220.40 +2.03 (0.93%)
Pre-Market: 8:20AM EDT
|Bid||219.80 x 800|
|Ask||219.90 x 900|
|Day's Range||215.30 - 219.62|
|52 Week Range||149.16 - 229.67|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.78|
|Earnings Date||Oct 31, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.92 (1.30%)|
|1y Target Est||232.99|
David Pogue reviews Apple's two new flagship phones—the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max—and teaches you how to pronounce them ("ten-S" and "ten-S Max").
Sony announces its new PlayStation Classic console. Next, the Senate passes a bill that will change the way music creators are paid through streaming services and internet radio. And finally, If you've been holding off on updating your iPhone or iPad to iOS 12, you're making a serious mistake.
President Trump has taken a hard stance on several issues including trade, Iran, and North Korea. President Trump has lashed out against existing trade deals that he says aren’t favorable to the US. He’s more comfortable with bilateral trade deals compared to multilateral trade deals.
The general consensus from the early Apple reviews is that the XS and XS Max are the best iPhones around, though they may not be for everyone.
Apple Inc.’s ( AAPL) decision to kick off its iPhone release schedule with pricier models forms part of a calculated strategy to squeeze more money from customers, the The Wall Street Journal reported. The Cupertino, California-based company plans to launch its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) devices, the iPhone XS and XS Max, five weeks before its least expensive new phone, the XR, hits stores. The LCD screen XR has a starting price of $749, while the XS and XS Max, due to be released Friday, cost in excess of $1,000.
Taiwan's export orders grew at a steady clip in August, including a surge for those from the United States, reflecting continued solid demand for electronic gadgets despite concerns about global growth due to the Sino-U.S. trade war. Orders for trade-reliant Taiwan, which rose 8.0 percent in July, increased 7.1 percent in August from a year earlier to $43.68 billion, Ministry of Economic Affairs data showed on Thursday. Taiwan's export orders are a leading indicator of demand for Asia's hi-tech gadgets and other shipments, and typically lead actual exports by two to three months.
There a lot of reasons to like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock here and now. The company’s newer hardware products, like headphones and smartwatches, are flying off shelves. Meanwhile, AAPL stock is the cheapest in the FAANG group.
An Australian teenager who pleaded guilty to hacking Apple Inc. systems carried out the attacks over the course of almost two years and showed “a high degree of skill and persistence,” a court heard Thursday. The now adult defendant, who was 16 at the time the hacking began and cannot be named under Australian law that protects the identity of juvenile offenders, faces two charges in relation to the hacking and will be sentenced on Sept. 27. One of the charges carries a maximum sentence of two years custody, while the other carries a maximum sentence of 12 months.
With barely enough time to process the deluge of iPhone Xs reviews that dropped yesterday, it seems the floodgates have once again opened and reviews for the new Apple Watch Series 4 have been published today (Sept. 19). Unlike the new iPhone reviews, which generally agreed there wasn’t much of a difference between the iPhone…
The contrast between Apple Inc.’s ascension to a $1 trillion stock and the share performance of its biggest iPhone assembler just got even starker. Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. has surrendered its position as Taiwan’s second-biggest stock after six years. Concern is mounting for some Taiwanese Apple suppliers, which are struggling to adjust to a new dynamic of higher-priced iPhones because their revenue relies on the number of devices sold.
For the second straight year, Apple is starting to sell its new iPhones at different times—but this time, the company is putting its priciest models first. Last year’s release of the high-end iPhone X came six weeks after Apple’s other two new, less expensive smartphones because of what The Wall Street Journal and others reported were production delays involving its advanced organic light-emitting diode, or OLED, screen. This year, according to people familiar with Apple’s production plans, the company prioritized production of its two pricier OLED models, the iPhone XS and XS Max, whose prices start at about $1,000.
President Trump says there’s an easy way for Apple Inc. to avoid his tariffs on China: make its products in the U.S. But this would be a hollow victory. If Apple follows his advice, Mr. Trump will have grabbed the least valuable link in the electronics supply chain with little net benefit to Americans, without addressing the real contest in global trade.
Alexa is about to be everywhere. Amazon is reportedly set to release eight new devices that will expand its voice-assistant technology, Alexa, beyond Amazon's existing family of 11 smart speakers plus numerous other devices for the home that are compatible with Alexa. If accurate, the expansion of Alexa would line up with Amazon's stated ambitions to take the voice assistant to the next level through a combination of internal work and corralling developers to build new products using Alexa.
Judging by initial reviews for Nvidia's latest high-end gaming GPUs, and by where the competition stands today, the company has a decent chance of making its pricing strategy pay off. Reviews arrived on Wednesday morning of graphics cards containing Nvidia's new RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti GPUs, which were unveiled in August, are based on the company's new Turing architecture and become available on Sept. 20 and Sept. 27, respectively. Generally, reviewers saw solid performance gains relative to Nvidia's older GTX 1080 and GTX 1080 Ti GPUs when playing existing titles.