To be clear, we're not talking about layoffs. But if Apple doesn't combat its weaknesses, we could be talking about them soon.
Weaknesses in the Chinese market compounded the sinkhole collapse of this holiday season for Apple.
The CEO of the world's most profitable company is having a hard time bolstering profits in what may soon be the world's largest economy...
We unbox our iPhone XS devices on the air and also tackle news on the Galaxy Note 9, OnePlus, 5G, Withings, Xiaomi and Amazon.
It's a revolutionary device and Apple says that it's the best in making such a device. Tim Cook says it costs a dollar a day for two years. True, but...
With all the hullabaloo on what data gets collected from our phones and sent off to servers in China, what does Apple do to keep privacy in focus?
Last month, Apple had disclosed that it had 40 million paying subscribers and 8 million people on a three-month free trial.
Tim Cook says that the iPhone X outsold all other available iPhone models in the winter quarter, just as it had in the month or so of the holiday season it launched in.
National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow said that Donald Trump and he "enjoyed" meeting with the CEO of Apple and talked about business in the US and China.
The US government has blocked ZTE from sourcing anything from American companies while Apple's CEO says Macs and iPads on their own are the best at what they do. All on our show this week!
In a world where tablets and laptops are becoming more interchangeable than ever and the software is rushing to adapt, Apple is positioning the Mac and iPad to be the best of each form.
Qualcomm is being accused of using its immovable, dominant position in the modem market to force higher royalties on its clients. Apple is in it to win it.
Chips, glass and TrueDepth cameras are just some of the components in an iPhone and they're made in the United States, the CEO says.
On this week's show: a smartphone-laptop hybrid from Razer could come to market as a show of the company's newfound dedication to mobile. Plus, is LG going to be releasing a phone this year?
In addition to personally apologizing for the whole power management debacle, Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed in a recent interview that iPhone performance throttling will soon be optional.
The CEO of Apple gave a talk to Oxford students about business strategies and goals. People couldn't help but notice the iPhone X stuck out of his pocket.
CEO Tim Cook said in a quick interview today that the problem with some Apple Watch Series 3 Cellular units will get a quick fix.
Whatever the case may be for Apple's $999 price tag, it does come with a few strings attached from carriers to Face ID. Cook eases it all off with an interview.
Apple CEO Tim Cook apparently promised that these "beautiful factories" (Trump's words, not his) would be in the United States.
The Prime Minister for India spent the early part of this week in the United States talking with President Donald Trump and with Apple's CEO.
Tim Cook finally wants the world to know some sort of Apple car project is in development, though he's not saying anything about products.
It's a token effort when compared with the money the company is hoarding outside the US, but it's swimming in debt inside the country to make this happen.
Will Apple's most important supplier want to set up a factory in the United States in 2018? Or even 2019? Will it have a reason to by then?