AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
198.58
-0.20 (-0.10%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close198.78
Open198.54
Bid0.00 x 1100
Ask0.00 x 27000
Day's Range198.17 - 200.16
52 Week Range142.00 - 233.47
Volume18,220,421
Avg. Volume28,585,446
Market Cap913.682B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.03
PE Ratio (TTM)16.71
EPS (TTM)11.89
Earnings DateJul 29, 2019 - Aug 2, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield3.08 (1.55%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-10
1y Target Est210.89
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  • Spotify recovers losses after Evercore downgrade
    Yahoo Finance Video10 hours ago

    Spotify recovers losses after Evercore downgrade

    Shares of Spotify recovered on Monday, ending the day in the green, after a bearish call from Evercore. In a note to investors, analyst Kevin Rippey wrote the firm "do[es] not see a path by which SPOT can generate the level of gross profit demanded by Street estimates over the medium-term." The Final Round panel reacts.

  • UBS: Global growth estimated to drop 75bps if U.S.-China trade talks fail at the G-20
    Yahoo Finance Video12 hours ago

    UBS: Global growth estimated to drop 75bps if U.S.-China trade talks fail at the G-20

    Investors watching this week's G-20 summit closely, as President Trump is expected to meet with President Xi to smooth things on the trade front. UBS predicting the global growth to drop by as much as 75 basis points should those talks fail. Wilmington Trust CIO Tony Roth joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith.

  • Apple just released the first iOS and iPadOS 13 beta to everyone
    TechCrunch13 hours ago

    Apple just released the first iOS and iPadOS 13 beta to everyone

    Apple just released the first public beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, the next major version of the operating systems for the iPhone and iPad. Unlike developer betas, everyone can download those betas without a $99 developer account. As always, Apple’s public betas closely follow the release cycle of developer betas.

  • iOS 13 preview: Shaping up to be a huge update
    Engadget14 hours ago

    iOS 13 preview: Shaping up to be a huge update

    After Apple announced all of its big software updates for the year at WWDC , it made clear that the first public beta versions of iOS, iPadOS and macOS would go live sometime in July. Whoops! Never mind. The company just let us know they'll be released any minute now, and the brave (or possibly reckless) among you can load them onto your Apple devices later today. Of the three beta builds coming, I'd argue iOS 13 is the most important. In case Apple's two-plus-hour keynote didn't make it clear, this is shaping up to be a meaningful update, especially compared to iOS 12, which mostly just focused on performance improvements. We've got some important interface improvements here, plus a slew of revamped first-party apps and some impressive new accessibility features, among other things. Oh, and let's not forget that iOS 13 also provides the foundation for iPadOS . It's indisputable that iOS 13 is one of the most substantial updates Apple users have received in some time. Now we're left with just one question: What's it like to live with?

  • Why we're seeing so few IPOs — and why that's bad for investors
    Yahoo Finance14 hours ago

    Why we're seeing so few IPOs — and why that's bad for investors

    One reason why investors may be going gaga over the recent mini-flurry of IPOs (Uber, Beyond Meat, Slack, etc) is the simple fact there are so few of them.

  • Breaking up Google isn't the answer
    Yahoo Finance15 hours ago

    Breaking up Google isn't the answer

    Google is being eyed by lawmakers who want to break it up.

  • BTS Made an App That Lets You Chat With Its Members (Sort Of)
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    BTS Made an App That Lets You Chat With Its Members (Sort Of)

