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Apple could face EU fines of up to 10% of the company's total global revenue if found in violation of the DMA's competition policies. Ultimately, though, JPMorgan analysts said Monday that Apple's AI features delay overseas would have little impact on financials. AAPL YTD mountain Apple YTD Overall, Apple stock has had a rocky 2024 performance. Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers remarks at the start of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 10, 2024 in Cupertino, California. Apple will announce plans to incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) into Apple software and hardware.
Persons: Apple, Jim Cramer, it's, Jim, Melius, Siri, Pro Max, Jim Cramer's, Tim Cook, Justin Sullivan Organizations: Apple, European Union, CNBC, JPMorgan, The Club, Huawei, Developers, Pro, Apple Worldwide Developers Locations: Europe, Apple's, China, Cupertino , California
Sure enough, the next day began a historic ascent of Apple stock, an in-your-face rally that many thought made no sense. There's a coalescence of two themes, high speed, accelerated computing and increasingly intelligent AI, and neither works without Nvidia chips. I know that it seems impossible to ponder Nvidia's stock going any higher or passing Apple and Microsoft and staying ahead of it. Ask yourself, does any company match Jensen and Nvidia right now? I say let others be baffled over the Apple versus Microsoft versus Nvidia conundrum.
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The research firms both raised their Apple price target to $240, representing potential upside of 14%. Both CFRA and Bernstein increased their Apple price target to $240 per share on Friday. According to CFRA analyst Angelo Zino, who previously had a $210 price target, Apple is poised to turn the iPhone into "the ultimate personal assistant." "We expect Apple Intelligence (AI) to help support incremental consumer upgrades, driven by loyalists and an aging installed base, with AI being more evolutionary than cyclical that will aid multiple years of growth," Zino said. Bernstein bases its $240 price target on fiscal year 2025 earnings per share of $8.00 and a historically high multiple of 30x earnings.
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Apple is betting its future on Apple Intelligence. Apple may have a problem offering these services in China, its second-biggest iPhone market. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementIf there's one place Tim Cook could do with Apple Intelligence being a real hit, it's China. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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JMP Securities reiterated its market outperform rating on CoStar Group, with its price target implying upside of nearly 50%. Canaccord Genuity, meanwhile, raised its price target on Elf Beauty. Elsewhere, JPMorgan raised its price target on Apple to $245 from $225. ET: JPMorgan raises Apple price target Apple's AI announcements could lead to bigger iPhone sales, according to JPMorgan. Analyst Michael Lavery reiterated his overweight rating and $90 price target on shares, which suggests a 50% gain from Monday's close.
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Read previewWhen Apple's head of AI strategy and machine learning, John Giannandrea, joined the company in 2018, the company's voice assistant, Siri, was struggling to live up to its promise. Looking for a turnaround, Giannandrea says his first instruction to the Siri team was inspired by legendary NASA Chief Flight Director Gene Kranz: "Failure is not an option." Related stories"A lot of people use Siri a lot of the time," Giannandrea said in an interview with John Gruber after Apple's WWDC last week. Now 14 years after Apple launched Siri, the voice assistant's growing popularity has made it an exceptional proving ground for AI, raising the stakes still further. He has long argued that on-device AI models are critical to the technology being practical for everyday users.
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Insider Today: Meta's manager squeeze
  + stars: | 2024-06-16 | by ( Matt Turner | )   time to read: +5 min
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Apple announced Apple Intelligence at WWDC 2024. CEO Tim Cook unveiled Apple Intelligence, a generative AI system partly powered by ChatGPT (for now). Assuming Apple Intelligence works as intended, there will be even more reason to switch to or stay with Apple. Add it all together, and, as Linette Lopez writes, Apple may be the one Big Tech company getting AI right.
