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Better Buy: Apple vs. IBM

Leo Sun, The Motley Fool
·6-min read
Better Buy: Apple vs. IBM
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Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) are two tech giants that have generated very different returns for investors over the past decade. Apple's stock price has skyrocketed more than 1,000% as the iPhone has reshaped the mobile market. The iPad redefined tablet computers, the Apple Watch dominated the smartwatch market, and the company further expanded its hardware ecosystem with AirPods and HomePods.