The September global market rally is fading a bit today. Still, it's clear shifting expectations over Syria have had an impact on trading.
Apple went plastic and colorful with the iPhone, launching two new models in a bid to appeal to a broader audience. Jon Fortt goes hands-on.
U.S. stock index futures hovered around the flatline Wednesday, after the S&P 500 posted its sixth-straight gain and as President Barack Obama pledged to explore Russia's diplomatic plan to remove chemical weapons from Syria.
Apple's television hardware is set for an internal overhaul next week, AllThingsD reported on Wednesday.
Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute and "Steve Jobs" author, discusses the legacy of Apple's founder and the future of the tech giant.
In case you needed to be reminded, it's Wed., Sept. 11. Never forget.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Verizon Communications is expected to sell between $45 billion to $49 billion in bonds, the biggest corporate issue on record by some distance.
No formal deal has been reached yet between Apple and China Mobile but the approval opens a potential huge market for the iPhone to run on the world's largest wireless operator, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
Asian stocks took a breather from this week's rally on Wednesday after President Obama confirmed that a Congressional vote to take military action in Syria will be postponed.
No formal deal has been reached yet between the two companies but the approval opens a potential huge market for Apple's iPhone to run on the world's largest wireless operator, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
Hank Smith, CIO at Haverford Investments, says the iPhone 5c is "evolutionary and not revolutionary" and discusses Apple's new pricing strategy.
Loo Wee Teck, head of consumer electronics at Euromonitor International, expects the iPhone market share in China to grow 24% in 2014, primarily driven by the new iPhone 5c.
Shares of Apple suppliers slumped on Wednesday, a day after the U.S. consumer technology giant unveiled two highly anticipated smartphones that failed to wow investors.
Eunice Yoon tells CNBC that the Chinese government has granted a license to Apple to use the China mobile wireless standard in their new 5S and 5C.
A new document shows that Apple has been granted a license for the new iPhone to run on the largest of China's mobile networks.
Eunice Yoon tells CNBC that a Chinese reporter has discovered that the government has granted a license to Apple to use the China mobile wireless standard in their new 5S and 5C.
Chien-Wen Tong, CMO of Possible, tells CNBC that there was so much anticipation about Apple breaking into China that markets were disappointed.
Bob O'Donnell, Program VP, Clients and Displays at IDC says the iPhone 5C is a lot more expensive than predicted, which will limit its appeal.
David Garrity, Principal at GVA Research tells CNBC's Cash Flow his target price for Apple in the wake of its iPhone 5C and 5S launch.