China Labor Watch recently released a 51-page report detailing the labor abuses of the US tech giant Apple and one of their main suppliers for iPhone parts, Foxconn.
Apple informed Chinese app developers who were accidentally overpaid that they will soon be contacted by their bank for a return of the incorrectly issued payment.
On September 4, Chinese iOS software developer under the username @waylybaye shared his story on Weibo, saying that Apple had mistakenly given him a seven-fold pay raise.
On August 20, Apple officially released a credit card under its own brand in the US. The minimalist white titanium card backed by Goldman Sachs was met with mixed emotions by professionals and casual Apple fans alike.
According to latest reports, in order to cut costs and reduce reliance on parts supplied by South Korea’s Samsung Electronics, Apple commissioned China’s top display manufacturer BOE Technology Group to test the latest cutting-edge iPhone screens.
Apart from the Kirin 985 on Huawei Mate 30 series, Huawei might release the world’s first 5G chip that integrates application processors (AP) and baseband radio processors (BP).
The warnings were clear when CEO Tim Cook released a letter to investors on January 2, 2019, revising Apple’s Q1 guidance projections to reflect a stagnating hardware business, especially in China.
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Apple released its newest Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report, summarizing what the company has done in terms of products, education, environment, staff, vendors and community.
While everyone has their eyes on 5G technology, the Chinese tech giant Huawei is holding all the trumps. When asked if the company was to sell its self-developed 5G modems to Apple, Huawei chose not to comment.
Chinese smartphone company OnePlus recorded its highest ever shipments in a single quarter (Q4 2018) to lead India’s premium smartphone segment for three successive quarters, capturing a 36 percent market share.
Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei published a notice from the public and government affairs department in response to its tweet blunder.