Tech giant Apple has become the first US company to be valued at $2tn (£1.5tn) on the stock market. It reached the milestone just two years after becoming the world’s first trillion-dollar company in 2018.
Epic Games sues Google and Apple over app store bans
Fortnite-maker Epic Games is taking legal action against Google after being banned from the Google Play app store, hours after doing the same with Apple. Apple and Google both removed the hit game from their app stores after Epic Games…
Twitter accounts of Apple, Musk, Gates, others hit in major hack
The official Twitter accounts of Apple, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and others were hijacked on Wednesday by scammers trying to dupe people into sending cryptocurrency bitcoin, in a massive hack.
Apple launches $100 mn racial justice initiative
Apple on Friday launched a racial justice initiative aimed at breaking down barriers to opportunity for minorities.
Apple, Google say users to control virus ‘tracing’ tool
Apple and Google said Friday their coronavirus “contact tracing” technology would enable smartphone users to control their own data, and that the system would likely be shut down after the pandemic ends.
Apple temporarily shuts stores outside China to fight virus
Tech giant Apple is closing its stores outside of China for two weeks and will only sell online as part of efforts to fight the global viral pandemic.
Apple temporarily closes stores in China amid virus outbreak
Apple is temporarily closing its 42 stores in mainland China, one of its largest markets, as a new virus spreads rapidly and the death toll there rose to 259 on Saturday.
Apple economy latest casualty in strife-torn Kashmir
Kashmir’s apple orchards, a backbone of the economy that supports nearly half the people living there, are deserted with fruit rotting on the trees at a time when they should be bustling with harvesters.
Apple introduces iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11
Apple on Tuesday, September 10 announced the introduction of iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 with dual and triple camera systems respectively.
Apple apologizes for use of contractors to eavesdrop on Siri
Apple is apologizing for allowing outsiders to listen to snippets of people’s recorded conversations with its digital assistant Siri, a practice that undermined its attempts to position itself as a trusted steward of privacy.
Apple loses more ground in smartphone market
Apple lost more ground in the shrinking smartphone market last quarter, with a sales tracker saying the tech giant was pushed off the top-three seller list by a Chinese rival. Apple fell to fourth place in global smartphone sales, shipping…
Apple will face tariffs on components imported from China
President Donald Trump warned yesterday that he would snub Apple’s requests for tariff exemptions on device components imported from China, as he put pressure on the tech company to shift production to the United States. “Apple will not be given…
Apple warns Trump that more China tariffs will help rivals
Dhaka, Jun 23 (UNB) – Apple has joined a growing chorus of firms urging the Trump administration to drop a plan for more US tariffs on Chinese goods, reports the BBC. The US has said it may impose duties on…
Apple CEO backs privacy laws, warns data being ‘weaponized’
The head of Apple on Wednesday endorsed tough privacy laws for both Europe and the U.S. and renewed the technology giant’s commitment to protecting personal data, which he warned was being “weaponized” against users.
Services growth boost Apple sales
Technology giant Apple, best known for its iPhones and computers, said newer lines of business such as Apple Pay, the App Store and Apple Music helped to drive growth in its third quarter. The services unit was what one analyst…
Apple, Samsung struggle in face of Chinese competition
The global launch of the iPhone 7 on Friday is crucial to Apple’s fortunes in China, but both it and its biggest rival Samsung, hit by a recall over exploding batteries, are struggling in the face of upstart local competitors.…