Shame about the supply pinch, though. Without that, sales might actually soar as high as 50 million, says a Morgan Stanley analyst.
The FutureBrand Top 100 Index asks "informed consumers" to rate brands. Google comes first. Apple is beaten even by Microsoft.
Apple likes to disrupt. And a lot of the disruption happens within Apple. Is the writing on the wall for ARM and Macs?
A report on Barron's looks at BMW's long-term commitment to electric vehicles and suggests it represents a market threat to Tesla Motors.
A supplier of the scratch-resistant material has upped output, says a researcher, causing some to predict a bigger iPhone.
The "A8" processor could drive Apple into a new multibillion market as the chip achieves performance on par with Intel processors powering the MacBook Air, says JP Morgan.
Analysts wax eloquent on future Apple devices and strategies, including the iPhone 6, iWatch, and mobile payments.
Looking ahead to 2014, reports are piling up about a larger iPad. One analyst speculates on what Apple could be planning.
The activist investor quits the fight to win control over Dell, but doesn't exactly cease hostilities. He quips (or so he says): "What's the difference between Dell and a dictatorship?"
On the heels of a Galaxy S4 release that was solid but not mind-blowing, word is that Apple is planning a killer software feature for the next iPhone.