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CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the latest statements out of Apple CEO Tim Cook including Cook remaining bullish on the iPad, pointing to software updates, new productivity tools, and the partnership with IBM.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on the latest upbeat statements from Apple CEO Tim Cook as Apple ships nearly 48 million iPhones.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Apple's earnings and why the stock took a tumble.
Chris Caso, Susquehanna Financial breaks down Apple's quarterly results and provides insight to the tech giant's future.
Daniel Ernst, Welch Capital senior analyst, breaks down Apple's quarterly results and shares his outlook on the stock. The business is actually getting better not worse, says Ernst.
SAN FRANCISCO— Apple makes most of its money from the iPhone, but the California tech giant also disclosed results for other product segments Tuesday. Sales of the iPhone contributed $31.4 billion, or more than half the company's $49.6 billion in total revenue for the quarter. Sales of iPads contributed $4.5 billion in revenue.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 21- Apple Inc tried to reassure investors on Tuesday that its new smartwatch was not a flop, a message that was met with a mixed reception on Wall Street. Without disclosing specific figures, Apple Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri said in an interview with Reuters that sales of the Apple Watch exceeded the company's expectations.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is keeping the "pedal to the metal" for its China expansion.
Apple beat revenue and profit estimates for the quarter, but investors were more interested in the future.
SAN FRANCISCO— Apple's stock slid sharply on Tuesday after the company reported strong iPhone sales but remained coy about the performance of its new smartwatch. While not releasing specific figures for the Apple Watch, Apple reported total results for several products, including the watch, that suggest sales were lower than many Wall Street analysts...
Steve Milunovich, UBS analyst, shares his outlook at Apple's iPhone sales and growth prospects in China.
Forget Tim Cook, Satya Nadella or Larry Page, these behind-the-scenes execs are just as influential in the tech sector.
SAN FRANCISCO— Smartphone sales may be slowing for some tech companies, but not for Apple. Analysts expect another powerhouse performance from the California tech giant when it reports quarterly financial results Tuesday. Wall Street analysts estimate Apple will report a hefty $10.3 billion in profit after selling $49 billion worth of iPhones, iPads, Mac...
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