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6 Aug
"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.
30 Apr
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.
18 Jan
The auto industry has been left scrambling for semiconductors as a swift recovery catches their suppliers off guard. Strong demand for iPhones, Galaxy tabs and Playstation consoles from housebound consumers is to blame.
28 Feb 2019
Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak discusses the folding phones which Apple's competitors Samsung Electronics Co. and Huawei Technologies Co. recently introduced.
14 Dec 2018
Foxconn is known for being the biggest assembler of iPhones. Terry Gou is the chairman and largest shareholder of Foxconn. He's also Taiwan's richest man.
3 Nov 2018
Apple Inc. announced that it would stop providing unit sales for iPhones, iPads, and Macs in fiscal 2019 after a disappointing earnings report sent shares tumbling.
13 Sep 2018
Michael Wolf, chief executive officer and co-founder at Activate, discusses investor and consumer expectations for the newest iPhones from Apple.
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."
1 Jan 2018
Apple Inc. apologized to customers for software changes that reduced the performance of older iPhones to prevent unexpected shutdowns, while saying the company hadn’t intentionally set out to shorten the life of the products.
30 Dec 2017
Apple apologized for a software update that led to slower performance on older iPhones.
29 Dec 2017
Apple Inc. apologized to customers for software changes that reduced the performance of older iPhones in order to extend their battery life.
23 Dec 2017
Gene Munster, Loup Ventures co-founder, discusses the controversy surrounding Apple Inc.'s software update that slowed down the operation of iPhones.

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