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Tech giant Apple has closed all its retail stores world wide, except those in Greater China, for the next two weeks, in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
Apple is trying to uphold its pro-privacy reputation even as the US government demands it unlock yet another shooter’s phone. But with so much data in government hands already, are any principles left under its virtue-signaling?
US President Donald Trump wants Apple CEO Tim Cook to “get involved” in developing 5G across the US in an apparent bid by Washington to push against the “threat” of Chinese tech giants.
US President Donald Trump said that his administration was considering whether to exempt Apple from tariffs imposed on China in an ongoing trade spat.
Donald Trump has issued another one of his (in)famous Twitter edicts, this time providing some customer feedback to Apple CEO Tim Cook. Apparently, the president is not a fan of newer iPhone models.
Beijing is angry at Apple for allowing a police-tracking map used by Hong Kong protesters in its App Store. Pressure grows on US companies doing business in China to take a side, as virtue-signaling clashes with serving customers.
Apple’s new Mac Pro computer, the company’s last major device to be produced in the US, will now apparently be manufactured in China. The move comes as Washington and Beijing prepare to resolve an ongoing trade dispute.
Jony Ive, the mind behind Apple’s most iconic product designs, is leaving the company to launch his own design firm, triggering a sell-off among investors who see the iPhone mastermind as key to the company’s identity.
An Apple exec is defending the high cost of privacy after a passive-aggressive jab from Google over turning what was once a fundamental civil right into a 'luxury good' – but look who's talking. Pot, meet kettle. Who's blacker?