Apple Unveils Highly Anticipated New Line Up at October Event

Apple Unveils Highly Anticipated New Line Up at October Event

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After a long period of anticipation, Apple has held its October event in Brooklyn this past week. The event’s announcements of upcoming products included the Retina MacBook Air, a new Mac mini, and a pair of new iPad Pros. Feedback from those who have been slightly unimpressed with Apple as of late, was very positive. Apple also announced Q4 results in which they surpassed revenue for the previous quarter, and the same quarter of the previous year. Finally, Apple reported its Q4 earnings this week. The company generated $62.9 billion in revenue and $14.12 billion in profit from 46.89m iPhones, 9.69m iPads, and 5.3m Macs sold.

The Lineup: iPad Pro

The most anticipated announcement of the big three was the iPad Pro lineup. As expected, the new iPad Pro is available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch, with no Home button and Face ID support. The display stretches further to the edges this time around, via its liquid retina display. Apple has released a new Smart Keyboard Folio and Apple Pencil to accompany the new iPad Pro. To finally join it’s newest products, the new iPad Pros will also use an USB-C connector, allowing customers to use one cable for several devices. First introduced by Apple CEO Tim Cook several years ago, and said to represent his vision of the future of personal computers, the iPad Pro have always had more computing power than their non-Pro counterparts. Fo this reason, it has become a big favorite of professionals in the realm of creativity, particularly in the music and media industries. Apple says the A12X Bionic chip makes them more powerful and faster than any other tablet on the market. Meanwhile the tablet’s storage capacity can be extended to an massive 1 terabyte. The new 11-inch iPad Pro starts at $799, while the 12.9-inch starts at $999.

Retina MacBook Air

The Retina MacBook Air starts was one of the more stand-out products of the show. It is available in three colors for the first time: silver, space gray, and gold. The new MacBook is powered by an 8th Generation Intel Core i5 processor, with 8GB of RAM. It is equipped with Apple’s T2 security chip, USB-C, and a Butterfly keyboard, as well. The new MacBook Air also features Touch ID, which allows customers to access their laptop way more conveniently. This new feature will also allow people to use Apple Pay with just a quick touch of their finger. Grove also added during the presentation that the new 13.3-inch Retina Display “quadruples” the pixel count of the old MacBook Air, with an impressive 2560×1600 native resolution. The MacBook Air also promises “48% more colour” than the previous iteration’s screen. The product that was lagging behind other updated Apple products is finally receiving some appealing changes and could become a very hot seller.

Mac Mini

The Mac Mini is powered by a quad-core processor. An upgrade to a six-core processor is also an option if you need more power, which would make the computer 5x faster than before. The Mac Mini also holds 64GB of memory. Much like the MacBook Air, you get Apple’s T2 security chip. This would mark the first time since 2014 that the product is being upgraded. The Mac Mini will be starting at $799 with a November 7th release date.

All of these products are being made with 100% recycled aluminum. This gives them yet another edge over competitors. This may acquire some extra sales, because let’s be honest, this is Apple. The company knows how to maximize profit, which should be good news for any investor.

Q4

Apple has released its 2018 fourth quarterly earnings which include initial iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max sales as well as the Series 4 Apple Watch. The iPhone XR launched earlier this month and didn’t make the previous quarter. They reports $62.9 billion in revenue and $14.12 billion profit. Apple us forecasting next quarter’s earnings to be between $89 billion and $93 billion. Fiscal year 2018’s Q4 results compare to the previous quarter’s $53.3 billion in revenue, $11.5 billion in profit. This includes 41.3 million iPhones, 11.55 million iPads, and 3.7 million Macs. In the same quarter one year ago, Apple reported $52.6 billion in revenue. Look for the release of all these heavyweight products, especially right around holiday time, to bring in some serious revenue for Apple.

