AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
191.40
+0.49 (+0.26%)
As of 1:16PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close190.91
Open189.75
Bid191.15 x 1400
Ask191.15 x 1200
Day's Range189.20 - 191.49
52 Week Range147.30 - 194.20
Volume8,426,863
Avg. Volume26,395,034
Market Cap940.758B
Beta1.14
PE Ratio (TTM)18.51
EPS (TTM)10.34
Earnings DateJul 31, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.57%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-11
1y Target Est201.21
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Apple's App Store revenue nearly double that of Google Play in first half of 2018
    TechCrunch23 hours ago

    Apple's App Store revenue nearly double that of Google Play in first half of 2018

    Apple's App Store continues to outpace Google Play on revenue. In the first

  • Why Apple Is Stumbling in India
    Market Realist16 minutes ago

    Why Apple Is Stumbling in India

    Apple (AAPL) has been pushing hard to increase its market share in India, which has become the fastest-growing smartphone market, overtaking China. Bloomberg has reported that Apple has lost key sales executives in the country in the last few weeks, including its national sales and distribution head. The high-profile departures may be a sign of Apple’s issues in the country.

  • CNBC1 hour ago

    How to put your medical history on your iPhone in less than 5 minutes

    Apple Health records is an amazingly easy way to see lab results, allergies, medications, vital sign recordings and more all on your iPhone. You can import your medical history from your health provider if they're supported. Apple supports hundreds of hospitals and is adding more all the time.

  • How to put your medical history on your iPhone in less than 5 minutes
    CNBC1 hour ago

    How to put your medical history on your iPhone in less than 5 minutes

    Apple Health records lets you import your health history right to your iPhone in just a couple of minutes. Here's how to get set up and what it shows you.

  • 3 Stocks the World's Best Investors Are Buying Right Now
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    3 Stocks the World's Best Investors Are Buying Right Now

    The world's top investors are betting big on Apple, Newfield Exploration, and Alphabet.

  • Apple won't replace faulty MacBook Pro keyboards with the improved ones
    Mashable Tech2 hours ago

    Apple won't replace faulty MacBook Pro keyboards with the improved ones

    If you own a 2016 or 2017 MacBook Pro and its faulty keyboard is in need of a repair or replacement, we have some bad news: Apple won't be "fixing" your machine by upgrading it to the new and improved keyboard on the new 2018 MacBook Pros. The new third-generation "butterfly switch" keyboard is exclusive to the new MacBook Pros, according to MacRumors. SEE ALSO: What it's like to type on the new MacBook Pro keyboard Apple reportedly told the publication Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers will not be able to replace second-generation MacBook Pro keyboards with those from the latest models. That means if you've got a MacBook Pro with a keyboard that could become unusable from specks of dust getting lodged underneath the keys, the only replacement you're getting is the same exact thing. Which means the problem could return again later. There are a couple reasons why Apple might not want to or be able to replace busted keyboards with the improved third-gen models. The most obvious reason is the third-gen keyboards have a different internal design and can't simply be transplanted onto the old ones. While they may appear identical from the outside, the new keyboards are unlikely to fit properly in the old MacBook Pros. As MacRumors points out: "The keyboard is actually one part of a larger component called the 'top case,' which also has a glued-in battery, and the internal design could be tweaked in 2018 mode." The other reason is equally as obvious: Replacing the keyboards would be admitting there was a defect in the first place. Even with multiple lawsuits filed against Apple alleging the keyboards were designed with knowing flaws, the company has downplayed the issues, saying it only affects a small percentage of machines. It sucks that Apple's not going to take care of old MacBook Pro customers by upgrading their keyboards with the new ones that come a thin silicone layer to keep debris out, but expecting them to was always going to be a long shot.  If you've got MacBook Pro with a faulty keyboard, the best you can really do is pray the repaired keyboard is more reliable, or buy the new MacBook Pro. And if you do decide to buy a new one, just know this: Major repairs may not be possible until August or September, depending on the severity of the damage and what parts need to be replaced. WATCH: Huawei's MateBook X Pro is a MacBook Pro killer

  • Amazon has tons of Apple MacBooks on sale for Prime Day, but you better hurry
    Mashable Tech3 hours ago

