EU shares closed flat to lower on Wednesday, on fears over when the Fed might start to raise key rates and the upcoming vote in Scotland.
Instacart is partnering with Apple. Apoorva Mehta, Instacart CEO, discusses how Apple pay will impact Instacart's bottom line.
Apple and U2 are teaming up to give away their new album. CNBC Julia Boorstin discusses their exclusive deal to give away 500 million albums to iTunes users.
Discussing the Apple Watch design and security of Apple Pay, with Bruce Tognazzini, Nielsen Norman Group principal. Tognazzini says Jobs would not have liked the dial used to navigate the Apple Watch.
CNBC's Jon Fortt speaks with Ralph de la Vega, AT&T Mobile CEO, about wearable tech and expansion into connective cars. De la Vega says by 2017 there will be as many as 10 million connected cars on the road.
Has Tim Cook stepped out from the shadow of Steve Jobs? Walter Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, says if executed correctly, this product pipeline could be huge.
Toni Sacconaghi, Sanford C. Bernstein senior analyst, says consumers are getting a lot more phone for the same price and this may pressure margins at some point. Sacconaghi also weighs in on the revenue opportunity of Apple Pay.
Traders say the Apple Watch was the disappointment of the day, when Apple introduced it along with two new iPhone 6 models and a payment system.
Blaine Hurst, Panera Bread CTO, discusses joining the Apple Pay platform and how the service will work in Panera stores. Hurst says the integration Apple is offering is unprecedented in the space.
MLB.com CEO & President Bob Bowman, discusses partnering with Apple. Fans will soon be able to pay for tickets online using Touch ID on MLB's "At Bat" app. Bowman says Apple Pay is transgenerational and a juggernaut that's hard to beat.
There may be a few pieces missing from the Apple's Watch, the tech giant's first foray into wearable devices.
Discussing if Apple is a buy after its product unveiling, with Amit Daryanani, RBC Capital Markets analyst, and Steven Milunovich, UBS managing director & analyst.
In today's The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, Apple's announcements are both The Good and The Bad, while The Ugly is the Islamic State terror threat.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss Apple's health and wellness play, as well as the advertisement of the new iPhone 6 with Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team assesses Apple's big reveal and if Apple Pay is a win for Visa and MasterCard.
The "Squawk Box" crew comments on a video clip from NBC's Today Show where a woman crushes an apple with her biceps.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping his eye on shares of Apple.
Wall Street was seen opening flat-to-higher on Wednesday, despite fears the Fed could raise rates sooner rather than later.
A closer look at what Apple Pay means for consumers and the credit card industry, with Chris McWilton, MasterCard president.
Apple is the fashion king, says Scott McNealy, WayIn chairman, sharing his thoughts on whether wearable technology is a novelty or revolutionary.