|Bid||173.39 x 200|
|Ask||173.40 x 400|
|Day's Range||172.78 - 175.39|
|52 Week Range||141.16 - 183.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.82|
|Earnings Date||May 1, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.44%)|
|1y Target Est||193.02|
Meet Daisy. Apple’s latest recycling robot was revealed, not coincidentally, a
Apr.19 -- Abhey Lamba, analyst at Mizuho Securities, explains his downgrade of Apple Inc. stock. He speaks with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Markets." Lamba his family, and firm, do not own shares of Apple.
TSMC, the world's largest contract chipmaker and a major Apple supplier, revised its full-year revenue target to the low end of its earlier forecast. "Apple represents nearly 20 percent of TSMC's revenue so the outlook potentially points to weaker-than-anticipated iPhone demand," Atlantic Equities analyst James Cordwell told Reuters. Others, some asking not to be quoted, said baldly that the warning was "exactly" about Apple.
Shares of Apple Inc. suppliers are down in Thursday trading, as is the chip sector more broadly, after Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. trimmed its June-quarter guidance. Mizuho analyst Vijay ...
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A warning from Taiwan Semiconductor (TSMC), the world's largest contract chipmaker and Apple supplier, on soft demand for smartphones and on the semiconductor industry's growth this year sparked a tumble in chip stocks. Apple's shares also fell 2.4 percent, with analysts telling Reuters that TSMC's warning was related to the iPhone maker.
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, as technology stocks from Apple to chipmakers declined following a weak forecast on smartphone demand, while a sharp drop in Philip Morris's shares after results weighed on the consumer staples sector. A warning from Taiwan Semiconductor (TSMC), the world's largest contract chipmaker and Apple supplier, on soft demand for smartphones and on the semiconductor industry's growth this year sparked a tumble in chip stocks.
Ahead of Earth Day, Apple® today announced that for every device received at Apple stores and Apple.com through the Apple GiveBack program from now through April 30, the company will make a donation to the non-profit Conservation International. Both Apple GiveBack and Daisy support Apple’s commitment to create a healthier planet through innovation — and help the company move a step closer to its goal of making its products using only recycled or renewable materials. “At Apple, we’re constantly working toward smart solutions to address climate change and conserve our planet’s precious resources,” said Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives.
Apple has created a new robot – not for building products, but for ripping iPhones apart. The robot, named Daisy, can take nine different iPhones models apart and extract the important parts of them, in ways traditional recyclers cannot. The new announcement is part of Apple's broad plans for Earth Day, the event held on 22 April each year to mark green efforts.
Apple (AAPL) wants to boost its revenue from other segments like its Services segment, to reduce its dependence on iPhone sales, which made up over 69% of the company’s revenue in fiscal 1Q18 (quarter ended December 2017). A good chunk of the company’s revenue from the Services segment, which generated revenue of $30 billion in fiscal 2017, comes from Apple’s App Store, which is seeing robust growth. Gaming was by far the biggest driver of App Store revenue.
In advance of Earth Day, Apple on Thursday announced several new recycling initiatives and debuted Daisy, a recycling robot adept at disassembling iPhones.
The world's largest contract chipmaker posted its first-quarter results before the opening bell Thursday, disappointing investors with lower-than-expected revenue guidance. "Moving into second quarter 2018, continued weak demand from our mobile sector will negatively impact our business despite strength in cryptocurrency mining," said TSMC Chief Financial Officer Lora Ho in a statement.
Shares in Apple Inc and its suppliers fell on Thursday after a raft of analysts read a prediction of softer smartphone sales from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd as driven chiefly by concern ...
An Asian manufacturer that makes chips for bitcoin mining blamed uncertainty over cryptocurrency mining among the reasons for its weaker than expected guidance for the rest of this year. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC) is the largest semiconductor foundry company in the world and also makes chips for leading technology firms such as Apple and Nvidia. "Even if the Bitcoin price stays the same in 2H18, we believe mining profits would drop rapidly," says Morgan Stanley analyst Charlie Chan.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing said poor demand in the smartphone market is hurting its sales.
U.S. stocks dropped on Thursday, weighed down by a broad-based decline in technology stocks from Apple to chipmakers as well as a tumble in consumer staples such as Philip Morris and P&G. A warning from Taiwan Semiconductor (TSMC), the world's largest contract chipmaker and an Apple supplier, on soft demand for smartphones and on the semiconductor industry's growth this year sparked a tumble in chip stocks.