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Previous Close $1,100.00
Daily Range $0.00 - $0.00
52-Week Range $0.00 - $0.00
Market Cap $162.0B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
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Average Daily Volume 31
Current FY EPS $0.00



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News & Commentary

After Using Android for 5 Years, I've Finally Switched to iPhone

A dedicated Android user explains why he made the switch from Alphabet's mobile operating system to Apple's device running iOS.

Will Samsung Pay Become More Popular Than Apple Pay?

Samsung Pay's point-of-sale technological advantage is offset by inter-device competition and lack of a P2P money-transfer solution.

Wireless Carriers Are Favoring the iPhone

Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile are offering exclusive plans to Apple customers.

Qualcomm Inc. Faces New Problems in South Korea

Qualcomm faces another antitrust probe in South Korea.

Samsung's Smartphone Slide in 1 Chart

The Korean colossus' share of smartphone profits has been falling for more than two years, and it may never fully recover.

TSMC Said to Be the Sole Manufacturer of Apple Inc.'s A9X Chip

This chip manufacturer has apparently won all of the orders to manufacture Apple's highest-performing processor yet.

Intel Corp.'s 14-Nanometer Technology Is Great, but Yields Still Proving Challenging

This chip giant's technology looks ahead of the pack in one key metric, but the company still needs to improve its manufacturing yields.

It's Official: The Apple Watch Is Dominating the Competition

After just six months on the market, Apple's smartwatch has far more units shipped than any other device maker.

Facebook Inc's New Video Ads Are A Game-Changer

The social media king takes its video advertising options to a whole new level.

InvenSense, Inc. Unlikely to Supply Fingerprint Sensor for Future Apple Inc. iPhones

Although this chip company has some interesting new technology, it seems unlikely that Apple would be interested in it.

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