Watch Out Apple’s Stocks

Good news started coming for Apple and better years are expected. The American multinational corporation is close to sign an important agreement with the biggest mobile carrier in the world, China Mobile. In order to have the full Asian market covered, Apple is considering a settlement to sell its mobile phones by Docomo, the Japan’s largest carrier. The deal with China has finally reached an agreement mainly because cheaper phones will be provided by Apple, the iPhone 5C which is considered to be affordable and in line with the expectations of the Asian consumers.

Next week Apple will launch its brand new iPhone 5S and the brand new and cheaper iPhone 5C which despite its low price, represents the product that is expected to boost sales. There are also rumors about the third iPhone, a larger one named iPhone 5L, which most probably will hit the market in the beginning of next year. The surprises list continues with the October launch of the new operating system named OS X Mavericks, expected to offer an improved battery performance, desktop versions of iMaps and iBooks and advanced multiple display support.

Therefore, Apple’s stocks will  be the most tracked in the following period. The company may be on the right path, now that is offering a mix of high quality products that are affordable for a wider range of consumers. The variety of products, prices and the extended targeted area may the needed approach of this business, given the market and its main players.

Apple, To Be Followed In The Next Period

Apple is back on the game, or better said… it always lead the mobile phone industry? At least on the American market, Apple is indeed the one with the greatest influence. According to a research made by Nielsen, 40% of American smartphone users own an iOS mobile device while 24.7% use mobiles with android operated by Samsung.

Another surprise is to come in less than a month. On 10th of September, a new iPhone will be launched, iPhone 5S which is expected to bright by its brand new operating system iOS 7. Investors already started to buy Apple shares, given the momentum that is expected next month.

The third quarter’s result for Apple disappointed. Comparing with last year-quarter ($8.8 billion net profit), this quarter reported only $6.9 billion. The CEO Tim Cook was proud to announce increased sales on mobile phones and strong growth in revenue from iTunes, Software and Services. Increasing the divided on share at more than $3, in its latest earnings report Apple declared itself satisfied by returning $18.8 billion in cash to shareholders through dividends and share repurchases. Next month will cause trepidations and investors will find out if Apple is indeed going in the right direction after losing its founder, Steve Jobs. Lately, Apple announce that will launch several products which will be cheaper, news that could affect the quality product picture that represents the company.