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Forbes

New iPhone Leak Reveals Apple's Nasty Surprise
Forbes
Mac Otakara, a site famed for breaking the news Apple would controversially remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7, has managed to attain dummy units of all three 2018 iPhones. And when lined up, the 6.1-inch budget iPhone suddenly looks a lot ...
Report suggests iPhone X Plus is about to make Apple a fortuneBGR
Supply chain report suggests Apple expects 6.5-inch 'iPhone X Plus' to be most popular 2018 iPhone model9to5Mac
Apple Leak 'Confirms' New iPhone X CancellationForbes

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CNBC

Cramer points to the trillion-dollar question about US-China trade: What about Apple?
CNBC
As questions swirled Tuesday about who would come out on top if a trade war sparks between the United States and China, CNBC's Jim Cramer weighed each side's advantages. For one, the United States imports much more from China than China imports ...

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CNBC

White House's Navarro on China trade talks: No knowledge of iPhone exemption
CNBC
White House trade advisor Peter Navarro said Tuesday he has no knowledge of an exemption for Apple's iPhones in U.S. trade talks with China. On Monday The New York Times reported, citing a source, that President Donald Trump told Apple CEO Tim ...
Will Apple Get Caught in Trump's Trade War -- or Not?Motley Fool
The Trump administration promised Apple it would not place tariffs on iPhonesFast Company
In China Trade War, Apple Worries It Will Be Collateral DamageNew York Times
MarketWatch -TheStreet.com -Bloomberg
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Fortune

Australia Fines Apple Millions for Refusing To Repair Bricked iPhones
Fortune
The Federal Court in Australia ordered Apple to pay a fine of Au$9 million (U.S.$6.6 million) due to misrepresentations to at least 275 Australian iPhone owners about repairing their phones after a late 2015 software update disabled some phones that ...
Apple takes $9m kick down under after bricking iPhonesThe Register
Aussie court fines Apple $9m over iPhone 'bricking'The Straits Times
Apple has been fined $6.6 million for 'misleading' iPhone and iPad users about third-party repairs (APPL)Yahoo Finance

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CNBC

Trump reportedly told Apple CEO he won't place tariffs on iPhones
CNBC
CNBC's Josh Lipton discusses what Trump reportedly told Apple CEO Tim Cook, who is concerned by trade tensions with China impacting the tech giant's business, since mainland China accounts for about 15 percent of Apple's annual revenue. Watch CNBC ...



WIRED

Discounted Apple Gear, and 6 Other Tech Deals of the Week
WIRED
We've sifted through the internet for deals on tech we like, and hit pay dirt this week. Best Buy is giving out some discounts on Apple gadget, and a number of other devices we recommend are on sale at a few different retailers. You can find them below ...



TechCrunch

Apple slapped with $6.6M fine in Australia over bricked devices
TechCrunch
Apple has been fined AUS$9M (~$6.6M) by a court in Australia following a legal challenge by a consumer rights group related to the company's response after iOS updates bricked devices that had been repaired by third parties. The Australian Competitor ...
Apple fined $6.6 million after iPhones and iPads stopped working because they had third-party partsThe Verge
Apple fined $6.8M in Australia after Error 53 controversyCNET
Apple Fined as Customers Win a Right-to-Repair FightWall Street Journal
BGR -Business Insider -Engadget -ACCC
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Inc.com

Does Apple Have a Monopoly on iPhone Apps? The Supreme Court Will Decide
Inc.com
If the court rules against Apple, it could lead to a huge shift in how the companies behind apps distribute their content. Apple's app distribution model could end up closer mimicking the way the Android app market functions. With Android, developers ...
The US Supreme Court is taking a hard look at Apple's app store monopolyMIT Technology Review

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9to5Mac

Thieves make off with $100k worth of Apple products after rappelling through Best Buy roof
9to5Mac
Apple products are routine targets of high-dollar burglaries, and a new case out of Georgia continues that trend. As reported by WSBTV, thieves were able to get away with over $100,000 worth of Apple products, but how they entered the store adds an ...

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