A 20-month trade war between the US and China came to a head this week as a key deadline looms. This Sunday, 15% tariffs are due to kick in on the iPhone.
Samsung Electronics’ response to Apple’s much-improved iPhone 11 cameras is going to be a giant photographic arsenal strapped to the back of its 2020 flagship phones.
US President Donald Trump, touring an Apple assembly plant in Texas, said he’s “looking at” exempting the iPhone maker from tariffs on goods imported from China.
Motorola is rebooting the iconic Razr flip phone as a 6.2-inch smartphone with a foldable display that gives the Lenovo-owned brand a unique selling point against Apple and Samsung’s finest.
Huawei expects smartphone shipments to grow 20% next year even if it’s blocked from the latest Google software, suggesting US efforts to contain the company’s rise may not be working.
Facebook has dropped out of the top 10 most valuable global brands as Apple, Google and Amazon retained the first three places.
Apple is planning to bring 5G to the iPhone next spring, more than a year behind some rivals. The company can ill afford to let the timing slip.
Samsung Display plans to spend $11-billion developing and building next-generation displays, responding to a flood of supply and price pressure from fast-moving Chinese rivals.