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(Expected AI-driven device upgrades from Apple, Microsoft, and other personal tech makers is the reason we're invested in Best Buy . Microsoft, Apple and fellow Club name Nvidia have all eclipsed $3 trillion market values — and have been wrestling for the top spot as the most valuable U.S. company. META YTD mountain Meta Platforms (META) year-to-date performance Meta Platforms is monetizing consumer interest in AI by boosting user engagement. The Meta AI generative artificial intelligence assistant is currently free to use. AMZN YTD mountain Amazon (AMZN) year-to-performance Comparable to Meta, Amazon offers AI to consumers for free to increase engagement on its dominant e-commerce platform.
Persons: Tim Cook, Siri, Apple, WWDC, Piper Sandler, Jim Cramer, Bard, Missteps, Jim, Jim Cramer's, Eugene Mymrin Organizations: Apple, Apple Intelligence, Developer Conference, Microsoft, Services, Cook, Co, AI Party, Bloomberg, Microsoft's, Computing, Club, Nvidia, Gmail, Google, ChatGPT, Facebook, Citi, Meta, Amazon, Amazon Web Services, CNBC Locations: China, Cupertino, U.S
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Former Apple bear turns neutral after WWDC event
  + stars: | 2024-06-14 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFormer Apple bear turns neutral after WWDC eventWalter Piecyk, Lightshed Partners, joins 'Fast Money' to explain why he is neutral on Apple following the World Wide Developer Conference.
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In today's big story, we're looking at how Saudi Arabia is courting Chinese investors for help with its massive, futuristic city facing financial issues. NeomSaudi Arabia's dreams of a futuristic city are turning into a financial nightmare, and one of its solutions could spell trouble for the US. Since 2017, the Kingdom has touted big plans for the desert megacity Neom . AdvertisementThe city plans to heavily use renewable energy, a key area of focus for China as it digs itself out of its economic hole . But a soft real estate market and a trail of angry business partners and customers are threatening to thwart his big plans .
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US stocks traded mostly lower on Friday but ended up for the week after a cool May CPI report. The Nasdaq 100 closed at record highs driven by AI excitement and solid earnings from Broadcom and Adobe. AdvertisementUS stocks traded mostly lower on Friday but gained for the week after a cool May inflation report and Apple's unveiling of its AI ambitions at WWDC. The Nasdaq 100 finished the week higher by more than 3%, while the S&P 500 was up about 1.5%. The Dow Jones, which has little exposure to the AI tech trade, finished the week down about 0.5%.
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When I try to get my head around big, complicated tech questions, I often rely on Ben Thompson, the influential tech analyst who writes the Stratechery newsletter. And that Apple gets the upside of AI without incurring many of the costs and risks other tech players are taking on. AdvertisementPeter Kafka: You seemed pretty enthusiastic about Apple's AI efforts before they announced them on Monday. One is some massive AI breakthrough, such that the phone becomes the commodity, as opposed to Apple making the AI the commodity. Peter Kafka: You've been speculating about whether Apple is paying OpenAI, or OpenAI is paying Apple.
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It's always sunny at Business Insider when "Welcome to Wrexham" star Rob McElhenney is around. In today's big story, we're looking at the drama between Tesla shareholders over Elon Musk's bumper pay package that gets decided on today . As funny as that sounds, the battle over Elon Musk's pay package is no joke. One longtime Tesla investor said the EV maker is " kind of the bottom of the pecking pole of Elon's companies ." Vote here on if you're for or against Musk's pay package .
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The new Passwords app for iPhone, iPad, Vision Pro, Mac and Windows, lets users store all of their passwords, including verification codes, app passwords, Wi-Fi passwords, Passkeys and more. Its new Passwords app, introduced at Apple's WWDC 2024 earlier this week, is one more solution to help protect online accounts and manage multiple logins. Password managers, like the Apple Password app, log different passwords, passcodes and logins securely under a safe account. You can't underestimate the amount of effort they will put into making sure that is locked down, and those are all tied into Apple IDs, Apple passwords. Apple Intelligence, its entry into AI, will leverage cloud-based models on special servers using Apple Silicon to ensure that user data is private and secure.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMorgan Stanley's Erik Woodring on Apple WWDC: Slightly exceeded expectationsErik Woodring, Morgan Stanley equity research executive director, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss Apple's WWDC, the outlook for the company's stock, its partnership with OpenAI, and more.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCramer gives his take on Apple's stock surge after suffering a sell-off'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer looks at the what is moving Apple's stock after it's WWDC event Monday.
