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Apple will cut nearly 200 jobs at Beats following acquisition: report

Apple will cut nearly 200 jobs at Beats following acquisition: report

American technology giant Apple Inc. would slash as many as 200 jobs at Beats Electronics LLC after completing the acquisition deal for the headphone & music company, a person familiar with the matter said.

The Cupertino, California-based Apple's $3 billion acquisition deal for the popular audio equipment & music-streaming company is all set to close on August 1, 2014.

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Analysts predict sales of iPhone 6 to be ‘unbelievably massive”

Analysts predict sales of iPhone 6 to be ‘unbelievably massive”

With tech giant Apple reportedly set to launch its next-generation iPhone - likely to be dubbed iPhone 6 - in September, analysts are predicting that the new handset will apparently witness "unbelievably massive" sales.

The recent projections of the analysts with regard to the expected sales of the new iPhone have come against the backdrop of the fact that Apple has revealed in its April-June quarter earnings report that its iPhone sales saw a 13 percent increase year-on-year.

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Apple reports “record” results for 2014 April-June quarter

Apple reports “record” results for 2014 April-June quarter

On Tuesday, Apple reported strong results for the 2014 April-June quarter; mainly due to the robust sales of iPhones, especially older models.

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Apple rebuffs Chinese media’s allegations that iPhone is a threat to China’s security

Apple rebuffs Chinese media’s allegations that iPhone is a threat to China’s sec

In a bilingual statement posted on Apple's China website on Sunday, the US tech giant rebuffed the allegations of the Chinese state media that the iPhone's location-tracking functionality poses a threat to China's national security.

Apple's statement has come against the backdrop of the fact that China's national broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV) had said in a July 11 program - which was televised country-wide - that the location-tracking software of the Apple iPhone may result in a leak of state secrets.

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Chinese Media Terms Apple’s Location Tracking as Security Threat

Chinese Media Terms Apple’s Location Tracking as Security Threat

Mainstream Chinese Media has termed Apple’s iPhone as a national security threat. The state owned CCTV has reported that the location tracking feature in iPhone could collect data about location of the users.

Chinese authorities are not very comfortable with increased penetration of American technology companies in the local market. The media campaign against the spying activity carried out by United States has taken the technology major Apple as the latest victim.

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Apple poaches Tag Heuer’s top sales executive Patrick Pruniaux

Apple poaches Tag Heuer’s top sales executive Patrick Pruniaux

Swiss luxury-watch maker Tag Heuer's top sales executives Patrick Pruniaux - the company's Vice President of Sales and Retail - has reportedly been poached by US tech titan Apple.

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South Korea asks Apple and Google to make their app refund policies more consumer-friendly

South Korea asks Apple and Google to make their app refund policies more consume

The South Korea Fair Trade Commission has asked US tech giants Apple and Google to ensure that their app refund policies are made more consumer-friendly, so that consumers can get refunds for iOS and Android apps more easily.

For initiating the changes to make app refunds easier for consumers, Apple has been asked to make its procedures more convenient for claiming refunds on in-app purchases. With more prompt refund procedures, it will be a much easier for people to get their money back when their children make accidental in-app purchases.

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Apple Hires Senior Executive from Tag Heuer for its iWatch

Apple Hires Senior Executive from Tag Heuer for its iWatch

A senior executive from Swiss luxury watch brand Tag Heuer has been hired by Apple, as it is preparing to launch iWatch. Tag Heuer is a unit of luxury goods group LVMH and it has revealed that its vice president for sales, Patrick Pruniaux, will step down on July 7 from the position to join Apple. However, what would be his role in apple has not been disclosed yet.

The iWatch is likely to be launched by Apple in the autumn. This will pave a way for Apple to enter the personal luxury goods market.

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RBC poll shows iPhone 6 will rack up "solid" consumer demand

RBC poll shows iPhone 6 will rack up "solid" consumer demand

On Tuesday, investment firm RBC Capital Markets released the results of a poll which showed that the consumer demand which Apple next-generation iPhone - the iPhone 6 - is expected to rack up will be quite "solid."

The poll carried out by RBC involved the participation of 4,000 consumers. The results of the poll revealed that nearly 50 percent of the consumers who plan to upgrade their present handsets intend to purchase an iPhone within the next three months.

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Apple to begin production of two bigger-screen iPhones in China next month

Apple to begin production of two bigger-screen iPhones in China next month

According to a Bloomberg report, tech giant Apple apparently has plans underway to commence the production of two new bigger-screen iPhones in July. The mass production for the biggest-ever iPhones will begin at Apple suppliers in China next month.

The report, based on the information shared by unidentified sources, has revealed that the screens of the two bigger iPhones to be produced by Apple will measure 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, respectively. The bigger-screen iPhones will also be rounder as well as thinner than the existing iPhone models, which feature 4-inch screens.

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