Apple forecasts another drop in revenue, proclaims iPhone production problems over
For the just-ended quarter, Apple's profits missed Wall Street expectations for the first time since 2016, dragged down by iPhone sales falling for the first time since 2020.
Apple warns of lower iPhone shipments as Covid curbs hobble China plant
Demand for smartphones assembled at Foxconn's Zhengzhou plant has helped Apple remain a bright spot in a technology sector battered by consumer spending cutbacks amid surging inflation and interest rates.
China imposes Covid lockdown on area around iPhone factory
The move comes after images emerged on Chinese social media showing people breaking out of the facility, which is run by Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn and employs hundreds of thousands of workers.
China Covid curbs disrupt production at world's biggest iPhone factory
China is the last major economy welded to a zero-Covid strategy, persisting with snap lockdowns, mass testing and lengthy quarantines in a bid to keep infections to a minimum.
iRent? How an Apple each day keeps the Fomo away
An iPhone rental service could tap consumers' fear of missing out, or Fomo, and allow them to stay in fashion at a more affordable price.
Senior Indonesian officials targeted by spyware last year, sources say
Apple and security researchers say the recipients of the warnings were targeted using ForcedEntry, an advanced software to help foreign spy agencies remotely and invisibly take control of iPhones.
Apple suppliers to make Apple Watch and MacBook in Vietnam, report says
Apple's Chinese suppliers Luxshare Precision Industry and iPhone assembler Foxconn have reportedly started test production of Apple Watch and MacBook in Northern Vietnam.
Apple’s iPhone development schedule delayed by China lockdowns, report says
In the worst-case scenario, Apple expects the manufacturing schedule and initial production volumes of the new phones to be hurt, the Nikkei business daily reports.
Apple to turn iPhones into payment terminals
The feature will use near field communications technology and allow businesses to accept credit and debit cards and other digital wallets with a tap on the device.
US State Department phones hacked with Israeli company spyware, say sources
The hacks, which took place in the last several months, are said to have hit US officials either based in Uganda or focused on matters concerning the East African country.
Apple cuts iPad production to feed chips to iPhone 13, says report
Production of the iPad was down half from Apple's original plans for the past two months, the report said, adding that parts intended for older iPhones were also being switched to the iPhone 13.
Apple likely to slash iPhone 13 production due to chip crunch, says report
Shares of Apple fell 1.2% in after-hours trading, while Texas Instruments and Broadcom were both down about 1%.