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    Apple upgraded to Buy by Loop Capital over iPhone demand

    Apple (AAPL) receives an upgrade from Hold to Buy by Loop Capital, raising its price target on the iPhone maker from $170 to $300 per share over its AI prospects. Market Domination's Julie Hyman and Josh Lipton examine the analyst notes from Loop Capital and Morgan Stanley citing the company's consumer position in India and its Apple Intelligence initiatives. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    Apple AI push could drive multi-year growth: BofA Analyst

    Apple (AAPL) stock is gaining momentum as Wall Street analysts grow increasingly bullish on the tech giant, largely due to its AI prospects and growth potential. Bank of America (BAC) has raised its price target on Apple from $230 to $256 per share. Bank of America IT hardware analyst Wamsi Mohan joins Catalysts to discuss these developments. Mohan reveals that a recent BofA survey indicated "a meaningful uptick" in consumers willing to upgrade their iPhones in 2024 to access new Apple Intelligence features. Based on these findings, he believes this could spark "a multi-year cycle" of growth for Apple, particularly given the significant number of users still operating older iPhone models. "Apple's not first in the game, generally not, but when they do come, you have a highegree d of confidence that whatever product they are coming up with is going to act extremely well," Mohan tells Yahoo Finance. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Catalysts. This post was written by Angel Smith

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    ACC to use Apple's iPads on football sidelines and in coaching booths for video playback this fall

    The Atlantic Coast Conference will collaborate with Apple to bring iPad technology to the sidelines and coaching booths for the upcoming season. In an announcement Monday, the ACC said all 17 football members — a group that includes new arrivals California, SMU and Stanford — will have access to league-provided iPad Pro and iPad Air models allowing them to view video playback. In a statement, ACC commissioner Jim Phillips made an “unparalleled prioritization of technology” going back to its design of a new gameday operations center.