|Bid||173.6800 x 200|
|Ask||173.7000 x 200|
|Day's Range||173.0500 - 174.2600|
|52 Week Range||108.2500 - 176.2400|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.74|
|Earnings Date||Jan 29, 2018 - Feb 2, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.48%)|
|1y Target Est||186.60|
As Apple reportedly ramps up work to ship an augmented reality headset in 2020, it has acquired a startup from Montreal, Canada that could help it get there.
Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith is tracking Apple, AT&T, Time Warner and HP Inc. in intraday trading on Tuesday.
It doesn’t happen often but Apple is dealing with another major product delay. Apple’s HomePod won’t be out till 2018, missing the crucial holiday shopping season. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Melody Hahm and Brittany Jones-Cooper figure out what this means for Apple.
Apple researchers say they’ve come up with a new way of extending the capabilities of LiDAR sensors, opening the way for fewer cameras on self-driving cars. The researchers published their findings late last week on the independent online science journal arXiv, writing that their software achieved “highly encouraging results” in differentiating between cyclists and pedestrians using LiDAR alone. The research appears to be the company’s first publicly disclosed paper on its work in autonomous driving, Reuters reports .
U.S. stock-market indexes set intraday all-time highs shortly after the open on Wednesday, but struggled to push further into record territory, as big drops in shares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Inc. ...
Apple's new iPhone SE 2 will cost about $450 and will be aimed at sales in emerging markets, according to the report.
Joining a growing list of internet communications apps that have disappeared in China, Skype is no longer available on Apple's App Store there. The company said it has to comply with local law, and Skype ...
A research paper submitted to an independent online journal appears to be Apple's first publication profiling the way its vehicle sensors can better spot objects including cyclists and pedestrians.
Apple (AAPL) has always maintained that it follows the rules of the countries where it operates. China is one of its biggest markets and this explains Apple's prompt removal of apps.