Apple Co-Founder Wozniak really wants a folding iPhone
28 February 2019 | 2:59 pm
Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak discusses the folding phones which Apple's competitors Samsung Electronics Co. and Huawei Technologies Co. recently introduced.
4 Jan 2017
Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson discusses Apple’s strategy for expansion into India and why the Indian government is unlikely to offer the company concessions to manufacture iPhones.
30 Dec 2017
Apple apologized for a software update that led to slower performance on older iPhones.
5 Jan 2018
Apple Inc. announced on Wednesday that all iOS devices, like Mac computers, iPhones, and iPads, are affected by chip security flaws. Bloomberg's Jeremy Kahn reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
28 Aug 2018
Gene Munster, Loup Ventures managing partner, and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discuss Apple Inc.'s planned updates to the iPhone X.
24 Dec 2018
In the latest case in a legal battle between the US chipmaker and US smartphone brand, a German court gave the nod to the chipmaker. It means older iPhones will come off the shelves of Apple stores in Germany.
16 May 2019
Apple may be due for a hit from the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.
6 Sep 2019
Apple Inc. is developing in-screen fingerprint technology for as early as its 2020 iPhones, according to people familiar with the plans. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has more on "Bloomberg Technology."
30 Apr 2021
Profits at Apple more than doubled in the first three months of 2021, as sales of all its flagship products soared. Demand for company's biggest earner, the iPhone, was boosted by the latest model, which can be used on 5G mobile networks.
6 Aug 2021
"NeuralHash" technology makes it possible to detect child sex abuse images uploaded to the cloud. Privacy advocates fear technology invites political mission creep, especially in authoritarian states.
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Iran has been gripped by five weeks of demonstrations against dress codes for women — and some hard-liners want an even stronger clampdown. ZDF journalist Jörg Brase reports on protests and acts of civil disobedience in Iran's capital, Tehran.
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We take a look at how the press is covering the anti-Covid protests in China. We also discuss the anti-regime movement in Iran and a controversial World Cup move to support it. In food news, we find out the challenges facing the EU chocolate industry and how dolphins aren't put off by the taste of hot peppers.
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More than 80 people have been injured in southern India as villagers continue to protest the building of a seaport. The project is being financed by Asia's richest man, Gautam Adani.
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A former teacher has been accused of more than 100 cases of sexual abuse against children and teenagers. The crimes allegedly occurred over more than two decades in the western state of Hesse.
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30 percent of African women are entrepreneurs. Their contribution to African economies is vital. But they could do much more, if treated just like their male counterparts.
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Two more teams qualify for the World Cup last 16, meaning that there are still 13 squads looking to book their place. If you thought the matches were exciting so far, they're bound to get even tougher over the coming days. Portugal make it through with a double from Bruno Fernandes, as do Brazil despite Neymar’s absence. Plus, Cameroon come from behind in a 3-3 thriller against Serbia, while Ghana beat South Korea 3-2.