Apple shares dropped close to bear market territory on Monday on concern consumers are no longer clamouring for its cornerstone product, the iPhone.
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The bad news keeps piling up for Apple ahead of the crucial holiday season.
South Africa’s MTN Group and France’s Orange announced this week that they will bring “smart feature phones” to Africa costing as little as US$20. The phones will run an operating system called KaiOS – but what is that?
In a world where iPhone demand is on the wane, Apple has a Plan B. But there’s no back-up for many of the companies that supply components for the iPhone.
Samsung Electronics will roll out its foldable phone in the first half of next year and produce at least a million of them, Yonhap News reported, citing the company’s smartphone chief DJ Koh.
That obsolete smartphone stashed away in a drawer or closet may not look like a national security risk, but the Trump administration is contemplating treating it as one.
Apple has disclosed a pair of issues affecting two of its more popular products: the iPhone X and the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
On Wednesday, after years of rumours and speculation, Samsung finally presented a smartphone with a foldable display that it plans to start selling next year.
Samsung Electronics has showed off a new phone with a foldable screen in a bid to shake up a smartphone business awash with black, shiny rectangles that look increasingly similar.
Apple has told Foxconn and Pegatron to halt plans for additional production lines dedicated to iPhone Xr, the Nikkei reports, citing unidentified people familiar with the matter.