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  1. Why would Apple make an iPad mini 5 now?

    The venerable iPad mini 4 still has its fans, despite its now somewhat odd position…

  2. Will Apple beat their guidance?

    Apple was very conservative in its projection for the holiday quarter…

  3. The last time Apple’s stock price fell this much, shares rallied 75 percent in 12 months

    When Apple was last this far from its highs, it had a massive surge over the next year…

  4. How Apple could double its services revenues by 2022

    Apple’s Services business has grown at a rate of over 20% over the last three years,…

  5. Apple’s reporting changes strive to shift the focus to the company’s massive profits

    Last month, Apple CFO Luca Maestri told investors the company will no longer report hardware unit sales…

  6. Needham analyst supports Apple’s decision to stop providing unit sales data for iPhone, iPad and Mac

    If Apple must taketh away, it should giveth back, too…

  7. Apple’s secret weapon

    The conservative valuation of this vertical would be $111 billion to $148 billion…

  8. Here’s what’s driving Apple’s burgeoning services business

    Apple’s bread-and-butter iPhone business has been seeing slowing volumes growth…

  9. Apple outgrew unit sales

    In 2014, Apple management surprised many by announcing they were not going to disclose Apple Watch unit sales…

  10. Has Tim Cook lost control of the Apple narrative?

    Apple Inc. has found itself in the strange position of having joined the ranks of those companies…

  11. Apple analysts have a long history of misreading weak iPhone demand based on supplier rumors

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before…

  12. Apple has a plan as iPhone demand peaks; many suppliers don’t

    As customers wait longer between upgrades and the smartphone market saturates…

  13. Morgan Stanley: Apple’s services will grow to over $100 billion per year in 2023

    Katy Huberty from Morgan Stanley has taken a deep-dive into Apple’s services market segment…

  14. Apple lost the perception game in the short term

    It has been almost a week since technology giant Apple reported its fiscal fourth quarter results…

  15. Apple is transitioning from product company to service giant

    An accounting decision by Apple’s management this past quarter indicates where the company is heading…

  16. Apple wants to keep its secret formula secret

    It is essential to examine the more nuanced, positive signal here…

  17. Apple’s iPhone just had its best year ever

    Apple’s iPhone product category has fundamentally reshaped the company over the past 11 years…

  18. Why Apple’s unit sales reporting doesn’t matter anymore

    Investors were disheartened by Apple Inc.’s announcement that it won’t provide unit sales numbers…

  19. The ‘smart money’ shrugs off Apple’s decision to no longer disclose unit sales

    Momentum, or momo, money flows were positive and smart money flows were neutral going into Apple’s earnings…

  20. Apple rams their message home: Think ‘Apple as a Service’

    Apple reported its results for the Sept. 2018 quarter essentially in line with expectations…

  21. Investors bristle as Apple occludes iPhone unit sales data

    Apple said that it will stop reporting unit sales data for its iPhone, iPad and Mac computer products…

  22. Jefferies: Buy Apple stock for ‘massive’ services potential built on ‘stable iPhone business’

    Jefferies initiated coverage of Apple’s stock with a buy rating on Monday…

  23. Apple’s decision to stop reporting unit sales of iPhones, Macs, and iPads is a ‘defining moment’

    Apple’s decision to make major changes to its reporting structure from the next quarter…

  24. Apple to stop reporting iPhone, Mac, and iPad quarterly unit sales

    Apple will stop reporting how many iPhones, Macs and iPads it sells each quarter…

  25. Apple’s iPad is outselling every laptop on the market

    CEO Tim Cook said at an event in New York on Tuesday that Apple has now sold more than 400 million iPads…

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