Too

    While Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (ADR) ADR (NYSE:TEVA) faded from last Wednesday highs, shares ultimately climbed about 3% that day. No, it wasn’t earnings or a new drug that gave TEVA stock a bump. Instead, it was Warren Buffett.

  • Next Generation iPhone Chips Go Into Production
    Bloomberg8 hours ago

    Next Generation iPhone Chips Go Into Production

    Apple Inc. manufacturing partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. has started mass production of next-generation processors for new iPhones launching later this year, according to people familiar with the matter. The processor, likely to be called the A12 chip, will use a 7-nanometer design that can be smaller, faster and more efficient than the 10-nanometer chips in current Apple devices like the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, the people said. Apple and TSMC spokeswomen declined to comment.

  • Barrons.com12 hours ago

    Apple Shootout: What Does the Big Leap in Services Mean?

    Today brings an excellent example of how any two parties on Wall Street can scrutinize Apple (AAPL) and come away with very different conclusions about its outlook. The question is what to make of Apple’s increase of 31% in revenue from services in the fiscal Q2 that ended in March—an increase that some are describing as “explosive” because it was so much higher than it had been historically.

  • Barrons.com13 hours ago

    Starbucks Wins the Cup for In-Store Mobile Payments, Apple in Second

    Starbucks (SBUX) is winning the in-store mobile-payments war, beating tech heavyweights Apple, Google, and Samsung Electronics at their own game. The cafe chain's mobile-payment service will be used by 23.4 million Americans this year, edging Apple (AAPL), with 22 million. Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google unit, with 11.1 million users, and Samsung  (South Korea: 005930), with 9.9 million, lag far behind, according to an eMarketer report released today.

  • MarketWatch15 hours ago

    Share buyback boom remains in overdrive after tax revamp

    The stock buyback boom continued apace in the first-quarter earnings season that is now drawing to a close, with U.S. companies announcing $6.1 billion of buybacks a day, according to Trim Tabs Investment Research. “The buyback boom early this year confirms our view that the main use of corporate America’s tax savings will be takeovers and stock buybacks rather than capital investment or hiring,” the company said in a note.

  • Why Apple’s Smart Speakers Are Doing Better than Feared
    Market Realist15 hours ago

    Why Apple’s Smart Speakers Are Doing Better than Feared

    Apple’s (AAPL) foray into smart speakers through the $349 HomePad had, reportedly, seen a weak response since its launch earlier this year. According to estimates in the latest report by Strategy Analytics, Apple shipped 600,000 HomePods in the quarter. Meanwhile, Amazon (AMZN) sold 4 million smart speakers globally while Alphabet’s (GOOG) Google shipped 2.4 million.

  • Tuesday Apple Rumors: WWDC 2018 Invites Sent to Press
    InvestorPlace16 hours ago

    Tuesday Apple Rumors: WWDC 2018 Invites Sent to Press

    Leading the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is news of WWDC 2018 invites. WWDC 2018: Members of the press are starting to receive their invites for WWDC 2018, reports MacRumors. While it is unknown what AAPL will show off at the event, rumors include a new iPad remodel more akin to the iPhone X. We’ll also likely learn more about iOS 12 at WWDC 2018.

  • 3 Stocks That Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now
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    3 Stocks That Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

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  • Fortune18 hours ago

    Spotify, Pandora, and Apple All Booted R. Kelly From Their Playlists. It Had No Impact.

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  • Why YouTube Music Isn't a Threat to Spotify or Apple
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    Why YouTube Music Isn't a Threat to Spotify or Apple

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  • Google warns court it could face a $4.3B lawsuit over iPhone privacy
    American City Business Journals20 hours ago

    Google warns court it could face a $4.3B lawsuit over iPhone privacy

    A group calling itself Google You Owe Us told the search giant it’s representing around 4.4 million people who and will ask for damages of around $1,000 per person.

  • Cupertino to explore 'head tax' on big employers like Apple
    American City Business Journals20 hours ago

    Cupertino to explore 'head tax' on big employers like Apple

    The Cupertino effort comes as nearby Mountain View also ponders a so-called "head tax" that it has said could generate $10 million in revenue annually.