Amid Immigration Furor, Apple's Chief Focuses on Apps and Music - New York Times

Timothy D. Cook, Apple's chief executive, introducing the iPhone 7 in September. In the last quarter, iPhone sales rose 5 percent. Credit Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO — Apple's next big business won't be a self-driving car or an ...

Apple Woos New iPhone Fans as Current Owners Await Upgrade - NDTV

Apple attracted a swathe of new iPhone customers over the holiday period, auguring well for a more significant upgrade to its flagship product this year - and the services revenue that these devices are increasingly generating. The shares climbed to ...

Is Apple A Double From Here? - Forbes

I talked yesterday about the Fed. As I said, I think we'll find that the Fed will shift gears again to stay behind the curve on inflation to let the economy run a little hot. They met today and it was a non-event. They said nothing to build momentum on ...

The world of technology is changing and the iPad is getting caught in the middle - Business Insider

Well, it's another record-setting quarter for Apple in the books, and things are looking good for the company pretty much across the board — except in the iPad business, which continues its rapid sales shrinkage to the tune of 19%. The decline of the ...

Apple Watch Sets All Time Revenue Record in Q1 2017 - Mac Rumors

Apple does not break out sales of the Apple Watch like it does for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, but according to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the Apple Watch set all time unit and revenue records during the first fiscal quarter of 2017, suggesting significant ...

Apple CEO Tim Cook explains how Siri improves his home life — and it's a subtle shot at Amazon - Business Insider

Apple CEO Tim Cook explained on Tuesday's earnings call just how the Siri virtual assistant, combined with his haul of HomeKit smart home gear, improves his morning routine. "When I say 'good morning' to Siri, my house lights come on and my coffee ...

How many iPhones did Apple sell every second during the last quarter? - ZDNet

Apple sold a record 78.29 million iPhones over the 1Q 17 quarter. That's a lot of iPhones. So many that quite a few people have said that they just can't get their heads around it. what's hot on zdnet. Apple iCloud hack threat gets worse: Here's what ...

Apple's Q1: Here's The Bottom Line - Benzinga

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL)'s fiscal first quarter results were released after Tuesday's market close and investors cheered the results and pushed the stock higher by around 5 percent. According to Maynard Um of Wells Fargo, Apple's report contained a ...

Tim Cook's Life Hints Apple's Vision for the Home - Fortune

Apple has a plan for your life, and it just so happens that its CEO Tim Cook is already living it. During Apple's (aapl, +0.18%) earnings call on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook discussed his company's "ecosystem," a place in which the company's customers ...

Apple Sold A Record Number Of iPhones Last Quarter - Twice

Apple sold over 78 million iPhones in its fiscal 2017 first quarter, an all-time record for the company. The company posted record quarterly revenue of $78.4 billion and all-time record quarterly earnings per diluted share of $3.36. These results ...

7 things you need to know about Apple (Q1 2017 edition) - ZDNet

While Apple's earnings report is where we get the raw facts about how the company is doing, there can be some real nuggets of information buried in the follow-up conference call. More on iPhone. The enterprise iPhone: Improvements in Apple's iOS ...

Apple hits 52-week high, Facebook's TV app, AMD sales soar - Yahoo Finance

Here are some of the stocks the Yahoo Finance team will be watching for you today. Apple (AAPL) is trading at a fresh 52-week high after the tech giant made a comeback for the holiday period as sales rose for the first time in three quarters. Revenue ...

iPhone 7 Plus Powered Apple's Highest Sales Quarter Ever - Forbes

Apple had a big task at its first quarter earnings report on Tuesday: prove it could grow revenue for the first time in a year. Apple was up to the task, beating analyst estimates for the holiday season across the board. Earnings per share came in at ...

Five things you need to know about Apple's quarterly results - The Guardian

Apple recorded its highest revenue ever, raking in $78.4bn (£62bn), and also achieved record iPhone sales. Photograph: Lucy Nicholson / Reuters/Reuters. Apple. Five things you need to know about Apple's quarterly results. The iPhone and Mac are ...

Apple surpasses Samsung in smartphone shipments - Mobile World Live

Apple's shipment of 78 million smartphones in calendar Q4 2016 equated to an 18 per cent market share and saw the US company overtake Samsung as the world's number one smartphone vendor, Strategy Analytics revealed. Neil Mawston, executive ...

Cheaper Rivals Eat Away at Apple Sales in China - Wall Street Journal

Apple is finding it hard to hold on to its slice of the Chinese smartphone market as the global giant faces tough competition from several homegrown brands -- Huawei, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi. Photo: Huawei/Oppo/Vivo/Xiaomi. By. Eva Dou. Eva Dou. The Wall ...

Apple's New Juggernaut Quietly Powers Seismic Shift For The Company - Forbes

Apple's standout quarter may have been powered by a return to growth in iPhone sales, but the biggest percentage gain came on a line that keeps getting more important each quarter. The company reported $7.17 billion in services revenue, up 18% over a ...

With record 78.3 million iPhones sold, Apple topples Samsung as top smartphone player in Q4 - Catch News

Tech giant Apple has toppled Korean electronics' major Samsung to become the numero uno player in the global smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2016, shipping 78.3 million iPhones, according to research firm Counterpoint. "Apple had a record ...

Apple Inc quarterlies surprise on upside – shares jump. Join the believers. - BizNews

The world's most valuable listed company, $636bn Apple Inc, has given its believers reason to cheer by delivering quarterly results which comfortably exceeded expectations. The share price gained over 3% in after-hours trading (from $121 to $125 ...

Apple Q4 results: sales records broken - GSMArena.com

Apple is back to growth after strong demand for the iPhone 7 helped the company post record numbers in the holiday quarter. Sales of the new smartphone sent total iPhone shipments 5% up to a record during the October-December period. Phones are 2/3 of ...