 

The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Field

 Apple’s Position in Sports & It’s Forecasted Stock Rise

  •  Where Apple’s real strength is as a brand in sports
  • Apple bringing their iPads into the arenas
  • Adobe’s Photoshop to be available on next iPad and what that means for AAPL stock
  • I Know First predicts another bullish year for Apple stock as it successfully did the previous year

Apple has become a brand that unlike competitors, is more than just the technology you are buying, but a feeling, a vibrancy. Today, If you are out for a run or a walk, chances are you are measuring your heart rate and distance on an apple device. Simultaneously, your favorite song is playing to give you a little extra motivation, from that very same device. This is coming from the company that used to be nothing more than a computer, and can now be utilized for almost any aspect of everyday life. The tree called Apple continues to grow and shows no signs of slowing down in it’s relentless evolution. Their next branch to sprout if it hasn’t already, may very well be a solidified position in the professional sports realm.

The first thing to be aware of, is understanding how powerful of a platform the professional sports world really is. At the core, viewers consist of a passionate, loyal fanbase that tune in almost every night. To get an idea, the average viewership of the finals of the 4 major sports in the US, which are football, basketball, baseball and hockey comes out to an astounding 40 million viewers. Now that the Supreme Court just granted states the permission to once again legalize gambling on sports matches, you can expect that number to rise just like the blood pressure of a die-hard fan or gambler during a close game. What happens now is the average person who normally wouldn’t care to watch a game at 8:00 on a Tuesday night when is favorite show is on, might be watching in hopes of getting a return on his bet.

What’s The Use?

Microsoft has been successful with bringing their tablet to the sideline of every NFL game. Today in the National Football League, you will constantly see players on the sidelines with these tablets in their hands, and the game they are playing is a little bigger than crushing candy. What they do is analyze the game through watching replays. How to improve in the game, on the spot. In the past they would be doing this only after the game was over or at halftime. That being on a big projector which only helped them when it may have been too late. This as opposed to seeing and breaking down the opponents game plan as well as their own shortcomings that can be improved, on the spot.

Apple’s first step into arenas came with the National Hockey League. Yes, it’s Apple on ice. Apple has their iPad and Mac in the hand of every coach to help improve in-game efficiency, similar to how NFL has utilized them. So the NHL was next in bringing these modernized coaching technique’s to the game, with Apple supplying the goods. Contrary to the games being played, this partnership leaves us with 2 winners.

It’s A Hit

Apple’s next move was bringing it’s iPad into every dugout in Major League Baseball. Being that the MLB has a way larger fan base that the previous inked deal, this one proves to be more lucrative. Besides for the players and coaches to increase efficiency, there is something for the fans as well. The At Bat app allows through AR (Augmented Reality) technology, fans to utilize their Apple device in game. They simply hold their device up to the player at bat to see all kinds of interesting stats. Statistics such as how hard their favorite player just hit the ball, or how fast he ran. This would be the first sighting of AR technology being instituted into a major sport. For a sport like baseball, I imagine a child seeing their favorite player with this Apple product in their hand makes a statement.

 

As for the NBA, I believe a deal with apple would have been very fitting. Similar to the NBA, Apple epitomizes style, swagger and influence. This is right in line with what the creator of Apple himself, Steve Jobs, envisioned and strived for the products to be. Although, in the realm of the National Basketball Association, Apple did recently ink a television deal with one of the NBA’s biggest stars in Kevin Durant. This is the company that made similar deals with the likes of Steven Spielberg and Jennifer Anniston. They signed the baller to be part of a new drama series that subsequently is called “Swagger”.

Apple also banked in on the World Cup craze, implementing all types of features on their devices through Siri. Fans got easy access and full information to things such as scores, schedules, rosters and all other types of information.

The Real Deal

Apple’s partnership with the sports world may be stronger than inking any official deals.. Some of the biggest marketers for Apple in sports, are the players themselves. These highly influential superstars are photographed as they walk in and out of stadiums. As they do so, a majority of these superstars are using none other than Apple products. Primarily Beats headphones or AirPods. Apple acquired Beats for 3 Billion in 2014. This applies to every sport. (Not including the NFL in which the players are banned to wear them being that Microsoft has a deal with the NFL.) This was especially the case in the biggest sports event on the planet, this years World Cup.  On the court and field, the athletes warming up for a contest are also usually always using Apple headphones to get in the zone before a game.

