Consumer Electronics

It seems that no companies are immune to the coronavirus-induced recession. Even the mighty Apple is cannot avoid reduced sales of the iPhone and its other products
Jon C. Ogg
With millions of people in China fundamentally unable to leave their homes or the cities they live in, shipments of smartphones are expected to crater in the first quarter.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Companies continue to announce that the spread of the Covid-19 virus will affect their earnings. No company better signifies the impact on a business level than Apple, the most valuable company in...
Douglas A. McIntyre
In the largest shock yet in terms of the effect of COVID-19 on the U.S. economy, Apple Inc. dropped its guidance for the current quarter. It said that global iPhone supply will be weak due to...
Douglas A. McIntyre
The coronavirus has taken another victim. Smartphone shipments from China are expected to drop sharply this quarter.
Douglas A. McIntyre
GoPro, Inc. (NASDAQ: GPRO) is not alone in having the status of being a “used-to-be” or “has-been” story in consumer electronics. This space has been littered with companies...
Jon C. Ogg
Apple has closed all of its stores in China, a sign of the seriousness with which American companies take the potential spread of the new coronavirus.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Apple is currently worth $1.4 trillion. Based on its new earnings report, its valuation may not be even close to a potential top.
Douglas A. McIntyre
The burgeoning services business is, most experts believe, the future of Apple. However, the iPhone, critical to the company's success for so long, may post surprising strength and drive the sharply...
Douglas A. McIntyre
Apple’s market capitalization is $1.4 trillion, and the stock is at an all-time high. Yet, a number of analysts believe that this year’s 8% increase is only the start of a drive which...
Douglas A. McIntyre
The reasons for the rise in Apple shares so far this year are little different for those of late last year.
Douglas A. McIntyre
A new analyst call has removed one of the most negative price targets that Apple stock had, based in part on strengthening iPhone demand.
Jon C. Ogg
Apple shares are up more than 5% so far this year. That means it is the best-performing Dow Jones industrial average stock, as it was for all of last year, when it nearly doubled.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Apple shares are holding near all-time highs, but this is not stopping analysts for calling for the stock to run even higher. Wedbush just came out with a report calling for Apple to add on almost...
Chris Lange
Apple shares have risen almost 50% in six months to an all-time high. Several factors could push the company's market capitalization to $2 trillion, well above any U.S. company in history.
Douglas A. McIntyre