IDC’s latest smartphone market figures show the iPhone’s share of an overall flat market has dropped to 15.3% in the March quarter.
Tuesdays Q2 2016 earnings call saw Apple CEO Tim Cook say that demand for the 4-inch iPhone SE was “very strong,” and higher than even Apple expected.
Apple reported its fiscal Q2 2016 earnings on Tuesday, showing revenue of $50.6 billion and $10.5 billion, or $1.90 per diluted share, for its fiscal 2016 second quarter ended March 26, 2016.
Apple is scheduled to announce their earnings for the fiscal second quarter of 2016 later this afternoon, and analysts expect the iPhone maker to report their first quarterly revenue decline since 2003, ending over 50 consecutive quarters of year-over-year revenue growth.
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Apple is reportedly willing to help recover data from a saltwater damaged iPhone belonging to a Florida teenager who disappeared with another teen on a fishing trip in 2015. The iPhone was found on the pair’s recently discovered boat.
VentureBeat reports Apple has been reevaluating its recruiting efforts, and has been laying off its contract recruiters over the last few weeks. The publication’s source says the recruiting engine inside Apple has slowed down and the company is reevaluating its activities in that area.
Apple on Monday uploaded two new ads to YouTube touting the features of its iPhone, including Touch ID, and the 4K video capabilities of the iPhone 6s.
Bloomberg was invited for an exclusive first-time look inside Pegatron’s Shanghai, China iPhone assembly plant, and the publication posted their report on Sunday.
Apple has posted another Earth Day-related ad spot. The 15-second video stars Apples virtual assistant, Siri, and Liam, the company’s recycling robot.
Apple co-founder Steve (The Woz) Wozniak sat down with the BBC, and during the conversation, he shared his opinion on how much in taxes Apple, and all companies for that matter, should pay in taxes. The acceptable tax rate in his mind? 50 percent.
Apple has reactivated its Red Cross donations system in iTunes, allowing user to donate to relief efforts in Japan and Ecuador, where the regions were rocked by massive earthquakes last week.
It’s been confirmed that the sudden shutdown of Apple’s iTunes Movies and iBooks stores in China was due to a mandate by a Chinese state agency, in an attempt to control content distribution.
In celebration of today’s “Earth Day” celebration, Apple has released a new ad highlighting its eco-friendly data centers and its iMessaging service. The ad, entitled “Renewable Energy,” takes place entirely in the Messages app.
Apple on Thursday released the second beta build of both OS X 10.11.5 and iOS 9.3.2 to its public beta testers.
A report today indicates Apple’s efforts to being its cloud infrastructure in-house is being delayed by political infighting between the Cupertino firm’s iCloud and Siri engineering teams.