 

 

Lets not forget, this is a company that could reportedly buy every single professional sports team if it wanted to. Partnerships with leagues may no doubt be lucrative and necessary, but the place they strive most in the sports world is by the individual athletes themselves. The heroes of so many, wearing their product, on and off the field/court.  Apple has established themselves as THE brand. In an expected fashion, they continuously adapt, and innovate to make life for the user, and of course the company, better.

 

 

How Can I Win?

The company that just hit a one trillion dollar evaluation is only going up. I Know First’s predictive algorithm forecasts another strong year for AAPL stock. The bullish prediction comes in line subsequently with the very thing that Apple is putting in players and coaches hands, the iPad. The iPad business produces $4.74 billion a quarter for Apple. With Adobe working on producing a full version of Photoshop for the iPad/iPad Pro next year, sales will rise. Adobe’s Creative Cloud, is bringing in record highs in for its revenue through subscribers who want access to Photoshop. This will now be available on the upcoming iPad. To give you an idea, this application is producing half of Adobe’s current total revenue. Apple will pocket 30% from each $9.99/month Photoshop subscription.

 

 

The new iPad won’t only become an asset to creative professionals (90% of which use Photoshop) but to professionals everywhere. With updates to its multicore CPU (as it has continued to do), it becomes a tool useful for anybody. It is important to note that besides when a new Apple product comes out, people want it and they get it.

 

I Know First’s Forecast For AAPL Stock

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I Know First’s Previous Apple Stock Forecast To Its Subscribers

One of our senior analyst wrote one year ago of this bullish signal of 131.7 and a predictability rating of 0.61. It turned out that in the conclusion of that year, Apple Inc. valuation reached a record $1 Trillion. Needless to say, subscribers were happy with this forecast.

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I Know First Algorithm Heatmap Explanation

The sign of the signal tells what direction the asset price is expected to go. (Positive = to go up = Long, negative = to drop = Short position). The signal strength is related to the magnitude of the expected return. Used for ranking purposes for the investment opportunities.

Predictability is the actual fitness function being optimized every day. It can be explained as the correlation based measure of the signal. This is a unique indicator of the I Know First algorithm. This allows users to separate and focus on the most predictable assets according to the algorithm. Ranging between -1 and 1, one should focus on predictability levels significantly above 0 in order to fill confident about/trust the signal.

 

 

-This article was written by Ryan Hematian, a Financial Analyst at I Know First.

Apple ‘Thinks Differently’ to Lower Property Taxes

Apple ‘Thinks Differently’ to Lower Property Taxes

“Creativity is just connecting things”

-Steve Jobs

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You don’t get to be a trillion dollar company by playing completely by the rules. Just as Steve Jobs wanted to “think differently”, it appears as if Apple’s accountants are following suit. Apple has their Apple Park located in Santa Clara County and they believe they have paid their fair share of taxes.

Now, Apple is making the bold claim that a “cluster of properties” they own is worth only $200. Here’s the thing, Santa Clara County’s tax assessor valued the properties at a whopping $1 billion. According to the assessor’s offices, Apple currently has 489 open cases to dispute in a total property value of $8.5 billion. Currently, the company is paying $56 million in taxes, a number they feel unfair.

This isn’t the first time that Apple got creative with taxes. Last year, the company was forced to pay $15.4 billion of taxes back to Ireland after they utilized tax loopholes. In 2014, Apple was just paying a mere 0.005% of sales to taxes, an issue the EU Commission had a problem with.

Apple’s stock has been up this past week as trade tension with China is believed to be coming to an end.

I Know First Algorithm is still bullish for AAPL.

“Throttle Gate” Comes to Fruition Following New MacBook Pros

“We can’t blame the technology when we make mistakes”

-Tim Berners-Lee

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On July 17th, YouTuber Dave Lee noticed that the 15 inch MacBook Pro was throttling performance. Dave noticed that the computer could not handle the i9 processor as the MacBook got too hot to handle it. In fact, the 2017 15 inch MacBook pro was rendering faster than the 2018. Although Apple has advertised 2.9GHz, the laptop is truly getting around 2.2GHz. The only way Dave could get better numbers for the brand new model was by putting the laptop in the freezer to cool the processor.

