To commemorate the original iPhone which was announced on this very day (January 9th) ten years ago, Apple has issued a press release highlighting how the device changed the world forever and emphasising some of the key new features on the iPhone 7 and iOS 10.
To ring in the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Rooster, Apple has launched a brand new dedicated page to promote some young Chinese artists.
As 2017 is now underway, one final tidbit from last year was yet to be revealed: yearly earnings of the company’s executives.
It is no secret that Apple went through multiple prototypes, iterations, and concepts before finalising on iOS for the iPhone. Now, Sonny Dickson — known for his reliable iPhone leaks — has given us the first look at one such OS and a prototype iPhone unit that Apple was reportedly considering.
Confirming rumors about opening its first flagship store in South Korea, Apple has posted 15 job listings on its website. The retail job openings only confirm that Apple is opening a store in Seoul, South Korea, and does not provide any information as to when the store would open or its location.
Apple likes to keep tabs on its install base, and, periodically, the company will update everyone else on how everything is going.
Apple: App Store Generated over $3 Billion in Revenue in December; January 1st Generated $240 Million in App Sales
Apple today announced that December was the biggest month for the App Store in terms of sales and revenue. The store had a total revenue of $3 billion from all forms of purchases, including in-app purchases and subscriptions. In addition, Apple notes that January 1, 2017 was the busiest day for the App Store ever with customers making total purchases of $240 million.
Indian Government Unwilling to Give Tax Incentives to Apple for Setting up iPhone Manufacturing Unit
Apple recently asked the Indian government to provide it with some tax incentives so that it can set up an iPhone manufacturing unit in the country. However, the Indian government does not seem too keen on offering Apple with any such incentives.
According to a report from The New York Times, Apple has fielded requests in China to remove the publication’s apps from the iOS App Store.