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Why Apple Should Stop Selling iPhones
An analyst envisions a future where Apple will lease iPhones, iPads, Macs and services such as iCloud and Apple Music. Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images.
Should Apple, Inc. Fear Lawsuits From Disgruntled iPhone Users?
The issue went viral, with several news outlets asking Apple for an explanation. In an emailed statement to news services, including NPR and Apple Insider, Cupertino admitted that it's slowing down older phones now in an effort to conserve the battery ...
Owners of older iPhones file lawsuits against Apple Inc.  The Columbian
Apple Apologizes for Slowing iPhones
Apple says it will provide users more visibility about the heath of iPhone batteries. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images). A week after acknowledging it slows the speed of older iPhones to help aging batteries handle the workload, Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL ...
1 Feature Apple Inc. Needs to Bring to the 2018 iPhone X  Madison.com
Apple Inc. Reportedly Working on Bigger Batteries  Motley Fool
Is This Apple Inc.'s Secret New Chip Supplier?
One of the big features that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) advertises quite aggressively is a technology known as the Neural Engine. This Neural Engine, Apple says, is a processor embedded inside of Apple's A11 Bionic processor that's designed to perform what ...
Apple Is Headed to a $1 Trillion Valuation
There are at least 350 million current iPhone users who have devices that are at least two years old. (Taylor Hill/Getty Images). After another excellent year in the market, Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) now has a market cap of $871 billion, and the $1 ...
Apple Is Intentionally Slowing Down Older iPhones
Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) customers with older model iPhones that seem to be slowing down may have Apple to blame. But don't worry, the company is only trying to help.
The Apple Throttling Scandal, Explained  Seeking Alpha
Apple Inc. Admits to Slowing Old iPhones: Will This Hurt AAPL Stock?  Investorplace.com
Unclear iPhone X Demand Limits Apple Suppliers
A survey shows that iPhone X supply remains constrained and iPhone 8 inventories are rising. (George Frey/Getty Images). When a company the size of Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) has a product as massively popular as the iPhone, sales data can have a wide ...
Apple, Inc.'s iPhone X Surges Past Its Cheaper Cousins  Motley Fool
Apple Inc. Wins in 2017 But Will Have a Tough Time in 2018  Investorplace.com
Apple's Battery Controversy Response Is Brilliant
It has came out last week that starting with iOS 10.2.1 Apple added a CPU throttling feature to the firmware that reduces the current draw of the CPU during peak demands on phones with older batteries that cannot sustain such current loads.
4 Costs Of Apple's Battery Throttlegate  Forbes
Lawsuits Mount As Apple Manages Fallout From Revelation Of Slowed iPhones  NPR
Apple Inc. Rumored to Cut iPhone Prices in Early 2018
The reason companies cut prices is simple -- they want to boost demand. However, it's important for investors to understand that iPhone revenue is a function of two factors: iPhone unit shipments and iPhone average selling prices.
Does Apple Really Have an iPhone Problem?  U.S. News & World Report
Apple faces lawsuits after saying it slows down aging iPhones  Reuters
How Much Cash Will Apple, Inc. Repatriate Under New Tax Law?
As far as Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is concerned, one of the more pertinent aspects of the bill was always going to be repatriation rates.