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Tech

Apple shares are back to winning ways as AI optimism builds

Apple is closing in on a deal with OpenAI to use ChatGPT features in the new iPhone operating system
Investors should learn from AI - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Artificial Intelligence

Investors should learn from AI

The Morrill Act popularised university education; AI-powered education companies may do the same 160 years on

Singapore news

Apple CEO Tim Cook to Meet DPM Lawrence Wong to wrap whirlwind Asia tour

Southeast Asia has become an increasingly important market for Apple because of weak demand in China.

Global review

Apple supplier Foxconn begins iPhone 15 production in India

The scale of India production for the iPhones will depend on the ready availability of components, which are largely imported
Apple's next iPhone needs to be irrestible - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Apple's next iPhone needs to be irresistible

Consumers are feeling the pressure of inflation on their everyday spending
Apple to lose 6 mil iPhone Pros from tumult at China plant - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Apple to lose 6 mil iPhone Pros from tumult at China plant

The tumult in iPhone City is a stark reminder of the risks for Apple of its vast supply chain in China.

Tech

Apple phone event, 'worst kept secret,' is priced in

Apple is the top performing mega-cap technology stock this year

Company in the news

iPhone chipmaker TSMC lifts 2020 outlook expecting big 5G boost

TSMC expects strong demand from 5G smartphones and server chips as countries gradually emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Singaporeans to earn up to $380 by keeping healthy with the Apple Watch - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Fitness

Singaporeans to earn up to $380 by keeping healthy with the Apple Watch

As part of the scheme, Singapore residents will be able to earn as much as $380 by completing goals and tasks set within the app.

Tech

Apple, Foxconn broke a Chinese labour law to build latest iPhones

(Sept 9): Apple Inc and manufacturing partner Foxconn violated a Chinese labour rule by using too many temporary staff in the world’s largest iPhone factory, the companies confirmed following a report that also alleged harsh working conditions.
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