Apple has made a lot of gorgeous smartphones over the years.
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The tech sector suffered another sell off today with Apple AAPL sending the Dow to its third straight loss 160 The blue chip index ended more than 200 points in the red despite a positive earnings reaction for General Electric GE stock Elsewhere the yield on
Top Tech StocksTop Tech Stocks MSFT 1 21 MSFT 1 21 AAPL 3 89 AAPL 3 89 IBM 1 93 IBM 1 93 CSCO 1 18 CSCO 1 18 GOOG 1 27 GOOG 1 27 Technology stocks stumbled Friday afternoon with shares of tech companies in the S amp P 500 losing more than 1 5 in value today while the
Top Tech StocksTop Tech Stocks MSFT 1 77 MSFT 1 77 AAPL 3 95 AAPL 3 95 IBM 1 96 IBM 1 96 CSCO 1 90 CSCO 1 90 GOOG 0 89 GOOG 0 89 Technology stocks were sharply lower Friday afternoon with shares of tech companies in the S amp P 500 losing nearly 1 7 in value today while
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) may be the most profitable company in the world, but that doesn't necessarily mean that its music-streaming business contributes much to the bottom line. In a recent research note, Macquarie Research analyst Ben Schachter estimated that Apple Music has a gross margin of just 15%. Apple does not disclose a lot of financial detail regarding Apple Music, since it's a relatively small part of the overall business.
Easily the biggest cost driver in Apple s NASDAQ AAPL flagship iPhone X is the OLED display When the device launched last November IHS Markit estimated that the display panel alone cost a whopping 110 which is more than twice what a traditional LCD panel like
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) stock has had a rough run this week, falling about 6% at the time of this writing. Bearishness in the stock price was isolated to the last two days of the week as several analysts warned of weaker-than-expected iPhone sales. With iPhones accounting for 62% of trailing-12-month revenue, it's easy to see why any downward revisions for iPhone sales estimates could worry investors.
Close Update: Wall Street Loses Ground as Bond Yields Climb, Tech Sector Roiled by Apple and Chipmakers
Wall Street was beaten down for a second day on Friday with the major indices lower by more than 1% as rising rates and another steep sell-off in shares of Apple ( AAPL ) eclipsed strong quarterly results from General Electric ( GE ) and Honeywell ...
Last fall, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) popped 12 percent ahead of its annual device unveiling. The preceding Worldwide Developers Conference proved less galvanizing.