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Malaysia may get a slice of Apple as it mulls China...

Nikkei Asian Review reports that the company has asked its major suppliers to assess the implications of such a move.

iPhone co-creator says he leaves China investment to the experts

Tony Fadell says his investment company Future Shape's pattern-matching mechanism does not work in China.

Mass production of iPhones to start in India, a shift from...

India to become the next hub for Apple's iPhone mass production.

Introducing the new FMT News app

The new app can be downloaded free from Google Play and App Store.

Top iPhone games: ‘Amaze!!!’, ‘Pick Me Up’, ‘Roller Splat’

2 very similar tile-painting games are tussling for supremacy in US, European, and other English-speaking App Stores worldwide.

Qualcomm scores US$31 million win in patent battle war with Apple

Patents at issue in the case involved 'flashless booting' that allows devices to connect quickly to the internet after being turned on and technology that lets smartphone apps move online data efficiently.

iPhones improve each year thanks to Japan’s Lasertec Corp

The Tokyo-based company has cornered the market by creating technology that can test EUV blanks for flaws.

Wow…Nokia tampil smartphone baru bukan 3 tapi 5 kamera

Demi mewujudkan persaingan sihat Nokia 9 PureView memberi kelebihan kepada penggemar smartphone yang menitikberatkan kamera

Blown away by innovation or price? Samsung’s foldable phone opens up...

The Galaxy Fold resembles a conventional smartphone, but opens like a book to reveal a 2nd display the size of a small tablet.

WhatsApp bug lets users bypass new privacy controls

The disclosure comes as messaging and other applications race to improve security and privacy.

Apple taps iPhone exec to lead marketing for augmented reality

Frank Casanova said he’s now "responsible for all aspects of Product Marketing for Apple’s Augmented Reality initiative."

Apple’s iPhone shipments plunge in China as Huawei tightens grip

Smartphone labels from Apple to Samsung Electronics are contending with a plateauing global market after years of breakneck growth.

Major updates expected for Apple iPad lineup this year

Apple is planning to release new, lower cost iPads and iPad minis this year with an iPad Pro update following in 2020.

Apple punishes Google by revoking its ability to test apps

Google and Facebook rely on its ability to test the iPhone versions of the apps through enterprise certificates, but without it, some of the companies’ most important development work is disrupted.

Apple to lower iPhone prices outside US to offset strong dollar

The rising greenback is hurting Cupertino's international sales.

Apple profit stable as service gains offset iPhone slump

While Apple appeared to avoid the worst with its latest results, the long-term outlook is less certain.

A need to go beyond the iPhone for Apple

US-China trade talks affected iPhone sales and overall revenues would be below forecasts.

iPhone FaceTime bug lets callers eavesdrop

The bug happens when a user creates a conference call, puts in their phone number, and then adds the number of another person.

Apple ordered to pull part of press release in Qualcomm case

Qualcomm on Thursday obtained the preliminary injunction stopping Apple from using a statement that it released to the press in response to the December ruling.

German court throws out Qualcomm’s latest patent case against Apple

Apple is closely watching the FTC case, as it has its own pending lawsuit making similar claims against Qualcomm. 

Apple demanded US$1 billion for chance to win iPhone

The payment from Qualcomm to Apple was meant to ease the technical costs of swapping out the iPhone's then-current Infineon chip with Qualcomm's.

Apple cuts Q1 production plan for new iPhones by 10%

Apple reportedly asked its suppliers late last month to produce fewer-than-planned units of its XS, XS Max and XR models.

Qualcomm enforces ban to halt some Apple iPhone sales in Germany

Qualcomm maintains software updates were insufficient and that Apple must still withdraw its phones.

Huawei punishes employees for iPhone blunder

2 Huawei employees sent New Year greetings on the smartphone maker's official Twitter account using an iPhone.