Apple Inc (AAPL)

153.87
0.53 0.35
NASDAQ : Consumer Goods
Prev Close 153.34
Open 153.73
Day Low/High 153.03 / 154.35
52 Wk Low/High 89.47 / 125.74
Volume 19.10M
Avg Volume 25.05M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 5.21B
Market Cap 801.89B
EPS 8.30
P/E Ratio 17.93
Div & Yield 2.52 (1.60%)

Latest News

Instagram's Direct Message Update Supports Links, Different Photo Orientations

Instagram's Direct Message Update Supports Links, Different Photo Orientations

The updates are currently available for Apple iOS users and will soon be available on Android devices.

Novice Trade: JPMorgan Chase

Novice Trade: JPMorgan Chase

These JPM calls are way too cheap.

Is AmazonBooks That Different Than The Stores They're Putting Out Of Business?

Is AmazonBooks That Different Than The Stores They're Putting Out Of Business?

Why even go in when you already have free two-day shipping?

Apple's First Store in Southeast Asia Opening Soon Looks Stunning - Here Are Some Pics

Apple's First Store in Southeast Asia Opening Soon Looks Stunning - Here Are Some Pics

Another head-turning store for Apple.

HP and Lenovo's Earnings Paint a Rosier Picture for the PC Industry Than Many Expected

HP and Lenovo's Earnings Paint a Rosier Picture for the PC Industry Than Many Expected

The world's two biggest PC makers report positive shipment growth. And thanks to strong demand for gaming PCs and high-end notebooks, their revenue grew faster still.

We're Watching Apple, and We've Got a Lot of Company

We're Watching Apple, and We've Got a Lot of Company

Are the charts telling us something new?

Qualcomm Files Injunction Against Apple Suppliers

Qualcomm Files Injunction Against Apple Suppliers

Qualcomm asked a federal judge to order four firms that build Apple's iPhones and iPads to resume paying cellular patent royalties.

A Scared Netflix Should Be Looking Over Its Shoulder Because Facebook May Want to Kill It

A Scared Netflix Should Be Looking Over Its Shoulder Because Facebook May Want to Kill It

Facebook is creeping on Netflix, or so it seems.

Netflix Should Be Looking Over Its Shoulder; Facebook May Want to Kill It

Netflix Should Be Looking Over Its Shoulder; Facebook May Want to Kill It

Facebook is creeping on Netflix, or so it seems.

Trader's Daily Notebook: The Grind Goes On

Trader's Daily Notebook: The Grind Goes On

Don't expect any meaningful change in the Russell 2000 ETF.

Starbucks' Howard Schultz Reveals the Sight of Feared Activist Carl Icahn Causes Him to Look Away

Starbucks' Howard Schultz Reveals the Sight of Feared Activist Carl Icahn Causes Him to Look Away

Schultz said Starbucks has been fortunate never to have attracted an activist investor.

Here's Apple's New iPhone 8, Maybe

Here's Apple's New iPhone 8, Maybe

Feast your eyes on this one.

Twitter's iOS App Now Integrates With Apple TV

Twitter's iOS App Now Integrates With Apple TV

The move comes in the aftermath of Twitter hiring a new Global Head of Live Business.

T-Mobile Targets Verizon With #GetOutofTheRed Limited Time Offer

T-Mobile Targets Verizon With #GetOutofTheRed Limited Time Offer

Starting May 31, you can keep your phone when you switch to T-Mobile.

T-Mobile Continues Going After Verizon Customers With iPhone and Pixel Payoff Offer

T-Mobile Continues Going After Verizon Customers With iPhone and Pixel Payoff Offer

The pitched battle for wireless customers among T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and AT&T shows no signs of abating.

Apple Launches App Development Curriculum For High School & Community College Students

Apple Launches App Development Curriculum For High School & Community College Students

AppleĀ® today launched a new app development curriculum designed for students who want to pursue careers in the fast-growing app economy.

Tech's cash pile

Tech's cash pile

Ten biggest tech companies have $545 billion stashed overseas

Microsoft Has Basically Given Up on Trying to Be the Coolest Tech Company in Silicon Valley

Microsoft Has Basically Given Up on Trying to Be the Coolest Tech Company in Silicon Valley

Microsoft CMO Chris Capossela said the tech giant is focused on other things besides being 'the cool kid.'

How Netflix Has Gone From Renting DVDs to Global Streaming Giant in 15 Years Since Its IPO

How Netflix Has Gone From Renting DVDs to Global Streaming Giant in 15 Years Since Its IPO

Before its current dominance, Netflix was spurned by Blockbuster, withdrew its first attempt for an IPO and navigated years of unprofitability. Along the way, its stock has increased almost 150-fold.

Closing Bell: Bunge Spikes on Glencore Deal Talks; S&P 500 Positive for Day Four

Closing Bell: Bunge Spikes on Glencore Deal Talks; S&P 500 Positive for Day Four

The S&P 500 stretches its gains into day four, its longest streak since mid-February.

Stocks Mostly Higher After Trump Budget Cuts, Manchester Bombing

Stocks Mostly Higher After Trump Budget Cuts, Manchester Bombing

Stocks are mostly higher Tuesday after a Trump budget proposal backs big cuts to social programs, and a terrorist attack in Manchester, England, rattles nerves.

Apple May Have Structured Its Nokia Settlement With Its Qualcomm Lawsuit In Mind

Apple May Have Structured Its Nokia Settlement With Its Qualcomm Lawsuit In Mind

Unlike its 2011 patent deal with Nokia, Apple's latest settlement with the company makes no mention of royalties. That likely has a lot to do with its battle with Qualcomm.

How Nokia and Apple Both Benefit by Ending Their Patent Feud

How Nokia and Apple Both Benefit by Ending Their Patent Feud

Reaching a deal with Nokia could help Apple's case in a similar dispute with Qualcomm, while Nokia benefits more directly.

Nokia, Momo, Kosmos, Take-Two: How to Trade Tuesday's Most-Active Stocks

Nokia, Momo, Kosmos, Take-Two: How to Trade Tuesday's Most-Active Stocks

Here's how to trade four of the most active names on the market Tuesday.

Apple Brings Carrier Billing to Austria, France

Apple Brings Carrier Billing to Austria, France

The move expands the feature's availability among select carriers in several countries in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.