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Apple's has announced its next line of iPhones: the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. What do we know about them so far?
Apple will host its eleventh annual product launch event in California later Tuesday, with investors focused on service-focused additions, as well as new versions of the AppleWatch and AirPods, to compliment the expected suite of new iPhones.
The trade on and around Apple's fall iPhone unveilings is surprisingly dull from a stock returns standpoint. But now may be the time to think ahead to 2020.
The innovative multi-screen device was initially slated to be released in April, but its release was pushed back when multiple press reviewers experienced problems with defective screens.
The pace at which new technologies evolve is often more gradual than people expect. This can create opportunities for investors who play their cards right.
The cheaper iPhone would be Apple's first lower-cost model since the 2016 iPhone SE that started at $399, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
These families have built their wealth in everything from retail to fine chocolates.
Apple still offers what consumers want, and has an immense, nearly captive client base to which its wares can be marketed.
It's not deja vu as tariffs are taking Apple stock down once more, though analysts are eager to see the company's iPhone 11 line.
Huawei and the U.S.-China Trade Wars continue to weigh on many tech companies with Marvell being no exception.
Marvell isn't a quarter-to-quarter story and analysts are advising investors to treat it with longer-term targets in mind.
Thomas Kingsbury makes his last earnings call as CEO of Burlington and Marvell Technology reports as it transforms away from the storage-end market to infrastructure.
Apple's stock proved resilient in the last recession -- but things are quite different this time around, with Apple grappling with longer iPhone upgrade cycles and an uncomfortable position at the center of the U.S.-China trade conflict.
Apple is reportedly in the final stages of signing off on new advanced screens for its iPhones from China's top display maker, BOE Technology Group.
The tech giant's CEO has met with President Trump on at least five occasions since his election. Those meetings appear to be paying dividends.
Apple Watches accounted for 46% of the smartwatch market last quarter, and one analyst estimates that wearables now make up one of every five Apple gadgets sold.
Samsung unveils its sleek new Galaxy Note 10 smartphones that are packed with innovative camera functions.
Outlooks from Samsung, Qualcomm and others point to weakening near-term demand for Android phones, particularly in China and on the high-end.
Samsung and Western Digital both suggest memory demand is improving following a very rough first half of the year. And Lam Research's outlook suggests industry supply growth is falling sharply.
As Samsung gears up to try things again with its $2,000 'Fold' phone, data shows that most consumers aren't moving to the priciest phone models.
Advanced Micro Devices's aim for a second half rebound is coming into question.
The world watches Apple Tuesday. Here's three things investors need to know.
A new report indicates that all three of Apple's 2020 iPhones will support 5G. The technology could go mainstream faster than some expect.
After a giant head-fake and public relations disaster involving cracked and damaged screens, Samsung said its multi-screen Galaxy Fold will be available in select markets beginning in September.
Japan has cut off supplies of three key chemicals to South Korea, hitting the memory-chip and screen-making industries. The roots of the spat go way back.
Taiwan Semiconductor, the world's biggest contract chipmaker and a lead supplier for Apple iPhones, posted modestly weaker second-quarter earnings but said a pick-up in 5G and smartphone demand would support the global semiconductor sector over the second half of the year.
ASML shares jumped higher in early European trading Wednesday after the semiconductor supplier maintained its bullish second half outlook after stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings that suggest global chip demand is starting to recover.
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