Apple Inc. is a US multinational corporation that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics and computer software. Its iPads and iPhones are among the most successful products in the world.
The company regularly comes under fire from consumer and data protection advocates. It is also being criticized for its contractors' labor practices, as well as its environmental practices. This is a collection of DW's latest content on Apple.
What do you do if you have too many apple trees and no time to pick the fruit? In Oslo, that's an annual headache, and it's not uncommon that large amounts of high quality apples go to waste. But now a group of idealists have set about gathering the apples that nobody wants, creating jobs for people with disabilities – AND lovely apple juice- in the process.
As the smoke lifts over Samsungs burning smartphone disaster, the full extent of the damage becomes more visible. Samsung shares have dropped again this morning, bringing the loss to 11% since Monday, and analysts expect the scandal to cost Samsung $17 billion dollars in lost sales alone.
Samsung Warning: Company stops global sales and production of its Galaxy Note 7. Analyst David Buik discusses the economic impact on the South Korean company, and how this will shape the ongoing battle between Samsung and Apple for smartphone market dominance.
Do you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 7? If you haven't turned it off yet, you should. On Tuesday, the South Korean tech giant said it was halting sales of the phone and told owners to stop using them pending investigations into the phone's exploding battery issue.