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Apple's Refurbished Mac Store is its best-kept secret where you can buy devices in perfect condition with a nice little discount — here are the best deals (AAPL)

Apple's Certified Refurbished Store is one of the company's best-kept secrets. You can find nice discounts on older and current-generation devices, including Macs and iPhones. We've rounded up the best deals you can get right now on Apple's Refurbished Store.  Apple has a web store that's hard to find on its main website called the "Certified Refurbished Store." It's a place where Apple sells most of its devices for a nice little discount. And not all of them are older models. Some refurbishe...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Macbook Pro, Aapl, Apple s Refurbished Mac Store, Apple s Refurbished Store Apple


Why Comma.ai, Maker of Self-Driving Tech, is Moving to San Diego

Tech salaries may not be as high outside of Silicon Valley, but neither is the cost of operating a business—or the cost of living.San Diego’s startup community has rejoiced in recent months as massive companies that employ thousands of engineers—including Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), and the tech arm of Walmart (NYSE: WMT)—have announced expansions in the region.Local entrepreneurs hope that investment will make other tech businesses, including early-stage companies, more comfor...
Tags: Startups, Elon Musk, Hardware, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Tech, Tesla, Bloomberg, Palo Alto, Software, San Diego, Silicon Valley, Self-driving Cars, George Hotz, Aapl, Ashlee Vance


Two winning photos from Apple’s 2019 photography competition were shot with iPhones that launched almost three years ago (AAPL)

Two of the winners of Apple's recent "Shot on iPhone" challenge came from an iPhone 7.  The iPhone 7 was released in 2016, proving that even older iPhones can still take fantastic photos. Six of the photos were taken with Apple's latest iPhone XS phones that were released in 2018. Apple announced the winners of its "Shot on iPhone" competition earlier this month, and two of the winners came from an unlikely iPhone model.  Two photos taken with the 2016 iPhone 7 were chosen by Apple and its pa...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Iceland, Samsung Galaxy, Aapl, Lu, Austin Mann, Kaiann Drance


Apple just updated the iMac for the first time since 2017 with a big performance boost (AAPL)

Apple just refreshed its 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac models with more powerful processors and faster graphics. It's the first time Apple has updated the iMac since 2017. Both new models are available online immediately and arrive in Apple Stores next week.  Apple has introduced upgraded models of its 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMacs that bring speedier performance and faster graphics, marking the first time Apple has refreshed its iMac line of all-in-one desktops since 2017. The new 21.5-inch Retin...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Trends, Intel, Netflix, Dell, Intel Xeon, Aapl, Apple Stores, Radeon Pro Vega


Apple is holding a big event a week from now — here's everything it's expected to announce (AAPL)

Apple has scheduled an event for March 25, when it's expected to introduce new services focusing on video streaming and news subscriptions. Sales of Apple's iPhone have been slowing. Though Apple is likely to announce its video service this month, the service is not expected to launch until the spring. Apple made headlines recently when it sent out media invites to a March 25 event, where it's widely expected to unveil its long-rumored video service and a news-subscription platform. An expans...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Trends, Bloomberg, Netflix, Jennifer Aniston, Starz, Hulu, Oprah, Wall Street Journal, Hailee Steinfeld, Steven Spielberg, Cnbc, Aapl, Bernstein


Stanford scientists just gave us an unprecedented look at how well the Apple Watch detects heart problems (AAPL)

Two months ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company's "greatest contribution to mankind" would be in health. A new study led by Stanford researchers provides a glimpse at how that vision is beginning to take shape. The preliminary analysis suggests that the Apple Watch can accurately detect some heart problems. But there are caveats. For one, the study didn't include the most recent Apple Watch, which has an extra feature that helps detect heart problems. The study looked at whether the watch ...
Tags: Apple, Stanford, Trends, Tim Cook, Food And Drug Administration, New Orleans, Silicon Valley, Apple Watch, Stanford University, Aapl, American College of Cardiology, Facebook Google, Stanford School of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College, Atrial, Larry Husten


Apple is holding a big event this month — here's everything it's expected to announce (AAPL)

Apple is holding an event on March 25 during which it's expected to introduce new services focusing on video streaming and news subscriptions. The announcement will come as sales of Apple's iPhone have been slowing. Although Apple will likely announce its video service this month, it's not expected to launch until the spring.  Apple made headlines this week when it sent out media invites to an event on March 25, where it's widely expected to unveil its long-rumored video service and a news su...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Trends, Bloomberg, Netflix, Jennifer Aniston, Starz, Hulu, Oprah, Wall Street Journal, Hailee Steinfeld, Steven Spielberg, Cnbc, Aapl, Bernstein


Apple's iPhone sales are starting to stabilize in China, Morgan Stanley says (AAPL)

