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Apple was down another 4 per cent on Tuesday putting it on track for its worst month in 10 years following reports it had cut production orders for all three new iPhones. Photograph: Josh Edelson/ AFP/Getty Images

Technology stocks led sharp losses on Wall Street for the second straight session as a sell-off in the sector spread out across global markets and wip(...)

The company recorded new highs in sales of iPhones, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple Services during its all-important fiscal first quarter. Photograph: Reuters

Apple reported a bigger-than-expected rise in iPhone sales for the holiday quarter but forecast current-quarter revenue below estimates as customers (...)

Shares in Apple fell in after hours trading as sales of iPhones declined for the first time since the product launched in 2007. Although the figures(...)

Apple chief executive Tim Cook. Photograph: AP/Richard Drew

The US justice department, impatient over its inability to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino killers, demanded Friday that a judge immedi(...)

Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6sPlus during an Apple media event in San Francisco, California. Photograph: Beck Diefenbach/Reuters/Files

Apple said it expects first-weekend sales of its new iPhone 6S will exceed last year’s debut of 10 million units, after seeing “very strong” preorders(...)

A customer stands beneath an Apple logo at the Apple store in Grand Central station in New York city. Photograph:  Reuters/Mike Segar

Apple’s iPhone shipments for the fiscal third quarter and the company’s revenue forecast for the current period missed analysts’ projections, raising (...)

Samsung will manufacture the main chip in Apple’s next iPhone model, regaining a customer previously lost to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, peopl(...)

A worker cleans glass in front of an iPhone 5C advertisement at an Apple store in Kunming, Yunnan province. China Mobile has signed a deal with Apple to offer iPhones on its network. PHOTOGRAPH: WONG CAMPION/REUTERS

China’s legion of iPhone fans was busy sending messages on the country’s Twitter-style Weibo network last week, saying: “At last!”China Mobile, the co(...)