Sept 23 (Reuters) – Apple Inc sold 9 million new
iPhones during their first three days in stores after China
joined the list of launch countries for the first time,
prompting the company to issue a rosier financial forecast.
Shares in the company closed up 5 percent at $490.64 on
Monday after the company said revenue in the fiscal fourth
quarter would gravitate towards the high end of its previous
forecast for $34 billion to $37 billion.
And like the Dell deal, Blackberry can solicit alternate proposals. Watch out for drama then…or maybe not.
Blackberry sold to consortium led by Fairfax Financial. Company to go private under deal
BREAKING: Blackberry sold for $4.7 billion
(Reuters) – Apple Inc sold a higher-than-expected 9 million iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models in the first three days following their Friday launch, prompting the company to issue a more optimistic financial forecast.
Apple shares rose 4.5 percent to $488.64 in early trading on Monday following the news.
The whole office watching the rather dramatic Americas Cup race.
(Reuters) – Thousands of iPhone enthusiasts queued up at Apple Inc stores around the world on Friday as two new models of the smartphone went on sale, but Apple’s shares ended slightly lower as investors wait for initial sales figures, due as early as next week.
Long lines formed outside stores in Sydney, Tokyo, New York, San Francisco and other cities as Apple broke with tradition and launched two iPhone models – the new top-of-the-line 5S and the less-expensive 5C – on the same day.