AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
191.33
+0.30 (+0.16%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

191.65 +0.32 (0.17%)
Pre-Market: 8:33AM EDT

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Previous Close191.03
Open191.08
Bid191.52 x 1000
Ask191.54 x 1200
Day's Range190.91 - 191.84
52 Week Range147.30 - 194.20
Volume12,519,792
Avg. Volume26,499,009
Market Cap940.414B
Beta1.14
PE Ratio (TTM)18.51
EPS (TTM)10.34
Earnings DateJul 31, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.57%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-11
1y Target Est201.21
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • CNBC30 minutes ago

    Tech consumers should not be forced to sacrifice privacy for security

    The Consumer Technology Association supports the proposed ENCRYPT Act, which would forbid laws that require manufacturers to weaken encryption or leave "back doors" for law enforcement. President and CEO Gary Shapiro argues that weakening encryption weakens privacy for law-abiding consumers. Shapiro says that law enforcement already has many means at its disposal to get useful info from tech devices, and doesn't require new laws.

  • TheStreet.com56 minutes ago

    Trump-Putin Showdown Is a Sideshow. It's All About Netflix Earnings

    Keep in mind that this is the same thing that happened when Netflix reported first-quarter earnings -- the company went on to blow away Wall Street estimates and the stock went through the roof. TheStreet's tech columnist Eric Jhonsa has five things investors must know ahead of Netflix earnings. Jhonsa will be live-blogging analysis of the numbers after the close Monday, so stay tuned to TheStreet.

  • Investopedia2 hours ago

    Apple India Sales Execs Depart as Market Poses a Challenge

    Apple Inc.’s ( AAPL) struggles to conquer the world’s fastest-growing major smartphone market, India, has prompted an exodus of several of its top sales executives in the country, according to Bloomberg. The report, citing anonymous sources, added that Apple’s India sales team is currently undergoing a restructuring phase. Despite CEO Tim Cook’s bullish progress reports on Apple’s Indian operations, it appears that the iPhone maker has made little ground in its bid to significantly grow market share in the country, which is still at 2%.

  • Investopedia3 hours ago

    How Apple’s New iPhone Threatens Verizon, AT&T

    The telecom industry is about to get shaken up, as Apple Inc.’s ( AAPL) newest iPhone containing revolutionary new SIM-card technology that allows customers to switch between carriers at will is expected to debut this fall. Telecom giants like AT&T Inc. ( T), Verizon Communications Inc. ( VZ), Sprint Corporation ( S) and T-Mobile US Inc. ( TMUS), which have traditionally been able to maintain a lucrative stronghold over their customer base, will find themselves having to defend the relatively stable relationships they have built with their customers against Apple’s new “eSIM” technology.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Miners Test Greener Ways to Dig

    Miners are considering new ways to make the dirt they dig up green. PLC—believe could turn aluminum smelters carbon-free for the first time. Another initiative under way in Sweden could see hydrogen replace coking coal in manufacturing steel.

  • Things are going from bad to worse for Apple in India
    Quartz4 hours ago

    Things are going from bad to worse for Apple in India

    The world’s second-largest smartphone market isn’t exactly turning out to be the next China for Apple. Despite its increased focus on India, Apple is all set to see a slower year-on-year growth in iPhone sales in the country in 2018. “iPhone India sales were weak in the first half of 2018, and even if they…

  • Intel Could Win All of Apple's Modem Orders This Year
    Motley Fool15 hours ago

    Intel Could Win All of Apple's Modem Orders This Year

    This sounds like good news for Chipzilla.

  • 3 of the Worst Growth Stocks of 2018 (So Far)
    Motley Fool15 hours ago

    3 of the Worst Growth Stocks of 2018 (So Far)

    One investor’s pain could be another’s gain.

  • Tech Stocks This Week: Apple's Updated Laptops, How Amazon Spooked Cisco Investors, and More
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Tech Stocks This Week: Apple's Updated Laptops, How Amazon Spooked Cisco Investors, and More

    Apple's updated MacBook Pros, analysts' underwhelming outlook for Netflix stock, and Amazon's possible foray into networking hardware were some of the top stories in tech this week.

  • How iPhone buying patterns have changed over time, in one chart
    MarketWatch2 days ago

    How iPhone buying patterns have changed over time, in one chart

    Apple Inc.’s most recent iPhone lineup may not have launched with the momentum that investors initially hoped for, but analysts say it has had staying power.

  • Apple Might Discontinue the iPhone SE
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Apple Might Discontinue the iPhone SE

    It may be lights out for this niche iPhone.

  • Fortune2 days ago

    Apple’s New MacBook Pro Debuts With More Questions Than Answers

    And all the other Apple news and rumors this week.