    (Bloomberg) -- K-pop sensation BTS has racked up a string of firsts over an astonishing six-year run. Now the seven-member group star in their very own smartphone game, marrying two of South Korea’s hottest exports.Netmarble Corp., the country’s biggest mobile-app publisher, has unveiled a game featuring global K-Pop phenom BTS, the latest attempt to wed the country’s tech and entertainment industries to drive economic growth.“BTS World” contains previously undisclosed videos and photos of the boy band. The game takes players to their pre-debut days to recruit and train the singers. Users can pay to quicken the process of guiding the seven young men to stardom. Created by local developer Takeone Company Corp. and published by Netmarble, the game also features video and text chats with BTS members based on pre-written scripts.It’s the first major mobile title to focus exclusively on a K-Pop group, a testament to the rapidly growing clout of two of Korea’s most promising exports -- games and K-Pop -- as Hyundai cars struggle to regain momentum and Samsung semiconductors undergo an industry downturn.BTS or Bangtan Sonyeondan, which translates as Bulletproof Boy Scouts, has amassed millions of fans around the world thanks in large part to social media. The band’s Love Yourself campaign, which calls on people to take better care of themselves and encourages them to speak out on social issues, has resonated in particular with young fans.“Managing BTS myself would make me feel closer to the members,” said Paik Ji-min, a 29-year-old South Korean fan who flew to London to attend a BTS concert and said she would be willing to spend about 50,000 won (around $43) playing the game. “Just the thought of it makes me smile ear to ear.”Netmarble already plans a sequel to BTS World, seeking to maximize profit from what has arguably become the biggest K-Pop success after singer Psy. BTS has 20 million followers on Twitter and has made television appearances on Saturday Night Live and Ellen DeGeneres’s talk show. This year, the band sold out London’s 90,000-seat Wembley Stadium in just 90 minutes.The company’s founder, Bang Jun-hyuk, teamed up with relative Bang Si-hyuk of Big Hit Entertainment, the agency behind BTS, to develop the game. The entrepreneur is betting the recipe will re-energize growth at Netmarble, which trades about 20% lower than when it listed in 2017.“Even though it’s based on story-telling, as you progress you can discover a lot of missions and gaming elements,” Seungwon Lee, Netmarble’s chief global officer, told Bloomberg Television. “It’s sufficient incentive to keep motivating users to play.”BTS creator Bang Si-hyuk, who is also known as Hitman, told Bloomberg in 2017 that the company was diversifying into intellectual property-protected content that could possibly multiply its revenue. Big Hit is now worth an estimated $2 billion, according to the Hyundai Research Institute. The company is drawing on the popularity of the band to collaborate with Line Corp. for character merchandise and Mattel Inc. for dolls. The K-pop industry is worth about $5 billion, according to the government-affiliated Korea Creative Content Agency.Read More: High School Dropout Turns Billionaire on Games Firm IPONetmarble, whose titles include Lineage 2 Revolution and Marvel Future Fight, ranked 5th among publishers of Google Play and Apple iOS apps last year in terms of revenue, according to analytics firm App Annie. Founded in 2000, the Seoul-based company has drawn backing from Chinese giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. and South Korean conglomerate CJ Group.Vey-Sern Ling, a Bloomberg Intelligence analyst, said it may be relatively easy to generate money from players because they’re already fans who display a strong willingness to pay for BTS content. But the lifespan of the game could be limited. “Once the content is consumed there should be very little reason to play on, just like how you wouldn’t watch the same movie multiple times,” Ling said.Read More: ‘Hitman’ Worth $770 Million With K-Pop Craze Rocking the PlanetTo contact the reporters on this story: Sohee Kim in Seoul at skim847@bloomberg.net;Sam Kim in Seoul at skim609@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Edwin Chan at echan273@bloomberg.net, Colum MurphyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • 3 Warren Buffett Stocks Worth Buying Now
    Motley Fool7 hours ago

    3 Warren Buffett Stocks Worth Buying Now

    The Oracle of Omaha owns these stocks. Maybe you should, too.

