Apple Posts Record $11.5B in Services Revenue
The jump in digital services sales testifies to Apple's progress in selling other products to its installed base of iPhone users.
Apple Enters Streaming Wars With Apple TV+
The new streaming platform may face heavy competition from the likes of Netflix but should grow Apple's services business.
Lawmakers Seek Answers Over Apple Bug
The company is facing criticism over its response to a flaw in its FaceTime app.
Apple Lowers Q1 Guidance Amid China Woes
CEO Tim Cook says the revenue shortfall "is over 100 percent from iPhone and it's primarily in greater China."
Apple Shares Fall 6.5% on Disappointing Outlook
The company's revenue projection for the holiday season fueled concerns that slowing growth "could translate into a new growth paradigm.”
Companies Must Be Held Accountable for Protecting Customers’ Data: Tim Cook
Speaking at a conference in Brussels, Apple's CEO said Europe's privacy regulations should be a model for policymakers.
Apple’s Revenue Jumps 4.6% in ‘Strong’ Q2
iPhone sales totaled 50.76 million, missing analysts' estimates, but consumers may be looking ahead to a big upgrade.
Apple Posts Record Quarterly Revenue of $78B
Sales of the flagship iPhone increased 5% in the first quarter, helping Apple to snap a streak of declining revenue.
Apple Hit With $14B Penalty Over Irish Tax Deal
The European Commission says Ireland improperly allowed Apple to avoid paying taxes on almost all profits from sales in the EU.
Apple’s Q2 Results Miss on iPhone Sales Drop
The company suffered its first quarterly revenue decline in 13 years as its flagship smartphone appears to be nearing saturation point.
Apple, FBI Face off Over Access to Killer’s iPhone
The company is opposing a court order requiring it to help the FBI unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino mass shooters.