|Bid||178.15 x 100|
|Ask||178.18 x 1100|
|Day's Range||177.62 - 179.12|
|52 Week Range||138.62 - 183.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.35|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.41%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Mar.16 -- Bloomberg's Mark Gurman previews Apple Inc.'s planned education-focused announcement on March 27. He speaks on "Bloomberg Technology."
In this week's wrap-up, a Chicago high school will play host to Apple. Maybe it's an education event? Meanwhile, Microsoft's built a new team that's all about cloud gaming.
The direct successor to the current iPhone X could well prove to be the worst-selling model out of the trio of iPhones that Apple is expected to launch this year.
Companies that form an intimate bond with their customers tend to outperform their competitors. In some cases, that edge translates to a tangible gain for investors.
Apple is planning to draw down its net-cash balance over time. The company will likely still return significant amounts of cash to shareholders, and it could also seek to address supply-chain issues or ...
One morning last week I caught a train to Shoreditch, the beating heart of London hipsterdom, to see a big European business conference on how to sell stuff to millennials. At first all proceeded as expected. ...
U.K. based Bidvine has added 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' coach to its stable of gaming related services. Good at 'Fortnite'? Command a salary.
The European Union will propose a 3% tax on digital revenue this week. That would hit Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple.
Apple could release a new Retina MacBook model, according to an IHS analyst, possibly confirming previous supply chain chatter.
Sometimes stocks break out, then just undercut the buy point, which remains valid. Apple, Microsoft, PayPal, Charles Schwab, Morgan Stanley are current examples.
Atherton Research analyst Jean Baptiste Su looks at the reasons behind the failure of Android Wear and how Google can breathe new life into its moribund platform by releasing a major Wear OS update this year and posting consistent updates.
In case you missed it, Bernstein’s David Dai on March 9th held a conference call to discuss the technology of “3-D sensing,” which makes possible augmented reality, such as the “Face ID” function in Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone X. Dai sees a big future for the technology, as it moves to other manufacturers’ smartphones, and to automobiles, in the form of LiDAR. "3D sensing is taking off,” writes Dai, noting that it will be coming to more Apple iPhones later this year, and some select Android phones, something others have been expecting as well, though some have expressed concern there will be delays because of short supply of some components. As Dai points out, 3-D sensing has been around for several years, in virtual reality headsets and in drones.
This week’s Apple Loop includes details of WWDC2018, a major update to the MacBook Air, the iPhone X SE leaks, Fortnite Battle Royale on iOS, iPhone X facing battery problems, why Apple needs more memory, Apple’s protective patents, and why your iPhone can’t add up.
This week’s Android Circuit includes the secret strength inside the Galaxy S9, Samsung’s ambitious sales target, a review of Nokia’s current Android handsets, the notched OnePlus 6 design, Pixel 2XL vs Galaxy S9 Plus camera review, the Amazfit Cor is launched, and Android Wear gets a new name.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman previews Apple Inc.'s planned education-focused announcement on March 27. He speaks on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook met with U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin at the technology giant’s new Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, according to a tweet from Mnuchin.