Apple says its new iPhone X the "biggest leap forward to the original iPhone." But with sales flagging, and the competition already outpacing Apple with smartphone innovations, the question investors have is whether the leap is big enough.
Apple has unveiled a new lineup of iPhones with a number of improvements on previous models. A special anniversary edition is even smarter, but its high price tag is bound to put off many customers.
The iPhone maker has reported stronger-than-expected results, buoyed by strong sales of its smartphones, sending its shares to a record high. It hopes to keep this momentum with a new gadget to be unveiled this fall.
The future of South Korea's electronics giant Samsung hangs by a thread after a court in Seoul sentenced the company's heir Lee Jae-Yong to five years in prison. What would be its impact on the South Korean economy?
Apple has promised to expand manufacturing in America with three new plants. At least that's what US President Donald Trump told the "Wall Street Journal." The tech company itself has not commented on it yet.
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