Apple forever changed the face of the cell phone industry when it first unveiled the iPhone on January 9, 2007. Ten years and seven generations later, the iPhone continues to dominate the market, driving Apple revenues.
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Apple has agreed to pay ten years of back taxes to France. It's the latest US Company to strike a deal with France, which has led a push through the European Union for higher taxes on technology giants. Keith Walker speaks with DW business correspondent Andreas Becker, who begins with the amount of back tax Apple is paying.
One of the world's most valuable companies -- tech giant Apple -- has seen its shares tumble. That came after it was forced to cut its quarterly sales forecast -- blaming falling iPhone sales in China. But Apple is also struggling in some developed markets where fewer consumers opted for iPhone upgrades than expected.
In the latest case in a legal battle between the US chipmaker and US smartphone brand, a German court gave the nod to the chipmaker. It means older iPhones will come off the shelves of Apple stores in Germany.