Last night Apple published financial results for the quarter ending September 28th. The Company posted quarterly revenue of $64 billion, an increase of 2 percent from the year-ago quarter, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $3.03. The December-quarter outlook was a focal point heading into the release, and Apple came in ahead of expectations
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Microsoft is re-entering the smartphone market! Yes really. After blowing a few billion dollars on Nokia and attempting to force Windows OS to perforce on ARM and then throwing in the glove, Mr Softie is at it again. At its Surface event in New York this week, the company announced a new lineup of hardware,
Apple has just released iOS 13, the newest version of the software that runs your iPhone. Apple’s yearly software updates always bring long lists of new features and changes that can make your iPhone feel like a foreign device. New updates can be intimidating, but installing them is often worthwhile because Apple’s updates make sure
While we try to leave Europe and the pesky law makers in Brussels, we will soon have to adopt the EC’s Second Payment Directive or PSD2. Come 14 September this year Strong Customer Authentication or (SCA) will be forced on us and all credit card transactions in the EC will have to abide by these new
Yes it is the end of August. That means September is looming and the next Apple event will be announced soon to showcase new iPhones and other Apple gizmoos. What should we expect? This year are forecasting a bumper crop of new devices – Including “Pro” iPhones, upgrades to iPads and its largest laptop in years. iPhone
Yesterday Apple released last qtr revenues and managed to grow revenues compared to the prioe year reversing year on year contraction. Wall Street had expected Apple to generate around $53.5 billion in revenue for its fiscal third-quarter, pretty much square in the middle of Apple’s own estimations from last quarter. The company in fact posted
You cannot have missed the hype and chatter about 5G, after months if not years of talk we in the UK finally have a working, well of sorts 5G network.
As we penned only a few days ago Apple and Qualcomm’s legal battle headed to court on Monday in sunny San Diego and then they bizarrely ceased fighting on Tuesday after both parties signing a multi year deal. It is clear that Apple came to their senses that Qualcomm is the only go to company
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Apple and Qualcomm are engaged in what will likely be a long and epic legal battle. Apple has disputed Qualcomm’s legal right to charge heightened royalties for use of its tech, while Qualcomm is trying to uphold its requirement that Apple pay a percentage of the iPhone’s revenue in return for the use of Qualcomm patents.