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Arete: Apple's AI push will help drive iPhone replacement cycles
  + stars: | 2024-06-11 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailArete: Apple's AI push will help drive iPhone replacement cyclesRichard Kramer, Managing Partner and Senior Analyst at Arete Research, discusses Apple following WWDC.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailApple will be the beneficiary of the upgrade cycle, says Matrix Assets Advisors' David KatzDavid Katz, chief investment officer at Matrix Asset Advisors, joins CNBC's 'The Exchange' to discuss stocks to keep an eye on, outlooks on Apple following the WWDC event, and more.
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Sam Altman may have just scored a major coup
  + stars: | 2024-06-11 | by ( Alex Bitter | )   time to read: +4 min
Read previewForget Tim Cook: OpenAI and Sam Altman might be the biggest winners after Monday's announcements at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. While Apple announced Apple Intelligence, its in-house artificial-intelligence tool, it also said that Apple users will soon be able to use ChatGPT in Siri through an integration it created with OpenAI. The feature is part of Apple's iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and Sequoia, its computer operating system. Apple's iOS is installed on about 2.2 billion devices, Wedbush Securities estimated in a note on Monday. OpenAI said in a statement that "the ChatGPT integration, powered by GPT-4o, will come to iOS, iPadOS, and macOS later this year.
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Morgan Stanley reiterates Apple as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's sticking with its overweight rating following the company's Worldwide Developers Conference. Baird reiterates Tesla as outperform Baird said it's sticking with its outperform rating heading into Thursday's shareholder meeting. "We are initiating coverage of Bitdeer Technologies Group (BTDR) with an Overweight rating and $13 PT." We argue the former, initiating coverage with an Outperform rating and $50 TP." Barclays reiterates PepsiCo as overweight Barclays said it's sticking with its overweight rating on the stock despite a bumpy macro in the salty snacks category.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailSiri can now do what it was supposed to, the way Apple envisioned it: Evercore ISI's Amit DaryananAmit Daryanani, Evercore ISI senior managing director, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss his thoughts on Apple's WWDC, his bull case for iPhone revenue in the years to come, and more.
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Apple unveiled Apple Intelligence at WWDC 2024. AdvertisementApple finally threw its hat into the AI ring during its WWDC keynote on Monday, revealing a suite of generative AI features it calls Apple Intelligence. But most iPhone users will need to upgrade in order to use them. The Apple Intelligence features, which will be coming to iPhone, iPad, and Mac, will be free for users and start rolling out to US users later this year. There's also a revamped Siri, powered by Apple Intelligence, that promises to be more useful by accessing specific actions within apps.
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq notched new highs Tuesday as investors geared up for the Fed's policy decision. Shares of Apple soared as much as 7% as Wall Street cheered its WWDC event. AdvertisementUS stocks were mostly higher Tuesday, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting all-time highs as traders looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's latest policy decision. If so, that will be below the recent highs of 3.7% from September and October, but still well above the 3% recorded last July, and way above the Fed's own 2% target. The firm's unveiled developments were met with fanfare on Wall Street, and the stock jumped as much as 7%.
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Apple stock soared 7% to a record high as investors cheered developments unveiled at its WWDC event. Apple gained as much as $198 billion in market value on Tuesday. The iPhone maker is now just $29 billion in market value away from eclipsing Microsoft as the world's largest company. The stock initially sold off, with Apple shares falling 2% on Monday following the WWDC event. Tuesday's gain for Apple has re-cemented the iPhone maker as the second largest company in the world, reclaiming the spot from Nvidia.
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