To confirm Dave Lee tests, AppleInsider did their own research. Unfortunately, they confirmed the YouTuber’s results; they found that the CPU was very volatile, even running at 2.02 GHz at one point. The numbers were almost the same as the 2017 MacBook Pro i7 processor was hitting.

The problem seems to be that the i9 processor was placed into the same chassis as last year’s model. So, the chassis does not have the ability to properly cool itself, since i9 generates mass amounts of heat. In order to prevent overheating, the laptop throttles the speed to prevent overheating. The former CEO of AMD, Patrick Moorhead, stated, “Processors like the Intel Core i9 are all manufactured with maximum power and heat limitations to maintain a specific frequency. OEMs, like Apple, create thermal solutions for their systems, in this case the MacBook Pro, to remove enough heat so the processor can run at its intended frequency. BIOS settings determine when the cooling kicks on, its intensity, and for how long.”

For now, it seems the best option would be to not purchase the new MacBook Pros till the problem is fixed.

AAPL was unaffected by the MacBook Pro problems.

On June 25th, I Know First algorithm issued a bullish forecast on AAPL

AAPL gained 5.09% since this forecast

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Google’s Former Head of AI Looks to Propel Apple’s Machine Learning

“Artificial Intelligence is a tool not a threat”

-Rodney Brooks

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A couple months ago, John Giannandrea, the former head of Google’s search and artificial intelligence division, joined Apple. Reporting directly to Tim Cook, Apple stated that they wanted John to run Apple’s “machine learning and A.I. strategy”. The company is confident in his ability to utilize AI while keeping customers privacy intact.

Apple recently updated their leadership page to include John’s position with Apple, which is Chief of Machine Learning and AI strategy. The company is now combining the machine learning and AI team under John’s leadership. Thus, Core ML and Siri teams are working under one umbrella for the first time.

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This is a big win for Apple because they are currently lacking in the AI industry, mainly due to their protection of privacy causing limitations on data collection. Compared to competitors, such as Facebook and Google, Apple is leagues behind in development. John could provide great potential for the growth of Siri and other machine learning technology.

This also has the potential to make advancements for HomePod which uses Siri, a speaker similar to Amazon’s Alexa. The HomePod only has 6% of marketshare, so an expanse into a more knowledgeable Siri could bring it into more homes. Also, with the new Apple maps roll out happening soon, the company hopes for AI to make it more powerful and accurate than ever.

AAPL has been down this week, along with the DOW.

AAPL and DOW (Source: Yahoo Finance)

Apple’s Upcoming Product Updates Build On Predecessors

“We’re very simple people at Apple. We focus on making the world’s best products and enriching people’s lives” -Tim Cook

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Apple Maps From The Ground Up

When Apple Maps was launched in 2012, it was met with nationwide controversy as the GPS service was imprecise and users were ending up at the wrong destination. Apple plans to change this as they have been rebuilding Apple Maps from the ground up for four years. The iOS map app currently uses third party data for mapping, which is unsatisfactory for Apple’s ability to make the best mapping platform possible. Thus, the new Apple Maps will rely on first person data collected from iPhone user data, providing more accurate and precise directions. The use of iPhone data allows Apple Maps to find the quickest routes possible, since it uses user data to locate traffic and how individuals get to their destination. Also, to provide accuracy, the company has deployed Apple vans across the country to take photos and map out roads.

Rebuilding Apple Maps is the only way the company believes it could create the best mapping software possible. Apple SVP, Eddie Cue, stated, “We have been working on trying to create what we hope is going to be the best map app in the world, taking it to the next step. That is building all of our own map data from the ground up.” The new Apple Maps will first be available to San Francisco on iOS 12, followed by a U.S. roll-out.

Apple Maps Car (Source: Flickr)

AirPods Get Luxurious

Apple’s ludicrously successful wireless headphones, AirPods, are rumored to be getting a high end version in 2019. Reports coming out are stating that the new AirPods will have noise cancellation, water resistance, biometrics, and an increased range. One of the biggest issues surrounding Apple’s Beats and AirPod line is that they aren’t antiperspirant, preventing users from working out with them on. So these higher end headphone will solve the problem and widen Apple’s headphone market to the fitness sector. In recent years, the company has been promoting positive health and one way they are advancing this is through biometric sensors. Biometrics will allow runners to see their heart rate and view their workout progress through the Health app.

