Shares of $AAPL Top $100, Flirt with record closing high — Shares of Apple Inc. topped US$100 in intra-day trading on Tuesday, trading as high as $100.525 per share in heavy volume. $AAPL’s all-time closing high is $100.30 on a split-adjusted basis, set on September 19th, 2012. The stock briefly traded over $100 per share two days later, but this is the first time it has crossed that mark since.
As of this writing, $AAPL was trading at $100.43 (NZ$119.24), up $1.27 (+1.28%), on heavy volume. Katy Huberty of Morgan Stanley, meanwhile, explains why Apple’s stock price is poised to explode.
iTunes Festival 2014 adds Paolo Nutini, Lenny Kravitz, Elbow — Apple’s 2014 London iTunes Festival lineup just filled out a little more with Paolo Nutini, Lenny Kravitz, and Elbow all getting show dates. The annual music event includes 30 days of free concerts from big name artists at London’s Roundhouse, but tickets are available only through a lottery system.
Apple previously announced Maroon 5, Beck, Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, Blondie, Kylie, David Guetta, 5 Seconds of Summer, Calvin Harris, and Chrissie Hynde will be performing, and there are other artists on board.
The concerts will be streamed via Apple TV, so music fans that don’t win show tickets can still see the performances. Show dates and times are available on Apple’s iTunes Festival website (pictured above).
Easily run Windows on Macs — Have you ever wanted to easily run Windows applications & PC games on your Mac? [No!] If you do,
CrossOver 13 has you covered and now you can install your Windows software right onto your Mac without a Windows license, without rebooting, and without a virtual machine.
Your Windows applications and games integrate seamlessly on your Mac OS X and run alongside your other Mac applications.
Day One review: A Mac app that’s so nice, you’ll actually maintain your journal — Bloom Built’s superb Day One (Mac App Store link) makes keeping a journal easier than ever, thanks to smart features and a beautiful, welcoming interface. It costs NZ$12.99.