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.
Many see Apple stock going nowhere but up. See why Wamsi Mohan at BofA Securities has downgraded the stock but increased the price target.
Apple reported third fiscal quarter earnings per share of $2.58 and $59.7 billion in revenue, compared with consensus estimates that called for $2.04 in EPS and $52.25 billion in revenue. The...
Nearly 20% of all smartphones manufactured this year will be 5G-capable, according to research firm TrendForce. That percentage is expected to more than double in 2021.
The iPhone 12 launch is just around the corner, and more investors are throwing their money at Apple anticipating a win. However, one analyst is taking a very cautious approach to the upcoming launch.
A lot of Apple stock’s recent momentum has been due to the excitement around the upcoming iPhone 12 and 5G. Is there a wave of new purchases of smartphones, personal computers and tablets coming...
On top analysts sees Corning as a winner, based on the coming demand for iPhones, televisions and other screens. Could this be a boost for Apple and Best Buy as well?
Apple has largely weathered the coronavirus pandemic on the back of its Services business, but Wedbush Securities sees it rising even higher on its bread and butter business — iPhone sales.
Research firm IDC projects that smartphone shipments this year will be down by more than 11% compared to 2019.