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Larger display for iPhone? No doubt about it and likely this June

“In January the Wall Street Journal provided data suggesting larger screen iPhones,” Mark Reschke writes for T-GAAP. “A string of rumors and conjecture have been reported ever since in an attempt to portray a undeniable truth – a larger screen iPhone is coming.” 230 more words


iPhone 5s demand wanes in China as consumers anticipate iPhone 6 with larger display

“Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White is touring China and reports to investors that demand for the iPhone 5s in the Asian country is disappointing, while interest in Chinese brands like Xiaomi is on the rise,” Kelly Hodgkins reports for MacRumors. 143 more words


Apple: Still demolishing its rivals

“Eyebrows raised on my scenario explaining how Apple (AAPL) stock could reach $800 per share,” Richard Saintvilus writes for TheStreet. “People called this notion loopy. Apple shares closed Thursday at $538.79, roughly 48% below my price target.” 106 more words


iPhone launch drives China Mobile to largest 3G subscriber increase ever

“China Mobile added more high-speed data customers in January than at any other point in its history, bringing on more than 14 million new 3G subscribers in the company’s first month as one of Apple’s official carrier partners,” Shane Cole reports for AppleInsider. 84 more words


Cantor Fitzgerald pushes into metals and mining in Canadian expansion

Global financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald, which expanded in Canada in December with the addition of three sales and trading professionals from Stifel Nicolaus Canada, hired another investment banker Wednesday to focus on the metals and mining sector. 205 more words

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