Technology giant Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) posted its third quarter fiscal 2015 earnings results on June 21, missing iPhone sales expectations. Despite this miss, however, Apple had a successful quarter with earnings per share of $1.85 on revenue of $49.6 billion, beating expectations of $1.81 per share on $49.43 billion in revenue. As such, Apple’s report and the future of the technology giant has been all anyone can talk about. Here are the top 10 analysts who cover Apple and their insights on the company’s future:

1. Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray most recently weighed in on Apple on July 21 after the company’s third quarter fiscal 2015 earnings results were announced, maintaining an Overweight rating on the stock with a price target of $162. While iPhone sales came in lower than the Street expected, Munster believes “Jun-15 iPhone unit growth of 35% [year-over-year] vs 38% in Mar-15 is positive overall as it represents continued market share growth.” The average sale price for an iPhone was “$660 vs $659 in Mar-15, which is a positive surprise as usually ASPs decline through the life of the cycle.” As such, Munster is adamant that “the theme of share growth will continue into the [iPhone 6] S cycle and remain positive on shares of Apple.”

Gene Munster has rated Apple a total of 145 times since 2009, earning an 81% success rate recommending the company and a +30.5% average return per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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2. Michael Walkley of Canaccord Genuity reiterated a Buy rating on Apple on July 22 with a $155 price target in light of the company’s Q3 fiscal 2015 earnings results. The analyst believes “the current iPhone 6 and upcoming iPhone 6s should continue to post strong sales and high-end smartphone market share gains, as [he] believe[s] the iPhone 6/ 6 Plus smartphones are generating very strong replacement sales from existing iPhone consumers who slowed the pace of iPhone upgrade purchases during the relatively disappointing iPhone 5 and 5s product cycles.”

Michael Walkley has rated Apple 77 times since 2009, earning a 73% success rate recommending the stock and a +28.5% average return per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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3. Brian White of Cantor Fitzgerald reiterated a Buy rating on Apple on July 22 with a $195 price target. In White’s eyes, “Apple is still in the midst of a transformational, super cycle with the first new product category in five years with Apple Watch, a multi-year iPhone cycle given the larger form factor, big momentum in China, potential new areas of innovation (e.g., streaming TV, growing interest in the car), and a rapidly expanding digital matrix (e.g., Apple Music, Apple Pay, CarPlay, etc.).”

Brian White has rated Apple 116 times total since 2010, earning an 83% success rate recommending the company and a +28.5% average return per AAPL rating when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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4. Keith Bachman of BMO Capital Markets last reiterated an Outperform rating on Apple on July 22 with a price target of $145, citing that “Apple delivered a very good quarter against high expectations.” However, the analyst believes “the stock will need to retreat some in the near-term” from falling short on iPhone sales estimates “despite the Apple story remaining compelling.”

Keith Bachman has rated Apple a total of 77 times since 2009, earning a 73% success rate recommending the stock and a +34.2% average return per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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5. Ben Schachter of Macquarie maintained an Outperform rating on Apple on July 21 with a price target of $155. The analyst noted, “once we get past the first full quarter of iPhone 6 comps, we think investors will become more focused on what else matters for the stock. If we assume that the next iteration of the iPhone is only up slightly, then we think things like the App Store, Macs, Apple Watch, Apple Pay, etc… will become more of a focus for investors.”

Ben Schachter has rated Apple 7 times since 2010, earning an 86% success rate recommending the company and a +38.3% average return per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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6. Bill Shope of Goldman Sachs maintained a Buy rating on Apple on July 22 with a price target of $163. The analyst notes that Apple’s “gross margin of 39.7% was just above our estimate of 39.6%, and operating margin of 28.4% also beat our 28.0% estimate… While the next iPhone family faces a tough set of comps, we continue to believe there is upside to expectations – particularly on gross margins.” The analyst also believes that concerns over Apple missing iPhone sales estimates are “overblown” and expects “a new user and replacement tailwind [to] continue into the next cycle.”

Bill Shope has rated Apple 62 times total since 2009, earning an 82% success rate recommending the stock and a +34.7% average return per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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7. Toni Sacconaghi of Bernstein Research, who currently has an Outperform rating on Apple with a $142 price target, last weighed in on Apple on July 21, ahead of the company’s earnings.  The analyst noted, “While Apple will not explicitly provide Watch sales data, it is expected to be included in “Other Products” revenue, a category which includes sales of Watch, iPod, Apple TV, and Accessories. We expect this category to ink $3.3B of sales – ($1.65B from Watch, and $1.65B from other products).”

Toni Sacconaghi has rated Apple 62 times since 2013, earning a 75% success rate recommending the company and a +29.3% per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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8. Kathryn Huberty of Morgan Stanley reiterated an Overweight rating on Apple on July 22 with a price target of $155, noting, “the stock is attractive…following an expectations reset this quarter.” She continued, “iPhone remains the major [earnings per share] driver in the medium term, and we believe Apple will enjoy another strong product cycle starting this fall, especially with the majority of the iPhone installed base waiting to upgrade and Apple heading into the launch with channel inventory at the low end of its target range.”

Kathryn Huberty has rated Apple a total of 69 times since 2013, earning a 75% success rate recommending the stock and a +27.9% average return per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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9. Chris Caso of Susquehanna maintained a positive rating on Apple with a $155 price target, citing Apple’s Q3 earnings report as “solid.” The analyst believes the “iPhone performed about in line with expectations from the start of the quarter, though expectations had become more bullish as the quarter progressed.” Despite missing iPhone sales expectations, the analyst believes “the stock can trade in excess of $150 once investors become comfortable that AAPL can continue to grow despite the tough compares following iPhone 6’s success.”

Chris Caso has rated Apple 27 times since 2011, earning an 83% success rate recommending the company and a +32.6% average return per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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10. William Power of Robert W. Baird, who currently has an Outperform rating on Apple with a price target of $155, last weighed in on Apple in the beginning of June after the company’s annual WWDC event. The analyst was excited about the announcement of Apple Music, noting “Apple Music as [an] additive to the overall Apple ecosystem” and beliefs that “the software refinements should help improve the overall customer experience.”

William Power has rated Apple 34 times since 2010, eanring a 69% success rate recommending the stock and a +28.6% average return per AAPL recommendation when measured over a one-year horizon and no benchmark.

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Out of 39 analysts polled by TipRanks, 25 analysts are bullish on Apple, 12 are neutral, and 2 are bearish. The 12-month average price target for Apple is $151.13, marking a 20.69% potential upside from where the stock is currently trading. On average, the all-analyst consensus for Apple is Moderate Buy.