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How Apple Pay might really pay off for AAPL

How Apple Pay might really pay off for AAPL

Yesterday Apple revealed it's new payment solution, Apple Pay, as part of the big iPhone 6 launch in California. The rumours that had been circulating about what we previously called 'iWallet' were largely correct. And, of course, there is more to the story. But before I dive into my thoughts,...
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Apple inviting fashion industry to the iPhone and iWatch event

Apple has invited many more media outlets than normal to their press event in Cupertino, California on Tuesday, including a lot of fashion editors and bloggers, which may be a big clue that the company is going to reveal its iWatch wearable gadget for the first time. Reuters reports that Marie...
There won't be another iPhone-class product, not for Apple, not for anyone, not for a long time

There won't be another iPhone-class product, not for Apple, not for anyone, not for a long time

Apple needs another iPhone-class product or they're doomed. We heard it right after the iPhone was released. We heard it right after the iPad was released. We're hearing it now. From shoddy journalists to market mad-people it's the single most consistent, most bullshit Apple narrative of the last...

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No Irish luck for Apple as EU commission deems tax deal illegal

European Union regulators have announced in a preliminary ruling that the tax deals brokered between Apple and the Irish government may be constituted as illegal state aid, which would result in hefty fines in back taxes for the Cupertino giant. The deals in question were agreed upon in 1991 and...
EU to accuse Apple of illegal Irish tax deal

EU to accuse Apple of illegal Irish tax deal

The European Union is apparently set to accuse Apple of taking illegal tax aid from Ireland. The aid allegedly came in the form of sweetheart deals that resulted in a much lower tax rate. Apple currently enjoys a very low tax rate in Ireland, and the company says that no laws were broken in their...
U2 album in iTunes

U2 and Apple are working on a plan to get people buying music again

The public may have had mixed feelings about a free U2 album showing up on their phones last week, but the world-renowned band and Apple are likely teaming up again to work on a new music format. This new music format, U2 claims, will make music so interesting and enticing that consumers will...
Peeking behind the curtain in Cupertino

Tim Cook's Apple is bigger, more cooperative, and more humble

It's been a big few days for Apple, and with the recent unveiling of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch, today's release of a substantial iOS 8 update, and Friday's launch of the aforementioned iPhones 6, Apple's pulled back the curtain a bit on how things have changed in the company...
How Apple Pay might really pay off for AAPL

How Apple Pay might really pay off for AAPL

Yesterday Apple revealed it's new payment solution, Apple Pay, as part of the big iPhone 6 launch in California. The rumours that had been circulating about what we previously called 'iWallet' were largely correct. And, of course, there is more to the story. But before I dive into my thoughts,...
appleevent

Apple inviting fashion industry to the iPhone and iWatch event

Apple has invited many more media outlets than normal to their press event in Cupertino, California on Tuesday, including a lot of fashion editors and bloggers, which may be a big clue that the company is going to reveal its iWatch wearable gadget for the first time. Reuters reports that Marie...
Chinese labor and the bullseye on Apple's back

Chinese labor and the bullseye on Apple's back

Why does Apple bear the brunt out of seemingly every labor complaint that comes out of China? This week Greenamerica.org ÷posted a scathing report over conditions in a Chinese electronics part maker factory. The report implicates Apple, though it's about Catcher Technology, a company in Suqian...
Apple supplier found to be in violation of several hiring and safety standards

Apple supplier found to be in violation of several hiring and safety standards

Another Apple supplier has been found to be in violation of Chinese labor laws, as well as standards set out by Apple and other companies. Catcher Technology's factory in Suqian, China, has been found to have discrimanatory hiring practices, substandard worker safety training, and little...
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Apple's mysterious iPhone event house captured on Drone-cam!

Apple is holding an event next week, which will likely play host to the launch of the iPhone 6, but we're still not entirely sure as to what will be covered. There is one thing for certain, however, and that is Apple plans to host quite the event. Sachin Patel decided to see exactly what the...
Come iPhone 6 launch time, Samsung will lose my business to Apple

Come iPhone 6 launch time, Samsung will lose my business to Apple

AAPL has confirmed the next iPhone event will be held on September 9. In eleven days we expect to see a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and some kind of wearable device. There are rumors of a larger, 5.5-inch iPhone as well, along with rumors that it might cost more than the smaller sizes that came before it...

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