Apple Reportedly Shifting Away from Intel
The company is considering the use of in-house chips for its next generation of Mac computers.
Apple, Google Add Tech Muscle to Virus Fight
The companies have teamed up to add technology to their smartphones that will alert users if they have been in contact with a COVID-19 infected person.
Experts React to Apple’s Revenue Warning, Coronavirus Threat
The company has had to temporarily halt production and close retail stores in China due to the coronavirus.
Why Some of Today’s Corporate Powerhouses May Not Survive
Will giants like General Motors and Walmart make the same mistake Nokia made? Or will they emulate Tesla and Amazon?
Apple Says Zhengzhou Factory Broke Labor Rules
In response to a watchdog group, the tech giant acknowledged that a supplier violated rules on working conditions to build its latest iPhones.
Latest Tariff Threat Could Be ‘Gut Punch’ for Apple
Analysts warn of a hit to earnings and iPhone demand if President Trump follows through with a 10% tariff on Chinese goods.
Apple’s Revenue Is Up, but EPS Is Down
Strong iPhone sales in China and record services revenue drive third-quarter results for Apple.
Judge Rules Qualcomm Broke Antitrust Laws
The company improperly used its leverage to boost fees to phone makers.
Supreme Court Deals Antitrust Blow to Apple
The court says iPhone users are eligible to sue Apple for overcharging them for apps sold in the App Store.
SEC Charges Bring Long Fraud Saga to a Close
Five years after GT Advanced Technologies went bankrupt, the company and its ex-CEO, facing overwhelming evidence, cop to SEC allegations.
Apple Supplier Accused of Lying About Contract
The ex-CEO of GT Advanced Technologies allegedly misled investors about the company's performance of an agreement to supply sapphire glass for iPhones.