The iPhone surely is the Apple of one’s eye. And the celebrated American company is living up to its reputation. Apple on Tuesday played to its strength with a powerful new iPhone and iPad models able to serve as stages for its new game and television services.
Apple would begin selling parts, tools and repair guides to independent shops to fix broken iPhones, a major change after years of lobbying against laws in some US states that would have compelled it to do just that.
Emirates has banned 15-inch MacBook Pro sold between September 2015 and February 2017, on all of its flights.
The newest handsets come as Apple seeks to spur new upgrades in a slumping global smartphone market.
The EU's tax demand, made three years ago, "defies reality and common sense," Apple's lawyer Daniel Beard told the EU's lower General Court.
The company plans on investing more than 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) in the next three years for team expansion, research and development.
According to sources, Foxconn will be assembling the device in its plant in southern Tamil Nadu state.
Apple is angling to participate in a new scheme to boost India’s exports of computer products, part of what government and industry sources say are plans to bring iPad tablet manufacturing to the South Asian country.
South Korea’s Hyundai Motor Co said on Monday it is not now in talks with Apple Inc on autonomous electric cars, just a month after it confirmed early-stage talks with the tech giant, sending the automaker’s shares skidding.