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Muted iPhone 7 sales release, Samsung at a disadvantage after battery fires

A switch to online ordering cut down the queues outside shops as Apple iPhone 7 went on sale, as Samsung says it will resume Galaxy Note 7 sales in South Korea at the end of the September.

A switch to online ordering cut down the queues outside shops as Apple iPhone 7 went on sale, as Samsung says it will resume Galaxy Note 7 sales in South Korea at the end of the September.

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Apple's AirPods stir up anger and internet wit

Apple's decision not to have a headphone socket on the iPhone 7 has sparked protests and petitions and social media has been awash with criticism and witticism.

Apple's decision not to have a headphone socket on the iPhone 7 has sparked protests and petitions and social media has been awash with criticism and witticism.

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Battle of the phones: Samsung vs Apple

This week in Business Line we look at the triumphs and troubles of Samsung and Apple, with details of the iPhone 7 and the costly recall of the Note 7.

This week in Business Line we look at the triumphs and troubles of Samsung and Apple, with details of the iPhone 7 and the costly recall of the Note 7.

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Ireland to appeal Apple EU tax ruling

Ireland’s cabinet has approved an appeal against an EU ruling that it should receive 13 billion euros in unpaid taxes from technology giant Apple.

Ireland’s cabinet has approved an appeal against an EU ruling that it should receive 13 billion euros in unpaid taxes from technology giant Apple.

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Brussels and Apple trade claims over Irish tax row

The verbal sparring continues between Brussels and Apple over the 13 billion euro tax bill the European Commission has ruled it must pay to the Irish government.

The verbal sparring continues between Brussels and Apple over the 13 billion euro tax bill the European Commission has ruled it must pay to the Irish government.

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To take the money or not - Ireland delays decision over Apple tax cash

Ireland's cabinet has delayed a decision on whether Dublin should appeal against Brussels' ruling that Apple has to give 13 billion euros of underpaid taxes to the government.

Ireland's cabinet has delayed a decision on whether Dublin should appeal against Brussels' ruling that Apple has to give 13 billion euros of underpaid taxes to the government.

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EU vs Apple: A fair whack or a made up number?

The European Commission’s demand that Ireland collect €13 billion in back taxes from Ireland has polarised opinion.

The European Commission’s demand that Ireland collect €13 billion in back taxes from Ireland has polarised opinion.

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Sharp's losses widen, underscoring Foxconn's turnaround challenge

Japanese electronics maker Sharp has reported a huge net loss for the second year running, underscoring how difficult it will be for new owner Foxconn to turn the firm around.

Japanese electronics maker Sharp has reported a huge net loss for the second year running, underscoring how difficult it will be for new owner Foxconn to turn the firm around.

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'iStruggle' - how Apple Is trying to get its groove back

As Apple posts its first revenue fall in 13 years and its first ever decline in iPhone sales, Business Line takes an in-depth look at its financial situation and asks what is the 'next big thing'.

As Apple posts its first revenue fall in 13 years and its first ever decline in iPhone sales, Business Line takes an in-depth look at its financial situation and asks what is the 'next big thing'.

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Carl Icahn sells Apple stake over China concerns

Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn says he has sold his entire stake in Apple because of China's economic slowdown and his worries about possible interference by the Beijing government.

Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn says he has sold his entire stake in Apple because of China's economic slowdown and his worries about possible interference by the Beijing government.

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Has the rot set in to Apple?

Technology giant Apples's record-setting growth has finally come to an end. The company has reported a 13 percent drop in its second quarter revenues through to March.

Technology giant Apples's record-setting growth has finally come to an end. The company has reported a 13 percent drop in its second quarter revenues through to March.

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US Justice Department drops iPhone unlocking case against Apple

The US Department of Justice has dropped a potentially precedent-setting case against Apple. Prosecutors were attempting to force the tech giant to

The US Department of Justice has dropped a potentially precedent-setting case against Apple. Prosecutors were attempting to force the tech giant to