Apple Inc (AAPL)

143.65
NASDAQ : Consumer Goods
Prev Close 143.79
Day Low/High 143.27 / 144.30
52 Wk Low/High 89.47 / 145.46
Avg Volume 25.30M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 5.25B
Market Cap 754.40B
EPS 8.30
P/E Ratio 17.14
Div & Yield 2.28 (1.60%)

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Is This What Apple's iPhone 8 Looks Like?

Is This What Apple's iPhone 8 Looks Like?

Some new photos emerge.

When Apple Reports Earnings on Tuesday, Services Could Be One Surprising Bright Spot

When Apple Reports Earnings on Tuesday, Services Could Be One Surprising Bright Spot

Services and, notably, Apple Music, are poised to be Apple's fastest-growing revenue generators, according to one analyst.

Apple and Qualcomm's Dispute Is Escalating, and More Salvos Could Be Fired

Apple and Qualcomm's Dispute Is Escalating, and More Salvos Could Be Fired

Apple has instructed its contract manufacturers to stop paying royalties to Qualcomm altogether. Injunction requests and an end to Qualcomm's iPhone modem sales are among the possible next steps.

Apple and Qualcomm's Dispute Is Escalating, and More Salvos Could Be Fired

Apple and Qualcomm's Dispute Is Escalating, and More Salvos Could Be Fired

Apple has instructed its contract manufacturers to stop paying royalties to Qualcomm altogether. Injunction requests and an end to Qualcomm's iPhone modem sales are among the possible next steps.

Market Needs Oil to Stay Higher; Hard Times for Hardware: Jim Cramer's Best Blog

Market Needs Oil to Stay Higher; Hard Times for Hardware: Jim Cramer's Best Blog

Jim Cramer ponders how the market needs oil to stay higher, and discusses how these are hard times for hardware.

Your Game Plan for Next Week: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 4/28/17)

Your Game Plan for Next Week: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 4/28/17)

It's been a heavy week for earnings, but Jim Cramer is already looking ahead to next week -- and Apple.

Week in Review: Big Gains for Wall Street as Earnings Propel Markets Higher

Week in Review: Big Gains for Wall Street as Earnings Propel Markets Higher

A stream of positive earnings reports, and relief after the first round of voting in the French elections, translated to robust gains for Wall Street in the past week.

Taking Apart Samsung's Galaxy S8 Beside an iPhone Shows How Picky Apple Is About Design

Taking Apart Samsung's Galaxy S8 Beside an iPhone Shows How Picky Apple Is About Design

Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs demanded that the inside of devices look as clean and crisp as the outside.

Weekly Roundup

A big week for earnings helps offset a shaky week elsewhere. Portfolio moves include adding a steel position.

Dow Ends Best Week of Year With Small Losses on Worries Over Slowdown to Start 2017

Dow Ends Best Week of Year With Small Losses on Worries Over Slowdown to Start 2017

Stocks fall Friday after U.S. economic growth in the first quarter slowed sharply, its worst growth in three years.

Apple Asks California to Alter its Autonomous Vehicle Testing Policies

Apple Asks California to Alter its Autonomous Vehicle Testing Policies

In a letter made public today, Apple argued for a series of changes to California's autonomous vehicle testing policy

Stocks in the Red After Disappointing U.S. Growth Sours Earnings Rally

Stocks in the Red After Disappointing U.S. Growth Sours Earnings Rally

Stocks fall Friday after U.S. economic growth in the first quarter slowed sharply, its worst growth in three years.

Cramer: These Are Hard Times for Hardware

Cramer: These Are Hard Times for Hardware

Stocks like Western Digital take a hit, but they're too cheap to ignore.

Apple Confirms It Will Not Make Royalty Payments to Qualcomm

Apple Confirms It Will Not Make Royalty Payments to Qualcomm

Apple said it will cease making royalty payments to Qualcomm until a patent dispute between the two firms is settled.

iPhone Manufacturer Foxconn Plans Expansion in America

iPhone Manufacturer Foxconn Plans Expansion in America

Foxconn is the world's largest contract technology manufacturer.

Apple Confirms It Will Not Make Royalty Payments to Qualcomm

Apple Confirms It Will Not Make Royalty Payments to Qualcomm

Apple said it will cease making royalty payments to Qualcomm until a patent dispute between the two firms is settled.

Stocks Mostly Lower After Anemic Consumer Spending Drags Down U.S. Growth

Stocks Mostly Lower After Anemic Consumer Spending Drags Down U.S. Growth

Stocks are mostly lower on Friday after U.S. economic growth in the first quarter slowed sharply, its worst growth in three years.

Stock Futures Mostly Higher After U.S. Economic Growth Slows in First Quarter

Stock Futures Mostly Higher After U.S. Economic Growth Slows in First Quarter

Stock futures hold mostly higher on Friday after U.S. economic growth in the first quarter shows a sharp slowdown.

Qualcomm Stock Falls Premarket After Lowering Third Quarter Guidance

Qualcomm Stock Falls Premarket After Lowering Third Quarter Guidance

The lowered guidance is tied to its dispute with Apple.

GOP Bill Would Curb Shareholder Activism

GOP Bill Would Curb Shareholder Activism

Republicans argue that fewer investor proposals would provide needed relief to major corporations. The measure is part of a broader package of bank de-regulatory measures.

Alphabet Results Wallop Consensus

Leadership continues to show the way.

Will It Take 17 Years for the Nasdaq to Reach 7,000?

Will It Take 17 Years for the Nasdaq to Reach 7,000?

The Nasdaq crossed 6,000 on Tuesday for the first time ever.

PayPal's Strong Earnings Show That Its Dealmaking and Mobile Efforts Are Paying Off

PayPal's Strong Earnings Show That Its Dealmaking and Mobile Efforts Are Paying Off

The online payments giant's deals with payment card giants are growing its customer base and spending activity. Deals with banks and tech giants could provide a lift going forward.

Gilead, NetApp, First Solar Could Profit Most on Trump's Tax Plan

Gilead, NetApp, First Solar Could Profit Most on Trump's Tax Plan

Apple isn't the biggest winner from Trump's plans for a tax holiday. These three stocks are. ...

Will Twitter's Surprising First-Quarter Results Make It a Takeover Target Again?

Will Twitter's Surprising First-Quarter Results Make It a Takeover Target Again?

About six months ago Twitter was said to have a number of suitors -- where did they all go?

Healthy M&A Expected Following Trump's First 100 Days

Healthy M&A Expected Following Trump's First 100 Days

The vast majority of U.S. executives surveyed by Ernst & Young have one to three deals already in the works.

Jim Cramer on Domino's Pizza and Its Tech Strength

Jim Cramer on Domino's Pizza and Its Tech Strength

TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is impressed with Domino's Pizza's tech capabilities.

Silicon Valley Awaits Details on Trump's Tax Plan as Tech Looks to Return Trillions in Overseas Cash

Silicon Valley Awaits Details on Trump's Tax Plan as Tech Looks to Return Trillions in Overseas Cash

A holiday would fund dividends and buy-backs, among other things, for some of the largest tech companies.