The fact that even a company valued at US$2 trillion (A$2.7 trillion) has to sometimes heed public sentiment has been aptly illustrated by Apple announcing overnight that it would be lowering its take on apps sold from its App Store to 15% for small businesses that pull in less than a million.
Apple's iPhone sales fell sharply, both for the fourth quarter of its financial year and also for the full year, the company's results, released on Friday, show.
iPhone maker Apple is putting the heat on its suppliers to cut down on production delays in completing work on its 5G models, the Nikkei Asian Review says, adding that the Cupertino-based giant was contemplating delays of between four weeks and two months in bringing the devices to market.
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