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Apple Inc. Nasdaq Global Select
Open: $134.2 High: $135.53 Low: $131.81 Close: $132.7
Range: 2021-04-19 - 2021-04-20
Volume: 184,185,087
Market: Extended-hours
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Apple Inc. 1 Infinite Loop Cupertino CA, 95014
Apple Inc is designs, manufactures and markets mobile communication and media devices and personal computers, and sells a variety of related software, services, accessories, networking solutions and third-party digital content and applications.
  • CEO: Timothy D. Cook
  • Employees: 123,000
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Computer Hardware
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  • Dow Jones Futures: Market Retreat Slams Leaders; Netflix Dives Late On Subscriber Miss, But 3 Stocks Flash Buy Signals

    The market rally slumped again Tuesday, hurting leaders. Netflix plunged late on weak subscribers, but 3 stocks flashed buy signals.

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  • Netflix is ‘still very much in play and ahead of the game’: Santosh Rao

    Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners, joined Yahoo Finance Live to talk Netflix's Q1 earnings and his outlook for the company.

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  • Apple Debuts Faster iPad Pro With Brighter Screen and 5G Option

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. unveiled an updated iPad Pro with a faster processor, 5G connectivity, upgraded screen and new cameras, offering a more powerful version of its priciest tablet aimed at workers and students returning to offices and schools.The new models come in the same 11-inch and 12.9-inch screen sizes as the previous version, and they look nearly identical to the iPad Pro design introduced in 2018. The latest devices include the company’s M1 processor from the Mac that Apple said is far faster than the A12Z chip in the previous iPad Pro launched about a year ago.The iPad generated $8.4 billion in revenue during Apple’s key holiday quarter of 2020, the most since 2014. Sales jumped on demand from people working and studying at home during the pandemic. The Cupertino, California-based technology giant is betting on these upgrades to maintain interest in the tablet line, which debuted Tuesday as part of Apple’s product event.The new iPad Pro also includes a MiniLED screen, dubbed by Apple as the Liquid Retina XDR Display, which the company said will enable brighter colors, more details and improved contrast ratios. The new screen, however, is only available on the pricier and larger 12.9-inch model. Apple will also for the first time offer iPads with fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless connectivity, expanding its 5G portfolio from the iPhone 12 line.Apple updated the iPad Pro’s camera system, too, with a new 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera on the front and an improved low-light sensor on the back. The company also announced an updated Magic Keyboard that comes in a new white color.The new iPad Pros go on sale April 30 and will start at $799 for the 11-inch model. The 12.9-inch version with the MiniLED screen will start at $1,099. Models that are 5G-capable will cost extra, and storage tiers will range to as much as 2 terabytes for the first time. Bloomberg News reported on the new iPads last month.Apple has increasingly used its expertise in custom chip development to give it a leg up on the competition. The company started transitioning its Mac personal computers to its internally-designed processors last year, dropping components from Intel Corp. The M1 chip in the new iPads is the same chip inside of the latest MacBook Air, entry-level MacBook Pro, Mac mini and new iMac.The company said that the processor will enable new professional apps and improved rendering for augmented reality. It has eight main computing cores and eight graphics cores, the same as in the Mac chips. That’s more than the A14 processor in the iPhone 12 and cheaper iPad Air, which have six main computing cores and four graphics cores.Apple said the new iPad Pros will include a Thunderbolt connector for the first time, allowing compatibility with additional accessories such as external monitors. This also lets the iPad sync with some external storage drives at faster speeds. While the port is updated, it is the same size as the USB-C connector on the previous iPad Pro. That means users won’t need to buy new chargers.(Updates with other coverage after second paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Apple Launching New iMac That Starts at $1,299

    Apr.20 -- Apple Inc. rolled out the first redesign of its flagship desktop iMac computer in almost a decade, showcasing its latest machine with in-house designed chips instead of those made by Intel Corp. The iMac will start at $1,299. Emily Chang reports.

