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Apple appears to have totally cut off Iran from the App Store

Apple appears to have totally cut off Iran from the App Store

iPhone users in Iran discovered today that they’re no longer able to access the App Store, in what appears to be a total block of the country, according to Bleeping Computer. While Apple doesn’t sell phones or operate the App Store in Iran, Iranians could still import Apple products from another county and set them up to access portions of the App Store meant for other regions.
Apple's Eddy Cue said a Netflix or Disney acquisition is unlikely

Apple's Eddy Cue said a Netflix or Disney acquisition is unlikely

Apple is not in the business of acquiring large companies, said Eddy Cue, senior vice president of software and services — and is thus unlikely to buy a big media company like Disney or Netflix. "Both Netflix and Disney are great partners of ours," Cue said at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas on Monday. 
Apple finds more serious supplier problems as its audits expand

Apple finds more serious supplier problems as its audits expand

Apple said on Wednesday it had found a higher number of serious violations of its labor and environmental policies for suppliers, such as falsifying work hours data, as it expanded the scope of its annual audit of conditions of workers making its iPhones and other products.
Apple’s over-the-ear headphones could feature noise-canceling

Apple’s over-the-ear headphones could feature noise-canceling

The plot thickens. Last week, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that Apple has been working on over-the-ear headphones in addition to new AirPods. Today, Bloomberg confirms this information and adds that these new headphones could also feature noise-canceling capabilities.
Apple Is Going to Be the First Trillion-Dollar Company

Apple Is Going to Be the First Trillion-Dollar Company

During the dot-com-crazed 1990s, Cisco Systems Inc. became the world’s most valuable company. Widely expected to become the first company to hit a trillion-dollar 1  capitalization, it made it barely halfway there. When the technology sector peaked in March 2000, Cisco had a market capitalization near $550 billion.
Apple is launching medical clinics to deliver the 'world's best health care experience' to its employees

Apple is launching medical clinics to deliver the 'world's best health care experience' to its employees

Apple is launching a group of health clinics called AC Wellness for its employees and their families this spring, according to several sources familiar with the company's plans. The company quietly published a website, acwellness.com, with more details about its initiative and a careers page listing jobs including primary care doctor, exercise coach and care navigator, as well as a phlebotomist to administer lab tests on-site.
Apple could save 'hundreds of billions' of dollars if it makes a metal play, analyst says

Apple could save 'hundreds of billions' of dollars if it makes a metal play, analyst says

Apple could potentially save hundreds of billions of dollars over the next two to three years if the tech giant secures cobalt supplies, an analyst told CNBC on Thursday. Daniel Ives, chief strategy officer and head of technology research at GBH Insights, said it makes sense for Apple to try and secure cobalt supply given the rapid increase in the price of the resource over the last year-and-a-half.
Google just launched another answer to Apple Pay

Google just launched another answer to Apple Pay

google launched its latest answer to Apple Pay on Tuesday. It's called Google Pay and replaces Android Pay, a previous solution that let Android users buy goods with their smartphones. It's also Google's answer to Apple Pay Cash. Google Pay follows several failed attempts by Google to launch a widespread payment platform. The company introduced Google Wallet several years ago before folding it and launching Android Pay. Google Pay combines features from both
Employees at Apple's New Headquarters Keep Crashing Into the Glass Walls

Employees at Apple's New Headquarters Keep Crashing Into the Glass Walls

The centerpiece of Apple’s new headquarters is a massive, ring-shaped office overflowing with panes of glass, a testament to the company’s famed design-obsessed aesthetic. There’s been one hiccup since it opened last year: Apple employees keep smacking into the glass. Surrounding the Cupertino, Calif.-based building are 45-foot tall curved panels of safety glass.
Apple Trails Samsung in Smartphone Market—And Won't Catch Up in 2018

Apple Trails Samsung in Smartphone Market—And Won't Catch Up in 2018

Apple might make billions on the sale of its smartphones every year, but Samsung still reigns supreme in sales. Samsung ended 2017 with 21.9% market share in the worldwide smartphone market, according to new data released on Tuesday by researcher TrendForce. Samsung shipped more than 310 million units during the period, according to TrendForce.


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