Apple stocks continues to fluctuate on Wall Street

Yesterday Apple’s stock hit a 52 week low of $87.54 per share around 10:45 EST. By the end of the day yesterday the stock had recovered slightly ending at $98.14. As I type this this morning the stock is down again…sitting at $94.07. The U.S. stock market is still tumbling after the events of the Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 359 – Apple/AT&T lawsuit still on, RIM to make App Center and more!

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Just so we’re clear, Steve Jobs DID NOT have a heart attack

Just so we're clear, Steve Jobs DID NOT have a heart attack
Over the weekend I had an inbox full of reports that Steve Jobs had a massive heart attack, and was rushed to the hospital. There was report on CNN’s iReport.com – which turned out to be COMPLETELY untrue, that stated this. Apple’s stock took a serious hit when the “news” broke, and closed at its Read more…

Sources say that “The Brick” is a manufacturing process…

Sources say that "The Brick" is a manufacturing process...
In an interesting turn of events it may be that Apple’s “Brick” rumor may not be a product at all – but a new manufacturing process that would involve 3D lasers and water jet cutting. According to 9to5Mac this new process would have several advantages: Carving out of aluminum eliminates the need to bend the Read more…

Mac Sales up, even if the Economy is down

Register Hardware reports that even though the economy may be in a slump, Mac sales aren’t. According to their reports Apple’s market share now 35% (for revenue earned). For a look at the actual percentage of people that own Macs vs. PCs Computerworld reports that the Mac marketshare is 8.2%. They reach these numbers by Read more…

Apple FINALLY drops the iPhone NDA

In a statement to developers on its website Apple has dropped the NDA agreement. Here is the full statement from Apple: To Our Developers We have decided to drop the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) for released iPhone software. We put the NDA in place because the iPhone OS includes many Apple inventions and innovations that we Read more…

Apple threatens to shut down iTunes if Artists get royalty increase

Apple Insider has a report about how regulators are considering a royalty hike for artists who actually write and perform the music that we listen to. Apple, who distributes more of it than anyone else, and the record labels who market it, are extremely upset about this idea. The rate increase could actually change it Read more…

Apple’s Stock is tumbling after downgrades from Analysts

Apple's Stock is tumbling after downgrades from Analysts
Apple’s stock is feeling the pain of economic crisis that is currently threatening the U.S. economy. Today, after downgrades from two different analysts, Apple’s stock has plummeted almost $20 a share as I write this. Mike Abramsky of RBC Capital downgraded the company from “Outperform” to “Sector Peform” with a new stock target at $140 Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 355 – Lawsuit Dismissed, iPhone shipments cut, and more!

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Apple’s not releasing a ‘netbook’ – here’s why…

Apple's not releasing a 'netbook' - here's why...
‘Netbooks’ are doing really well right now. If you look at Amazon’s Top 10 selling computers they are ALL netbooks (except for the Macbook – which is more than twice the price of many of the other machines in the list) – so I can see where the rumor that Apple might be throwing their Read more…