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This Week's Top Stories: 5G MacBook Rumors, AAPL Q3 Earnings, Apple Card, and More



In this week's top stories: AAPL Q3 revenue, iOS 13 beta 5, 16-inch MacBook Pro details and more. Read on for all this week's biggest news.

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Apple reported this third-quarter revenue in 2019. AAPL disclosed revenue of $ 53.8 billion and a profit of $ 10.04 billion. Apple no longer reports device sales but reports revenue by category:

  • $ 25.99 billion iPhone
  • $ 11.46 billion: Services
  • $ 5.82 billion: Mac
  • $ 5.53 billion: Wearables, Home and Accessories
  • $ 5.02 Billion: iPad

For the fourth quarter of 2019, Apple forecasts revenue between $ 61 billion and $ 64 billion.

At Apple's earnings call, Tim Cook confirmed that the Apple Card will begin rolling out once this month. A separate report from Bloomberg also suggested that Apple is developing an Apple Card application for the iPad, while Goldman Sach's Apple Card customer agreement provided more details on the card's policy.

In other news, a couple of new supply chain reports this week provided more information on what may be coming to the MacBook line this year. As for the rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro, a report said it will have narrower frames, allowing Apple to fit a 16-inch LCD screen in the same body size as the current 15-inch MacBook Pro.

Elsewhere, a report from Digitimes suggested that Apple will launch 5G cellular MacBook Macs during the second half of 2020. Digitimes says Apple will use ceramic material for the 5G antenna board, rather than the typical metals used by other manufacturers. This will apparently make 5G speeds twice as fast.

These and the rest of this week's top stories below.

iOS | macOS | tvOS |

iPhone |

Mac + iPad |

Top Apple Stories, Retail |

Apple Watch |

Apple Card |

Apps |

Accessories |

Technical Industry |

Top Apple Stories, Company |

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