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  • Apple’s Big Crackdown on Digital Ad Tracking Hits Next Week

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. said its iOS 14.5 software update will roll out next week, introducing changes to ad tracking that will upend digital marketing and roil the business models of Facebook Inc. and other developers.The company made the disclosure as part of the release of new iPad Pros and other products on Tuesday. The controversial change in iOS 14.5 requires users to opt-in to tracking for personalized advertising. Developers expect to lose revenue because most consumers won’t bother to opt in. Apple has said users should decide how their data is used.Read more: Apple’s New Privacy Zeal Is a Threat to Small App DevelopersThe iOS 14.5 update also lets users unlock their iPhones with Face ID while using a mask by leveraging a worn Apple Watch as an added layer of authentication. Other updates included new voices in Siri, a refreshed Podcast app, additional emojis and enhancements to the Maps app.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Apple Debuts AirTags Item Trackers, New iMacs, iPads At Spring Product Launch

    Consumer electronics giant Apple on Tuesday introduced item trackers called AirTags and new iMac desktop computers running Apple-designed processors. Apple stock fell on Tuesday.

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  • 4 Dow Jones Stocks To Buy And Watch In April 2021: Apple Sells Off Amid 'Spring Loaded' Event

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average remain near record highs at the end of March, as the current stock market rally continues. The best Dow Jones stocks to buy and watch in April 2021 are Apple, Boeing, Disney and Microsoft.

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  • Apple event: New iPad, iPhone colour, Apple TV, iMac and everything else announced during live launch video

    Apple is holding its first event of the year, releasing a whole host of new products. Here’s everything the company has announced so far, including new iPhone colours and AirTags. Apple is also now bringing that aforementioned M1 chip to the iPad Pro.

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  • Apple AirTag: Small tracking tile finally launched to allow people to use iPhone to find other objects

    Apple has finally launched its AirTags, allowing the iPhone to find other objects. The small pucks can be attached to things – such as bags, keys, or anything else that might be lost – and then found using technology in the iPhone. It does that using the U1 chip inside the iPhone, which can precisely find other objects.

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  • New iPad Pro: Apple brings its M1 chip to its tablet during live event

    Apple is releasing a new version of the iPad Pro – with its well-regarded computer chip inside. It calls the one in the iPad “Liquid Retina XDR”, and said that bringing it to the iPad was an “enormous challenge”.

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  • New iMac: Apple reveals colourful new desktop computers with its own chips inside

    Apple has revealed an entirely new version of the iMac, including a completely overhauled, colourful design. It is also the first iMac to make use Apple’s own chips, which debuted in its MacBook Air, Pro and Mac Mini last year. Apple said it was the first computer to be designed around that chip, and that the new and smaller size of the new computer would not be possible without the new technologies inside that chip.

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  • Apple launches paid-for podcast subscription service

    Apple has made a push into paid-for podcasts, allowing users to subscribe to advertising free versions of the audio shows and intensifying its rivalry with Spotify. The iPhone maker announced that it would allow podcast creators to sell subscriptions through a redesigned app, with Apple itself taking a cut of up to 30pc, from next month. It came as Apple sought to continue a winning streak of successful hardware launches with a new iMac computer, high-end iPad Pro and AirTags, a device that lets iPhone owners keep track of items like keys and suitcases. Apple was an early backer of podcasts, letting users download shows to their iPods as early as 2003, and its own Podcast app remains a major portal for the booming industry. However, it has so far not followed Spotify and Amazon in selling access to exclusive shows or producing original content. At a virtual event on Tuesday, the company unveiled a service called Podcast Subscriptions which it said would let creators charge monthly or annually for access to individual shows or “channels” that could include multiple podcasts. It will take a 30pc cut of subscriptions, or 15pc after the first year, a fee structure similar to app subscriptions. While most podcasts are currently supported by advertising, subscribing could mean shows without adverts, extra episodes, or receiving episodes before they are more widely published. It is one of Apple’s first pushes into the so-called “creator economy”, a booming industry in which individual artists, writers and public figures sell their work to fans. However, some of the podcast makers to sign up at launch include established media brands such as NPR, the Los Angeles Times and sports outfit The Athletic. Apple’s new iMac and iPad Pro will include the company’s M1 chip, an Apple processor first unveiled last year that uses technology designed by Britain’s Arm, rather than Intel, long seen as the standard in computers.

