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WWDC 2019 – A Busy Year for Apple

Wee Teck Loo

Wee Teck Loo

3 Jun 19

WWDC2019 is one of the most action packed in recent memory with so many new developments by Apple. The Cupertino giant is pulling no punches as the company looks to services to drive revenues to compensate for the decline in iPhone sales. Apple…

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Apple Goes All Out for Profits With the iPhone X

Karissa Chua

Karissa Chua

13 Sep 17

Apple finally launched its highly anticipated 10th anniversary iPhone X alongside the refreshed iPhone 8 and 8 Plus during its launch event on 12 September. The iPhone X packs all the premium specifications that differentiate it from all previous…

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Apple Pay Japan – Apple Looks to Ride Japanese Trains to Success

Ryan Tuttle

Ryan Tuttle

9 Sep 16

Apple held its annual fall event this Wednesday, September 7th 2016. While the iPhone continues to headline Apple’s fall events, Wednesday’s presentation also spent considerable time focused on an important country for Apple and its mobile devices –…

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iPhone 7 Will Not Drive Growth for Apple

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

6 Sep 16

Apple Inc is widely expected to announce the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus during its annual launch event on 7 September. A stale Apple The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were a huge success for Apple as retail volume sales were up 15% in 2015 to exceed 200…

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Vanity is Driving Sales of Wearables

Wee Teck Loo

Wee Teck Loo

11 May 16

Sales of wearable electronics are projected to exceed 300 million units in 2020. With Apple Inc launching the Apple Watch in 2015, the wearable electronics market cemented its status as the hottest electronics device. Fashion companies are also…

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Apple Loses the iPhone Trademark Lawsuit in China – Still Poised for Growth

Wee Teck Loo

Wee Teck Loo

4 May 16

Apple Inc (Apple) lost a trademark suit against a Chinese company in China. The Beijing Municipal High People's Court ruled that Xintong Tiandi Technology is allowed to sell handbags and other leather goods with the brand name iphone in…

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Will the Smaller Screen iPhone SE Change Apple’s Fortunes?

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

21 Mar 16

Apple Inc is expected to launch the iPhone SE at its upcoming press event on 21 March. At 4 inches, the phone is a smaller variant of its iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and will come with a similar design to its larger screen counterparts. In terms of price…

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Proximity Payments in the United Kingdom

Michelle Evans

Michelle Evans

9 Mar 16

The UK is one of the most advanced countries in terms of proximity payments, with the launch of Apple Pay in mid-2015. Although proximity payments is still relatively new, particularly with regard to wearable technology, UK consumers are well placed…

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Opportunities for New Entrants Into The Japanese Smartphones Market

Hiromi Yamaguchi

Hiromi Yamaguchi

8 Mar 16

In Japan, consumers had long been given limited choice with regard to mobile network operators (MNOs). NTT Docomo, AU and Softbank dominated the telecom networks and mobile phone manufacturers such as Apple, Sony, Sharp and Fujitsu had limited retail…