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The street is revising Apple's EPS upward by 5%-6% for the year and raised target price.
The iPad comes outreleased for sale
Apple posted its strongest nonholiday quarter ever with a 12 percent jump in revenue and a 15 percent boost in profit. The company reported revenue of $8.34 billion and profit of $1.23 billion ($1.35 per diluted share) in the quarter that ended June 27. Gross margin was up to 36.3 percent from 34.8 percent a year ago.Ryan Kim, SF ChronicleRead more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/07/22/BUUK18SOHQ.DTL#ixzz0OZASJNRa
Jobs back to work on June 29th.
Apple introduced the new iPhone™ 3GS :
improved speed and performance, longer battery life, 3 megapixel autofocus camera, easy to use video recording and hands free voice control.
Apple reports earnings of $1.61 billion ($1.78 per share), which beat Wall Street's expectations and was up 2 cents a share from the year earlier period. Revenue also increased from $9.6 billion to $10.17 billion.
Failing health forces CEO Steve Jobs to take a leave of abscence until June 2009.http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/stories/2009/01/12/daily49.html?ana=from_rss
After months of speculation about Jobs' health, Apple's CEO came out Monday saying he has a hormonal imbalance, which has caused him to lose weight.
"Shares in Apple Inc. jumped more than 12.5% during the Monday trading session, pushed higher by analyst comments about strong notebook sales. The strong jump also came in the midst of a broader market rally sparked by news of a federal bailout of Citigroup, Inc."http://www.macobserver.com/stockwatch/2008/11/24.1.shtml
Increasing questions about Jobs' health and lack of transparency into a succession plan.
On April 23, 2008 Apple reported its second quarter earnings. The company reported revenues of $7.05 billion and a net profit of $1.05 billion for the quarter.
An antitrust suit has been filed against Apple (AAPL) accusing the company of illegally maintaining a monopoly in the digital music market by failing to support Microsoft’s (MSFT) Windows Media Audio format.
Reports have surfaced that Apple and film studio 20th Century Fox reached an agreement to allow iTunes users to rent Fox films through digital downloads. Apple currently lags behind the competition in digital film downloads, and Apple CEO Steve Jobs has voiced reservations about a rental service in the past. Some home integrators are voicing their own concerns about Apple's strategy.
In fact, some iPod owners have expressed dismay that they cannot own movies anymore.
At a meeting of the Churchill Club in Santa Clara today AT&T confirmed previous rumours that a 3G iPhone was coming. AT&T's CEO Randall Stephenson says, "You'll have it next year." He didn't say how much it would cost admitting that Jobs and Apple "will dictate what the price of the phone is."
Markets in general, and tech stocks in particular, are hit hard by poor earnings reports posted by Intel
Hundreds of people lined up on Stockton Street on Friday outside the San Francisco Apple store to get their hands on Mac OS X Leopard, the newest version of Apple's operating system. Some industry analysts predict that Leopard will bring with it another wave of PC-users-gone-Mac.
Apple beats estimates with a 67 percent rise in profit as the popularity of its iPhone and iPod boosted Macintosh computer sales, and its shares jumped 7 percent after hours.
Apple cuts price of iPhone
Rumors circulate that Apple will release its new Ipod next week.
Electronics experts tore apart the iPhone and estimated it only costs Apple ~$220 to manufacture, even though the phone sells for $499 - $599, suggesting margins of 55%.
The Company posted revenue of $4.37 billion and a net quarterly profit of $472 million, the highest in the company's history
Apple announced iPhone units were sold out at Apple stores nationwide, indicating strong sales for the device, sending the stock higher.
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After trading closed on June 14, Apple announced that over 1 million copies of its Safari internet browser had been downloaded by Windows users since its launch on the previous Monday, June 11th. Considering the domination of Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox, this large number of downloads within two days of the Windows-based Safari's release is significant.
April 24th: SEC announces it won't sue Jobs over options backdating. Apple directors throw support behind Jobs and steamroller through the budding scandal. April 25th: Apple releases second quarter net income nearly double that of the previous quarter's ($0.87 to $0.47). Macintosh computers especially outperformed expectations in a sales surge that Apple officials attribute to market share gain at the expense of PCs. Why the surge? A likely answer: the debut of Apple's agressive new advertising campaigns, "Get a Mac" (aka "Mac vs. PC").
On May 30, Apple began selling the first of its DRM-free songs on iTunes. Also, the company announced that YouTube content would be available on the upcoming AppleTV.
The technology blog Engadget erroneously reports that Apple's iPhone, scheduled for launch in June, had been delayed until September. Apple's share plunged 3.5 points shortly after 12 p.m., but then recovered a half an hour later after Apple issued denials.
Apple announces a deal with EMI to sell some of its music free of DRM protection on iTunes, a move enthusiastically supported by consumers angling for interoperability.
iPhone 1 Announced
Apple announces on the 26th that it will push back the launch of its new Apple TV from February to mid-March, citing "wrap-up" taking longer than expected as the main reason for the delay. This puts a quick end to the beginnings of steep growth that started a few days before.
For a one month period, Apple's stock price drops and stays low. The first blow was Apple's announcement that first quarter earnings would be below analysts' estimates--a ball drop in the crucial period just before two important new product launches. On February 1st, Apple also reaffirms that the US government has requested information on options practices in the past, due to an influx of options lawsuits filed in 2006.
Release of the iphone
Cisco Systems, Inc. sues Apple for trademark infringement on "iPhone" one day after the product's introduction, putting a sharp end to the spike in Apple's stock prices.
Apple begins to come under scrutiny for possible tampering with historical payment of stock options. Former officials are suspected of forging documents to increase executives' profits.