The United States government is increasing pressure on China and the country's technology companies by preparing to purge "untrusted" Chinese apps from app stores.
Apple Sanlitun opened as Apple's first brick-and-mortar store in China in July 2008 at Beijing’s Taikoo Li Sanlitun mall. Today, it was replaced by Apple's massive new flagship store.
While we don't normally cover Android devices here on iDownloadBlog, we just wanted to quickly share with those of you who might be budget-shopping news of the latest launch in the Doogee smartphone range that brings a very capable rugged phone with a triple-camera setup, a massive 10,000mAh battery and other perks for just $199.
Global spread of the novel coronavirus has dampened demand for luxurious products and aspirational gadgets such as Apple's iPhone, a situation that has now prompted several Chinese retailers to offer discounts on the iPhone 11 series in order to entice buyers.
Apple has more than doubled its donations to COVID-19 recovery efforts in China to $7 million (50 million yuan) after it originally donated 20 million yuan ($2.8 million) to the country's Foundation for Poverty Alleviation a few weeks ago.
The Trump administration in 2019 imposed tariffs on many goods imported from China, which are part of the US-China trade war, but now Apple's wrist-worn device has been exempted.
Yesterday, Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, visited Birmingham, Alabama, to talk about new education initiatives in the region.
Plague Inc. launched for iOS devices years ago, and it remains one of the most popular mobile games out there.
China's BOE has been working for some time now to become the third supplier of OLED panels to apple, with a new report alleging that the company has been investing heavily in iPhone-only lines in anticipation of Apple orders.
Apple has re-opened more than half of its retail stores in China after the coronavirus outbreak forced it to temporarily shut down all of the corporate offices and outlets earlier in February.
Apple investors should brace themselves for a revenue miss in the March quarter due to the coronavirus outbreak in China hat shows no signs of slowing down.
Apple's slow process of reopening stores in China continues, as the company confirms at least one more store opening its doors soon.