- Reuters•12 minutes ago
IPhone sales dropped for the second straight quarter, pushing down Apple's total revenue 14.6 percent in the fiscal third quarter, ended June 25. Demand for Apple's phones has waned in China, partly because of economic uncertainty there, and has also slowed in more mature markets as people tend to hold on to their phones for longer. The sales slump has stoked concerns about whether the tech leader can continue to deliver profits at the level Wall Street has come to expect.
- WSJ Live•20 minutes ago
Apple reported Tuesday that profit fell 27% in the latest quarter as the company grappled with the first prolonged slump in iPhone sales since the product was introduced in 2007. Photo: AP
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