AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
221.19
-0.96 (-0.43%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

220.00 -1.19 (-0.54%)
Pre-Market: 5:30AM EDT

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Previous Close222.15
Open222.30
Bid219.60 x 1800
Ask220.25 x 1000
Day's Range219.34 - 222.64
52 Week Range150.24 - 233.47
Volume20,021,577
Avg. Volume30,906,087
Market Cap1.068T
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.27
PE Ratio (TTM)20.04
EPS (TTM)11.04
Earnings DateNov 1, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.31%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-10
1y Target Est236.90
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  • Apple overhauls its privacy pages, and now lets U.S. customers download their own data
    TechCrunch19 hours ago

    Apple overhauls its privacy pages, and now lets U.S. customers download their own data

    Apple has refreshed and expanded its privacy website, a month after its most recent iPhone and Mac launches. You're not going to see much change from previous years — the privacy pages still state the same commitments that Apple's long held, like that privacy is a "fundamental human right" and that your information is largely on your iPhones, iPads and Macs. One key addition this time around: Apple is expanding its data portal to allow U.S. customers to get a copy of the data that the company stores on them.

  • IBM disappoints, more Facebook accusations, Apple apologizes
    Yahoo Finance19 hours ago

    IBM disappoints, more Facebook accusations, Apple apologizes

    IBM, Facebook, Apple and Viacom are the companies to watch.

  • Reuters11 minutes ago

    'Enough excuses!' France's Le Maire grows impatient over GAFA tax

    Europe has talked long enough about whether to make internet giants like Google, Apple and Facebook pay more taxes and it is time for a decision, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Thursday. Le Maire said the blockage was purely political and that all technical questions surrounding how to impose a levy on revenues earned on online services in the European Union had been dealt with.

  • TheStreet.com15 minutes ago

    TSMC Posts Modest Q3 Profit Decline, Issues Cautiously Optimistic 2018 Guidance

    iPhones, posted a modest decline in third quarter profits Thursday, but offered a cautiously optimistic outlook for the sector over the near-term and said the U.S.-China trade war would have only a "minimal" impact on its global business. TSMC said net profit for the three months ending in September fell 0.9% to T$89.07 billion ($2.9 billion), as revenues rose 1.9% to $8.5 billion and both figures came in largely on par with analysts' forecast. The group's fourth-quarter outlook, however, was modestly softer, with fourth quarter revenues projections of between $9.35 million and $9.45 million over the key holiday season, which usually sees a big uptick in iPhone sales from TSMC's biggest and most important customer.

  • Quartz23 hours ago

    Apple made the iPhone it should’ve made last year

    Last year, I bought a piece of what Apple was calling the future. It felt half-baked. Apple announced the iPhone X in grand style last September, at its brand-new campus in a theater named after its late founder, Steve Jobs. Current CEO Tim Cook described the phone as the “future” of the smartphone for Apple.…

  • TSMC's Sales Outlook Falls Short as Smartphone Demand Stalls
    Bloomberg39 minutes ago

    TSMC's Sales Outlook Falls Short as Smartphone Demand Stalls

    TSMC, which is also struggling with a slowdown in cryptocurrency mining demand, is expecting sales of $9.35 billion to $9.45 billion this quarter, lagging the $9.55 billion average estimate. For 2019, Taiwan’s largest company also foresees a possible bump in spending -- key to retaining its technological edge -- to as much as $12 billion. While TSMC remains the exclusive maker of iPhone processors, it’s tackling a smartphone market that’s seeing little growth as customers take longer to replace devices and brands fail to create innovative designs.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    TSMC Q3 profit slips 0.9 pct amid trade war uncertainty

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd , the world's largest contract chipmaker, reported a 0.9 percent fall in third-quarter net profit, amid worries over trade tensions that could undermine global ...

  • Quartz7 days ago

    Tech stocks have their worst day since 2011. Is there more to come?

    It wasn’t long ago that Amazon and Apple share prices seemed to defy gravity, and were pulling the rest of the stock market up with them. But what goes up tends also to come down, and the biggest technology companies plunged as jittery investors cashed out today (Oct. 10), sending the tech sector to its…

  • Huawei Using Lawsuit to Seek China Dominance, Ex-Worker Says
    Bloomberg7 hours ago

    Huawei Using Lawsuit to Seek China Dominance, Ex-Worker Says

    The former employee, Yiren “Ronnie” Huang, said in a court filing the litigation was “the latest in a long line of underhanded tactics” by China’s biggest maker of smartphones and telecommunications equipment. Huawei and its FutureWei unit sued Huang and his startup -- CNEX Labs Inc. -- in December, accusing him of making off with sensitive trade secrets related to technology that uses integrated circuits as memory to store data. Huang was hired as an engineer by FutureWei in Santa Clara, California, in January 2011 and left two years later to form CNEX, where he’s chief technology officer.

  • CNBC11 hours ago

    Cramer: Alphabet and Amazon, my largest trust holding, can still be bought after Netflix beat

    CNBC's Jim Cramer checks in on FAANG after Netflix's earnings beat to see how shares of the technology giants are holding up. Alphabet and Amazon's stocks look "ripe to buy" after the recent sell-off, the "Mad Money" host says. CNBC's Jim Cramer has spotted some attractive buying opportunities in FAANG — his acronym for the stocks of Facebook FB , Amazon AMZN , Apple AAPL , Netflix NFLX and Google, now Alphabet GOOGL — after the market's latest sell-off.

  • For Apple Supplier, Six-Day Stock Freeze Comes at the Wrong Time
    Bloomberg12 hours ago

    For Apple Supplier, Six-Day Stock Freeze Comes at the Wrong Time

    Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. will halt its shares for six days to complete a reverse stock split from Thursday, the day before pre-orders open for the iPhone Xr. Taiwan’s second-biggest listed company fell 2.7 percent in the week after Apple started taking orders for two other models last month. “It’s just too untimely,” Taipei-based President Securities Co. analyst Terry Wu said.