A negative note from a forgotten name, ready or not — Apple’s headset approaches, and welcome to the Apple TV+ trailer park.
Apple Music Classical is finally here (almost), Evercore is stoked over Apple in India, and watching MLB without having to watch MLB.
An Apple target goes higher, Apple’s reportedly eying India more closely, and a bearer of bad news takes the exit.
Goldman Sachs has traded an Apple bear for an Apple bull, and suddenly it’s a “Buy” with a $199 target. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken talk over tales told by financial analysts. Plus – “Ghosted” is ghosting the cineplex and there may be a new yellow iPhone peeking over the horizon.
One firm raises its price target on Apple shares, two tales of Apple manufacturing in India, and three countries get better Apple Maps.
As we close out the week, we see opaque takes on iPhone demand, Apple grows a workforce in India, and dinosaurs are back in action.
Morgan Stanley doubles down on Apple, Apple Watch drove smartwatches last year, and examining growth for Apple TV+.
The latest on iPhone sales in China, a questionable report from a questionable news source, and Apple gives Mastodon a vote of confidence.
The Oracle of Omaha picks up more Apple, ups and downs of Apple in India, and people who trained an Apple AI are kind of ticked off about it…