Apple iPad News
Apple announced plenty of software updates on Monday, but they didn't discuss everything.
The tech giant's World Wide Developers Conference is always a closely-watched event, and this year could see announcements about a new mobile operating system and even a new iPhone.
The naysayers were proven wrong.
Apple's chart is notable because of where the stock temporarily stopped falling.
Apple's new iPad gets solid reviews.
Rumors that Apple is thinking about breaking with Intel date back to 2012, but this is the first time a reputable source has said Apple is planning to actually do it.
Another midday sell-off in the Dow as Nasdaq and S&P closed lower. Walgreens, Apple, Time Warner and AT&T all in the news on Wednesday, March 28.
The tech giant is doubling down on its efforts to get consumers to view the iPad as a productivity device. And it might also be betting that new iPad Pros will prevent cannibalization from happening.
Tech giant's positive story remains intact thanks to an expanding product suite, likely fresh dividends and buybacks and more.
Now that the White House has shot down Broadcom's hostile bid for Qualcomm, Broadcom and Intel might both eye new targets. Albeit for pretty different reasons.
The company is reportedly prepping a pair of high-end headphones with AirPods-like features, as well as an update for the neglected MacBook Air.
Amazon continues to make headway in the smart-home market while Apple mostly watches from the sidelines.
This year's iPhone and iPad launches are unlikely to create the kind of buzz the iPhone X did. But they should still expand Apple's reach.
Some diamonds in the rough arguably exist for bargain-hunting tech investors.
Though Apple shares have sold off after the company posted mixed sales figures, earnings estimates have risen. Shares continue trading at a big discount to those of other marquee consumer brands.
Though markets were initially on edge about Apple's light guidance, its earnings call remarks about weekly sales growth and future cash plans helped shares move higher.
TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa digs into Apple's December-quarter earnings report and investor call.
Apple does more than just sell iPhones. Apple is also a rapidly-growing services company.
How Apple could miss on iPhone X sales and still prosper.
Apple, Facebook, Google or Amazon all could consider buying a Hollywood film studio as they look to plant a stake in the ground of the rapidly evolving digital media landscape.
Getting people to buy iPhones isn't the problem. It's getting them to buy more of what's on those iPhones that could be troubling.
Among other things, look for the tech giant to put its offshore cash to use and make progress with its iPad Pro strategy.
Amazon.com and Costco offer an informative price comparison for the holiday shopping season, with the pricing field tilted toward the brick-and-mortar combatant.
Investors now have more options to buy and sell stocks. Trading them through Facebook messenger is a growing trend.
Broadcom has signaled it's eager to settle Qualcomm's licensing disputes should its bid for the company succeed. That gives Apple a good reason to keep fighting for now.
Retailers are offering deep discounts on all things tech, from MacBooks to smart TVs, just in time for Black Friday. Here are the 10 best deals on gadgets and gizmos from around the web.
Retails sales have been relatively strong so far in the traditional start to the holiday shopping season.
Apple's biggest assembler posted its steepest profit drop since 2008 as iPhone supply-chain issues slowed production.
Infineon shares rose to the top of the German market Tuesday as investors focused on a solid 2018 outlook and shrugged off a weaker-than-expected fourth quarter.
Apple's biggest market cap gains have come in the past six years.