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Apple supplier Foxconn shuts factories in China amid COVID lockdown
Foxconn, the biggest supplier to companies including Apple and Samsung, is halting production at its plants in Schenzen as the Chinese city enters a COVID lockdown. Other iPhone suppliers are also affected.
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Apple has released a cheaper iPhone SE model which is also getting a 5G update, but supply chain issues will be reflected in the price.
Apple stops selling physical products in Russia
The company said it was "deeply concerned" about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but Ukraine's government called on it to go further and block the App Store too.
Apple sues Israeli firm NSO Group to stop spyware use on iPhones
Tech giant Apple announced on Tuesday that they would sue NSO Group, an Israeli firm known for its spyware that can hack phones.
Apple bows to pressure and allows self-repairs to iPhones and MacBooks
"New phones are expensive, and people who buy them should be able to repair them," senior policy analyst Maureen Mahoney said.
Apple is expected to unveil new MacBooks with more powerful chips
The new chip, along with a general rise in laptop sales, prompted a boom in Mac sales during the COVID pandemic.
Pay for your drinks with old iPhones at this unique London pub
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Apple Pay user? Delete your Visa card now, security researchers say
A vulnerability affecting Apple Pay's public transport payment mode and Visa cards could leave consumers open to 'unlimited' payment fraud, British researchers said.
Here's how the iPhone 13 makes you pay €300 for Apple screen repair
A teardown of the new device found that Face ID stops working if anyone other than Apple replaces the screen, and it's all down to something called "part pairing".
Why you should think twice before buying the new iPhone 13
Apple's latest model has a smaller carbon footprint, but the environmental cost of trading in your old one is still huge.
Update your iPhone to the newest iOS to avoid Pegasus security bug
A security flaw affecting Apple's iMessage made even the newest devices vulnerable to infection by Pegasus spyware that hit tens of thousands including French President Macron.
Apple's own staff concerned about plans for anti-child abuse scanning
According to sources within the company, staff have been taking to Slack to voice their concerns over customers' privacy.
British travellers rage as Vodafone brings back data roaming charges
Vodafone is the second major mobile phone operator to bring back data roaming charges for UK customers in the EU.
Apple to scan US iPhones for images of child sexual abuse
Child protection groups have applauded the announcement but some security researchers are concerned that the system could be misused.
Germany launches anti-trust investigation into Apple
The German competition watchdog announced that it was opening an investigation against US giant Apple for "possible anticompetitive practices".
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Printable smartphones are the latest breakthrough in green tech
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Apple fined €10 million in Italy over iPhone water resistance claims
The firm is accused of claiming that several iPhone models were water-resistant without clarifying the exceptional circumstances.
Privacy activists file EU complaint over iPhone tracking
A Vienna-based group has filed complaints against Apple over its use of software to track the behavior of iPhone users, arguing that it violates European Union electronic privacy laws.
The iPhone shortcut recording when you say 'I'm getting pulled over'
The technology has risen in popularity amid widespread protests against police violence.
Europe's coronavirus lockdowns are making phone calls popular again
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Shoppers were sent scrambling to capture the remarkable scene: a group of men heaving a coin-filled bath into a shop to buy the latest iPhone.
Apple unveils bigger and pricier Iphone
Analysts say the company is hoping to get customers to upgrade to pricier devices in the face of stagnant global demand for smartphones