Apple says China ruling will force Qualcomm settlement
Apple Inc. says a Chinese ban on sales of the iPhone will force it to settle a long and bitter licensing battle with Qualcomm Inc. Oceanic Partners Vice President Matt Larson and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discuss on "Bloomberg Technology."
Apple shifts marketing staff to boost iPhone sales
Apple Inc. is experimenting with iPhone marketing strategies it rarely uses to boost sales of its flagship product.
Apple has a plan B as iPhone demand wanes
In a world where iPhone demand is on the wane, Apple Inc. has a Plan B.
Apple suppliers drop on signs of iPhone demand weakness
Major suppliers to Apple Inc.’s iPhone fell as investors fretted that fiscal first-quarter iPhone growth may be slowing, possibly below initial guidance.
Apple's most lucrative new iPhone feature
In the latest iPhones that went on sale on Sept. 21, the biggest upsell isn’t the wide-stereo speakers, the dual-lens camera, or the stainless steel accents. It’s the tiny Nand storage chip that lets you save all those photos in Portrait Mode.
Amazon Versus Apple: Who Wins in the Device Wars?
Andy Cunningham, Cunningham Collective founder and president, Guru Hariharan, Boomerang's chief executive officer, and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discuss Apple Inc.'s iPhone strategy and Amazon.com Inc.'s new devices.
Apple to embrace iPhone X design in three new phones
Apple Inc. is reportedly launching three new phones that embrace the iPhone X design and will include a wider range of prices, features, and sizes to choose from.
iPhone, Laptop makers eye moving production in trade war prep
Manufacturers of iPhones, laptops, and other electronics are preparing to move parts of their production away from China on trade war concerns.