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  1. ‘Worst of the bad news’ is behind Apple when it comes to iPhone sales

    Though Apple’s March-quarter iPhone shipments will likely be disappointing…

  2. Analyst: Smartphone sales will stabilize or even rebound slightly in 2020

    Despite the chatter around flattening smartphone sales, sales of devices…

  3. Gartner: Apple’s iPhone unit sales suffered worst quarterly decline since first quarter of 2016

    Global sales of smartphones to end users stalled in the fourth quarter of 2018…

  4. Apple supplier accused of forcing 200 ‘voluntary’ resignations amid iPhone slowdown

    Taoyuan’s Department of Labor will launch an investigation next week into allegations…

  5. Apple iPhone sales ‘explode’ following price cuts in China

    “Apple is seeing improved iPhone sales in China following some recent price cuts…

  6. Strategy Analytics: Apple shipped 65.9 million iPhones during holiday 2018 quarter

    Apple no longer provides quarterly unit sales figures for iPhone, but Apple CEO Tim Cook said…

  7. Apple might be making a brilliant move

    Two of the three iPhones Apple launched in the fall of 2018, the pricier iPhone XS and XS Max…

  8. You don’t need to be a computer scientist to work out why iPhone sales are down

    It must be tough being Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple. Well, perhaps we shouldn’t be too sympathetic: in 2018 he took home $15,682,219…

  9. Two things Tim Cook just did that make Apple look guilty today

    In the past couple of months, Apple CEO Tim Cook did two things that make Apple look guilty today…

  10. CEO Tim Cook on why Apple lowered first-quarter revenue forecasts

    Apple has lowered its Q1 guidance in a letter to investors from CEO Tim Cook Wednesday…

  11. Apple CEO Tim Cook issues public letter to investors, lowers guidance

    Apple today issued the following public letter to investors…

  12. Will Apple beat their guidance?

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

  13. 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…

  14. Citi cuts Q1 iPhone production estimates

    Citi Research on Friday slashed its first-quarter production estimates…

  15. 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,…

  16. 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…

  17. 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…

  18. Apple’s secret weapon

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

  19. Amazon briefly becomes most valuable company

    Amazon.com briefly became the most valuable company on Wall Street in intraday trade on Monday…

  20. Why Apple is now focusing on users, not units

    Apple is a dominant global brand that services a vast installed base that’s more valuable, influential, and lucrative than Windows was at its peak…

  21. Investment Pro: Apple’s stock is undervalued

    With the stock down more than 15 percent over the past month alone, Apple Inc. could be seen…

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

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

  23. Apple estimates cut again amid fears of sluggish iPhone demand

    Another Wall Street firm has cut expectations for Apple amid fears of soft smartphone and overall iPhone demand…

  24. Apple outgrew unit sales

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

  25. 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…

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