AAPL - Apple Inc.

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+9.18 (+2.85%)
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Previous Close322.32
Open323.35
Bid330.91 x 1300
Ask330.90 x 1200
Day's Range323.26 - 331.75
52 Week Range190.30 - 331.75
Volume34,312,550
Avg. Volume46,019,776
Market Cap1.437T
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.17
PE Ratio (TTM)26.04
EPS (TTM)12.73
Earnings DateJul 28, 2020 - Aug 03, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield3.28 (1.02%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 08, 2020
1y Target Est316.95
  • Apple Preparing Monthly iPad, Mac Payment Plans for Apple Card
    Bloomberg

    Apple Preparing Monthly iPad, Mac Payment Plans for Apple Card

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. is preparing to allow customers to buy many of its products, including iPads, Macs and AirPods, over monthly installments via its Apple Card credit card.The Cupertino, California-based technology giant is planning to roll out the service in the coming weeks, according to people familiar with the plan. The offering will let customers buy a product through Apple and split up the cost over several months with interest-free payments.The company will offer a 12-month interest-free payment plan for iPads, Macs, the Apple Pencil and iPad keyboards, as well as the Mac XDR Display monitor, and six months with no interest for the AirPods, Apple TV, and HomePod, the people said.An Apple spokeswoman declined to comment.The payments will be managed through the Apple Card section in the Wallet app on the iPhone and charges will be added to a customer’s monthly Apple Card bill. Apple started a similar program for the iPhone last year, offering 24 months no interest.The program is similar to those by carriers selling phones and other products, offering consumers another avenue to purchase these items with monthly payments.The service is also designed to spur enrollment for the Apple Card, a joint effort with Goldman Sachs Group Inc., and boost sales of Apple products by letting users split up the cost over time. It will be compatible with Apple’s education discounts, the people said.Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said on the company’s second-quarter earnings call in April that the company would launch an installment payment service for products beyond the iPhone, but he didn’t specify timing or features.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Some tech workers are slowly trickling back to the office now
    MarketWatch

    Some tech workers are slowly trickling back to the office now

    Slowly, Americans are migrating back to a very different world — offices designed to accommodate social distancing, staggered schedules, temperature checks, daily deep cleanings, contact tracing and potential testing.

  • Apple TV+ Could Still Reach 100 Million Subscribers
    Motley Fool

    Apple TV+ Could Still Reach 100 Million Subscribers

    Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) foray into subscription video has been relatively quiet since it launched Apple TV+ in November. Despite offering a free year of service to anyone that buys a new Apple device and pricing the service at just $4.99 per month for everyone else, the tech titan hasn't grabbed the attention of most consumers. Various media reports put Apple TV+ viewers somewhere between 10 million and 33 million.

  • How protests spurred Corporate America into action on race, inequality
    Yahoo Finance

    How protests spurred Corporate America into action on race, inequality

    Outrage over George Floyd’s killing at the hands of Minneapolis police officers have pushed America to the brink, but have also spurred numerous big companies and brands into a new form of activism.

  • Apple stock fully recovers from coronavirus decline, returns to record highs
    MarketWatch

    Apple stock fully recovers from coronavirus decline, returns to record highs

    Apple Inc. shares closed at a record high Friday in a sign of optimism for the smartphone industry’s ability to withstand the COVID-19 crisis.

  • TheStreet.com

    Apple to Launch Discounted Services Bundle, iOS Code Reveals

    Apple is planning to launch a services bundle soon, according to a beta version of an upcoming iOS release. The beta version of Apple's iOS 13.5.5, which was released this week, contains references to a subscription bundle that didn't exist in prior versions, suggesting that a services bundle could launch alongside that version of iOS. Apple shares closed 2.85% on Friday at $331.50, a new record-high closing price.

  • Watch out: This is the age where you should definitely stop trading stocks
    MarketWatch

    Watch out: This is the age where you should definitely stop trading stocks

    For more investors, low cost index funds, especially exchange-traded index funds, are the way to go. How annuities could protect your retirement income Annuities can help plan for retirement during a volatile market. Maybe you saw the study which found that 10% of retail investors beat the market indexes over time.

  • This indicator shows investors are worried about a November ‘Blue Wave,’ and Democratic corporate tax hikes
    MarketWatch

    This indicator shows investors are worried about a November ‘Blue Wave,’ and Democratic corporate tax hikes

    While the S&P 500 has rallied 39% from its March 23 low, the market for long-dated dividend futures has risen just 7%, according to a Thursday note from Goldman Sachs, reflecting concerns over earnings growth and rising chances that a Democratic sweep in November will lead to a reversal of the 2017 corporate tax cuts.

