Canaccord Genuity's surveys are pointing to soft smartphone demand, including for tech giant Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL)'s iPhone.
I've been living with Apple's $350 HomePod speaker for 3 months, and I've officially found my new favorite use for it (AAPL)
I've been using Apple's $350 HomePod smart speaker for the last three months.; While it can do a bunch of things, my favorite use for it has been pairing it with my Apple TV and using it sort of like a soundbar.; TV shows and movies are now much more enjoyable to watch, because the HomePod sounds fantastic.
There's a very simple reason why the resurgent Microsoft is threatening to overtake the slumping Apple (MSFT, AAPL)
As you read this, Microsoft is jockeying for position with Apple for the title of world's most valuable tech company – something that hasn't happened since 2010, when the Zune was still a thing. The two are roughly neck-and-neck, with each worth about $850 billion, plus or minus a couple of billion dollars, and each overtaking the other at different points during trading this week.
Apple essentially told investors earlier this month that they shouldn't worry any longer about how many iPhones, iPads, or Macs it sells.; That worried investors a lot, and they sold off the company's stock over fears of declining iPhone sales.; Now Apple is saying investors shouldn't worry because sales of its most recent model are doing just fine.; You'd might be confused about whether unit sales are important or not; we sure are.
Apple's latest lineup of iPhones, especially the cheaper model XR, is not as popular as the market expected, according to a survey conducted by Canaccord Genuity. The financial-services firm slashed its Apple price target shares by 10% to $225 — 25% above where shares were trading.
Qualcomm, Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL)'s ongoing legal battles could be coming to an end, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf told CNBC.
For years, one of the biggest desires among iPad owners is that they wish it could run Mac software. The iPad is an excellent device for consuming media, like watching movies or reading books, but a handful of limitations keep it from being a real work computer — the main one being that it runs iOS, instead of a more robust desktop operating system like Apple's MacOS.
In an interview published in Monday's Wall Street Journal, President Trump asserted that the next phase of his trade war with China could mean heavy tariffs on Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) imported iPhones, computers, and other devices. That may be just a negotiating tactic, or it may be a genuine policy proposal -- it's impossible to know. But assuming it enters the realm of business reality, what would that mean for Apple, for the U.S. consumers who buy its products, and for its shareholders?
In the financial media, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) soak up a whole lot of bandwidth -- and that's natural, considering their sizes and leadership in their segments. And one this week had an upbeat reason for grabbing a piece of the limelight: Amazon's Cyber Monday was its biggest sales day ever. The other endured a bit of a bruising from President Trump, who has said he doesn't think he's likely to make a deal to end the rising trade war with China, and that its next phase could include 10% tariffs on Apple's devices.
Facebook and Apple are backing a new course that gives kids college credit for learning to code — and it's the fastest-growing AP course ever (AAPL, FB, AMZN)
Many engineers and software developers can trace their formative coding experiences to a class they took in high school: Advanced Placement Computer Science.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
Microsoft MSFT surpassed Apple AAPL on Nov 26 to be the most valuable publicly traded company Though it happened for a brief period of time there could be some possible indications for investors going forward This happened for the first time in eight years The market value of the