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Apple to launch first online store in India next week
September 18, 2020
Apple to launch first online store in India next week
BENGALURU (Reuters) - Apple Inc will launch its first online store in India on September 23, the iPhone maker said on Friday, coinciding with the country’s festive season that rakes
Facebook says Apple rejected its attempt to tell users about App Store fees
August 28, 2020
Facebook says Apple rejected its attempt to tell users about App Store fees
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook Inc told Reuters that Apple Inc rejected its attempt to tell users the iPhone maker would take a 30% cut of sales in a new
Top Apple iPhone maker Foxconn restarts key China plant with 10% of workers
February 10, 2020
Top Apple iPhone maker Foxconn restarts key China plant with 10% of workers
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Apple’s biggest iPhone maker Foxconn got approval to resume production at a key plant in China after being forced to shut it following the coronavirus outbreak, but
Apple asks US to waive tariffs on Chinese-made watches, iPhone parts, AirPods
November 2, 2019
Apple asks US to waive tariffs on Chinese-made watches, iPhone parts, AirPods
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Apple Inc asked the Trump administration to waive tariffs on Chinese-made Apple Watches, iPhone components and other consumer products, according to company filings with the US Trade
Apple's new iPhones shift smartphone camera battleground to AI
September 12, 2019
Apple's new iPhones shift smartphone camera battleground to AI
CALIFORNIA (Reuters) - When Apple Inc introduced its triple-camera iPhone this week, marketing chief Phil Schiller waxed on about the device’s ability to create the perfect photograph by weaving it
Apple offers researchers record reward for tracing iPhone security flaws
August 9, 2019
Apple offers researchers record reward for tracing iPhone security flaws
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Apple Inc, the leading tech company, is offering cyber security researchers up to $1 million (£823,694) to detect flaws in iPhones, the largest reward offered by