is proving a puzzle for investors. Shareholders hoping for a push to the share price might need to wait until the summer when the iPhone maker’s long-awaited virtual reality headset could finally launch.
(ticker: AAPL) looks in some ways to be the strongest of the major U.S. technology companies. It hasn’t had to implement mass layoffs and it’s poised to benefit from a rebound in Chinese demand. However, Apple is still slowly racking up bearish views from Wall Street analysts, concerned about consumer spending.