Category: iPhone

As iPhone Sales Peak, Apple’s Pivot to Services Has 2 Major Problems
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As iPhone Sales Peak, Apple’s Pivot to Services Has 2 Major Problems

The share of Apple’s revenues coming from iPhone sales has been falling over the last two years. Services revenues have been plugging the gap, but challenges are beginning to emerge. Several tech giants have voiced their opposition to Apple’s dominance and especially App Store policies. Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) dependence on iPhone sales has been declining since…

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Unagi, the iPhone of scooters, now has a subscription service
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Unagi, the iPhone of scooters, now has a subscription service

Unagi, the portable and design-forward electric scooter company that made a splash with celebs and pop stars, has launched a subscription service. The service, called Unagi All-Access, will be offered in New York City and Los Angeles. The company said it plans to expand to additional markets as it gathers customer feedback and refines the…

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The new iPhone is ugly
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The new iPhone is ugly

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a bit old-fashioned when it comes to phones. Everyone scoffs at my iPhone SE, but the truth is it’s the best phone Apple ever made — a beautiful, well designed object in just about every way. But damn is the iPhone 11 Pro ugly. And so are…

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What the iPhone 11 says about Apple’s present — and future
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What the iPhone 11 says about Apple’s present — and future

Hardware events are no longer really about hardware No matter how much polish and Apple magic the company put on today’s big event, there was one unshakable truth that colored the goings-on: phones just aren’t selling like they used to. And unlike other industry-wide trends, Apple isn’t immune. The large-scale slowdown of smartphone sales has…

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iPhone 11 Pro hands-on
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iPhone 11 Pro hands-on

More than any other iPhone event in recent memory, today’s big launch was content-first. Apple began the show with several gaming demos from Arcade, before moving along to TV+ premieres. The new iPhone didn’t necessarily take a backseat, but there’s little question that this event was a key piece in shifting messaging for the company.…

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China used iPhone hacks to target Uyghur Muslims: sources
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China used iPhone hacks to target Uyghur Muslims: sources

A number of malicious websites used to hack into iPhones over a two-year period were targeting Uyghur Muslims, TechCrunch has learned. Sources familiar with the matter said the websites were part of a state-backed attack — likely China — designed to target the Uyghur community in the country’s Xinjiang state. It’s part of the latest…

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