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Apple Is Undervalued

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is currently down almost 10% year to date, although it remains a favorite of both hedge funds and professional money managers. Most frighteningly, a steep decline after a disappointing quarter of relatively low iPhone sales growth has encouraged significant investor caution. Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple [...]

iPhone 6s/6s Plus Underperform Year-Ago Sales

iPad mini Has Largest Share of iPad Sales; Strong Launch for iPad Pro Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), today released analysis of the results from its research on Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) for the fiscal quarter that ended December 26, 2015. Show More Summary

I See Double-Digit Upside In This Market Dominator

I used to be a notorious Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) hater. From the roll out of the first overpriced iPhone, I'd look for any opportunity to rile up the fan boys. I'd yell at the television when

Apple has reportedly decided who will make the iPhone 7's processor — and Samsung is losing out (AAPL)

Apple has chosen who will make the iPhone 7's processor and it isn't Samsung, according to The Electronic Times. The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), based in Taiwan, will be the only company that makes the processor...Show More Summary

Apple Music finally supports the leading wireless speaker system — Sonos (aapl)

Pricey Sonos speakers can finally play songs streamed through Apple Music. Sonos announced on Tuesday that Apple Music is now available on Sonos systems worldwide. Sonos players will be able to stream the entire Apple Music catalog as...Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (AMZN, TWTR, AAPL)

Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Wednesday. 1. Uber disabled its app for several hours in Paris yesterday to support drivers who were protesting against tough new regulations aimed at ridesharing services. Show More Summary

Here's another hint that Apple is building its own video service (AKAM, AAPL, MSFT)

We just got more evidence that Apple is building a global network of servers designed to deliver iTunes movies and other Apple content to users as quickly as possible. For fastest delivery, most big internet companies put content like...Show More Summary

You can now take your iPhone 6 into an Apple Store to have a screen protector applied without air bubbles (AAPL)

Starting today, Apple Stores in the United States will apply Belkin screen protectors onto iPhones. While Apple Stores have sold and installed screen protectors in the past, Apple Store employees have recently been trained to use a new...Show More Summary

Apple: A ‘Mixed Reality’ Device Will Someday Replace iPhone, Says Piper Jaffray

Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster, who for some time now has opined Apple (AAPL) will enter the virtual reality market, today offers his “best guess” for the time frame in which that will proceed. By sometime in 2017, several third parties...Show More Summary

Tim Cook deleted the blurry Super Bowl photo the internet thought was hilarious (aapl)

Apple CEO Tim Cook attended the Super Bowl in Santa Clara, California over the weekend, and shortly after the Denver Broncos won and stormed the field, he tweeted out a photo of the scene. That tweet and its photo has now been deleted. One...Show More Summary

The Apple TV is going to get easier to use after Apple added voice dictation (AAPL)

Apple has released iOS 9.2 beta 3 for the Apple TV, which includes a much simpler way to control the device.  Inputting text on the TV was a struggle before as each character had to be selected via the remote. Now, however, Siri does...Show More Summary

Hackers are offering Apple employees in Ireland up to €20,000 for their login details (AAPL)

Hackers are offering Apple employees thousands of euros for their company login details, according to someone that works for the company in Ireland. The employee, who spoke to Business Insider on the condition we kept their anonymity,...Show More Summary

6 health problems that iPhones are helping to solve (AAPL)

Last year, Apple debuted a suite of medical tools called ResearchKit, which could forever change the way doctors  study common health problems. Basically, Apple built tools into the iPhone which allow researchers to build sophisticated medical apps. Show More Summary

People are making fun of Tim Cook's blurry Super Bowl photo (AAPL)

Late Sunday evening, Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted out a blurry post-game photo from Super Bowl 50, congratulating the Broncos on their victory. What he didn't realize at the time was that he was inadventertantly giving Twitter users the...Show More Summary

Apple: Remember The iPhone Replacement Cycle, Says Mizuho

If it’s Monday in early February, which it is, it must be time to start thinking about Apple’s (AAPL) prospects for the rest of this year, after an 11% sell-off this year on iPhone worries. Mizuho Securities’s Abhey Lamba this morning...Show More Summary

A top developer said the Apple Watch is a 'confused product' — and lots of people agree (AAPL)

Marco Arment, a developer who helped found Tumblr and then Instapaper, has written a blog post describing the Apple Watch as a "confused product" that needs to be "rethought to do less, better." "The Apple Watch is a confused product, designed like a tiny iPhone," Arment writes. Show More Summary

Apple's rumoured smaller iPhone might come in bright pink (AAPL)

Apple's rumoured smaller iPhone could come in bright pink, according to a report from Mac Otakara, which cites supply chain sources.  The iPhone 6s currently has a pink model, called Rose Gold, but the report suggests the colour will...Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (TWTR, AAPL, MSFT, GOOG)

Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know to start off your week. 1. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has shut down rumours that the company is planning to replace its chronological feed with an algorithmically sorted one. That doesn't mean that an algorithmic timeline won't happen though, it could just be an optional feature. 2. Show More Summary

How an Apple employee once stood up to Steve Jobs  — and got promoted for it (aapl)

Silicon Valley pioneer Donna Dubinsky was a middle manager at Apple in 1985 when then-chairman Steve Jobs proposed completely changing the company's distribution strategy. Dubinsky fought back against the plan – giving an ultimatum that...Show More Summary

The evidence is clear: Apple's next big thing will be virtual reality (AAPL)

What's Apple's next big product? A growing amount of evidence indicates that Apple is developing something with virtual reality technology. The dream: to immerse viewers in a totally computer generated world. VR has been a dream for futurists for decades, but the technology has never been good enough for it to take off. Show More Summary

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