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3 Things to Expect From Apple Inc.'s 2019 iPhones
Apple's current flagship, the iPhone X, has a front-facing camera with depth-sensing capabilities that the company markets as a "TrueDepth" camera system.
Apple Buying Cobalt Is Not About Saving Money  Seeking Alpha
Why Apple Inc.'s Next iPhone X Will Cost at Least $899
In the fall of 2017, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) introduced three new smartphones: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. The starting prices for each of these devices were $699, $799, and $999, respectively.
What Should Apple Do With Its Cash? It's Only Costing Them $38 Billion ...  Seeking Alpha
A New Low-Cost Apple Inc. iPad Is Coming Soon
This should enable a significant boost in general-purpose performance, graphics capability, and camera quality. Further, I expect Apple to upgrade the rear-facing camera to a 12 megapixel sensor (likely the one used in the iPhone 6s-series of devices ...
Did You Miss Your Chance to Buy Apple Inc. Stock?
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) had the luxury of reporting its earnings results on February 1st. As you remember, the stock market hit its highs near the end of January and saw the bottom fall out in the first few days of February.
Will Apple Inc. Shrink the Notch in the 2018 iPhone X Models?
Analysts with Barclays claim that Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) upcoming iPhone models, which should include two premium models with advanced organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays and a cheaper one with a lower-cost liquid crystal display (LCD), will ...
Apple Inc. Rumored to Be Prepping iPhone SE Upgrade With 4.2-Inch Screen  nwitimes.com
Apple Inc. Leaves Samsung Display Holding the Bag
It has been widely reported that Samsung (NASDAQOTH:SSNLF) Display is the sole supplier of the advanced organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays incorporated in Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) flagship smartphone, the iPhone X. According to Nikkei Asian ...
Focusing on Product Depth Still Works Wonders for Apple, Inc.
One of Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) greatest strengths has long been its emphasis on product depth over product breadth, focusing intently on developing a handful of things extremely well instead of spreading itself too thin across a large number of products ...
Ahead of Spotify's IPO, Apple says it's not in the music business ...  CNBC
Apple Investors Should Look Beyond Next Quarter
Fears over the iPhone X cycle are already baked into the Apple stock price, analyst Daniel Ives says. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images).
Apple is going to start storing some iCloud keys in China — and human rights ...
Now, according to Apple, for the first time the company will store the keys for Chinese iCloud accounts in China itself. That means Chinese authorities will no longer have to use the U.S.
Apple to Start Putting Sensitive Encryption Keys in China  Wall Street Journal
Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears  Reuters
Slowly But Surely, Apple Faces A Steeper Climb
Every three months, I take an exploratory look how smartphone market share is changing. And every three months, I take something of a verbal beating for suggesting that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) might not have the stranglehold on that market that its fans ...
Worldwide Smartphone Sales Declined for the First Time Ever in Q4  Investorplace.com