Apple CEO Tim Cook: emerging markets including Vietnam posted double digit growth

Apple CEO Tim Cook: emerging markets including Vietnam posted double digit growth

Apple CEO Tim Cook has shared the brand's growth in emerging markets including Vietnam during the company's Q3 2021 earnings call.
Apple to pay $3.4-m over iPhone obsolescence in Chile

Apple to pay $3.4-m over iPhone obsolescence in Chile

Apple has agreed to pay Chilean consumers $3.4 million in a lawsuit over programmed obsolescence of iPhones, their lawyer said Wednesday, the first such settlement in Latin America.
Luxshare to boost employee numbers to begin iPhone manufacturing in Vietnam

Luxshare to boost employee numbers to begin iPhone manufacturing in Vietnam

Luxshare factories were found somewhat lacking in human resources capacity by Apple to begin iPhone manufacturing in Vietnam.
F.Studio's prospects made more abysmal by rumours of first Apple Store in Vietnam

F.Studio's prospects made more abysmal by rumours of first Apple Store in Vietnam

The prospects of F.Studio could turn from bad to worse once Apple sets up its very first outlet in Vietnam.
Apple in talks to buy Intel smartphone chip unit: Report

Apple in talks to buy Intel smartphone chip unit: Report

Apple is in talks to buy Intel's smartphone modem chip unit, a move that would help the iPhone maker control a key component, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday (Jul 22).
Apple, Qualcomm announce settlement in royalty dispute

Apple, Qualcomm announce settlement in royalty dispute

Apple and American microchip manufacturer Qualcomm said on Tuesday (Apr 16) they have agreed to "dismiss all litigation" against each other worldwide in what had been a sprawling battle over royalty payments.
Even iPhone facility in Vietnam, assembling still keep commonly

Even iPhone facility in Vietnam, assembling still keep commonly

The assembly segment will remain dominant in Vietnam, even if Foxconn relocates its iPhone assembling facility from China.
Apple risks iPhone ban in Germany after court ruling

Apple risks iPhone ban in Germany after court ruling

A German court on Thursday (Dec 20) found in favour of US chip manufacturer Qualcomm in a patent dispute case against Apple, which could lead to a ban on sales of iPhones in Germany.
Samsung may struggle to keep local position for Foxconn's plan

Samsung may struggle to keep local position for Foxconn's plan

If Foxconn’s plan of opening an iPhone manufacturer in Vietnam comes true, Samsung will not be the sole option of the local supporting industry, which might just end up in a tug-of-war over workers and suppliers.
Foxconn ex-manager jailed for stealing 2,000 iPhones

Foxconn ex-manager jailed for stealing 2,000 iPhones

A former manager at Taiwan's technology giant Foxconn has been jailed for stealing and selling 2,000 iPhones to pocket around Tw$8.46 million ($277,000), a court said Friday.
iPhone XS, XR and the Apple Watch Series 4 launch: 5 things to know

iPhone XS, XR and the Apple Watch Series 4 launch: 5 things to know

Tech giant Apple on Wednesday (Sep 12) unveiled a slew of new products, including its priciest iPhones and a smartwatch that can detect when you fall as well as your risk of atrial fibrillation.
Updated Apple system takes on smartphone addiction

Updated Apple system takes on smartphone addiction

Apple's polished iPhone line-up comes with tools to help users dial back their smartphone obsessions, amid growing concerns over "addiction" and harmful effects on children.
Apple expected to unveil new iPhones at Sep 12 event

Apple expected to unveil new iPhones at Sep 12 event

Apple on Thursday (Aug 30) sent out invitations to a Sep 12 event at which it is expected to unveil new additions to its money-making iPhone line-up.
Apple fined millions by Australian court for misleading customers over faulty iPhones

Apple fined millions by Australian court for misleading customers over faulty iPhones

Apple was Tuesday fined Aus$9 million (US$6.7 million) by an Australian court for making false claims about consumer rights when refusing to fix faulty iPhones and iPads previously repaired by a third party.
Jury orders Samsung to pay Apple US$533m in iPhone case

Jury orders Samsung to pay Apple US$533m in iPhone case

A federal court jury on Thursday (May 24) ordered Samsung to pay Apple US$533 million or copying iPhone design features in a patent case dating back seven years.
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