Tag Archive: Orders


Apple decides it’s time to start handing out Apple Watch 2 orders

There may be disagreement over when exactly it’s arriving, but Apple’s confident enough about its Apple Watch 2 plans to start divvying up component orders to the different companies in its supply chain. In keeping with its recent strategy, Apple is looking to diversify its supply chain for the second-gen wearable by taking on additional […]

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New Domino’s app orders your favorite pizza as soon as you open it

When that pizza craving hits, the faster you get your hands on a slice of pie, the better. Don’t waste any time when ordering your next one, then — use Zero Clicks. With this new service from Domino’s, ordering your favorite pizza is as easy as opening an app. It’s literally that simple; you tap the app […]

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Apple’s suppliers complain of lower than normal orders for Q2

Tim Cook admitted back in January that Apple’s growth wasn’t going to be at usual stratospheric levels during the first three months of 2016. And, based on a new report, things aren’t likely to pick up too much in the April-June quarter, either. Citing “industry sources,” chip orders placed by Apple to its suppliers are […]

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Apple may give Samsung the boot for iPhone 7 chip orders

After the “chipgate” event of the iPhone 6s — in which Samsung-manufactured A9 processors were rumored to perform worse than those built by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) — a new report suggests that Apple may give its South Korean frenemy the boot, and award 100 percent of its iPhone 7 A10 chip orders to TSMC. […]

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Apple may have slashed iPhone 6s orders due to ‘weak demand’

Swiss bank Credit Suisse has lowered its iPhone sales estimates for 2016 from 242 million to 222 million — reflecting what the organization claims is lower-than-expected demand for the handset, prompting Apple to cut up to 10 percent of its component orders. “The cuts seem to be driven by weak demand for the new iPhone […]

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Apple may be cutting back on iPhone 6s orders

Despite the iPhone 6s’ record-shattering 13 million unit sales in its first three days, reports coming out of Apple’s supply chain suggest that manufacturer Pegatron has stopped operating several of its iPhone 6s production lines in Shanghai — and may even be laying off some employees who were hired to work on the handset. While this has the distinct feel of […]

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Facebook orders employees to switch to Android

Facebook has a problem of iPhone love: too many of its employees prefer Apple’s device when given the chance between an iPhone and Android smartphone. This means that up until now, far less workers have been able to truly live in an Android environment where they can identify bugs within Facebook and fix them. Now, the […]

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Apple lowers its iPhone 6s orders for the holiday quarter

The iPhone 6s smashed records in its first weekend on sale, selling a massive 13 million handsets in just three days. However, integrated circuit makers in Apple’s supply chain are complaining that Apple is reportedly lowering its number of orders for this year’s holiday season. Apple is said to have ordered between 75-80 million iPhone […]

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Judge orders Samsung to stop ripping off Apple

Samsung might soon be legally forbidden from continuing to rip off Apple. In a 2-1 decision today, a federal appeals court ruled that the monetary damages another court ordered the South Korean company to pay Apple last year wasn’t enough; it also had to stop using those design elements that infringe upon Cupertino’s patents. This […]

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TSMC may have already nailed down Apple’s A10 chip orders

The iPhone 6s isn’t even out yet, but already reports are claiming that Apple has awarded its A10 processor orders for the next eagerly-anticipated iPhone upgrade, the iPhone 7. The winning company if you believe said rumors? None other than Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company — the manufacturer said to be making half of Apple’s A9 chips for […]

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