Tag Archives: Stock

Monday Moan – Let me delete stock iOS apps!

This week, I turn my grumbling towards the age-old frustration with Apple not allowing us to deleted its stock iOS apps. In the past, it made a lot of sense. There weren’t that many of them, and they didn’t really have any better alternatives. Now, the App Store is stuffed to the brim with great alternatives to almost all of them, and so many of the…

AAPL climbs $18 following China Mobile announcement

Following the confirmation that Apple’s iPhone would be launched on China Mobile’s 3G and 4G networks in the new year, AAPL has climbed 18 points. Apple made the official announcement yesterday, following last weeks uproar over the iPhone launch that never was. The launch was rumored to be taking place on December 18, but when the event didn’t…

AAPL closes at highest price since January

AAPL achieved its highest close since the earliest days of January yesterday, when the stock closed at $533.10, on Tuesday 26. Apple’s stock is now up 2 percent on its value at the start of the year, and has risen 20 percent since the summer. Obviously, Apple is still a fairly long way off its September 2012 high of $700 a share, which dropped by 30…

Retina iPad mini production upped to 4M units this month? [Rumor]

A rumor from Digitimes is today suggesting that Apple is to boost its production of the Retina iPad mini to nearly 4 million units this month. The new report is way higher than analyst projections for Apple’s smaller iPad this quarter. KGI forecast shipments of just over 2 million tablets for the entire holiday quarter, so to suggest that Apple needs to…

Fraudulent AAPL shareholder gets 30 months in jail

A former Rochdale Securities trader, David Miller, has been jailed for 2 and a half years today, having been found guilty of fraudulently buying AAPL shares. Miller cashed in on a client’s order, gaving taken notice of a forecasted rise in the stock. He took a client order for 1,625 AAPL shares, then shifted the decimal point 3 places, actually…