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Component shortage forces Apple to cut back on iPhone 13

Component shortage forces Apple to cut back on iPhone 13

Bloomberg is pushing news that Apple is being affected by the current global component shortage, forcing the company to revise production estimates for the iPhone 13 series. The publication adds that Apple now expects to produce 10 million fewer units of the iPhone 13 series

Each iPhone 13 Pro costs $570 to produce

Each iPhone 13 Pro costs $570 to produce

The iPhone 13 has already been released on the market and, as usual, represents a considerable investment on the part of those who are thinking of acquiring it. An analysis of the components used by Apple in the 256GB iPhone 13 Pro conducted by TechInsights,

Apple is against European Union proposal for universal charger

Apple is against European Union proposal for universal charger

Apple is against the proposal of the European Union (EU) to introduce a universal charger, based on the USB-C type and suitable for all electronic equipment, including smartphones, tablets, cameras and other devices. After 12 years of voluntary commitments from the technology sector, which allowed

Apple may launch two foldable smartphones in 2023

Apple may launch two foldable smartphones in 2023

Apple is expected to enter the foldable smartphone market in 2023, according to sources quoted by Giz China. Entry into this market should happen with two foldable mobile phones, which are already being developed and which will replicate Samsung’s ideas with the Galaxy Z Fold

Apple considered banning Facebook from the App Store

Apple considered banning Facebook from the App Store

The Wall Street Journal is moving forward with news that Apple has considered kicking Facebook out of its App Store in 2019. The hypothesis was considered after being shared a BBC investigation into how Facebook was being used by human trafficking networks. Apple has even

Google receives $177 million fine in South Korea

Google receives $177 million fine in South Korea

The competition authority in South Korea has fined Google a sum of $177 million, they accused the US technology company of abusing its dominant position in the market. According to Yonhap News (via Engadget), the issue is the anti-fragmentation agreement (AFA) Google makes manufacturers sign