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  • Dow Jones Slumps 300 Points, But IBM Flashes Buy Signal; Apple Debuts New iMacs, iPad Pro Tablets

    The Dow Jones help up better than the Nasdaq again Tuesday, helped by strong showings from IBM, Johnson & Johnson and Amgen.

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  • This chart shows the deluge of corporate spending on technology since 1980

    Think big tech stocks are too toppy? That chart shows about half of corporate capital expenditures are going toward technology, up from only 24% in 1980.

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  • Apple Launches Redesigned iMac Desktop With Colors, Custom Chip

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. rolled out the first redesign of its flagship desktop iMac computer in almost a decade, showcasing its latest machine with in-house designed chips instead of those made by Intel Corp.The Cupertino, California-based technology giant showed off the new iMacs, which come in a new 24-inch screen size, up from 21.5-inches on the previous entry-level model, Tuesday at its product event. The new iMacs are far thinner than their predecessors and have slimmer edges. They also come in seven different colors, have a 1080p camera, better speakers and improved microphones for video conferencing.The computers run Apple’s M1 custom processor that was first released in the MacBook Air, entry-level MacBook Pro and Mac mini last year. By shifting the iMac to its own processors, the company has now replaced Intel chips for its own designs in most of the Mac line. Apple plans to launch higher-end MacBook Pros with its own chips later this year and well as a smaller Mac Pro desktop computer with an Apple processor by next year, Bloomberg News has reported. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. typically makes Apple’s chips. The new iMac starts at $1,299 compared with $1,099 for the previous model with Intel chips. Apple last redesigned the iMac in 2012. The company didn’t announce upgrades to the larger and more powerful iMac models.The new machines also include a upgraded power adapter that can magnetically attach to the back of the iMac and four USB-C ports. The company is also offering three new keyboard options for the new iMacs: a standard color-matched one, a keyboard with a Touch ID fingerprint scanner, and another with a fingerprint scanner and a number pad. The company is also offering new mouses and trackpads that are color-matched to the iMacs.While much of the computer industry focuses on laptops, the iMac remains a key part of Apple’s portfolio. The first iMac, launched in 1998, has been credited with helping Apple escape bankruptcy and steer a path toward becoming the world’s most valuable company. The all-in-one desktop line is popular with professionals and consumers seeking large screens at relatively affordable prices.The launch of new iMacs comes as businesses and schools begin to re-open after vaccines for Covid-19 have become more readily available in some countries. Some business may require new equipment for those returning to the office, which could boost sales of the iMac.The Mac line generated about $8.7 billion in the fiscal first quarter ended in December, the most during a holiday period in years. Bloomberg News reported on the new iMac design earlier this year.(Updates with TSMC chip partnership in third paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • Apple debuts Apple TV 4K with improved remote, color balancing feature

    Apple has debuted a new Apple TV 4K with unique Siri remote and color balancing capabilities.

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  • Apple puts its custom chips into colorful new iMacs, upgraded iPad Pro

    Apple Inc. is spicing up its iMac and iPad Pro lines with new devices featuring the company's custom M1 chip.

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  • iOS 14.5: Major and controversial new iPhone update release date coming next week, Apple says

    Apple will release iOS 14.5, a significant and controversial update to the iPhone, next week, it has confirmed. It also includes the ability to unlock a phone with an Apple Watch, to make it easier to use the iPhone while wearing a mask. The introduction of the feature has put Apple into a public fight with advertisers including Facebook, which has said that it will make a material difference to its business.

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  • Apple event live blog: New iPad Pro, iMac, AirTags and more unveiled at ‘Spring Loaded’ launch

    Apple has held a major event to release a whole host of new products. New versions of the iPad, iMac, and AirPods were unveiled, as well as the first official announcement of Apple’s AirTags for item tracking. Other announcements included a new iPhone colour and updates for Apple TV, Apple Card and the Podcasts app.

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  • Apple Just Announced a New iPad, iMac, and AppleTV. Its Stock Is Still Down.

    Apple announced a new, much-anticipated iPad Pro at its “Spring Loaded” event on Tuesday. The company also announced new colorful iMacs.

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