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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.
One of Cathie Wood's Ark Invest funds sold over 77,000 shares of Apple on March 29.
Apple stock has pulled back from its highs back in January and over the past month it appears to be in a holding pattern. One analyst thinks that it has some room to run from here.
Apple reported its most recent quarterly results after the markets closed on Wednesday. Even with record numbers this didn't appear to be enough for investors initially.
The top tech media in the world, particularly those that follow Apple products closely, believe they have a good picture of the iPhone 13.
The number of products Apple sells is actually relatively small for a company with revenue of over $275 billion, but simplicity is part of Apple's success.
The iPhone 12 appears to be on the way to matching records for the top-selling smartphone in Apple's history.
Apple's record quarter is a rare miss for investors despite topping estimates.
Apple stock pushed higher on Monday after a federal judge ruled that it may continue to ban of the popular video game Fortnite from its App Store.
Can Apple sell 350 million iPhone 12s in the next 36 months? Beyond the teetering economy, as 5G proliferates and Apple releases multiple models, the wind is at its back.
This will be the first time Apple has introduced a new model into the teeth of a recession since it launched the iPhone 3G in mid-2008.
Many analysts have said that the market was running hot through August and now may be the time for it to cool off. Despite Tuesday’s pullback, one analyst sees Apple running much higher from here.
Smartphone production fell by the most in the industry's history in the second quarter. Production is expected to increase in the second half of the year, but remain sharply lower compared to 2019.
Wedbush reiterated an Outperform rating and with a price target that implies upside of 11% from the most recent closing price.
The quiet period for software developer Jamf is over now, so a slew of analyst calls are coming in for this stock.