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T-Mobile nixes down payments, ups monthly fees

T-Mobile said Friday that it is temporarily eliminating upfront payments on new phones, but it is increasing the prices for some models through higher monthly payments.Full story

On the Call: Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple's earnings are falling, partly because the company is selling more of its less expensive, older iPhone 4s instead of the latest version. Like the iPhone 5, the preceding two generations of models can run on Apple's latest operating system, the iOS 6. Full story

3 Reasons to Bet on Apple This Week

Apple's on deck, and it's swinging away. Full story

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CNBC's Seema Mody reports the biggest movers for the Nasdaq including BlackBerry, Oracle, and Apple. "One analyst indicates the iPhone 5s production will start this month"

  Is Apple losing its cool factor?

The tech company’s stock, which has dropped $200 since September, dropped another 3.5 percent Monday after The Wall Street Journal reported Apple had cut orders for iPhone 5 parts due to weaker than expected demand. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.

  iPhone May be Losing its 'Cool': Report

Apple is cutting orders for iPhone 5 parts due to weaker than expected demand, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.

  Apple: Has-Been or Phoenix?

CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Apple has been ordered fewer iPhone 5 parts; and what this could mean longer term for the stock, with Brian Colello, Morningstar senior analyst and Stuart Jeffrey, Nomura analyst.

  Apple Sells 2 Million iPhone 5 Smartphones In China

Apple sold 2 million iPhone 5 smartphones in China, and that seemed to take the fear out of investors who were questioning the stock's growth, explains Spencer Ante, The Wall Street Journal.

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An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013
An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013

An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

iPhone 5 models are pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.
iPhone 5 models are pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.

iPhone 5 models are pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

File photo of an illustration of Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S4 and Apple's iPhone 5 in Seoul
File photo of an illustration of Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S4 and Apple's iPhone 5 in Seoul

Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S4 and Apple's iPhone 5 are seen in this illustration taken in Seoul in this May 13, 2013 file photo. Samsung, the South Korean giant, now has a 19 percent share of the $80 billion smartphone market in China, a market expected to surge to $117 billion by 2017, according

An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni