|Bid||157.340 x 400|
|Ask||157.360 x 400|
|Day's Range||156.530 - 157.750|
|52 Week Range||104.080 - 164.940|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.85|
|Earnings Date||Nov 2, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.61%)|
|1y Target Est||174.12|
Apple reportedly isn’t producing enough iPhone X units for first weekend sales
Amidst narratives of machine learning complacency, Apple is coming to terms with the fact that not talking about innovation means innovation never happened.
Apple’s (AAPL) stock is under pressure on reports that the tech giant is having some issues with its LTE Watch and demand for the iPhone 8. China’s government has reportedly cut LTE access to the Apple Watch Series 3 over government security concerns. According to the Wall Street Journal, the cellular service was available exclusively to qualified China Unicom customers when the watch went on sale September 22, but new subscriptions after September 28 were cut off without explanation. In a separate report, Reuters, citing Taiwan’s Economic Times, warns the tech giant is cutting production of its iPhone 8.
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A Japanese software company is suing Apple Inc in a U.S. court over the trademark for the term "animoji", alleging the U.S. technology company stole the name to use on a feature of its iPhone X. Tokyo-based Emonster kk sued Apple on Wednesday in federal court in San Francisco, saying it holds the U.S. trademark on the term animoji and that Apple's use of the word is a "textbook case" of deliberate infringement. An Apple spokesman declined to comment.
A Japanese software company is suing Apple Inc (AAPL.O) in a U.S. court over the trademark for the term "animoji", alleging the U.S. technology company stole the name to use on a feature of its iPhone X. Tokyo-based Emonster kk sued Apple on Wednesday in federal court in San Francisco, saying it holds the U.S. trademark on the term animoji and that Apple's use of the word is a "textbook case" of deliberate infringement. An Apple spokesman declined to comment.
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Shares in Apple, Cisco Systems and other cash-rich companies were up Friday after Senate Republicans approved a 2018 budget.
For the past few months, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock has been bouncing around between $140 and $160 a share. And for the foreseeable future, I maintain a buy-and-hold mentality.Source: Shutterstock
While iPhone production may be slowed by 3D sensing module delays, Apple (AAPL) shares were shrugging off the risk Friday. Apple was up 0.9% despite news that production estimates for the iPhone X may need to be pushed forward. Instinet analysts Jeffrey Kvaal and Gregory McNiff think there are signs bottlenecks are improving, and they maintain a $185 price target on the stock.