Apple has filed a lawsuit against the Israeli firm NSO Group and its parent group for targeting and surveillance of iPhone and Mac users with its Pegasus spyware. In a bid to protect its customers from further harm, the company is seeking a permanent injunction to ban NSO Group from using any of its products and services.
A new Nikkei Asia report details that Apple is “forging a closer partnership” with TSMC to fabricate its 5G modem for 2023 iPhones. Citing four people aware of the matter, the report claims that Apple will be using TSMC’s 4nm node for mass-producing its in-house 5G modem, though it is currently trailing production on the 5nm node.
According to a new report from Nikkei Asia, Apple has been hit by the supply crunch ahead of the critical holiday season. Due to this, it will not be able to deliver new iPads to customers in key Asian markets ahead of Christmas.
Apple and Amazon have been collectively handed a fine of over 200 million euros ($225 million) by Italy’s antitrust authority for anti-competitive cooperation related to the sale of Apple and Beats products.
Apple Offering Up to $200 Gift Card on Purchase of iPhone, Mac, and iPads for Black Friday and Cyber Monday
Apple has announced its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal ahead of the shopping season later this week. The company will be offering customers Apple Store gift cards of up to $200 in value depending on the product they purchase. The four-day annual ‘Apple Shopping Event’ will start from Friday, November 26, and last through Cyber Monday (November 29).
Top Apple Stories of the Week: Apple Car Development Accelerated, Qualcomm Could Soon Rival Apple Silicon, More
In case you missed events and exciting news from the world of Apple this week, check out this roundup of top stories, so you’re all caught up with everything Apple.
Analyst firm UBI claims that BOE could eat into the market share of LG Display as it looks to ramp up the production of OLED panels for 2023 iPhones. The Chinese display manufacturer is reportedly doing so by converting three of its factories into OLED panel manufacturing facilities for Apple.
According to a report by DigiTimes, Apple could soon ship iPhones with its own 5G modems by 2023. Which means that Qualcomm will cease to be the sole supplier of modems for iPhones.
Apple agreed to a $100 million payout, back in August, to settle the class-action lawsuit filed by US App Store developers. On Tuesday, US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers granted a motion for preliminary approval of the settlement.
Today, Apple announced the “Self Service Repair” program that will allow customers to complete their iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 repairs with access to genuine Apple parts, tools, and manuals.