This week on AI: Apple rakes in $88.3B holiday, 'iOS 12' features delayed, iPhone X production cuts & more
The standout news was Apple's most lucrative quarter ever, fueled by the iPhone despite an apparent decline in units. We also caught a glimpse of what's coming — and not coming — to this year's "iOS 12."
Everything you need to know:
- Apple chalked up $88.3 billion in revenue last quarter, despite missing iPhone forecasts > >
- "iOS 12" features like a redesigned homescreen are being postponed > >
- Other delayed features include multiplayer AR and new photo-sorting code > >
- Apple is facing U.S. government scrutiny over throttling iPhones > >
- iPhone X production is allegedly being cut in half > >
- Subsequent stories cast doubt on that idea, however > >
- As many as three Macs could use Apple's T-series chips this year > >
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