  • ESPAÑOL • Cannabis en Argentina, Blockchain Uruguayo, Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos, Isiah Thomas, y Canopy Growth
    Benzinga

    ESPAÑOL • Cannabis en Argentina, Blockchain Uruguayo, Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos, Isiah Thomas, y Canopy Growth

    Las ultimas noticias sobre cannabis, cañamo, CBD, psicodelicos, y otras tematicas verdes, ahora en Benzinga en Español, via El Planteo.* Empresa Uruguaya Lanza Blockchain Para Cannabis Medicinal Por Javier Hasse.Uruguay Can, una compañia de cannabis que opera en Uruguay, lanzo esta semana una nueva plataforma basada en aeternity, un blockchain descentralizado y escalable.La nueva plataforma permite una trazabilidad completa en el cultivo de cannabis medicinal, en lo que la compañia llama de "germinacion a empaque".Esta solucion tecnologica busca elevar los estandares de seguridad, generando garantias con respecto a la calidad del producto final, tanto para el mercado local como para las exportaciones.* Continuar leyendo...* Cannabis en Argentina: Legalizar la Marihuana Podria Salvar la Economia Por Juan Ruocco.En la pelicula Matrix, Morfeo le da una pastilla roja a Neo, el protagonista, que le permite ver la realidad y sacarlo de la simulacion en la que esta sumergido, pero que el cree que es el mundo real. Un farmaco platonico, el equivalente cyberpunk a la alegoria de la caverna.En los dos casos, el sujeto expuesto a la solucion platonica pasa de creer X a creer Y respecto del mismo asunto. Para Platon este era el modo de abandonar el mundo de las apariencias y conocer la verdad absoluta que daba forma al universo. En cambio, nosotros seres posmodernos podemos darnos el lujo de quitarle el peso metafisico a esa expresion y nos alcanza con decir que ambos procedimientos (la pastilla roja y la caverna platonica) cumplen el mismo rol funcional. Es, simplemente, cambiar lo que se piensa acerca de algo.El filosofo neo reaccionario Curtis Yarvin acuño el termino redpill para describir este dispositivo ideologico o experimento mental. De una manera analoga, podemos usar el termino green pill para destinar el mismo proceso hacia la idea que nos compete y a la vez hacer un guiño simpatico al autor. Que tal si por un momento suspendemos nuestra posicion ideologica (ubicacion en el political compass previa eleccion de un diseño que represente todo el espectro que creamos adecuado) respecto de las sustancias psicoactivas y las vemos desde una nueva perspectiva, como un negocio.Mas alla de que Argentina se debe un debate enorme sobre la libertad de los adultos a modular o ecualizar sus estados mentales con sustancias (legales o ilegales) hoy quiero enfocar la discusion en algo mas acotado: el cultivo domestico de marihuana y su posterior venta.* Continuar leyendo...* ¿Que Opina Warren Buffett Sobre Tesla y Elon Musk? El CEO de Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) (NYSE: BRK-B), Warren Buffett, es uno de los inversores mas exitosos, famosos y respetados de todos los tiempos. Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA), por su parte, representa una de las opciones de inversion mas controversiales de Wall Street en estos dias.Por lo tanto, cuando Buffett se reunio recientemente con Yahoo Finance para una entrevista, el editor en jefe Andy Serwer no pudo resistir conectarlos.¿Que opina el genio inversor Warren Buffett sobre Tesla y su fundador Elon Musk?Berkshire nunca ha invertido en Tesla, pero la compañia tenia USD 1.570 millones en acciones de General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) a fines de 2019.Cuando Serwer pregunto la opinion de Buffett sobre Musk, Buffett eligio sus palabras con cuidado."Bueno, creo que estas tratando de provocarme un poco", dijo Buffett. "Ha hecho algunas cosas notables".* Continuar leyendo...* Elon Musk vs. Amazon: '¡Los Monopolios Estan Mal!'Elon Musk, CEO de Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) y SpaceX, una vez mas esta tweeteando sobre Jeff Bezos. Ahora argumenta que es hora de desmantelar Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN).* Continuar leyendo...* Analista: Canopy Growth Cultiva Mas Marihuana de la que Puede Vender Si bien Canopy Growth Corp (NYSE: CGC) ha anunciado cambios estrategicos que podrian ayudar a reducir su carga de costos, la compañia esta "estructurada para un crecimiento" que podria no materializarse en el mediano plazo, segun MKM Partners.En analista Bill Kirk mantuvo una calificacion Neutral para Canopy Growth, pero redujo su precio objetivo de CAD 21 (USD 15.56) a CAD 19 (USD 14.08).* Continuar leyendo...* One World Pharma Nombra CEO al Ex Basquetbolista Isiah Thomas La compañia farmaceutica One World Pharma Inc. (OTC: OWPC) anuncio el jueves que nombro a Isiah Thomas como su CEO y vicepresidente de la junta directiva.El 12 veces jugador All-Star de la NBA , que aparecio en la Conferencia Benzinga Cannabis Capital del lunes, esta reemplazando a Craig Ellins, CEO y fundador de la compañia.Se espera que Ellins se retire.* Continuar leyendo...* Apple Recompensa a Hacker por Hallar Error Grave al 'Iniciar Sesion con Apple'La empresa Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) le otorgo USD 100.000 a un pirata informatico de India que encontro una vulnerabilidad grave en el servicio de "Iniciar Sesion con Apple".Que paso"Iniciar Sesion con Apple" se introdujo en junio del año pasado como parte de iOS13. El gigante tecnologico basado en Cupertino lo promociono como una caracteristica de "proteccion de la privacidad", que permite un inicio de sesion "rapido, facil y privado" en aplicaciones y sitios web. El servicio debia ser una alternativa para suscribirse a los servicios en linea en lugar de utilizar una cuenta social o completar formularios.En abril, un investigador de seguridad con sede en Delhi encontro una falla critica en el servicio que permitiria tomar control de una cuenta con solo una identificacion de correo electronico. Apple le pago al hacker una recompensa de USD 100.000 por descubrir esta vulnerabilidad, como parte de su programa de recompensas por errores, informo Forbes.* Continuar leyendo...Photo and images via El Planteo.Ilustracion principal por Ilona Szentivanyi. Todos los derechos reservados a El Planteo y Benzinga.See more from Benzinga * ESPAÑOL • Warren Buffet y Elon Musk, Saqueos en Dispensarios, Aurora Cannabis y Aphria, Clever Leaves, Carey Hart y Más * The Week In Cannabis: A Mixed Bag Leads Marijuana Stocks To Underperform * The Week In Cannabis: A Great Week For Stocks Driven By Confusion, Aurora's Rally, New Advisors To Benzinga(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

