Apple products under pricing pressure as new 15% tariffs drop Sunday

A new 15% tariff on Chinese imports will go in effect just after midnight Sunday, placing levies on hundreds of household goods and consumer tech, including a bevy of Apple  products. The tariffs, put in place by President Donald Trump as part of an escalating tit-for-tat trade war with China, were entered into the Federal Register on Friday. Apple, the largest U.S. technology company by market cap, has its products assembled in China by Foxconn and then ships them to consumers all over the world. The Apple Airpods, Apple Watch and accompanying Apple Watch…

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Rare Apple-1 computer to go under the hammer at Christie’s, may fetch Rs 4.56 cr

Related Catherine Deneuve’s Yves Saint Laurent wardrobe fetches $1.02 million at Christie’s auction Travelling frames: George Michael’s personal art collection to go on tour before Christie’s auction Jeff Koons’ sculpture named ‘Rabbit’ goes under the hammer, fetches $91 mn at auction Catherine Deneuve’s Yves Saint Laurent wardrobe fetches $1.02 million at Christie’s auction Travelling frames: George Michael’s personal art collection to go on tour before Christie’s auction NEW DELHI: In 1976, Apple Inc made and sold the first ever Apple computer. Fewer than half of the 200 Apple-1 computers, ever…

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