Apple announced on Wednesday that Angela Ahrendts, its senior vice president of Retail, will leave in April after she decided to look for “new personal and professional pursuits”. Apple’s current “Vice President of People” Deirdre O’Brien will take over the position, and she will serve as senior vice president of both the Retail and People, reporting directly to CEO Tim Cook.
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Apple has officially announced their 1Q 2019 results. Here’s everything we know.
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According to new details shared by developer Steve Troughton-Smith, Apple’s upcoming iPad mini 5 and next-generation iPad will support Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard accessories. Steve found reference of the upcoming iPad in the latest iOS beta, with codenames of J210, J211, J217, and J218, available in two sizes, respectively for the iPad mini 5 and the sixth generation iPad.
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Yesterday, Apple released the first beta version of iOS 12.2. Since then, developers dug out some information about upcoming products and services in the update. So far, they have noticed AirPods’ “Hey Siri” setup screen in the update, suggests that Apple may release AirPods 2 soon, and now a discovery in the Apple News app shows that it will also announce its own magazine subscription services in the future
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AirPower, Apple’s long-awaited wireless charging solution is finally coming after it missed the 2018 deadline, ChargerLab has learned from Apple’s Asia supply chain, who have claimed that both Chinese manufacturers Luxshare Precision and Pegatron has started production of the AirPower. For those unfamiliar with the matter, Luxshare is also responsible for the manufacturing of AirPods and USB-C cables.
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Notwithstanding the fact that Apple cut its 1Q 2019 revenue forecasts and announced that they saw “fewer iPhone upgrades” than anticipated, the company stated in a press release today that a new worldwide App Store spending record has been set over the holidays, with customers spent $1.22 billion between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, and $322 million on New Year’s Day 2019 alone, setting a new single-day record.
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Since the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the world’s first iPhone in 2007, this year may be the first time that iPhone sales have experienced a serious slowdown. The Tech-giant has had to decrease the price of iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max globally through trade-in.
Continue reading Another Analyst Predicts Apple To Cut iPhone Production In 2Q 2019