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As analysts debate iPhone 7 demand, Apple nixes MVNO speculation

Apple CEO Tim Cook offered his clearest comments yet on the possibility of the iPhone vendor launching its own MVNO service, explaining that Apple typically operates at a global scale and therefore likely wouldn't launch an MVNO in a specific country.

Tim Cook to visit India as iPhone sales slow in more mature markets

Apple CEO Tim Cook will visit India this week for the first time in an effort to unlock a massive and relatively untapped market.

Apple shows declines in revenues, profits and iPhones sales- and predicts more of the same this year

Apple blamed "strong macroeconomic headwinds" on its surprisingly sluggish quarterly results, in which the smartphone vendor posted revenues and profits below analyst expectations, driven largely by a significant dip in its iPhone shipments. Apple shipped a total of 51.2 million iPhones during its most recent quarter, down from the 61.2 million it shipped during the same quarter last year.

Report: FBI testing its newfound unlocking method on other iPhones

The FBI is hoping to use its reported newfound iPhone-unlocking method to crack open other iPhones in a move that could further escalate tensions between Apple and federal law-enforcement authorities.

Verizon sides with Apple against 'backdoor' into phones for law enforcement

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam issued a statement largely in support of Apple's stance against a technological backdoor into its devices for law enforcement-- a statement that is noteworthy considering the nation's largest wireless carrier had so far remained silent in Apple's ongoing battle against an FBI request for access into an iPhone linked to December's San Bernardino shootings.

Carriers decline to join Facebook, Twitter in backing Apple's defiance of FBI

Tech heavyweights continue to gradually coalesce behind Apple, voicing support for the company's defiance of a judge's order to help the FBI hack an iPhone linked to December's San Bernardino shootings. But major U.S. wireless service providers still aren't backing Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Wireless carriers aren't joining Google and others in backing Apple's Cook in FBI encryption showdown

Some tech companies are slowly coming out of the woodwork in support of Apple CEO Tim Cook, who yesterday posted an open letter explaining why his company is defying a California judge's order to crack an iPhone linked to the horrific San Bernardino shootings in December.

Apple's Cook opposes order to unlock iPhone linked to San Bernardino shootings

Apple CEO Tim Cook is once again in the midst of a showdown against law enforcement authorities looking for help in accessing data from one of the company's devices.

iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV drive record revenue for Apple in fiscal Q1

Apple reported quarterly revenue of $75.9 billion and quarterly net income of $18.4 billion in the fiscal year 2016 first quarter, thanks in part to its record-breaking iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV sales. Here are the details.

On the topic of encryption, it's AT&T's Randall Stephenson vs. Apple's Tim Cook

AT&T CEO Randall Stevenson said Congress should determine U.S. policies regarding encryption rather than tech companies, The Wall Street Journal reported. Stevenson, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, broke stride with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who has repeatedly objected to criticism of the encryption being used in iPhones.