  • Reuters

    GRAPHIC-Tech drives Nasdaq to all-time high as signs of recovery emerge from coronavirus pandemic

    The heavyweight technology and growth stocks that drove Wall Street higher in recent years are again fueling a surge that has taken the Nasdaq from a brutal selloff to an intraday record high in just 11 weeks, as investors look beyond the economic upheaval caused by the coronavirus. The Nasdaq's 43% rise since late March puts the tech-heavy index far ahead of the broader S&P 500, highlighting investors' willingness to bet that tech and communication companies will emerge stronger from the pandemic. The Nasdaq index on Friday closed 2.06% higher on the day after earlier surpassing the previous intraday record high hit Feb. 19, just before fears of the coronavirus ended Wall Street's 11-year bull market.

  • Broadcom Stock Shakes Off Apple iPhone Delay To Complete Round Trip
    Investor's Business Daily

    Broadcom Stock Shakes Off Apple iPhone Delay To Complete Round Trip

    Semiconductor and enterprise software maker Broadcom saw its shares spike on Friday after delivering a reassuring earnings report, though its sales guidance for the current quarter was soft.

  • TheStreet.com

    Apple Could Reach $2 Trillion Valuation by 2022: Analyst

    Pent-up demand for Apple products, combined with a strong services business, may drive Apple shares higher next year.

  • Bloomberg

    ‘Dear White People,’ ‘This Is America’ See Surge in Interest

    (Bloomberg) -- The nationwide protests against police brutality and the killing of black people have sent Americans in search of movies, books and podcasts that deal with race.Demand for Netflix Inc.’s series “Dear White People” has surged 329%, research firm Parrot Analytics found. Interest in “When They See Us,” a 2019 series about the Central Park Five, has grown 147%, according to the firm, which gauges the popularity of shows based on social media, fan ratings and other measures.Childish Gambino’s “This Is America,” a 2018 song about race and violence in the U.S., reentered the top 50 on Spotify Technology SA’s service, which has promoted a hub for black history all week.Several books that discuss race relations in the U.S. have sold enough copies this week to be out of stock on Amazon.com Inc.’s site, including “How to Be an Antiracist,” Ralph Ellison’s “Invisible Man” and Isabel Wilkerson’s “The Warmth of Other Suns.” “Invisible Man,” a novel that explores what it meant to be black in the middle of the 20th century, was published in 1952.The killing of George Floyd while in police custody -- and the subsequent protests against racial injustice -- have brought introspection. In between debates about police reform, news outlets, activists and media companies have shared lists of edifying books and movies.The swell of interest has also extended to podcasts. Three series about race -- the New York Times’ “1619,” National Public Radio’s “Code Switch” and Crooked Media’s “Pod Save the People” -- rank among the five most popular shows on Apple Inc.’s podcast app.(A previous version of the story corrected the title in the second deck headline. Updates with more on protest coverage.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Barrons.com

    Apple Stock Surges to Record as Valuation Approaches $1.5 Trillion

    Analysts are increasingly optimistic over the fall launch of 5G iPhones, while evidence grows that the App Store is achieving better sales than expected this quarter.

