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Apple Keeps Quiet as the iPhone and iPad Rumors Get Louder
The last several days have been eventful for Apple (aapl). The company was the subject of countless rumors surrounding its upcoming plans in the tablet and smartphone markets, and found itself once again at the center of a debate with the White House ...
Apple Loop: Disappointing iPhone 8 Leaks, March's Surprise Smartphone, Tim Cook's Boring iPhone Plan - Forbes
Apple Loop: Disappointing iPhone 8 Leaks, March's Surprise Smartphone, Tim Cook's Boring iPhone Plan
Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week's Apple AAPL +0.10% Loop includes new iPhone models for March, more storage for the iPhone 8, Apple dropping TouchID, why the iPhone 8 will be boring, the slow success of Apple ...
Tech breakthroughs take a backseat in upcoming Apple iPhone launch
Apple is going all-in on wireless charging for the iPhone 8
Contradictory report cites 5 Apple wireless charging teams on 'iPhone 8,' no tech breakthroughs
Apple iPhone 7 Plus fire caught on video
The owner of an Apple iPhone 7 Plus got a surprising wake-up call earlier this week. Her smartphone was on fire. A video posted on Twitter on Wednesday by Brianna Olivas, an 18-year-old college student in Tucson, Arizona, shows the rose gold iPhone in ...
Apple investigating video of exploding iPhone 7 Plus
Apple probes iPhone 7 Plus explosion
Apple checking 'exploding' iPhone video
Apple decides iPhone screen repairs will no longer void your warranty
Having your iPhone screen replaced by someone other than Apple will apparently no longer void the device's warranty, according to internal memos seen by MacRumors - although there are some caveats. That means if you got your cracked screen swapped ...
Apple Says Third-Party iPhone Screen Repairs No Longer Fully Void Your Warranty
Third-party iPhone screen repairs no longer void warranty, Apple says
Apple Claims That Performing 3rd-Party iPhone Screen Repairs Will Not Void Customer's Warranty
Apple's next-generation 3D iPhone camera could 'reinvent the user experience'
Apple is developing a new camera with "3D sensing and modeling capabilities" that could "reinvent the user experience" to be included in a redesigned iPhone expected to launch later this year, according to new research from KGI Securities analyst Ming ...
Will Apple add facial recognition or iris scanning to the next iPhone?
The New Apple iPhone X Coming To You With 3-D Sensing Camera Capability
Apple's 'iPhone' 8 looks to bring a bigger redesigned battery (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 73) - CNET
Apple's 'iPhone' 8 looks to bring a bigger redesigned battery (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 73)
Apple Has at Least Five Different Groups Working on Wireless Charging Ahead of iPhone 8 · Tech breakthroughs take a backseat in upcoming Apple iPhone launch · iPhone 8 With Longer Battery Life Said to Entice Those With Older iPhones to Upgrade.
Apple Finally Has a Fix for iPhone 6 Battery Problem
There's finally some good news for iPhone 6 owners who have been plagued with a mysterious bug that suddenly shuts down their phone. After months of downplaying the problem, Apple this week offered some details about the defect—and, better yet, says ...
Apple fixed an annoying iPhone battery bug and didn't tell people for weeks
Apple: Random iPhone battery shutdowns are way down
Apple Trying to Permanently Resolve iPhone 6 and 7 Battery Defects
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Annual Apple iPhone sales fall for the first time in China, local brands dominate
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Apple's iPhone sales fell for the first time in China on an annual basis. 2016 sales for Apple totalled 44.9 million units with under 10% marketshare, representing a 23% drop in shipments compared to 2015. This decline highlights how China continues to ...
Apple iPhone Losing Ground In China Smartphone Market
Top 3 Chinese Smartphone Vendors Grab Nearly Half of China's Market in 2016, says IDC - prAP42292517
Apple Is Getting Pushed Around in China By Local Phone Brands
Analysts ringing the alarms on historical iPhone data
Barclays analyst Mark Moskowitz continued to reiterate his cautious tone on Apple as he believes near-term ASPs could be pressured given divergences in trends between premium device sales and sub $500 iPhone sales. He also reiterates that the iPhone ...