Apple Will Reportedly Launch Three OLED iPhones in 2020 Including Smaller 5.42-inch Model With Thinner Display – MacRumors

Apple plans to launch a trio of OLED iPhones next year that includes smaller and larger-sized models than the current crop of Apple’s flagship smartphones, according to sources from Taiwan’s supply chain. DigiTimes reports this morning that Apple will release three OLED iPhones in 2020 available in 5.42-, 6.06- and 6.67-inch sizes. Meanwhile DigiTimes’ sources…

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Apple faces iPhone import ban after latest ruling in Qualcomm patent spat – The INQUIRER

Apple faces iPhone import ban after latest ruling in Qualcomm patent spat APPLE COULD BE FACING an import ban on some iPhone models in the US after a judge found it guilty of infringing a Qualcomm-owned patent.  In a preliminary ruling on Tuesday, International Trade Commission (ITC) judge MaryJoan McNamara said Apple had infringed on Qualcomm’s…

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Apple Fights Back Against Spotify’s App Store ‘Tax’ Complaints – Investor’s Business Daily

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Apple Hits Back At Spotify Complaint; Wins $1 Billion Ruling in Qualcomm Dispute – TheStreet.com

Apple Inc. (AAPL)  said Friday that its helped customers download more than 300 million Spotify apps as the tech giant hit back at a complaint from the streaming music service alleging unfair competitive practices. Spotify Technology SA, maker of the music streaming app, told EU antitrust regulators earlier this week that Apple favored its own music…

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Apple’s insider-trading policy enforcer accused of insider trading – Ars Technica

The Securities and Exchange Commission has brought suit against Gene Daniel Levoff, who was Apple’s senior director of corporate law until September 2018. Levoff is accused of using his position to make illegal trades of Apple shares. Levoff was part of Apple’s Disclosure Committee—one of the people who could review the company’s quarterly financial reports…

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This Apple Prediction From Tim Cook May Never Come True – Motley Fool

“China is currently our second largest market. I believe it will become our first,” Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Tim Cook said back in 2013. “I believe strongly that it will.” Cook reiterated that sentiment in late 2015, saying, “Our view is that China will be Apple’s top market in the world — and not just for sales.” The…

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