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Saturday, February 09


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Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Given “Buy” Rating at Citigroup – Fairfield Current

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Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)‘s stock had its “buy” rating reissued by research analysts at Citigroup in a note issued to investors on Wednesday, January 30th. UBS Group set a $250.00 target price on Apple and gave the stock a “buy” rating in a research report on Monday, October 8th. One equities research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, twenty-four have assigned a hold rating and twenty-two have issued a buy rating to the stock. The company’s stock had a trading volume of 23,785,836 shares, compared to its average volume of 31,230,916.

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Friday, February 08


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Grant Thompson: Apple to pay teenager who discovered FaceTime bug

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Apple is going to pay the American teenager who discovered a security flaw in the company’s FaceTime system. Grant Thompson, a 14-year-old from Arizona, found a bug that meant he could listen in to group chats on the video-calling service. The bug meant an iPhone could be turned into a live microphone while using Group FaceTime, with callers able to activate another person’s microphone remotely even before the person has accepted or rejected the call. Grant Thompson and his mother said they tried to contact the company about the problem for more than a week before Apple turned off the group-chat feature.

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People are holding on to their iPhones for a lot longer, spelling trouble for Apple, says analyst

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Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi said on Friday that people are holding onto iPhones longer, which may spell trouble for Apple. Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi said in a note to investors on Friday that people are holding onto their iPhones longer than ever before, which may spell trouble for Apple AAPL as consumers upgrade to new models less often.

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Apple, Facebook, Alphabet and Qualcomm

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Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Apple is not recommended now because of the softening in its key product category. But there’s huge opportunity for the company to grow in the future, as evident from the commentary from Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty. At nearly 13% of revenue and 63% gross margin, the growth in services is beginning to make a difference. And what with the huge installed base (900 million iPhones, according to the CFO) and new service offerings slated to launch this year as well as the promise of better security, growth is unlikely to slow down any time soon. But Apple is still an iPhone company until its other efforts make a bigger contribution to revenue, which explains why the Zacks Consensus Estimates have come tumbling down post earnings (10.9% for the March quarter and 7.6% for June). Apple temporarily revoked broad approvals in the form of enterprise certificates to Facebook and Alphabet that allowed them to work on app store versions of their apps, including Maps, Hangouts and Gmail in Google’s case and Instagram and others in Facebook’s case.

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Is Improved Female Health Tracking for Apple Watch on the Way?

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Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) began to steer its Apple Watch smartwatch more directly at the health market when it released the Series 4 in October. One feature was noticeably missing from its efforts, and its an area where rival Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) holds a smartwatch lead: female health tracking. However, it appears that as part of its focus on health, Apple is moving to address this issue. “If you zoom out into the future, and you look back, and you ask the question, ‘What was Apple’s greatest contribution to mankind,’ it will be about health. Because our business has always been about enriching people’s lives. And as we’ve gotten into healthcare more and more through the Watch and through other things that we’ve created with ResearchKit and CareKit and putting your medical records on the iPhone, this is a huge deal.”. According to CNBC’s sources, Dr. Curry will be working on various issues across Apple’s current health teams, but given her background and focus on women’s health it is expected she will be bolstering Apple’s efforts in that area. Although the company does offer a Reproductive Health feature as part of HealthKit, it is not particularly well regarded and third-party app makers have been stepping in to fill the void. How the Apple Watch Could Benefit.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook to address Tulane's spring commencement

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Tulane University's spring commencement speaker will be Apple CEO Tim Cook. Tulane President Mike Fitts said in a Thursday statement that Cook represents the kind of success the university wants for all of its graduates. Cook, who grew up in Robertsdale, Alabama, was a Fuqua Scholar at Duke University where he earned a master's degree in business administration. He has been named "Person of the Year" by The Financial Times and has received the Newseum's Free Speech Award, which recognizes prominent people who use their position to take a public stand on social issues.

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Friday’s Vital Data: Twitter, Apple and Boeing

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Heading into the open, futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average are down 0.47% and S&P 500 futures are lower by 0.52%. The uptick in put activity left a mark at the CBOE, with the single-session equity put/call volume ratio ramping to 0.7 — a two-week high. TWTR stock fell 9.8% on Thursday amid heavy trading. On the options trading front, calls popularity won the day.

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Apple Looks Really Serious About Building This Key Component

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Apple Looks Really Serious About Building This Key Component. Ashraf Eassa, The Motley FoolMotley FoolFebruary 8, 2019, 2:00 PM GMT. According to a new report from Reuters, Apple has made an internal organization change that lends further credence to the fact that the company is, in fact, building its own modems. According to Reuters, Apple "has moved its modem chip engineering effort into its in-house hardware technology group from its supply chain unit." Great chip leadership. Although it's not clear when Apple might deploy its own cellular modems, the reality is that when Apple has put its vast resources behind bringing chip technologies in-house, those efforts generally yield compelling in-house solutions over time.

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Will Apple’s Outlook Stay Intact This Time Around?

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Key Apple Updates: iPhone Pricing, Service Business, Outlook(Continued from Prior Part)Apple cut December quarter outlookApple (AAPL) expects its revenue in the quarter ending in March to come in between $55 billion and $59 billion. For the December.

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Apple threatens to remove iPhone apps caught recording user activity without consent

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Apple threatens to remove iPhone apps caught recording user activity without consent. Apple on Thursday threatened to remove applications from the App Store if they record users' actions without their explicit permission. Earlier this week, TechCrunch reported that iPhone apps from Expedia, Air Canada and Hollister were using "session replay" software from a company named Glassbox that allowed them to record a user's actions, such as screen taps and swipes, while using an application. "Our App Store Review Guidelines require that apps request explicit user consent and provide a clear visual indication when recording, logging, or otherwise making a record of user activity. We have notified the developers that are in violation of these strict privacy terms and guidelines, and will take immediate action if necessary."

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