Recapping Apple’s December-quarter numbers and dipping into the earnings call. That’s the kind of day we’re having on the Observation Deck.
Prepping for the earnings call, a Federal agency calls for sideloading, and Samsung teases a move on mixed-reality.
Notes ahead of Apple’s earnings, details around HomePod, and the last of Apple Store’s original doors closes.
A fight over foldable iPads, Apple’s in trouble with the NLRB, and remembering the year that just started.
Checking iPhone shares in China, analysts send notes ahead of Apple earnings, and HomePod starts playing hard to get.
The iPhone surges despite a smartphone slump, while China flexes its censorship powers in Hong Kong. Plus, our podcast gets a special guest.
How over COVID is Apple? A “silent war” over a long held grudge, and “Mac OS Ken” turns 17. That’s what we see from the Observation Deck.
One financial type loves Apple’s M2, the DoJ goes after Google, and Apple ushers in Data Privacy Day. That’s today’s Observation Deck view.
Apple OS updates, banks eyeing Apple Pay users, and the bilingual, international, comic-book-based wine show you’ve been waiting for.
Morgan Stanley senses the dawn, a look at Big Tech’s big layoffs, and news of a couple of App Store investigations.