  • Apple Loses Key Sales Executives as India Strategy Stumbles
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Apple Loses Key Sales Executives as India Strategy Stumbles

    Apple Inc. has lost a trio of pivotal executives in India in recent weeks as it struggles to boost iPhone sales in the world’s fastest-growing major smartphone market, people familiar with the matter say. Apple’s Indian sales team is now undergoing a restructuring, one of the people said. The executive exodus is a symptom of Apple’s persistent malaise in India, where high tariffs inflate the price tags of imported gadgets such as the iPhone and consumers gravitate toward cheaper alternatives from the likes of Xiaomi Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Instead, the company resorts to marketing iPhones that are a few generations old and doesn’t manufacture its latest models domestically, thereby incurring import levies.

  • Apple is a luxury goods maker
    Quartz2 days ago

    Apple is a luxury goods maker

    Being an Apple fan is an expensive hobby. Earlier this week, Apple refreshed its MacBook Pro lineup, and as The Verge pointed out, the most expensive model now costs just shy of $6,700. It’s the most expensive MacBook Pro the company has ever released, if likely not the most popular. Apple is no stranger to…

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] Why does Apple have to spoil everything?

    will soon overtake Spotify in paid US music subscriptions struck a plaintive chord for those of us who are paid to care. Betting the favourite is never fun — and rooting for Apple is like rooting for gravity. Mr Ek has said he believes music streaming is not a winner-take-all model.

  • Apple Signs on LG Display as Second OLED Supplier
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Apple Signs on LG Display as Second OLED Supplier

    The Mac maker's supply chain is about to get a little bit stronger.

  • 3 Warren Buffett Stocks Worth Buying Now
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    3 Warren Buffett Stocks Worth Buying Now

    These three stocks are backed by Buffett and Berkshire and could help power your portfolio to market-beating returns.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] All Ears: Always-On Listening Devices Could Soon Be Everywhere

    If every tree falling in every forest might soon be heard by an internet-connected microphone, what hope is there for our privacy? Add in the latest smart wireless headphones—Apple’s expected next-generation AirPods or competing ones from Bose or Shure—along with talking microwave ovens and TVs from Samsung, LG and others, and anyone at home or in an open-plan office could soon be within earshot of hundreds of microphones. For a hundred years, microphones consisted of a relatively large membrane whose vibrations were converted to electrical impulses.

  • Facebook Hires a Head of Chip Development From Google
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Facebook Hires a Head of Chip Development From Google

    Facebook Inc. has sent another signal that it’s serious about building its own semiconductors, joining Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google, and Amazon.com Inc. in trying to make its own custom chips. The social-networking giant this month hired Shahriar Rabii to be a vice president and its head of silicon. Rabii previously worked at Google, where he helped lead the team in charge of building chips for the company’s devices, including the Pixel smartphone’s custom Visual Core chip, according to his LinkedIn profile.

  • InvestorPlace3 days ago

    Valuation on BlackBerry Stock Is a Tough Pill to Swallow

    It is official.

  • Investopedia3 days ago

    Capitalizing on the Nasdaq 100's New Highs

    The Nasdaq 100 just hit another all-time high, as did the amount of people quoting the percentage of the index's gains that are from its top five components. There are 51 stocks down since the Nasdaq 100's initial peak on Jan. 26, meaning that there is opportunity on both sides of the tape if you're so inclined. What it also tells us is that it doesn't pay to get ideological about how large components like Apple Inc. ( AAPL), Amazon.com, Inc. ( AMZN) and Google parent Alphabet Inc. ( GOOG) have become.

  • The PC Market Just Posted Its Best Quarter in 6 Years
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    The PC Market Just Posted Its Best Quarter in 6 Years

    It's not dead, but it's not growing much, either.

  • InvestorPlace3 days ago

    The Johnson & Johnson Talc Lawsuit Isn’t Over Yet

    Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) is on the hook for $4.7 billion after a Missouri court determined its talcum powder caused ovarian cancer in 22 women. Bolstering those odds of a successful appeal from Johnson and Johnson is a lot of inconclusive science about the connection between talc and ovarian cancer. The question at hand, of course, is whether or not talc causes cancer.

  • Unboxing Apple's new MacBook Pro
    CNET3 days ago

    Unboxing Apple's new MacBook Pro

    Here's what's inside when you open up the latest MacBook.

  • Apple upgrades MacBook Pro 2018 laptops: A rundown of what's new
    Tech Republic3 days ago

    Apple upgrades MacBook Pro 2018 laptops: A rundown of what's new

    Here's a quick rundown of Apple's upgrades to its 15" and 13" MacBook Pro 2018 laptops. Also, find out the one big MacBook Pro grievance that is still not resolved.