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Apple beats analyst expectations despite drop in fiscal Q3 revenue, profit

Apple registered its second consecutive quarterly decline in iPhone sales in the three months to Jun. 25-- the company's fiscal third quarter-- resulting in a 14.6 per cent year-on-year drop in revenue.

Apple posts 23 percent drop in iPhone revenue

Apple once again pointed to growing revenue from services as it posted a second straight quarter of falling iPhone sales. But shares rose in after-hours trading Tuesday as the company beat expectations in some key areas.

Wang: Apple changes course in face of recent innovation struggles

When Apple reports earnings this week, it will once again find itself trying to demonstrate that it has a continued path for big growth. Many eyes will be on iPhone sales (with scrutiny on efforts in China), profit margins and any insights regarding Apple Watch. The market will question whether the iPhone 7 can help Apple break out of an innovation rut. But Apple may have already dropped the biggest hints regarding how it views its near-term innovation potential.

Survey: Less than 10% of U.S. iPhone owners very likely to upgrade this year without a redesigned model

Only 9.3 percent of current iPhone owners are either "extremely likely" or "somewhat likely" to upgrade to a new iPhone this year if Apple doesn't redesign its smartphone, according to a new poll.

MoffettNathanson: Macroeconomics, not fundamentals, driving success of Verizon, AT&T, others

Wireless industry insiders in the U.S. love to argue about carrier factors such as promotional campaigns, ARPU and price per gigabyte (as evidenced by  the recent dust-up  regarding Verizon's recent price hikes). But a new research note from MoffettNathanson argues investors shouldn't pay too much attention to those variables when it comes to picking carrier stocks.

Wells Fargo lowers Apple estimates amid 'one of the lowest periods of investor sentiment'

Increased competition among U.S. carriers and an underrated supply chain for the iPhone might help Apple beat lowered expecations over the next several months, according to a new research note from Wells Fargo Securities. 

The iPhone 7: Not that boring after all?

The upcoming version of the iPhone hasn't been unveiled yet, but Apple is already being criticized for being too conservative in its strategy for its next model. A recent Wall Street Journal report indicated the iPhone 7 – or whatever it will be branded – will offer  only modest modifications  as Apple keeps its powder dry and develops a more dramatically updated phone to launch in 2017.

T-Mobile's MetroPCS to offer the iPhone

T-Mobile's MetroPCS will finally start selling Apple's iPhone tomorrow – in Florida, at least.

Apple reportedly being investigated in South Korea

South Korean authorities are investigating Apple, according to a  Reuters  report this morning. And while Korean authorities aren't discussing details, the probe may have something to do with Apple's contracts with mobile network operators.

Sharp to begin production of OLED panels next year, potentially benefiting Apple

Sharp will begin shipping OLED panels next year in a move that may give Apple a third potential supplier of displays for the iPhone.