As the company prepares to debut the new phone, one analyst is concerned about competition.
One million phones were purchased by an undisclosed buyer. We try to figure out who it could be.
The revocation of consumers' ability to unlock Apple's iPhone has been ironically turned around and is now backed by President Obama.
Defense industry cuts commence. Dish Network may pull its Clearwire offer. New Jersey approves online gambling. H&R Block and Staples to report earnings.
As the iWatch speculation dissipates, the focus once again turns to the next-gen Apple smartphone.
Green Mountain is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Wells Fargo is upgraded to 'buy.'
Markets await interest rate decisions from the Bank of England and European Central Bank.
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