Apple defends decision to allow Infowars in the App Store, saying it supports ‘all points of view’

After removing five Infowars podcasts earlier this week, Apple announced in a statement today that the Infowars application itself will remain available on the App Store for the time being. The statement, obtained by BuzzFeed News, explains that Apple supports “all points of view” being represented on the App Store… more… 9to5Mac

Report: iPhone’s US activations up 10 points in Q4 2017, up 5 points year-on-year

The latest CIRP data indicates that Apple increased its US iPhone activations ten points in the final quarter of the year, from a 29% share in the September quarter to a 39% share by December. More significantly, activations were up five points year-on-year, from 34% in Q4 2016 to 39% in the same quarter last […]

KGI says ‘iPhone 7’ won’t have ‘many attractive selling points,’ predicts competitors to outperform Apple

Noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities continues to have a bearish outlook on iPhone sales through the end of 2016, telling investors on Sunday that he believes Apple will be the only top-five smartphone vendor to see shipments decline this year. AppleInsider – Frontpage News