Despite the uptick in sales for the holidays, long-term demand is yet to be proven.
Donald Trump announced the deal after meeting with SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, discuss the trade on Apple, after Tim Cook told Reuters the sales of the Apple Watch hit a record during the first week of holiday shopping.
Apple CEO Tim Cook tells Reuters the gadget just had its best sales week ever.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines.
The stakes are swelling ever higher, as investors are increasingly counting on software as a growing share of Apple's business.
Apple's Tim Cook was forced to apologize for Apple's Maps function in 2012.
Apple stock is still a buy in my book, but I see some troubling signs for the future, says Michael Yoshikami.
Nearly two dozen games such as Angry Birds and Clash of Clans will donate all proceeds from in-app purchases, USA Today reports.
Developing countries coming online this year are a key bright spot.
The president-elect does not understand technology companies or their business models, and that's a problem, said analysts.
"You're making your product right here," Trump says he told Cook, according to The New York Times.
Smartphone operating profit in the third quarter reached $9 billion of which Apple took 91 percent of the share.
President-elect Donald Trump receives calls from Tim Cook and Bill Gates, according to New York Times. CNBC's Sara Eisen reports.
The Bronx is tired of being the only borough without an Apple Store.
The tax rate on foreign cash, trade with China, encryption and high-skilled immigration are policy areas of concern for Apple.
Apple is considering expanding into wearable eye gadgets with a pair of glasses that could use augmented reality (AR), Bloomberg reported.
A growing threat of a trade war with China has only exacerbated problems for Apple, one of the company's biggest critics said.
Cramer comments after Harman agreed to be bought by the tech giant's rival, Samsung, for $8 billion on Monday.
Tech executives are breaking their silence and speaking out on Donald Trump's victory, seeking to reassure the community.