Apple moves closer to unveiling AR/VR headset
Apple is ramping up work on its AR/VR headset. It could be unveiled as early as next year. The device will vault the company into first new product category since the Apple Watch in 2015. Bloomberg...
Musk meets with Apple CEO to clear the air
Twitter owner Elon Musk says he went to Apple’s headquarters and met with Apple CEO Tim Cook in his latest tweets. The meeting marks a significant de-escalation days after Musk went on a tweet stor...
Twitter needs to stay on Apple's 'good side'
Phillip Shoemaker, one of the founders of Apple's App Store who worked side by side with Steve Jobs says staying on Apple's good side is "life and death" for Twitter's business.
Lockdowns, conditions sparked Apple worker protest
Worker unrest at Foxconn has left the tech giant struggling to maintain output of iPhones at a vast plant in China, but one former worker who Reuters spoke to says management brought the trouble on...
Apple gets a 'gut punch' in China
Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities says Apple could face a production shortfall of 6 to 8 million iPhone Pro units in China.
Apple in talks to buy Manchester United
Apple could be the next owner of English football giant Manchester United. Reports suggest the American tech giant is considering a billion-dollar bid to take over the club. It was confirmed earli...
Apple workers clash over COVID curbs
Video shows violent clashes at the world's largest iPhone factory as workers confront Government authorities in hazmat suits outside the plant. The rare scenes of open dissent mark an escalation of...
Rumours Apple set to announce AR/VR headset
Are the rumours true? Trademark filings and numerous job listings suggest Apple is possibly gearing up for a long awaited headset launch. The headset will reportedly combine VR and AR. If successfu...
Buyer pays $200,000 for Steve Jobs shoes
How much would you pay for a pair of grubby secondhand Birkenstocks? Someone has paid over $200,000 for a pair owned and worn by Apple tycoon, Steve Jobs.
Apple Cuts IPhone Shipments Outlook on China Lockdowns
Apple Inc. says shipments of iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be lower than expected. The company cites Covid-19 restrictions that have temporarily impacted the primary assembly facility lo...
Apple warns of iPhone production delays
Apple is warning customers they'll have to wait longer to get the latest iPhone models. That's after coronavirus restrictions at one of their contractor's factories in central China. Apple's announ...
Apple warns of hit to iPhone shipments from China
Apple expects lower shipments of high-end iPhone 14 models than previously anticipated following a significant production cut at a plant in China. It comes as the China's escalating COVID-19 resurg...
Apple, Amazon have week to forget on Wall Street
As global recession fears continue, investors are dumping Amazon and Apple. The two companies are among those being hit by economic woes.
iPhone sales disappoint but Apple beats estimates
Apple beat analysts' estimates for earnings per share and revenue but iPhone sales came in softer than investor expectations. Cheddar News breaks Apple's numbers down.
Apple raises prices for Music and TV+
Apple is raising prices for some popular products. Apple Music will cost $10.99 a month, that's up $1. Apple TV+ goes up $2 to $6.99 a month. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports on "Bloomberg Technology."
Apple design Chief Evans Hankey to leave
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman joins Emily Chang to discuss the departure of Apple Inc.'s head of hardware design, Evans Hankey, and what it means for the company's future product plans.
Apple unveils upgraded iPads, admits iPhone cuts
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman joins Emily Chang to discuss how Apple is trying to entice consumers ahead of the holiday quarter with a redesign of its entry-level iPad, a new speedier Pro model and a che...
Meta takes aim at Apple in ad campaign
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted a picture of an NYC billboard suggesting that Meta's WhatsApp keeps conversations more secure and private than Apple's iMessage system.
Rollercoasters lead to emergency calls
Rollercoasters have triggered some new iPhones to make emergency calls in an unintended response to the phone's safety features.
Why investors are watching Apple earnings closely
Investors will watch Apple Inc. as a bellwether of global economic conditions as companies get ready to report third-quarter financial results, according to the latest MLIV Pulse survey. They also ...
Google seeks to undercut Apple on iPhone pricing
Google Senior Vice-President of Devices & Services Rick Osterloh joins Emily Chang to talk about improvements to Google's new Pixel phones and how it wants to compete with Apple with more affordabl...
Apple forced to change charger in Europe
Apple will have to change the charger for its iPhones in the European Union from autumn 2024 to comply with new rules introducing a single charging port for most electronic devices.
Apple downgraded as tech stocks tumble
Apple's downgrade by Bank of America sparked a selloff in tech stocks, sending shares of Alphabet and Microsoft to one-year lows. The move came as investors rotated out of growth stocks and into mo...
Apple executive quits after TikTok joke
Tony Blevins, one of Apple's most senior executives, is leaving after he turned up in a viral video on TikTok making an off-color joke. Mark Gurman reports on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Apple relying on wealthy shoppers
Creative Strategies Principal Analyst Carolina Milanesi and Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Analyst Anurag Rana join Emily Chang on the day the iPhone 14 hit stores around the world and they discuss ...
Breaking down the big changes for iPhone 14 Pro
Apple's latest iPhones are here, and Ian Sherr, an editor at large for CNET, joined Cheddar News to talk about the newest features present on the iPhone 14 Pro including crash detection and camera ...
Apple's latest money grab
As if our smartphones aren't bombarded with enough advertising, Apple now wants a slice of the ads pie.
All you need to know about Apple's latest launch
If you're a die hard Apple fan, today is like Christmas. The tech giant has officially unveiled a whole host of new products from Apple Park. So at a glance, what can we get our hands on?
China's gray market for iPhone 14's
CNBC’s Eunice Yoon joins Shep Smith to report on China’s gray market for iPhone products, even as Apple rolls out new models of its iPhone, AirPod Pro and Apple Watch.