As we close out the week, we see opaque takes on iPhone demand, Apple grows a workforce in India, and dinosaurs are back in action.
A healthy new year for iPhone, a sluggish start for the App Store, and price changes on old gear and new batteries.
From the Observation Deck, we see the EC going EZ on Apple, manufacturing moves in and out of China, and a new round of developer betas.
Putting iPhone SE back in play, a government official praises Apple’s security stance, and Apple’s other soccer season gets a trailer.
Today from the Observation Deck, headset chatter continues, the problem of iPhone theft, and one kid AirDrops himself to juvie.
Counterpoint points out smartphone sales, talk around Apple’s headset plans, and neat tech stuff up for auction.
Morgan Stanley doubles down on Apple, Apple Watch drove smartwatches last year, and examining growth for Apple TV+.
Perilous times for Apple Watch, Gen Zs are insufferable ATMs or something, and colorful new sound machines from Beats.
Apple’s child protection push pushes further, updates and tweaks for Apple services, and let’s all go get tattoos!
The latest on iPhone sales in China, a questionable report from a questionable news source, and Apple gives Mastodon a vote of confidence.