  • 3 big reasons retail brands die in America
    Yahoo Finance

    3 big reasons retail brands die in America

    Yahoo Finance looks at why once proud retail chains such as J.C. Penney have gone bankrupt.

  • MarketWatch

    Apple stock heads for new record close

    Apple Inc. shares are up 2.6% in Friday afternoon trading and on track to record a new all-time closing high if the gains hold through the end of the session. The stock needs to close above $327.20 to reach that milestone. The stock is on pace for its first record close since Feb. 12. "With roughly 350 million of...iPhones in the pent up 'window of an upgrade opportunity' we believe [Apple] has a unique opportunity to capture this delayed super cycle opportunity with a major 5G cycle on the horizon which will include a host of new smartphone versions/models for iPhone 12," Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives wrote in a note to clients late Thursday. He said Apple's stock represents his "best 5G play into the next year." Apple shares have added 11% over the past month as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained 14%.

  • Reuters

    Nasdaq hits record high as U.S. economy shows signs of rebound

    The Nasdaq Composite on Friday became the first of the three major U.S. stock indexes to bounce back to a record high, recovering from a stunning coronavirus-led slump on growing hopes of a swift economic rebound. Data on Friday showed a surprise rise in U.S. jobs in May, offering the clearest signal yet the downturn triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic was probably over, although the road to recovery could still be long. The smaller Nasdaq 100 index hit a record high on Thursday, partly powered by tech-related names including Amazon.com Inc, Netflix Inc, Alphabet Inc and Apple Inc.

  • Zoom in 'early stages' of security deal with Google: CFO
    Yahoo Finance

    Zoom in 'early stages' of security deal with Google: CFO

    Zoom continues to focus greatly on improving the security of its platform amid a surge in new users.

  • Dow Jones Rockets 800 Points on Blockbuster Jobs Report. Boeing Stock Soars, Apple Price Target Raised
    Motley Fool

    Dow Jones Rockets 800 Points on Blockbuster Jobs Report. Boeing Stock Soars, Apple Price Target Raised

    On Friday, the U.S. Labor Department reported an increase in nonfarm payrolls of 2.5 million for the month of May, nowhere close to the decline of 8 million jobs that economists were expecting. The unemployment rate was also far better than expected, coming in at 13.3% in May. That's down from 14.7% in April, and well below forecasts calling for an unemployment rate of nearly 20%. The surprise gain in jobs sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI) flying on Friday.

  • Broadcom Hints at iPhone Delay
    Motley Fool

    Broadcom Hints at iPhone Delay

    Broadcom indicated that the normal revenue uptick from orders from Apple for its next-generation iPhone is being pushed out into the fourth quarter.

  • What is a VPN and should I use one?: Tech Support
    Yahoo Finance

    What is a VPN and should I use one?: Tech Support

    If you're looking for better online security and increased privacy, a VPN will have you covered.

  • The Smartphone Market Is Expected to Tank 12% This Year Thanks to COVID-19
    Motley Fool

    The Smartphone Market Is Expected to Tank 12% This Year Thanks to COVID-19

    The smartphone market is among many industries getting crushed by the coronavirus outbreak, registering its biggest decline ever in the first quarter after the pandemic simultaneously gutted supply chains and destroyed demand, with consumers fearing a potential recession on the horizon. As the world continues to grapple with the disease, smartphone shipments are expected to remain under pressure for the rest of the year, according to recent estimates from market researcher IDC. Smartphone volumes in the first half of 2020 are expected to fall by 18% as the coronavirus crisis continues to hurt discretionary spending.

  • Spotify, Apple, Amazon Raise The Stakes In Podcast Market
    Investor's Business Daily

    Spotify, Apple, Amazon Raise The Stakes In Podcast Market

    Spotify, Apple and Amazon are turning their focus to podcasts, where more than $1 billion will be spent on ads in 2021, estimates say. The U.S. podcast ad market is seen growing 27% this year.