China's demand for iPhones appears to be stabilizing according to data compiled by Morgan Stanley. The iPhone's increased market share in China is due to cutting prices amid a weakening smartphone market in the country. Apple earlier warned investors on fourth-quarter revenue, citing a steep drop in demand in China iPhone sales. Watch Apple trade live. iPhone demand in China, a key weakness driving down Apple's stock recently, appears to be stabilizing according to new research from Morgan S...
Tags: Apple, China, Trends, Ubs, Morgan Stanley, Aapl, Huberty, Tim Arcuri, Arcuri, China Morgan Stanley, Katy Huberty Apple


Apple's App Store fees are coming under increasing pressure from Spotify, Netflix, and regulators. Cutting them could lower its earnings by 10% next year. (AAPL)

Apple could lose billions of dollars in revenue and earnings if it's forced to cut the commissions it charges on sales through its app store, said analysts who cover the company. App-store fees charged by Apple, Google, and others like Steam have come under increasing pressure. Some developers have routed around them, and Spotify filed a competition complaint against Apple in Europe that focused in part on the iPhone maker's app-store fees. Should Apple have to cut its average overall commissi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Spotify, Europe, Hollywood, China, New York City, Elizabeth Warren, Trends, Netflix, European Commission, App Store, Aapl, Sen Elizabeth Warren, Apple Google


Apple's iCloud is back to normal after experiencing technical problems with some of its services (AAPL)

Apple's iCloud service experienced an issue that prevented some users from accessing services like iCloud Drive and Find My iPhone. The outage came just after Facebook suffered one of its worst technical outages on Wednesday.  Apple's iCloud service is back to normal after it suffered an outage that affected several products on Thursday, making it the latest tech company to experience a high-profile outage this week. Apple's iCloud status web page indicates the issue persisted between 11 a.m....
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Nintendo, Aapl, Business Insider Apple


Apple's iCloud is experiencing technical problems with some of its services (AAPL)

Apple's iCloud service is experiencing an issue that's preventing some users from accessing services like iCloud Drive and Find My iPhone. The outage comes just after Facebook suffered one of its worst technical outages on Wednesday.  Apple's iCloud service appeared to be suffering outages affecting several products on Thursday, the latest tech company to suffer a high-profile outage this week. Apple's iCloud status web page says there are "issues" with several products and notes that users m...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Aapl


Apple has announced the dates for WWDC 2019, its biggest tech conference of the year (AAPL)

Apple has announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). This year, WWDC 2019 will take place from June 3 to June 7 in San Jose, CA.  WWDC is typically where Apple announces all of its big software releases for the coming year. Apple on Thursday announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which typically takes place in June. This year, WWDC 2019 will take place in San Jose, California, from June 3 to June 7. WWDC offers sessions, cons...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Wwdc, Aapl, San Jose California, Apple TV Apple, San Jose CA WWDC


Apple has announced the dates for its biggest tech conference of the year (AAPL)

Apple has announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). This year, WWDC 2019 will take place from June 3 to June 7 in San Jose, CA.  WWDC is typically where Apple announces all of its big software releases for the coming year. Apple on Thursday announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which typically takes place in June. This year, WWDC 2019 will take place in San Jose, California, from June 3 to June 7. WWDC offers sessions, cons...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Wwdc, Aapl, San Jose California, Apple TV Apple, San Jose CA WWDC


Spotify has bloodied Apple's nose once before. Now, it has a chance to cut its $853 billion rival down to size. (AAPL)

Spotify has gone to war against Apple in Europe, complaining that the way it runs its App Store is anti-competitive. It's a bold move for a company whose market cap is 32 times smaller than Apple's. But Spotify has bloodied Apple's nose before when it circumvented App Store fees. It's bad news for Apple that some of its most popular app makers keep challenging the App Store's economics. Spotify's complaint comes as there's never been greater political will to regulate big tech firms. Spotify ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Europe, US, Samsung, Trends, Netflix, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, App Store, Aapl, Nomura, Fortnite, Fighting Apple, App Store Look


Here's how Apple could use the Apple Watch to break into a whole new market for itself with healthcare (AAPL)

Apple could have a big opportunity in the health care market, longtime analyst Gene Munster said in a research note. The company could soon offer a service that would allow physicians to access the health data from patients' Apple Watches for a monthly fee, he said. Physicians would pay the fee, because they're increasingly having to bear the financial risk of treating patients, he said. The data could help them sooner detect potential problems in patients and also help them encourage healthie...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Cook, US, Trends, Tim Cook, Va, Apple Watch, Munster, Aapl, Trump, Gene Munster, Apple Watch Apple, Loup Ventures Apple, US Veterans Administration, Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services Consumer


Here are the unique Apple items you can only find at the visitor center near its spaceship headquarters (AAPL)

