GoPro takes a dive as Apple looks to take a bite out of the market

GoPro stock fell 12.2 percent Tuesday after Apple received patent approval for a remote-control camera system. Investors fear Apple might set its sights on GoPro’s half of the $2.2 billion…

GoPro stock fell 12.2 percent Tuesday after Apple received patent approval for a remote-control camera system. Investors fear Apple might set its sights on GoPro’s half of the $2.2 billion…

Source:: GoPro takes a dive as Apple looks to take a bite out of the market

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