Apple signs 5G deal with Broadcom
Bloomberg Intelligence's Anurag Rana joins Bloomberg's Alex Barinka and Scarlet Fu to discuss Apple's new multiyear, multibillion-dollar deal with Broadcom to get 5G radio frequency components for its devices, extending a sometimes-conte...
Apple's new VR headset meets reality
Warpin CEO Emma Ridderstad joins Caroline Hyde to discuss Apple's VR headset, the future of VR and why she sees greater benefits from this technology than from smartphones.
Apple's quarterly revenue drops three per cent
Apple's revenue has dropped three per cent for the first three months of the year. It comes as consumers tighten their spending on smartphones amid looming recession fears. The company’s revenue was slightly better than what Wall Street ...
Apple's push into banking sector
Apple is the latest company to join the fight for bank depositors, offering a juicy 4.15% annual yield for your cash. Scarlet Fu explains the iPhone maker's strategy.
Apple readies arsenal of headset apps
Apple Inc. is racing to build a range of software and services for its upcoming mixed reality headset to win customers over to a product that is expected to have a hefty price tag.
Apple opens first store in India as sales skyrocket
CEO Tim Cook officially opened Apple's first company-owned store in India, betting the iPhone maker's retail outlets will help accelerate sales growth. The company's sales in India hit a new high of almost $6 billion in the year through ...
Apple sales in India skyrocketing
Apple Inc.'s sales in India in the year through March reached a new high of almost $6 billion as revenue in the country grew by nearly 50% from a year earlier.
PC sales slump, Apple impacted
Apple's personal computer shipments declined by 40.5% in the first quarter, marking a tough start to the year for PC makers as the demand surge driven by pandemic-era remote work evaporated, according to IDC's latest report.
Apple announces new round of job cuts
Apple Inc. is eliminating a small number of roles within its corporate retail teams, according to people with knowledge of the matter, marking its first known internal job cuts since it embarked on a belt-tightening effort last year.
Apple releases new emoji's with iOS update
With the release of Apple's iOS 16.4 on Monday, a new batch of 31 emojis are now available to those who like to spice up their texts. The line-up includes new animals such as a donkey, a moose, and a goose; new heart colors, including th...
Apple launches 'Pay Later' service in U.S
Apple has launched its buy now, pay later service in the United States. Apple Pay Later, will allow users to split purchases into four payments spread over six weeks, with no interest or fees. Users can apply for loans between $50-1,000...
Apple to spend big on films, hires Scorsese
Apple Inc. plans to spend $1 billion a year to produce movies that will be released in theaters as it tries to raise its profile in Hollywood. Apple could look to partner with famed director Martin Scorsese. Mark Gurman reports.
Apple slashes spending, perks to avoid layoffs
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss how Apple is pulling every lever it can to cut costs enough to avoid laying off full-time employees.
Apple Delays Bonuses for Some Staff
Apple Inc. is delaying bonuses for some corporate divisions and expanding a cost-cutting effort, joining Silicon Valley peers in trying to streamline operations during uncertain times, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
Apple blocks ChatGPT powered app
Apple has blocked an update to email app BlueMail. BlueMail's latest feature uses a customised version of OpenAI language model. Apple asked the company to revise the app's age rating for those over 17, or implement content filtering, as...
Robots, metaverse headline Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress — one of the planet's top tech shows — has kicked off in Barcelona. The world's biggest wireless companies show off their latest designs at the annual event.
Twitter to charge Apple users higher subscription
Twitter is set to relaunch a revamped version of Twitter Blue, and it will be at a higher price for Apple users. The service will allow subscribers to edit tweets, upload videos at 1080p and get the blue checkmark post-verification. Twit...
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 storm accusing Apple of threatening to pull ...
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.
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 earlier this week that the American Glazer fa...
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 unrest at the massive factory which has...
Apple warns of major security flaw
Apple is warning customers to urgently update the software on their iPhones, iPads and Mac computers due to a security flaw that could allow hackers to take control of their devices. Apple says there are credible reports that hackers are...
Apple reportedly slows hiring, cuts spending
Apple plans to slow hiring and spending growth next year in some divisions to cope with a potential economic downturn, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Mark Gurman has more on "Bloomberg Markets."
Apple workers vote to unionize in company first
Apple workers in Maryland voted on Saturday to join a union, becoming the first retail employees of the tech giant to unionize in the United States. Jayson Albano reports.
New Apple iOS adds ability to edit and unsend texts
Apple has announced that users will soon be able to edit and unsend texts sent in iMessage, and Jeannette shares a situation that happened to her recently where this feature would have come in handy!
Universal phone charger ruling
Apple will be forced to introduce USB-C chargers after the European Union ordered smartphone makers to provide a universal charger by 2024. The change is designed to reduce electronic waste created by unused phone chargers.
Apple responds to inflation, increases salaries
Apple Inc. is hiking worker salaries in the US by 10% amid a tight labor market and is also planning to keep iPhone production roughly flat in 2022. Alex Webb has more on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
The end of the Apple iPod
The Wall Street Journal's Joanna Stern joins The News with Shepard Smith to discuss the end of the iPod, as the iconic music player will no longer be made by the company.
Sanctions send Russia's economy into meltdown
International sanctions levied against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine have wreaked havoc on the federation's business owners, stock market and overall national economy.