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Apple and Qualcomm Head Into Earnings Season With Legal Battle Settled

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have settled their legal dispute, ending a two-year battle over royalty payments and patent rights in dramatic fashion. Settling the legal dispute frees up both companies to focus on their core businesses - devices and services for Apple, high-end communication chips for Qualcomm - without a courtroom distraction in the background. Both stocks have shown gains since the settlement was made public, with Qualcomm being the greater beneficiary.

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Apple could launch AirPods with brand new design as soon as this year, top analyst says

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Apple could launch AirPods with brand new design as soon as this year, top analyst says. One model will have a similar design and price to the current version of AirPods, which costs between $159 and $199. The new wireless earbuds could launch during the fourth quarter at the earliest, according to the research. If Apple releases a more expensive and redesigned set of AirPods, it could give a significant average sales price boost to Apple's most successful new product in years. Apple does not release sales data for its headphones, but independent analyst Neil Cybart previously estimated that 40 million pairs could be sold this year.

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Why Is Apple Paying Amazon $30 Million a Month?

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Apple(NASDAQ: AAPL) and Amazon(NASDAQ: AMZN) weren't competitors in the past, but the two companies now have overlapping interests in app stores, streaming media, virtual assistants, smart speakers, tablets, and set-top boxes. Apple is gradually evolving into Amazon's ecosystem rival as it diversifies its business beyond the iPhone, but it's still tethered to Amazon in one major way: the cloud. Apple reportedly pays Amazon $30 million per month to use Amazon Web Services (AWS), the largest cloud platform in the world. Apple reduced its AWS fees by spreading its cloud services across Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) Azure and Alphabet's (NASDAQ: GOOG)(NASDAQ: GOOGL) Google Cloud Platform.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: Europe is leading the U.S. when it comes to tech regulation

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Tim Cook called for the U.S. government to pass privacy regulations on Tuesday. In Europe, GDPR isn't ideal but it's a step in the right direction, Cook said. Apple AAPL CEO Tim Coo k said on Tuesday that regulation in technology is becoming increasingly important, but he doesn't trust U.S. lawmakers to take a smart approach.

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Apple Stock Can Still Rise Even as iPhone Shipments Fall, Analyst Says

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The travails of the iPhone have influenced Apple’s financial story for several quarters, prompting the company’s strong pivot to services and the increasingly lucrative recurring-revenue subscription model.

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Watch Apple CEO Tim Cook speak at the TIME 100 Summit

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Watch Apple CEO Tim Cook speak at the TIME 100 Summit. CNBC23 April 2019, 13:52 GMT. Apple CEO Tim Cook is speaking at the TIME 100 Summit around 10 a.m. ET on Tuesday in New York City. He's expected to discuss innovation and leadership with former TIME Editor Nancy Gibbs. His appearance comes a week after Apple settled in court with chipmaker Qualcomm. The ending of the lengthy legal battle may allow Apple to move forward with iPhones equipped with 5G modems, which TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said could happen in 2020. Subscribe to CNBC on YouTube. What to read next.

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Qualcomm's surprising settlement with Apple is going to send the stock soaring even higher, Morgan Stanley says

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Qualcomm's surprising settlement with Apple is going to send the stock soaring even higher, Morgan Stanley says. The market has not yet fully adjusted the price of Qualcomm stock after its settlement with Apple last week, Morgan Stanley analysts wrote in a note on Tuesday. That means that Qualcomm stock could go as much as much as 15% higher, to a target price of $95, analyst James Faucette and his team wrote. Apple ended up paying Qualcomm a one-time payment that has been estimated to be in the billions of dollars, and bought a license to those patents and modem chips directly from Qualcomm at a price estimated to be $8 or $9 per phone.

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5G Technology: The Main Driver of Qualcomm and Apple’s Settlement

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Modem-Licensing Saga Ends as Apple and Qualcomm Settle(Continued from Prior Part)The need for 5G forced Apple to settle Apple (AAPL) is the second-largest handset maker in the world after Samsung (SSNLF), and it earns more than 60% of its revenue.

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Risks Are Mounting for Apple Stock as This Year’s Comeback Goes Too Far

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InvestorPlaceApril 23, 2019, 9:01 AM GMT. For a brief time late last year, it looked like the market was coming around to my long-held skepticism toward Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Egged on by the plunging broader market, the Apple stock price unsurprisingly fell, losing almost 24% in the final two months of the year while the Nasdaq Composite index shed 9.4%. So far in 2019, however, investors seem much less worried. The core part of the bear case for Apple — and the reason AAPL stock, even at the highs, traded at relatively low earnings multiples — is that iPhone sales growth is stalling out, and could get worse. With unit prices around $1,000, Apple can’t do much on the pricing front, either. And the iPhone still drives more than 60% of revenue even with iPhone sales dropping 15% in fiscal Q1. If those sales stay negative, Apple’s growth is going to grind to a halt.

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Teenager sues Apple for $1bn, claiming facial recognition led to false arrest

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Teenager sues Apple for $1bn, claiming facial recognition led to false arrest. The thief had reportedly used his ID, which didn't have a photo. An 18-year-old from New York has filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Apple over a false arrest he says happened because of Apple's face recognition system. Apparently, the real perpetrator used a stolen ID that had his name, address and other personal information. However, since the ID didn't have a photo, the lawsuit states Apple programmed its stores' face recognition system to associate the real thief's face with Bah's details.

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