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Macworld Welcome to our weekly Apple Breakfast column, which includes all the Apple news you missed last week in a handy bite-sized roundup. We call it Apple Breakfast because we think it goes great with a Monday morning cup of coffee or tea, but it’s cool if you want to give it a read during lunch or dinner hours too. Jam tomorrow One of our most widely read articles last week was an exploration of early iPhone 16 rumors. Reflecting on reports of larger screens, better battery life, solid-state buttons, and more, the article mused that the best course for customers might be to skip the iPhone 15 generation entirely and wait for the big update in 2024. I don’t…
Macworld Welcome to our weekly Apple Breakfast column, which includes all the Apple news you missed last week in a handy bite-sized roundup. We call it Apple Breakfast because we think it goes great with a Monday morning cup of coffee or tea, but it’s cool if you want to give it a read during lunch or dinner hours too. Jam tomorrow One of our most widely read articles last week was an exploration of early iPhone 16 rumors. Reflecting on reports of larger screens, better battery life, solid-state buttons, and more, the article mused that the best course for customers might be to skip the iPhone 15 generation entirely and wait for the big update in 2024. I don’t…
Concurrent with the second quarter of fiscal 2023 results published in early May, Apple declared a new quarterly payout of $0.24 per share. This dividend raise shook out to a 4% improvement on its $0.23 per share predecessor. Eric Volkman for The Motley Fool: All things being equal, [top dividend] stocks produce regular dividend income that yields at, or above, the average of a representative group of dividend payers. These days, the average yield of the S&P 500 index sits at just under 1.7%. It also helps greatly if the company enacts a dividend raise at least once every year. The companies most readily identified with dividend stocks also tend to be well-established ones with modest growth but very strong…
Concurrent with the second quarter of fiscal 2023 results published in early May, Apple declared a new quarterly payout of $0.24 per share. This dividend raise shook out to a 4% improvement on its $0.23 per share predecessor. Eric Volkman for The Motley Fool: All things being equal, [top dividend] stocks produce regular dividend income that yields at, or above, the average of a representative group of dividend payers. These days, the average yield of the S&P 500 index sits at just under 1.7%. It also helps greatly if the company enacts a dividend raise at least once every year. The companies most readily identified with dividend stocks also tend to be well-established ones with modest growth but very strong…
Apple has a problem that most of us would love: It has too much cash. For AAPL investors, that means massive buybacks and healthy dividends for years to come. Apple’s operating cash flow totaled $28.6 billion in its latest fiscal second quarter (ended April 1, 2023) during which the company spent $19.1 billion buying back 129 million AAPL shares and paid out $3.7 billion in dividends to investors. Sandy Ward for Morningstar: On the one hand, it’s good to be cash-rich because it gives a company plenty of flexibility to manage its businesses in the best of times by investing in innovation and staying competitive… On the other hand, having an ever-growing pile of cash on a company’s balance sheet,…
The iPhone 15 Pro Max will be the only model that has a periscope lens, a leaker has declared, which will drive customers to the most expensive model.The iPhone 15 Pro Max may get an exclusive periscope lensA periscope lens is a system that uses a prism and a series of lenses to increase the optical zoom capabilities of a device without necessarily making a smartphone thicker. While the technology is thought to be on the way in a future iPhone, a leaker claims that it will only be on one model in the iPhone 15 family. Read more...
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