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Reversal: Apple to Supply Parts to Independent Repair Shops

Apple will begin supplying parts, tools, and repair guides to independent repair shops, which were previously unable to buy parts due to Apple’s required purchase volumes, which were too high for many businesses to become an authorized service provider. This is a reversal of Apple’s previous fight against consumers’ right to repair for their devices.

Apple escapes China tariff hit for now, but threats loom

Apple: Credit Card Not Compatible with Jeans, Wallets

According to Apple support, the company’s recently introduced credit card can be damaged by leather wallets and denim jeans — two of the materials it is most likely to come into contact with. The Silicon Valley powerhouse has gone so far as to publish a guide on how to “safely store and carry” the Apple card.

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Apple Reports Weak Profits as iPhone Sales Plummet

Apple’s bottom line suffered as sales of its iPhone plummeted during the fiscal third quarter, dropping nearly 12 percent from a year ago as overall profitability for the company also took a hit during the period.

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Apple Trolls Google with a Giant Billboard – Again

Apple’s anti-Google ad campaign has taken another shot at its Masters of the Universe rival with a huge billboard boasting the company’s privacy record — located directly across the street from Google’s sister company Sidewalk Labs.

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Gordon Chang: Apple’s Production Move from USA to China ‘Unbelievable’

Author and Daily Beast columnist Gordon Chang appeared on Breitbart News Daily this week to discuss Apple’s decision to move production to China and recent news about Huawei. Chang called Apple’s decision to move Mac computer production to China from Texas “unbelievable,” adding “Apple has told us which side it’s on.”

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Tim Cook: Apple Isn’t a ‘Monopoly’

During a recent interview at Apple’s developer conference, CEO Tim Cook stated in an interview that a lack of digital privacy is bad for democracy and insisted that Apple is not a monopoly.

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