Three days ago, Apple suspended online sales within Russia due to fluctuations with the ruble. Now, according to a new report, Apple has made further steps in light of the changes happening to the local currency.
Yesterday, BBC’s Panorama programme aired a documentary on the working conditions of the supply chain workers at Apple. The documentary had reporter Richard Bilton and his team work undercover in a Pegatron factory located on the outskirts of Shanghai. The programme revealed that the working conditions in Apple’s factories are far from ideal with workers being treated poorly and being forced to work long hours at a stretch.
On Monday, December 15, it was revealed that the BBC would be airing an in-depth profile of the supply chain workers and working conditions within those sites, as it relates to Apple.
While Apple Pay is available only in the United States currently, Apple has already confirmed that it is working on bringing its mobile payment service to other regions of the world as well. According to a new job listing on Apple’s website, the company intends to expand Apple Pay across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa.
On December 15, Apple released a brand new television spot for the holidays called “The Song.” Now, Apple has released another video, giving a bit of a peek behind the scenes of that video.
Recently, news surfaced that Apple was the subject of an in-depth investigation by a major Canadian watch dog group for anticompetitive behavior in the market.