AirPods (Source: Flickr)

Apple’s stock has been volatile this past week, dipping slightly late Friday afternoon.

AAPL Price (Source: YCharts)

Apple’s iOS 12 Beta Brings Helpful and Fun Features

“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower” – Steve Jobs

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On June 26, Apple released the iOS 12 public beta. By joining the Apple Beta Software Program, iOS users can test and help strengthen upcoming software updates before world wide release. Coming this fall, iOS 12 looks to make many improvements, both helpful and fun.

Even Faster

With this new version, iOS performance is significantly enhanced. Without a lag, there will be a 70% faster swipe to camera, 50% faster keyboard display, and twice the speed of launching Apps. Ever want to FaceTime with your whole family? Well now you can. Apple is rolling out Group FaceTime, the ability to video chat with 32 people at once.

Apple’s Fun Side

This new update is adding a lot of fun tools to joke around with and make your Android friends jealous. With state of the art face tracking technology, you can now have an Animoji, in your spitting image, track your facial movements and record personalized messages. Apple has added four new Animoji in this update.

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Cutting the Addiction

It’s fair to say an alarming portion of the population is, whether they know it or not, addicted to their smartphones. Apple knows this and is here to help. They are introducing Screen Time. This brand new feature monitors the amount of time you’re on your iOS device and displays it, helping you choose wisely usage time. Apple is hoping parents will utilize this information for their children; they added a time check feature that limits the amount of time your children can be on a certain app, such as games.

Another Blow to Facebook

As evident from our other articles, Apple takes privacy extremely seriously. They are taking that “fundamental human right” even further in iOS 12. Now, Apple will begin blocking websites from tracking your data without your permission. This prevents advertisers from targeting ads for you, a huge blow to Facebook who utilizes this data collection methodology.

AAPL was up following the release of the iOS 12 Beta.

AAPL, 6/26 (Source: Yahoo Finance)

As Always Apple Tops Expectations and Stays Different – WWDC 2018

“You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripple for change”

– Timothy d. Cook, Chief Executive Officer of Apple Inc.

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As a follow up to last week’s article, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicked off on June 4, 2018 and many of the highlights that were to expect took place in the event.

The yearly event was entirely software-based this year, despite early expectations to see more hardware-related announcements. The event included all of the latest updates to Apple’s platforms- iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, along with some improvements to Siri and bigger plans focused on strengthening privacy and security and reducing technology addiction. These enhancements to Apple’s platforms were designed to optimize the overall Apple user experience.

So… What’s NEW?

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Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering, explained over and over how iOS 12 is all about making things faster and more reliable for new and older devices like the iPhone 6 Plus, which would see apps open up to 40% faster and the camera would launch up to 70% quicker. This is the ‘No iPhone Left Behind’ update with every device capable of running iOS 11 being ready to run iOS 12 when it arrives. In addition, the iOS 12 will also include a new feature called Group FaceTime. The video chat service that right now only connects pairs of people will enable up to 32 to chat online together. The change is significant and useful for friends jumping online together, family member chatting and business meetings with distant coworkers.

This inclusivity did not include Apple Watch users who have the first-generation watches launched in April, 2015 and were still available for porches 20 months ago. The WatchOS 5 capabilities go from competitive Activity Rings to enhanced web page interaction.It is part of Apple’s goal towards a solid, reliable experience with minimal bugs and no battery-throttling or hidden activities scandals bubbling up. Apple was reasonably upfront that it couldn’t deliver the experience it wanted with the first Watch’s hardware.

With Emphasis on privacy was paramount, Apple discussed how it was building on the features from last year which prevented cross-site tracking, to make adverts follow you around less.

The new MacOS software goes further. It will be possible not to be tracked on sites where there are Like or Share buttons from social networks. Intelligent Tracking Prevention, helps block social media ‘Like’ or ‘Share’ buttons and comment widgets from tracking users without permission.

The new tvOS 12 aerial screensaver features on Apple TV 4K, includes aerials shot from space by NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station.

Siri update includes making suggestions based on the things the user does regularly, like ordering a soy latte from Starbucks every morning or ordering sushi on Sundays.

