172.23 +0.38 (0.22%)
After hours: 7:59PM EST
|Bid||160.26 x 1000|
|Ask||160.45 x 200|
|Day's range||171.42 - 174.26|
|52-week range||135.28 - 180.10|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.72|
|Earnings date||30 Apr 2018 - 4 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.52 (1.46%)|
|1y target est||192.43|
The iPhone X’s steep price opens the door to cheaper options in Asian markets, and Chinese smartphone brands Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo are grabbing market share.
Key market index funds closed mixed Tuesday as Intel and Nvidia led the upside, but Walmart tumbled on an earnings disappointment.
Apple has been hesitant to admit that it is losing relevancy in its Greater China region, but the company's market share is slipping, the iPhone X didn't help.
Facebook's stock hasn't made headway vs. the S&P 500 index for months and lagged this week, stuck below its 50-day. Apple showed similar action until 2 weeks ago.
Apple‘s stock has performed well over the last year, rising by over 25% on account of increased optimism surrounding the iPhone and solid Services growth. In this analysis, we outline an upside scenario which could see upside of around 30% to the stock.
Shares of Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) gained more than 1.3% in morning trading Tuesday as the technology behemoth celebrated the launch of Google Play, the company's latest response to Apple's (AAPL) popular mobile payment platform.
The future of AI is starting to play out as businesses begin to devote bigger budgets to artificial intelligence projects. Tech companies are poised to cash in.
"Even at the estimated almost flat annual volume share in 2018, Apple is well-positioned this year to generate a 'Revenue Super Cycle' taking iPhone generated revenues to record levels," Counterpoint Research Director Neil Shah said in a note. The $1,000 smartphone—along with iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus—helped propel Apple (AAPL) to a commanding 76% of smartphone revenue in North America and 57% in Europe, according to Counterpoint. Consumers' willingness to pay a premium for the new smartphones resulted in record revenue during Apple's fiscal first quarter ($88.3 billion, up 13% from the year-ago period) and its best-ever net income of $20.1 billion, and it widened its gap in market share with rival Samsung (005930.Korea).
Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: Snap slapped Shares of Snap (SNAP) are down $1.10, or 5.5%, at $19.33, after Citigroup's Mark May cut his rating on the shares to Sell from Neutral, and cut his price target to $14 from $18, citing a sharp rise in negative reviews for its Snapchat application following a recent redesign of the app, according to a summary of the report provided by TheFlyontheWall. As the Qualcomm turns Shares of Qualcomm (QCOM) are down $1.85, or almost 3%, at $63, in early trading, and Broadcom (AVGO) is off 2 cents at $248.87, amidst the latest jousting in their M&A battle. Qualcomm will increase its purchase price for NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) to $127.50 from $110.
Apple releases a patch that prevents a text message bug that was crashing iPhones. You should update your iPhone as soon as you can.
Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Intel, Oracle, Alibaba, Samsung and Baidu are increasingly carrying out critical work in Israel, which is becoming the world’s global beta site and test hub for new ideas in everything from life sciences to autonomous vehicles.
Samsung Electronics Co will slash output of its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels in response to its customer Apple Inc's decision to cut production of iPhone X amid weak demand, the Nikkei reported on Tuesday. Samsung Display, the panel-making unit of Samsung Electronics, now plans to make OLED panels for 20 million or fewer iPhones at the South Chungcheong plant in the January-March quarter, significantly lower than its initial goal of supplying panels for 45 million to 50 million iPhones, the Nikkei reported.
Samsung Electronics Co will slash output of its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels in response to its customer Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) decision to cut production of iPhone X amid weak demand, the Nikkei reported on Tuesday. Samsung Display, the panel-making unit of Samsung Electronics, now plans to make OLED panels for 20 million or fewer iPhones at the South Chungcheong plant in the January-March quarter, significantly lower than its initial goal of supplying panels for 45 million to 50 million iPhones, the Nikkei reported.
Device-as-a-service (or DaaS) is an evolution of PCaaS, offering any kind of enterprise device like a phone or tablet as a service. Last week, HP Inc. announced a multi-front expansion of its DaaS offerings—here’s brief rundown of the news.
Could Apple’s reduction in iPhone X orders result in more mid-range smartphones available with OLED screens, taking away one of the key advantages of the iOS powered handset?