Apple's visitor center across the street from its new spaceship headquarters offers items you can't find anywhere else. Among the unique goods are tote bags, t-shirts, and even onesies — all featuring Apple logos. The store also has a wide selection of Apple's electronics products and offers a good view of the spaceship building. If you're an Apple fan and you're looking for some unique company merchandise to show your love, you need to make your way to the company's visitor center in Cuperti...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Aapl, Cupertino California, Apple Park, Cupertino Right


Apple is now one of the biggest investors in research and development, and critics are wondering what it's getting for its money (AAPL)

Apple has been massively ramping up its spending on research and development in recent years. It now spends nearly $15 billion a year, giving it one of the biggest corporate R&D budgets in the world. Analysts and investors have begun to question that spending, because the company seems to have gotten little payoff from it so far. Apple is still heavily dependent on the iPhone and its new products haven't come close to making up for shortfalls in its phone sales. Analysts attribute the company'...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Hollywood, Cook, Microsoft, California, Steve Jobs, Wall Street, China, Trends, Intel, Apple TV, Netflix, Xerox


Tim Cook says conservative Apple employees who feel shunned should 'come talk to me' (AAPL)

A shareholder proposal to urge Apple to disclose the "ideology" of its board members was defeated in a vote at its annual meeting. The proposal sparked a debate among investors at the event about Apple's progressive policies.  Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is committed to the environment, to immigration and to diversity, but that he doesn't care about the political beliefs of people he works with.  "I care about skills and capabilities and contributions."   CUPERTINO, California — Apple...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Cook, US, Trends, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Jeff Bezos, Aapl, Justin Danhof, Danhof, National Center for Public Policy Research, Cupertino California Apple, Deirdre O Brien Apple


Tim Cook says conservative Apple employees who feel shunned should 'come talk to him' (AAPL)

A shareholder proposal to urge Apple to disclose the "ideology" of its board members was defeated in a vote at its annual meeting. The proposal sparked a debate among investors at the event about Apple's progressive policies.  Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is committed to the environment, to immigration and to diversity, but that he doesn't care about the political beliefs of people he works with.  "I care about skills and capabilities and contributions."   CUPERTINO, California — Apple...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Cook, US, Trends, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Aapl, Justin Danhof, Danhof, National Center for Public Policy Research, Cupertino California Apple, Deirdre O Brien Apple


The 19 most expensive products Apple has ever sold (AAPL)

Apple is selling iPhones that cost more than $1,000, in line with the company's strategy to be known as a luxury brand. But when Apple first started selling its computers, the company was regularly pricing its products in the thousands — and sometimes, at five-figure costs. The most expensive products Apple has ever sold include not only some of its oldest desktop computers, but also some newer laptops and wearables. Apple has always been known for its steep prices. From phones to computer...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Aapl, Lisa


Apple's Project Titan layoffs targeted engineers and project managers, it revealed in a filing (AAPL)

A newly released regulatory filing by Apple offers new details on the layoffs at its self-driving car effort. The company is cutting the jobs of dozens of engineers and project managers. Those affected will officially be out of a job in mid April. The layoffs at Apple's self-driving car project mostly targeted engineers and their managers, a newly released filing shows. Of the 190 people laid off by the iPhone maker, 33 were hardware engineers, 22 were software engineers, and 31 were product ...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, China, Trends, Tesla, Netflix, Santa Clara, Aapl, SUNNYVALE, San Francisco Chronicle, Amazon Join, Doug Field, Pam Oyanagi, Oyanagi, Project Titan Company, Waymo Another Apple


The worst of Apple's iPhone problems are over, UBS says (AAPL)

The worst of Apple's iPhone weakness — a theme that's dominated investors' concerns and weighed heavily on its stock — is now behind investors, according to a new report from UBS. The firm's examination of Asia's hardware supply chain shows inventory has begun clearing in China, analyst Timothy Arcuri said.  Apple warned investors earlier this year that its quarterly revenue would come in lower than previously expected to due to soft iPhone sales in China. Watch Apple trade live. Apple inves...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Asia, China, Samsung, Trends, Hsbc, Tim Cook, Ubs, Goldman Sachs, Fitbit, Huawei, Aapl, Arcuri, Timothy Arcuri, China Watch Apple


These four charts show why Apple's China troubles aren't going away anytime soon (AAPL)

Apple's problems in China are likely to linger, HSBC's Erwan Rambourg said in a new research note. Wealthy Chinese are starting to shift their brand preferences to Huawei from Apple, Rambourg said, citing a proprietary survey. They also don't want to spend what Apple charges for its latest phones, according to the survey. And many want their next phone to support 5G, but Apple isn't expected to offer an iPhone compatible with the new wireless standard until late next year. Don't expect Apple'...
Tags: Apple, Hong Kong, China, Trends, United States, Hsbc, Xiaomi, Huawei, Aapl, Greater China, Angela Ahrendts, HSBC Global Research, Erwan Rambourg, Rambourg, Greater China China Taiwan, Huawei Rambourg


