Apple’s main assembly partner Hon Hai (Foxconn) saw revenues drop 20% in December. The company also missed full-year sales predictions made by industry analysts.
Apple, Other Tech Firms to Meet With White House on How to Counter Terrorist Activity on Social Media
Apple CEO Tim Cook and a number of executives from other tech firms will meet with White House officials today to examine ways to hinder terrorist activity on social media.
Apple CEO Tim Cook received $10.3 million in cash and stock in 2015, while SVP of retail was the big winner for the year, with $25.8 million in compensation.
Apple has decided to let shareholders vote on a proposal that would force the company to add “people of color” to their high executive ranks and board of directors.
Apple will open its 30th retail store in China, in the SM Lifestyle Center shopping mall in Xiamen’s southeastern Siming District on January 30th.
A new report says Apple plans to build a second data center at its current Reno, Nevada site under the codename “Project Huckleberry.”
Apple’s App Store experienced its biggest holiday season ever, seeing over $1.1 billion in app purchases in the two-week Christmas/New Years holiday period.
Apple will make special editions Apple Watch Sport and Beats Solo2 headphones designed to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Apple is planing a massive retail push into Latin America, planing on first opening two stores, one a flagship location, in Mexico City.
Apple says it will announce its fiscal first quarter of 2016 financial results on January 26. The three month period includes the all important holiday sales figures.
Apple is continuing its rapid expansion plans in China, and is set to open its 29th Chinese retail store this Saturday in Shenyang.
Apple could be compelled to add more diversity to its executive ranks, if an Apple investor’s resolution is voted through at an upcoming 2016 shareholders meeting.
Apple will begin hosting new in-store hands-on workshops next month that are designed to help iOS device users bring out their creative side.
Apple will pay a €318M ($347M) tax bill to the Italian government to settle an investigation by the Italian tax office.
$5M Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Apple for iOS 9’s ‘Significantly Slowed’ Performance on iPhone 4s
A $5 million class action lawsuit filed on Tuesday claims Apple engaged in deceptive trade practices and false advertising over the iOS 9 upgrade.
While rumors of Apple switching from IPS LCD to OLED displays for its iPhones have been stewing in the rumor pot for years, a new report from Reuters adds a little more spice to the stew.