Apple Inc.

-$0.34 (-0.3%)
Closing price April 16, 2021
Apple is the third-most shorted stock on U.S. exchanges and it is also the stock that loses the most money for short sellers. Go figure.
One analyst believes Apple will beat Wall Street's estimates for the March quarter and that growth could go on for a long time.
Two component makers, LG Electronics and Magna International, are reportedly near a joint venture deal that would create a company to manufacture Apple's rumored EV.
A simple query to Apple's Siri voice assistant revealed the date of the company's rumored introduction of a new iPad and possibly other products. And more about screen displays, Apple TV and politics.
A new release of Apple's iPad Pro is being threatened by a shortage of new display technology. The company also got a stern letter from a U.S. Senate subcommittee.
Apple and Epic Games, maker of Fortnite, have filed court documents in Epic's lawsuit against Apple's requirements for listing an app in the App Store.
The worldwide chip supply shortage is beginning to affect Apple's supply chain for some MacBook and iPad products.
Apple Podcasts now has more than 2 million episodes in its directory, but most see little activity. Also, Tim Cook talks about AR, and Apple may be coming up with a new design language for its app...
Analyst Katy Huberty and her team at Morgan Stanley have maintained their rating of Overweight on Apple stock, but cut their price target by nearly 5%.
Apple CEO Tim Cook talks a bit about an Apple Car. But only a bit and only in code.
Apple has reportedly begun rejecting apps from its App Store that do not adhere to the company's coming Tracking Transparency requirements. Snapchat thinks it has found a way around the requirement.
24/7 Wall St. looks at why ARK Invest sold Apple, Netflix and others during March.
The latest beta version of iOS has added two new voices to Apple's Siri voice assistant and eliminates the default Siri voice, forcing users to make their own choice. And lots more news as well.
One analyst sees Apple's sideways trading coming to a close. A very bullish upgrade is due on part to Apple’s potential in the auto market.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apple, Applied Materials, BP, Bumble, Carrier, Harley-Davidson, Hess, Illumina, Johnson Controls and Lennar.