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Apple’s Battery Problems Continue in China

  Pressure seems to be rising on Apple Inc. in China as complaints came in from a Shanghai consumer group, which is associated with the government loosely. According to the group, there are problems with the batteries used in the iPhone 6 devices of the US smartphone manufacturer. It was stated by the Shanghai Customer ...
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Apple Benefits from a Surge in Earnings

The iPhone maker seems to be pulling off a rare feat in almost any industry, much less the competitive and cutthroat world of consumer electronics; commanding high prices and yet still expanding its market share. Last fall, Apple Inc. introduced larger-display iPhones, which enabled the company to sell about 61.2 million phones in the three ...
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IBM Makes a Deal with Apple, J&J and Medtronic

IBM has just entered into partnerships with the world’s biggest manufacturers of medical devices and with Apple Inc. in order to put the health data that would be accumulated by Apple Watches into the hands of insurers and doctors and for creating personalized treatments for diabetics and hip replacement patients. IBM’s move into the digital ...
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Steve Jobs Apple’s Defense in Taped Deposition

After hearing a recorded deposition of late founder of Apple Inc., Steve Jobs, a federal judge weighed whether to end the iPod pricing legal battle that has been ongoing for the last 10 years. The deposition showed the jury that Mr. Jobs was ‘very scared’ regarding the hackers of the iTunes service of the company. ...
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Apple Pay Runs Afoul With Rival

One week after making its debut in the market, Apple Pay, the new mobile wallet of the iPhone maker is showing promise as far as consumers are concerned. Meanwhile, the company’s rivals in the payment industry are scrambling to prevent this new product from becoming too successful. Even before the announcement of Apple Pay, a ...
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Apple Pay: What to Expect

For years, businesses and companies have been thinking and talking about using smartphones for replacing credit cards in order to pay for goods. However, it is the consumers that haven’t been willing to let it happen. But, with the rollout of Apple Pay on next Monday, it is expected that the checkout experience will undergo ...
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