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AAPL Jun 2026 275.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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3.90000.0000 (0.00%)
As of 11:08AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close3.9000
Open3.9000
Bid0.0000
Ask0.0000
Strike275.00
Expire Date2026-06-18
Day's Range3.9000 - 3.9000
Contract RangeN/A
Volume2
Open InterestN/A
  • Yahoo Finance

    Apple looks to Southeast Asia, India as hedge against China difficulties

    Apple is looking to increase its manufacturing presence in Southeast Asia and its market share in India as China troubles loom.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Apple has an uphill climb ahead in Chinese markets: Analyst

    While Apple (AAPL) deals with a lawsuit by the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Magnificent Seven member stock could be losing ground in one of its most valuable markets: China. Recently, reports have shown that iPhone sales have slumped in China. Is Apple up for the challenge to reinvigorate its position in international markets and how will all this manifest in its May 2 earnings release? TECHnalysis Research President and Chief Analyst Bob O'Donnell joins Yahoo Finance to give insight into Apple's largest problems in the domestic US market and abroad, and how the iPhone maker might go about solving them. "Between the iPhone sales, between the geopolitical issues in China, which is still a very big market for them, and now they're having to do a little bit more of what the Chinese government is requesting, Huawei is getting stronger in China. There's nationalistic movements there to try and pull some of the US companies out. The car project was canceled, which I think, in the long run, was the right thing to do, but it could have been interesting earlier if they kind of figured out a different path," O'Donnell lists off. "And of course, then, gen AI, what are they doing with gen AI? That's what everyone wants to know." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

  • Reuters

    Apple loses top spot in China market with shipments down 6.6% in Q1, data shows

    Honor and Huawei were tied for the top spot, with Honor's market share rising to 17.1% and Huawei's share climbing to 17%, IDC said, while the iPhone maker's market share fell to 15.6%. The IDC declares a statistical tie when the difference between the share of revenue or shipments between two or more vendors is 0.1% or less. "Apple's price promotions in the quarter were unable to mitigate the impact of the intense competition from Android players," Arthur Guo, senior research analyst at IDC China said in the report.