Apple announced its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2016 on Tuesday afternoon, and just as expected, it was another disappointing period for the company and its investors. If you missed the call, here are the highlights and everything you need to know.
While Apple’s latest quarterly earnings report showed a muted three month span, and less-than-stellar when compared to the year prior, there was one shining element to the mix.
Apple has officially announced the results for its fourth fiscal quarter, 2016, with millions of devices sold.
Apple released the much-awaited iOS 10.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch earlier today. The update includes Portrait Camera for iPhone 7 Plus (beta), transit directions for Japan, stability improvements and bug fixes.
Apple recently introduced a new “Get Support” tool on its website replacing Support Profiles. The new tool offers provide users with the option to check the warranty status of their iOS or Mac device and get technical support if the need arises.
Sharing his last minute predictions ahead of Apple’s October 27th ‘Hello Again’ event, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shares in his latest reported that Apple will be revealing redesigned 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro variants at the event. The refreshed Pro models will come with Touch ID sensor, an OLED touch panel, USB Type-C ports, Thunderbolt 3 support, and faster Intel Skylake processors.
Late next week, Apple would be holdings its ‘hello again’ event on October 27th where it is expected to unveil quite a few new products. With the new iPhones already launched and an iPad lineup refresh coming only next year, the event will focus only on Mac computers, which at one point of time were Apple’s primary source of revenue.
Despite all the criticism it has received, a comparison video posted by popular YouTuber MKBHD shows that Apple’s virtual assistant can hold its own against Google Assistant.
Apple today announced that it would be launching the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in four more countries on November 4. The four new countries include Armenia, Mali, Guiena-Bissau, and Central African Republic.