 

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Apple also announced a new Shortcuts app as part of iOS 12 that lets the users tie together multiple steps into a single Siri request. Another new feature called Shortcuts works with third-party apps. For example, the phrase “Siri, I lost my keys” can pull up the Tile app, showing you where you left them. Shortcuts also work on the HomePod and Apple Watch if that’s where you talk to Siri.

Apple’s latest software-based updates satisfy expectations and follow with an increase of 3.2% in AAPL stock in past 5 days. Stock price jumped from $189.98 to $193.51 per share since WWDC 2018 event.

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Following the above, APPL stock grows every year with WWDC announcements. With Apple’s new and improved software, AAPL stock is expected to continue growing in the long-term estimation, as long as it remains updated and innovative.

What to Expect – Apple WWDC 2018

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Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on June 4, 2018 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. The primary focus of the event is contenting pros, and decision makers for technical sessions and brainstorming over the direction of Apple’s software universe in the coming year.

In contrast to last year, Apple is expected to introduce new software, with some hardware announced. In addition, Apple is also expected to update operating systems for Mac computers, the Apple Watch and Apple TV.

What to Expect?

As of last year, Apple used the event as a launch pad not just for OS updates- macOS High Sierra, Apple iOS 11, but also for major hardware moves – MacBook Air, new iMacs.

This year Apple is expected to update its mobile iOS and computing-centric macOS operating systems. The software update for existing iPhones and iPads is expected to be called iOS12 while the next version of macOS is still under wraps. Naturally, you can expect stability and performance improvements with the new operating systems.

Apple’s Siri is expected to get smarter as Apple’s offering has fallen woefully behind competitors like Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant in recent years.

WWDC is a developer’s event, but that hasn’t stopped Apple from introducing new hardware products in the past. For this year’s event the chances that Apple will introduce new products are slim, but if they do, users should expect updated MacBook, improved Airpods and maybe a new Apple Watch.

OLED is a new display technology, used to create thin, power efficient and bright display. In the 2017 iPhone X, Apple started adopting OLEDs and it is expected to introduce new OLED modules in its 2018 WWDC. As OLEDs provide a better image quality, and are also thinner, lighter, flexible and more efficient than LCDs, it is only a matter of time until Apple will switch to OLEDs with all its iPhones and mobile device.

Investors’ expectations for new and improved software and hardware follow with an increase of 1.59% in AAPL stock in 3 days. Stock price jumped from $187.11 to $190.15 per share.

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Following the above, APPL stock grows every year with WWDC announcements. With Apple’s new and improved software hardware expected this year AAPL stock is expected to continue growing in the long-term estimation, as long as it remains updated and innovative.

Apple Stock News: Privacy is a fundamental human right


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For the latest Apple news and with response to the new EU law, called General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Apple is promoting powerful privacy tools for iPhone, iPad, and Mac Users. Apple didn’t need to make any big changes in order to meet the stringent GDPR requirements thanks to its good privacy hygiene that its existing precautions already passed the new obligations. However, as the new privacy page reveals on the Apple website, Apple took the opportunity to rethink its privacy standards.

For each Apple pay transaction, Apple doesn’t track who the customer is paying and what they are paying for.  FaceTime conversations, iMessages and so on are end-to-end encrypted.  In Addition, every journey made on Apple Maps are also encrypted so that nobody getting hold of information could work out where you go.

Apple has made it easy to find out exactly what data of the customer is on its servers, from purchase history to photos on iCloud to emails and so on. It also has a recognizable page which warns the user when data is being collected. Apple’s response to GDPR is motivating and sets some standard which others must strive to meet.

On May 23, 2018, Apple’s new privacy site went live. It provides many privacy policies and tools, which range from useful to fascinating, all as easy to understand and use as possible. Since that day, AAPL stock went up by 1.22%, with stock price increase from $186.24 to $188.73 per share.

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Following the above and like in many other domains, Apple’s market gain maintains also with their good privacy obligations that were adjusted and improved even before GDPR came into force. With that said, AAPL stock is expected to continue growing in the long-term estimation, as long as it remains updated and innovative in the privacy segments.

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