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Apple Criticized Amid Mixed iPhone Sales Reports

Another week down and Apple has once again dealt with some blows from critics—and market researchers.

Over the last week, two reports surfaced suggesting the iPhone had a strong end to 2016, but couldn’t quite keep Android alternatives down. 705 more words


Apple CEO Tim Cook sells 30,000 Apple shares for $3.6 million

”Apple CEO Tim Cook sold 30,000 shares of Apple stock this week, valued at $3.6 million based on the company’s stock price of $120 at the time of the transactions, according to a U.S. 121 more words


Grading Apple CEO Tim Cook

”It’s not easy describing Tim Cook’s role within Apple. Yes, he is CEO serving at the discretion of Apple’s board of directors,” Neil Cybart writes for Above Avalon. 289 more words


Apple will have to earn its next $1 trillion in the cloud

”Lost in the hand-wringing over Apple’s iPhone 13% year-over-year slide in sales is the recognition that, in just 10 years, Apple’s iOS devices have generated more than $1 trillion dollars in revenue for Apple, according to Asymco founder Horace Dediu’s analysis,” Matt Asay writes for TechRepublic. 154 more words


What would it take for us to be bullish on Apple again?

”I’ve been writing about Apple for more than 15 years, and in recent months I’ve found myself looking at this company, which once seemed unique, as though it is just another purveyor of beige boxes,” Kirk McElhearn writes for Kirkville. 860 more words


Netflix kinda joins Apple's 'TV' app, but no original Netflix series or movies included

”Back in October during Apple’s MacBook Pro unveiling, the company took some time away from its Mac lineup to unveil a new app called ‘TV,'” Zach Epstein reports for BGR. 350 more words


How Trump's interview with Tim Cook about US-made iPhones probably went

In an interview with Axios, President-Elect Trump apparently said that Apple CEO Tim Cook is open to building the iPhone in the US. This would represent a major coup for Trump, whose big policy statements thus far have mostly been about keeping jobs in America. 502 more words