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CNBC Tech Correspondent Jon Fortt got to hold one of Apple's new iPhone 5s for a few minutes yesterday, and while that's not enough time to offer anything close to a comprehensive review, here are his few impressions.
Apple's new iPhone 5 and operating system should be a hit for travelers with easy access to boarding passes and improved battery life, though its adapter could pose problems.
Apple shares are starting to sniff $700 as iPhone 5 sparks target hikes, with Anil Doradla, William Blair, and Mark Newton, Greywolf Execution Partners.
Discussing the pros and cons of Apple's new phone, and whether consumers will embrace the changes, with Lance Ulanoff, Mashable editor-in-chief, and Devindra Hardawar, VentureBeat national editor.
In its patent infringement case against Samsung, Apple was able to widen its lead by immediately crippling the company and its other rival Google. But the verdict also opened the door for Microsoft, a company marred in the shadows of all three giants. TheStreet.com reports.
Brian Marshall, ISI Group analyst, discusses the impact of Apple's new products on its stock price.
Investors looking to play the launch of the highly anticipated iPhone 5 without buying Apple shares – which almost touched $670 overnight – should look to its supply chain in Asia, in particular the company’s contract manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industries, says Barclays.
Apple finally unveiled the highly-anticipated iPhone 5. Was it everything Apple fans were hoping for? Here's what people were buzzing about on Twitter.
As Apple unveiled its iPhone 5 Wednesday and prepared for the crucial holiday season, two analysts predict that the company’s stock price could surge into the quadruple digits.
It's not the new and improved features of the iPhone 5 that got the most attention from Wall Street analysts Wednesday, but rather the mass global rollout of the new device and the speed of that availability around the world.
Stocks ended a touch higher Wednesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy announcement and after the Dow and S&P 500 touched fresh multi-year intraday highs earlier in the session.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday.
Apple is taking the stage today to show off what is widely expected to be the latest version of the iPhone.
Mark Zuckerberg responded to criticism about the missteps in Facebook's mobile strategy and the sharp drop in the stock price. While investors appeared to like what they heard, one analyst has slashed his price target on the stock.
Apple might be getting all of the attention now, but the “Fast Money” traders are eyeing other attractive tech stocks.
Heading into 2013, one analyst is moderately bullish on Netflix. TheStreet.com reports.
Apple has apparently slipped-up and revealed the name of it's latest iPhone, the iPhone 5, via an inactive link that was posted on its website before Apple's highly anticipated event Wednesday, according to a report.
Based on the leaks out of accessory makers and parts suppliers, it seems that the shape of the dock is changing for the first time since the early days of the iPod.
In all the gadget hype around a new iPhone, it can be all too easy to lose sight of the dollars and cents. So let's have a look at what a new flagship phone could mean for Apple in monetary terms.
Is Apple ripe for your portfolio? Brian Marshal ISI Group tech analyst explains why he has a "buy" rating on Apple and a $710 target price; while Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital analyst sees the stock going to $1,650 a share by the end of 2015.