Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on the one country he has his eye on that could be a game changer very soon.
Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who provided insight on getting ahead for the long term.
Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who provided insight on what he considers to be the most important element for Apple long term and discusses his views on China.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley offered his take on the future of the company he helped Steve Jobs build.
Discussing whether Apple needs to look outside its company for innovation, with Shawn Carolan, early Siri investor.
While Apple's sales slump in China is a short-term problem, the company's brewing battle with the Chinese government worries investors.
His comments came as the tech giant continued to shed value in the wake of disappointing earnings.
Carl Icahn, Chairman of Icahn Enterprises, talks about his view on Apple.
Brian Blair, Grays Peak Capital, parses the numbers on Apple's results and shares his outlook on the company.
Apple actually strengthened its hold on the high-end smartphone market in mainland China in the March quarter, according to a Nielsen report.
Apple's stock tumbled as Wall Street analysts showed their displeasure the tech giant's latest quarterly report.
CNBC Contributor Bill George, Senior Fellow at Harvard Business School and Fmr. Medtronic Chairman, and Vivek Wadhwa, Fellow at the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University, discuss whether Apple and its CEO Tim Cook have lost credibility after dismal earnings.
Apple's latest quarterly results are less than encouraging, but the numbers may not be as bad as they look.
Apple CEO Tim Cook conveyed optimism on the outlook for iPhone sales, with CNBC's Josh Lipton.
After Apple reported its first revenue decline in 13 years, how should investors look at Tim Cook's optimism on emerging market sales, with Timothy Arcuri, Cowen & Co. technology analyst, and Channing Smith, Capital Advisors co-portfolio manager.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is looking ahead to strength in emerging markets for the iPhone SE, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
I do think there is some valuation support as the stock gets into the low $90s, says Sherri Scribner, Deutsche Bank, breaking down Apple's quarterly results which missed on the top and bottom line, representing the first quarterly sales drop since 2003.
Aaron Rakers, Stifel Nicolaus, breaks down Apple's quarterly results which missed on the top and bottom line, representing the first quarterly sales drop since 2003. We still like the set-up for the iPhone 7 later this year, says Rakers with his outlook on the stock.
Daniel Ernst, Welch Capital Partners, says the big question for Apple is whether it can grow but points out it could be a buying opportunity for some investors as shares slip after earnings. This is a company that has a tremendous track record, says Ernst.
The company announced a 10 percent dividend increase and a $50 billion increase to its capital return program.