As an iPhone user, you are likely familiar with your device's wide array of features. One of these is NameDrop, a contact-sharing feature introduced in iOS 17. While this feature allows for swift and easy sharing of contact information, concerns

By Yelin Mo and Brenda Goh iPhone: BEIJING (Reuters) - Apple's smartphone shipments in China shrank 2.1% in the final quarter of 2023 from the same year-ago period, hurt by intensifying competition from local rivals led by Huawei, data from research

By Mrinmay Dey (Reuters) - Apple executive Tang Tan, who led design for the iPhone and Apple Watch, is set to join LoveFrom, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday citing people familiar with the matter. Tan will leave Apple in February to work

By Sam Nussey and Miho Uranaka TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese smartphone component supplier Murata Manufacturing aims to grow sales to Chinese makers of lower-end handsets destined for emerging markets as it looks beyond saturated strongholds. Murata, a leading supplier of ceramic capacitors,

By Rupam Jain and Munsif Vengattil iPhone: NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's cyber security agency is investigating complaints of mobile phone hacking by senior opposition politicians who reported receiving warning messages from Apple, Information Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said. Vaishnaw was quoted

By Elizabeth Pineau PARIS (Reuters) - French authorities have received a software update from Apple for its iPhone 12 and are reviewing it, a source at the French digital ministry told Reuters on Tuesday. The U.S. tech company had pledged to update

By Praveen Paramasivam, Aditya Kalra and Munsif Vengattil Pegatron: CHENGALPATTU, India (Reuters) - A production shutdown at Apple supplier Pegatron's India iPhone factory is expected to extend into Wednesday and disruptions could last longer as authorities investigate a fire at the

By Brenda Goh and Yuvraj Malik (Reuters) - Buyers of Apple's new iPhone 15 Pro Max in some countries including China, Japan and the United States may have to wait until November to get the smartphone, an early sign of strong

By Julie Zhu and Kevin Yao HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - China has in recent weeks widened existing curbs on the use of iPhones by state employees, telling staff at some central government agencies to stop using their Apple mobiles at work,