195.78 +1.89 (0.97%)
Pre-market: 9:04AM EDT
|Bid||195.55 x 800|
|Ask||195.90 x 1400|
|Day's range||192.17 - 194.96|
|52-week range||142.00 - 233.47|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.03|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.31|
|Earnings date||29 Jul 2019 - 2 Aug 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.08 (1.76%)|
|1y target est||210.89|
Former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter explains why the Department of Defense needs to up its game and recruit tech talent from Silicon Valley.
The latest report from renowned Apple leaker Ming-Chi Kuo already has an eye on 2020 and beyond. The news lines up with other reports around future iPhones, noting that the high-end versions of the handset are set to get 5G in the second half of next year. Of course, those companies (including Samsung, LG and even OnePlus) may be putting the cart before the horse, with wireless carriers providing extremely limited access to the tech through the end of 2019.
Apple's Arcade service will allow subscribers to download games that they can play on the iPhone, the iPad, and Apple TV. Google is also gearing up to launch a new gaming service called Stadia, which will allow subscribers to stream games to play instead of downloading them.
Goldman Sachs’ chief US equity strategist, David Kostin, thinks that “rising market concentration” and geopolitical tensions pose a “regulatory risk” to companies, which could harm their fundamentals.
Unless there's a negative update about another escalation in the US-China trade war, the expected rate cut decision could trigger market-wide buying, including in tech stocks, in the near term.
The Fed's two-day meeting is scheduled to start on June 19. The Fed will release a statement and announce its interest rate decision on the same day. Expert Jim Grant weighs in on the possibility of an interest rate cut.
Apple (AAPL) is holding out hope that China will target it as its trade war with the US escalates. The US last month blacklisted Huawei, leading US suppliers to give the Chinese technology star a wide berth. Google has reduced its business dealings with Huawei, while Microsoft (MSFT) has stopped selling Huawei laptops on its digital shop.
Broadcom (AVGO) has secured a fresh component supply contract from Apple, according to a regulatory filing. Broadcom is already an Apple supplier, supplying the customer with components that go into products such as the iPhone and iPad. The new contract calls for Broadcom to supply Apple with radio-frequency components and modules for use in making Apple’s smartphones, tablets, and smartwatch devices.
A new survey by Adobe’s digital research group finds a surprising drop in U.S. ownership of smart speakers from companies like Amazon, Google, and Apple. Are Americans suddenly getting privacy conscious?
A Chinese-Taiwanese consortium formed to invest in Japan Display Inc on Tuesday said a Chinese provincial government has pledged support for its proposed panel plant, indicating plans made with the Apple Inc supplier are intact. The consortium "solidified Zhejiang government support in the planned $6 billion OLED (organic light-emitting diode) plant construction and its capital syndication," a spokesperson for the group said in a statement. The consortium has previously said it intends make OLED panels in China using Japan Display technology.
Apple (AAPL) will require developers to place its Login button above rival buttons from Facebook (FB) and Google (GOOGL) in the app they create for distribution through its App Store. According to a report from Reuters, this requirement centers on Apple’s efforts to tighten data privacy for its customers.
Apple (AAPL) continues to receive challenges to its app business practices. After the US Supreme Court cleared a consumer-led antitrust lawsuit tied to Apple’s app business to proceed last month, a fresh lawsuit targeting the same business has been filed in California.
Today at 10:24 AM ET, Apple (AAPL) was trading on a positive note with nearly a 1.0% gain for the day. At the same time, the S&P 500 Index, the NASDAQ Composite Index, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were up 0.3%, 0.7%, and 0.2%, respectively.
Apple is in talks with Intel (INTC) about purchasing the chip company’s smartphone modem business, according to a report from The Information citing people familiar with the matter. Intel said in April that it would exit the smartphone modem business, and it later announced its intention to sell the business.
In the week that ended on June 14, US tech giant Apple (AAPL) continued to trade on a positive note for the second week, but its rally slowed. Last week, Apple stock inched up 1.4% after a solid 8.6% gain in the previous week.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Full-Court Finance podcast from Zacks Investment Research where Associate Stock Strategist Ben Rains dives into what we know about Google (GOOGL) and Microsoft's (MSFT) cloud gaming plans
Analysts continue to worry about both the trade war with China and this year’s iPhone product cycle, ahead of the arrival of 5G models in 2020.