As expected, Apple unleashed a new generation of mobile smart devices on Wednesday. The firm announced the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus smartphones, plus the Apple Watch Series 2 and some related accessories.
On Tuesday, Apple announced the results of its most recent quarter, posting net income of $7.8 billion on revenues of $42.4 billion. But the firm sold fewer iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple Watches than it did a year ago, for the second quarter in a row.
On a day in which Apple padded its product lineup with new models, the consumer electronics giant received a legal reprieve: The DOJ delayed a scheduled San Bernardino terrorism hearing, stating that it may have found a way to unlock the iPhone at the center of the case.
Apple on Wednesday announced a wide array of new products, including new iPhone 6S smart phones, a Surface-like iPad Pro, Apple TV, iOS, and more.
At its Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday, Apple announced a series of product updates and initiatives aimed at displacing the Android market leader.