Apple enthusiasts and tech enthusiasts alike are eagerly anticipating Apple’s annual September keynote event, where the company is set to unveil its latest iPhone lineup, including the highly anticipated iPhone 15. With the event just around the corner, here’s a sneak peek into what we can expect from Apple’s big reveal.
According to sources familiar with the matter as reported by The Wall Street Journal, China has recently implemented a ban on the use of iPhones by central government officials. This ban has been communicated to staff members through various means, such as chat groups or meetings.
Amazon and Apple, two of the biggest names in the tech industry, have been slapped with hefty fines by Spain’s antitrust regulator. The fines, amounting to a total of €194.1 million ($218 million), were imposed due to allegations of colluding to stifle competition on the Amazon website in Spain. The regulatory body, known as CNMC, stated that the companies had signed contracts in 2018 that included anti-competitive clauses, ultimately impacting the online market for electronic devices in Spain.
Apple Inc. has reached another remarkable milestone in its history as its market capitalization closed above $3 trillion for the first time ever. On Friday, the tech giant’s shares climbed approximately 2.31%, reaching a new high and surpassing the required price of $190.73 to achieve this significant feat.
Apple has recently joined a growing list of companies that are prohibiting their employees from using generative AI tools, such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT. The decision comes as a precautionary measure against potential data leaks, as ChatGPT retains user conversations to train OpenAI’s AI systems.
Apple has announced its plans to open its first online store in Vietnam next week, signaling its commitment to expanding its presence in emerging markets.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Information and Communications has officially requested that telecom companies review their cooperation with six cross-border pay-TV providers in Vietnam.