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What will Apple stock be worth in 2030?

What will Apple stock be worth in 2030?

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has been one of the most successful companies in history, both in terms of capturing the imagination of its users and investors, and of simply growing its business.

Indeed, the company is known for running advertisement campaigns aimed at selling the feel of Apple’s electronics – advanced, slick, futuristic, liberating, subversive, and revolutionary if we judge by a famous ad from 1984 – rather than any individual product.

In more recent years, AAPL has triggered a different type of daydreaming: what if I bought Apple stock ahead of the first iPhone release, or at least at the same time as Warren Buffett, and, finally, will there be another time in the stock’s future enabling traders to make it big as before?

With the hopes that investors may still manage to capitalize on Apple’s future breakthroughs and the historical triumphs of the big tech company, Finbold decided to ask – and try to answer – what will Apple stock be worth in 2030?

Could Apple stock repeat its past booms?

Predicting the future of Apple stock is arguably harder in 2024 than at any point in recent years. On the one hand, the company has, so far, failed to capitalize on the artificial intelligence (AI) boom, but on the other, it has an AI in the works.

Apple gave up on its electric vehicle (EV) dreams, but at the same time, given the state of the industry in the U.S., the decision might have been prudent.

The big tech firm released an exciting new product – Vision Pro – a tool that has a chance to trigger a smartphone-like revolution, but the revolution is yet to start.

Additionally, perhaps showing the stagnant spot Apple is in, in early 2024, it lost its spot as the world’s biggest company to Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and is pressured in the stock market by fears of dwindling sales in China.

Finally, Apple not only still has the potential to reignite its growth with a new breakthrough in the coming months and years but is also working with a solid foundation given its consolidation of the Apple Pay ecosystem, which, if nothing else. nearly guarantees a steady source of revenue with the big tech firm’s notorious lack of interoperability with third-party products.

Apple stock price prediction in 2030

There are several routes Apple stock might go in the coming 6 years. 

First, should it successfully launch its artificial intelligence platform, it might continue rising at the pace seen in recent years – though it would still have to fight for market share as a new arrival despite the benefit of brand recognition.

Under such circumstances, it might, by early 2023, be worth approximately $320 to $400 on the low end and more than $800 should it emulate the success seen with other AI-focused firms in recent times.

The “Vision Pro” is another product that could see Apple stock return to its former glory, though it may take multiple years if we look at the trends created by iPhone and iPad. 

Indeed, should Apple stock price history repeat itself, AAPL investors might see the first major benefits of the VR/AR boom in 2029 and the actual blossoming closer to 2033. 

Still, if we assume the iPhone-like effect, by 2030, Apple shares could be priced near $580, and if we admit the chance the “Vision Pro” could take off quicker and send AAPL shares surging in a manner akin to what was observed in the six years leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic, the big tech company might rise to about $720.

As a side note, should the world be hit with another lockdown-inducing pandemic –  and another lockdown-driven technology sector boom – Apple might find itself close to $500 within one year’s time, assuming it starts from the press time price of $171.13.

Finally, should Apple fail to secure its AI market share, and should the “Vision Pro” ultimately prove unexciting, AAPL shares might follow the pattern of a firm like IBM (NYSE: IBM) and find themselves close to $130 by 2030.

Ultimately, it is worth remembering that 2030 is far away and that no repeat of Apple’s – or another firm’s – past performance is guaranteed. It is also difficult to gauge the actual effects of hypothetical innovation or even the depth of some upcoming recession – which some, like JPMorgan’s (NYSE: JPM) Jamie Dimon, believe still has a 65% chance of starting in 2024.

Apple stock price chart

While AAPL shares’ future is difficult to gauge, Apple stock price history is well documented. The company, known for achieving stellar growth, has actually been doing relatively poorly in 2024. Year-to-date (YTD), AAPL stock has declined 7.82%.

AAPL YTD stock price chart. Source: FInbold

The more recent performance isn’t much better either, and Apple shares are 7.07% in the red in the last 30 days but 1.18% in the green in the last week. Finally, the latest full trading session – Wednesday, March 13 – saw AAPL close at $171.13 after falling 1.21%.

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