Apple has made some big changes in recent months — here's a look at the top new hires and moves you might have missed (AAPL)

For Apple, 2019 is already shaping up to be a year marked by change. Following the company’s announcement in November that it would no longer break out iPhone unit sales in earnings reports, the firm is making several key leadership changes as it prioritizes other emerging product segments like digital services, artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles, which The Wall Street Journal outlined in a report on Monday. The changes are likely part of an ongoing effort by Apple to reduce its re...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Cook, Mac, Samsung, Trends, Siri, Tesla, Bloomberg, United States, Lg, Wall Street Journal, Alexa, John Gruber, Aapl


Apple and Micron are throwing off growth this earnings season, Goldman Sachs says (AAPL, MU)

Apple and Micron's results are having an outsized impact on earnings growth this season, according to a report from Goldman Sachs. The companies represent the largest drags on S&P 500's earnings-per-share growth this year, the firm's equity strategists said. Watch Apple and Micron trade live and follow along with our earnings calendar here. The S&P 500 may have seen robust growth this earnings season if a couple of stand-out names hadn't skewed the big picture. That's what Goldman Sachs str...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Trends, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Micron, Aapl, Trump, Roger Stone, Greater China, David Kostin, Watch Apple


Here's why Apple's upcoming streaming video service won't rescue it from plunging iPhone sales (AAPL)

Apple's impending video service is getting a lot of hype. But even if it's smash hit, the video service won't be able to make up for Apple's declining iPhone sales, Jefferies analyst Tim O'Shea shows in a new report. In a best case scenario, a video subscription service would only provide about 5% of Apple's revenue, according to O'Shea's estimates. And there are reasons to think Apple could have a tough time luring customers to its video service. Apple's upcoming streaming video service won'...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Hbo, Hollywood, Trends, Netflix, Cnbc, Apple Music, Aapl, O Shea, Shea, Angela Ahrendts, Apple Facebook, Tim O Shea, Jefferies In


8 tech execs who were ousted from companies they helped to build (AAPL, TSLA, GRPN)

Just because you founded a high-flying tech company doesn't mean you can't be asked to leave. Steve Jobs himself was once ousted by Apple (or left voluntarily, depending on who you believe), and spent years running his own company before coming back into the fold as CEO.  More recently, Uber founder Travis Kalanick was ousted as CEO, following a year of scandals for the company.   Here are 8 tech executives who were once ousted from the companies they helped to build.  Just because you founde...
Tags: Apple, Uber, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Dick Costolo, Steve Jobs, John Sculley, Trends, Williams, Travis Kalanick, Kalanick, Ev Williams, Dorsey, Aapl, Susan Fowler, Martin Eberhard


BANK OF AMERICA: Wall Street is dead wrong on one of its major Apple forecasts (AAPL)

Wall Street analysts are far too pessimistic in their estimates for Apple's hardware sales over the coming years, Bank of America Merrill Lynch research analysts wrote in a note to clients. The rise of 5G will drive "significant" hardware and iPhone unit revenue growth in 2021, according to the firm. Shares of Apple have climbed nearly 18% so far this year, though they're still trading 26% below their record high hit last October. Follow Apple's stock price here on Markets Insider. A major f...
Tags: Apple, New York, Trends, Bank Of America, Aapl, Cagr, Bernstein, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Ray Dalio, Paul Volcker, Toni Sacconaghi, Wamsi Mohan, Specifically Wall Street


Apple is so secretive that its contractors reportedly work at 'black sites,' named for confidential CIA bases (AAPL)

An office building where Apple pays temporary workers to work on its mapping service is called a "black site" internally, according to a new Bloomberg report.  Contractors working at the office faced the constant threat of termination, and did not have access to Apple perks like gym or cafeteria access, according to Bloomberg.  The contractors officially worked for Apex Systems, not Apple.  There's growing concern over Silicon Valley's two-tiered workforce. While some tech employees get to en...
Tags: Apple, Google, Iraq, Trends, Bloomberg, Afghanistan, Silicon Valley, Cia, Signal, Aapl, Trump, SUNNYVALE, Facebook Google, Cupertino California, Bloomberg Apple, Apple Park


One of Apple’s most well-known analysts says an all-time low in iPhone replacement rates is going to cause more pain than investors realize (AAPL)

The rate at which iPhone users replace their devices is heading toward an all-time low, Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi said in a new report. The proportion of iPhones in use that will be replaced this fiscal year will be only 16%, he said. Owners of iPhones that they bought new are likely to hold on to them for at least four years. The decline in replacement rates will slow the growth of Apple's much touted services business, he said. Apple customers are holding onto their old iPhones long...
Tags: Apple, Google, Hollywood, China, Trends, Aapl, Bernstein, Don, Toni Sacconaghi, Sacconaghi



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