Topic: Keith Bachman
06/27/2011, 11:06 pm
Another analyst has countered recent reports that Apple plans to release a cheaper iPhone for the pre-paid mobile market, stating instead that the iPhone 3GS will continue to serve as the company's "low-end" handset.
07/08/2008, 07:07 am
The poor reception of Windows Vista, along with a strong Mac OS X, will help Apple continue to ship Macs at three times the industry average by the end of the spring, according to BMO Capital Markets.
02/26/2008, 12:02 pm
Investment bank BMO Capital Markets on Monday slashed its price target on shares of Apple Inc. to $140 from $160, saying it believes the company's three growth drivers -- the Mac, iPod, and iPhone -- have been reduced to just one: the Mac.
03/14/2007, 12:03 pm
Bank of America Securities this week joined a chorus of other Wall Street firms who say they believe Apple Inc. is working on flash-based notebook and video iPod designs for a release sometime later this year.
03/03/2007, 11:03 am
Analysts at Bank of America and Morgan Stanley say Apple is poised to snap up marketshare from competing smartphone producers, even though some segments, as always, would prove tough to crack.
03/02/2007, 12:03 pm
Apple Inc.'s install base of Mac OS X users will be approximately 22 million strong come the end of March, ahead of the company's next-generation Leopard operating system release, according to analysts at Bank of America Securities.
11/27/2006, 11:11 am
Prior to the weekend, Bank of America Securities increased its price target on shares of Apple Computer to $93 from $84, citing expectations of strong growth in the company's notebook segment during the 2008 fiscal year.
04/09/2006, 03:04 pm
Bank of America on Friday reduced its estimates slightly for Apple Computer's March quarter and next two fiscal years, pointing to unanswered questions about the company's potential to grow its share of the personal computer market and hints of weaker computer sales.
06/03/2005, 04:06 pm
As Apple's annual World Wide Developers Conference fast approaches, speculation is running wild as to what the company may or may not announce during the event, set to kick-off next Monday.
04/22/2005, 12:04 pm
Apple Computer could launch a new iPod product "as early as June" to help stimulate demand and market share, Banc of America Securities said today.