To be fair, Donald Trump also has the same problem
Apple has been slammed for creating phones which are too large to fit in the average woman or US president's hand.
Go as high as €1,289/£1,099
While even the US prices of the new Apple iPhone trio were quite high for our taste, it appears that buyers from Europe or the UK will have to shell out even more cash than their US counterparts, pushing those prices to insane levels.
LCD screen, same A12 SoC, and a single 12MP camera
In addition to the iPhone Xs and Xs Max upgrades, Apple has also unveiled the much cheaper iPhone Xr, made for those that might think $999 and $1,099 is just a bit too much money for their taste. In other words, people who don't have very much money - the cheapskates.
Meet the iPhone Xs and Xs Max, all with new A12 Bionic SoC
As expected, the stars of the Apple show at the Steve Jobs' Theater were new iPhones, the iPhone Xs, and the iPhone Xs Max, showing that there is still room for improvement without changing the design.
Intel-powered Gigabit LTE dual SIM in China
Phil Schiller just talked about iPhone Xs and Xs Max, (Nike MAX anyone) and confirmed that there is an eSIM solution for the S 2018 refresh of iPhones.
Europeans have an explanation for Donald Trump
More than 28 million Americans are dumb enough to buy a new iPhone even if it will slide them deep in debt.
Assuming you thought it had a value in the first place
Existing iPhone’s will lose up to a quarter of their value over the next 24 hours.
Higher demand for data centre tech
Broadcom predicted current quarter revenue largely above estimates on higher demand for components that power data centres.
Most likely for China
Apple already confirmed its plans to have an iPhone event on September 12th and it will tell the market about its upcoming 2018 Intel only modem line up.
But higher prices still means Job's Mob still makes more money
The Tame Apple Press is celebrating the fact that its favourite company managed to make more money in the third quarter. Apple’s revenues were up to $53.3 billion vs. $52.34 billion last year.