Motley Fool: IDC: Apple Shipped 16.2 Million Wearables in Q4

About a year ago, IDC said that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) had become the top dog in wearables in the final quarter of 2017, which was an impressive feat considering the fact that Apple does not participate in the market for basic…

Motley Fool: Apple's Trying to Push iPhone Upgrades — and That's OK!

Apple‘s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone business is experiencing some turbulence from a number of factors, including lengthening smartphone upgrade cycles, trade tensions between the U.S. and China, and the company’s temporary low-cost iPhone battery-replacement program.  Now, according to a new report from Bloomberg,…

Motley Fool: 3 Things Investors Need to Know About Apple's Rumored TV Service

It’s an open secret that Apple‘s (NASDAQ:AAPL) working on a video subscription service. While the company hasn’t officially announced anything just yet, Apple CEO Tim Cook continues to tease the service, and said on the most recent earnings call, “We…

Motley Fool: Why Aurora Cannabis Beats Apple in 1 Intriguing Way

Aurora Cannabis (NYSE:ACB) is something of a giant among marijuana stocks. It ranks among the top three largest marijuana stocks by market cap. Aurora claims the largest production capacity in the cannabis industry. The company’s global reach is greater than…

Motley Fool: Netflix and Spotify Haven't Killed the Subscription Hub Model Yet

Earlier this month, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) cost Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) some serious money. Netflix pulled its App Store payment option, which allowed the streaming-TV company to keep more of its own subscriber fees while cutting Apple out of the equation. Netflix’s move…