  • Apple to Expand Its Footprint in Seattle With Office Lease
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    Apple to Expand Its Footprint in Seattle With Office Lease

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. is significantly increasing its footprint in Seattle as its expands on a previously announced plan to boost hiring, bringing an additional 2,000 jobs to the area in the next five years.The iPhone maker signed a lease for office space at 333 Dexter, a 660,000-square-foot (61,300-square-meter) development in the South Lake Union neighborhood being built by Kilroy Realty Corp., according to the office of Mayor Jenny Durkan.“These new jobs confirm what we already knew: We have the best talent and city anywhere,” Durkan said in an emailed statement. “Apple’s expanded footprint in Seattle is another example of the growing opportunity that exists for residents of Seattle and the economic powerhouse our city has become.”For years, cranes have dotted the Seattle skyline as builders rushed to accommodate a swelling population and rapidly growing tech firms, led by Amazon.com Inc. That company now employs more than 45,000 at its headquarters in town and occupies about a fifth of the city’s prime office real estate. Other firms have been muscling in to recruit from Seattle’s deep well of engineers. Both Google and Facebook Inc. are leasing offices near 333 Dexter.Apple has a relatively modest presence in the city of about 500 employees. In December, the company said that it planned to add 1,000 jobs in the area over three years as part of a national expansion that also includes spending $1 billion on a new campus in Austin, Texas.To contact the reporter on this story: Noah Buhayar in Seattle at nbuhayar@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Rob Urban at robprag@bloomberg.net, Dan Reichl, David ScheerFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Apple (AAPL) Stock Moves -0.09%: What You Should Know
    Zacks9 hours ago

    Apple (AAPL) Stock Moves -0.09%: What You Should Know

    Apple (AAPL) closed the most recent trading day at $198.60, moving -0.09% from the previous trading session.

  • Apple, just admit the iPad is a computer and give us a mouse
    Quartz10 hours ago

    Apple, just admit the iPad is a computer and give us a mouse

    Apple just released the first public beta of iPadOS, its new operating system for the iPad, which anyone can download and test out before a wider release this fall. If you’ve taken the plunge and installed the new software on your compatible iPad, you’ll be greeted with a whole host of new features to play with. One new feature that’s hidden away within a series of menus is perhaps the most surprising of all: the iPad now supports a mouse.

  • Barrons.com11 hours ago

    Microsoft Has Dethroned Apple at the Top of the Russell 1000

    Microsoft’s total market cap of $974.2 billion makes it the new king of the Russell 1000, leapfrogging Apple, Alphabet and Amazon.com. Apple had held the top slot since 2012.

  • Apple poaches a former EA executive to lead marketing at Beats
    American City Business Journals11 hours ago

    Apple poaches a former EA executive to lead marketing at Beats

    Cupertino-based Apple Inc. is hiring a former Electronic Arts Inc. executive to lead marketing at Beats by Dre, the premium headphones company Apple purchased in 2014 for $3 billion.

  • Hedge Funds’ 25 Favorite Blue-Chip Stocks
    Kiplinger11 hours ago

    Hedge Funds’ 25 Favorite Blue-Chip Stocks

    Always keep one eye on the so-called smart money. Yes, hedge funds don't always live up to the hype, and they're renowned for charging an arm and a leg. But considering they represent more than $3 trillion in assets under management and have built a reputation of having stock-market savvy, it's good to know what they're putting their capital toward - and they're often putting it toward blue-chip stocks.The folks at WalletHub keep regular tabs on stocks that hedge fund managers are buying, selling and holding every quarter. Combing through regulatory filings, WalletHub looks at the positions of more than 400 hedge funds, tallies their positions in individual stocks, then ranks those stocks by their total holdings value.These stocks are massive in market value, ranging from the hundreds of billions of dollars to more than $1 trillion. Indeed, their very size helps attract more institutional interest. Unsurprisingly, then, most of these stock picks are household names - a number happen to belong to Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway portfolio.Here are hedge funds' 25 favorite blue-chip stocks to buy now. All these stocks likely appeal to the "smart money" because of their size and strong track records. But we'll delve into a few specifics that make each company special. SEE ALSO: The 19 Best Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019

  • 3 Tech Stocks for Growth Investors to Buy
    Zacks13 hours ago

    3 Tech Stocks for Growth Investors to Buy

    Now it's time to check out three tech stocks that came through our screen today that growth investors might want to consider at the moment...

  • You can try out iOS 13 now—if you dare
    Quartz13 hours ago

    You can try out iOS 13 now—if you dare

    Apple's latest software is available, but be prepared for bugs. Here's how to prepare to avoid some potential issues.