Reports indicate that Japanese consumers prefer to buy secondhand iPhones due to high prices of new models and the weakening yen.
Apple Store Ginza in Tokyo will be moving to the first ever 12-story building in Japan that is made mostly of wood and steel.
Located in Tokyo’s Ginza district, Apple first store outside of the U.S. is set to be demolished at the end of 2022.
In a move to appease the Japan Fair Trade Commission, Apple will start letting some apps link to their websites to bypass App Store payments.
Japan’s antitrust regulator is just the latest in a growing number of countries tackling the business practices of Apple and its App Store.
Tim Cook has been spending some time in Japan, he posted images of him meeting key suppliers, developers, creators, and an Apple Store.
Japanese suppliers want the Fair Trade Commission to investigate Apple after saying they were forced to sign unfair contracts with the company.
According to a report, Apple has been sending executives to meet with Samsung to discuss possible iPhone chip shortages.
A Japanese HomePod will launch this summer for ¥32,800 (US$302.48). We don’t have a launch date but the order page is live.
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