    Amazon has tons of Apple MacBooks on sale for Prime Day, but you better hurry

    I think it's safe to say that Apple rules the world right now. Whether its constantly upgrading to the newest iPhone year after year or getting a new MacBook for work, nearly everyone has at least one Apple device. That doesn't mean Apple products are cheap thought — quite the opposite, in fact. Well relax, Prime Day is here to help out. SEE ALSO: Best laptop deals for Amazon Prime Day 2018 If you find yourself in need of a new laptop, Amazon has plenty of MacBooks on sale as part of Prime Day. MacBooks are among the most popular and in-demand laptops on the market today. But they typically run a little on the expensive side. That means almost any deal on MacBooks is a good deal. Thanks to Prime Day, there are some very, very good deals to take advantage of: Apple Z0TV00053 13.3" Space Gray MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Late 2016) — $1,599.99 (list price $1,799.99) Apple MacBook (Early 2016) 12" Notebook — $989.99 (list price $1,299.99) Apple Z0TE0LL/A Macbook (Early 2016) 12" Laptop — $1,099.99 (list price $1,399.99) Apple MMM62LL/A 13.3" MacBook Air (Early 2015) Laptop — $1,249.99 (list price $1,549.99) Apple 15" Macbook Pro with Touch Bar (Late 2016) — $1,649.99 (list price $2,199.99) Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" Laptop (Late 2016) — $1,599.99 (list price $2,199.99) Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop (Early 2015) — $1,049.99 (list price $1,399.99) Apple 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Late 2016) —$1,699.99 (list price $2,249.99) More Amazon Prime Day 2018 coverage: Echo devices went on sale early These are all the Amazon devices on sale for Prime Day Best deals on headphones Fitness trackers and smartwatches on sale Laptops and monitors on sale for Prime Day Prime Day is when dongle hell finally freezes over Save with these deals for your furry friends Subscribe to the Mashable Deals newsletter Follow Mashable Deals on Twitter

  • Will Netflix's Subscriber Addition Dip Heat Up Streaming War?
    Zacks4 hours ago

    Will Netflix's Subscriber Addition Dip Heat Up Streaming War?

    An increasing number of companies are planning to launch their streaming service and are fast trying to invade Netflix's space.

  • Your first trade for Tuesday, July 17
    CNBC4 hours ago

    Your first trade for Tuesday, July 17

    The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.

  • Why the US-China Trade War May Not Affect Apple Much
    Market Realist5 hours ago

    Why the US-China Trade War May Not Affect Apple Much

    Apple (AAPL) stock fell 1.3% on July 11 as a result of the escalating US-China trade war, while the tech-heavy NASDAQ Composite fell 0.6%. The Trump administration announced on July 10 that it would assess 10% tariffs on an additional $200 billion in Chinese goods. Apple’s stock performance has been choppy over the last couple of months due to the trade tensions.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 hours ago

    Big Tech's Growth Comes With a Big Bill

    By being so big and still growing so fast, the world’s largest technology companies are in uncharted territory. Combined annual revenue for the world’s five largest companies by market value already tops the gross domestic product of 90% of the world’s countries.

  • Motley Fool16 hours ago

    The Scoop on Xiaomi

    Investors now have a chance to buy into the "Apple of China." Here’s what you should know before diving in.

  • Reuters16 hours ago

    Ex-Apple employee pleads not guilty in trade secret case

    Federal officials on July 12 indicted Xiaolang Zhang on a single count of trade secret theft, alleging that Zhang had stolen a 25-page blueprint for a circuit board designed to be used in an autonomous vehicle, according to the indictment filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

  • BAML: Augmented Reality Offers Advantage For Apple
    Investing.com5 hours ago

    BAML: Augmented Reality Offers Advantage For Apple

    Investing.com - Augmented reality could become "another competitive advantage" for Apple, according to Bank of America (NYSE:BAC).In a note to clients, the Wall Street firm said Apple's move into augmented reality, AR, could mean $8 billion in new revenue between now and 2020 through higher iPhone and AppStore sales.Bank of America says more 1 billion Apple devices are already equipped with apps for augmented reality-- an interactive technology which superimposes an image on the user's view of the actual world. The firm says AR apps "will command a price premium" and are becoming more common in the marketplace. Bank of America also increased its 12-month, stock price target for Apple from $225 to $230 a share, partly because of AR's potential.Apple shares (NASDAQ:AAPL) are up 28% in the past 12 months. The company is expected to report earnings on July 31.