Investment bank J.P. Morgan is reiterating its favorable view on shares of Apple, Inc this week, saying it sees several catalysts to earnings upside in 2020 that could drive a further re-rating of the company's shares to a 20X price-to-earnings (P/E) multiple.
China, the world's largest smartphone market, has been nothing short of a moving target for Apple. A salvo of shots fired by top analysts this week only evidences one thing: the only near-term certainty with Apple and China may be more uncertainty.
Apple's 2019 iPhone lineup allegedly won't look much different from the company's current offerings outside of some frosted glass, new technologies like "bilateral" wireless charging, ultra-wide band for enhanced indoor positioning, and a triple-lens camera, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Apple will finally get around to releasing its AirPower wireless charging mat and a future generation of AirPods in the first half of 2019, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Among three all-new Mac products expected to debut from Apple in 2019 are an "easy-to-upgrade" Mac Pro and a 31.6-inch Apple 6K display with high-end backlight technology, according to well-informed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Apple's next-generation of iPhones due out during the second half of 2019 will reportedly jettison LCP-based antenna technology that it first adopted for the iPhone X for MPI, which should improve both costs and production yields.
Today only, AppleInsider readers can stack discounts to grab a 32GB Apple TV for $109.00 or a 64GB Apple TV for $149.00. Or pick up one of Apple's new Magic accessories for the Mac at record low prices after a rebate, including the new Magic Keyboard for $77, Magic Mouse 2 for $52, and Magic Trackpad 2 for $96. Plus, shipping is free and there's no tax for customers outside NY and NJ.
Looking to purchase one of Apple's high-end 15-inch MacBook Pros with Touch Bar but seeking instant gratification? You could be in luck: Apple authorized reseller B&H Photo has just taken receipt of several new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models — including the (2.7GHz 16GB 512GB Radeon 455) configuration — which are ready to ship out tomorrow with free expedited shipping and no sales tax in 49 states.
For the next few hours only, or until supplies run out, Apple authorized reseller B&H Photo is offering the lowest price we've ever seen on Apple's brand new 9.7" iPad Pro (128GB, Wi-Fi + 4G LTE, Rose Gold) at $629 with free shipping an no sales tax outside NY.
While they last, Apple authorized reseller B&H Photo has limited stock of Apple's new 15-inch MacBook Pro (2.6GHz 16GB 256GB Radeon 450) in both Space Gray and Silver, the latter of which is also marked down $50 to $2,349 — the lowest price we've seen for this configuration when in-stock and ready-to-ship.
Apple authorized power-reseller B&H Photo has just launched its Apple Black Friday sale, with 9.7" iPad Pros from $529, iPad Airs from $369, 12" MacBooks from $1,199, 13" MacBook Airs from $849, 13" MacBook Pros from $1,149, 15" MacBook Pros from $1,699, 21" iMacs Has from $999, 21" iMac 4Ks from $1,349, 27" iMac 5Ks from $1,599, and Mac minis from $429 — all with free shipping and no sales tax in 49 states.
One more Apple Black Friday deal has just landed, offering a handful of first-gen Apple Watch models for under $200 with no tax outside NY, including 38mm Apple Watch Sport models for $169.95 and 42mm Apple Watch Sport models for $189.95. Additionally, save between $270 and $600 on the more premium stainless steel family of Apple Watches with prices starting at just $299.
Grab one while they last: MacMall on Monday became the first reseller to reflect availability of all 8 different retail configurations of Apple's Late 2016 MacBook Pros with Touch Bar, which the Apple authorized reseller will begin shipping out as soon as the next day. In addition to skipping the 4-5 week wait at Apple, MacMall is also knocking $15 to $34 off each model.
Extremely Limited: While supplies last, grab Apple's 13" MacBook Air (Early 2015) with 128GB of storage and 3 full years of AppleCare extended warranty protection (a $250 value) for the unbelievably low price of $749 with no sales tax if you live outside NY. Or step up to a model with 256GB of storage for just $80 more.
The start to the educational buying season is delivering the lowest prices we've seen all year on a wide assortment of custom configured 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros ($200-400 off), as well as the standard iMac 4K configuration ($1,299) and standard iMac 5K configuration ($1,599) — all of which include free shipping and no sales tax outside NY.
Beat the 2-3 week wait at Apple and grab an unlocked iPhone SE at a slight discount before they're gone. Or grab the lowest price of the year on Apple's new iMac 4K at $1,299, a Gold 12-inch MacBook for $999, or a 2.8GHz Mac mini for $899 — all with free shipping and no sales tax in 49 states. An iPad Air for $270 is also up for grabs.
Apple resellers on Tuesday are offering some of the first discounts on 2016 12-inch MacBooks, while a few remaining 2015 models are marked down as low as $964. Meanwhile, grab a 128GB 12.9" iPad Pro with WiFi+LTE for just $799 (or upgrade to a MacBook Air for the same price). Also a DJI Phantom 4 bundle includes 2 additional batteries and a $150 eBay Gift Card to back out their cost.
Despite a recent trip by Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook to meet with local officials, the Indian government on Monday announced that it will not allow the company to sell refurbished iPhones in its country.
The first material discounts on Apple's brand new 9.7-inch iPad Pros have landed over at B&H Photo, with the Apple authorized reseller slashing $50 and even $80 off 128GB and 256GB models. Each also includes free expedited shipping and no tax outside NY.
For a limited time this week, grab the lowest price ever offered on Apple's 12.9" iPad Pro (128GB, WiFi, Silver) at $745 ($204 off). Or pick up a new 13" MacBook Pro for $1,149 or 15" MacBook Pro for $1,799, both with no sales tax outside NY.
Microsoft's steady decline in the mobile phone business continues, as the Redmond, Wash., company announced on Wednesday that it will sell the feature phone division it acquired from Nokia to a subsidiary of manufacturer Foxconn for $350 million.