Apple Stock News: iPhone 13 Availability, Holiday Gift Guide, Trade-In Prices

iPhone 13 ‘s Availability is Expected to Improve

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Apple Stock News: According to MacRumors, iPhone 13‘s availability is expected to improve in the coming weeks as the holiday season approaches and the prime spending season approaches. iPhone 13 has been affected by a global chip shortage that has caused problems in Apple’s supply chain. The shipping time in some locations is longer than usual.

However, Apple’s suppliers have managed to ease shortages of some components to speed up the production of the iPhone 13. Apple’s supply chain partners are starting to notice the gap between supply and demand for the iPhone 13 due to the increased production of integrated circuit boards embedded in the iPhone.

Apple Launches Holiday Gift Guide and Personalized Holiday Cards

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Apple will celebrate the holidays with a “Holiday Gift Guide” at Apple personalized holiday cards in its Apple Store retail stores and With an all-new lineup of iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watch, AirPods, and more. Customers can find the latest Apple products this season more easily than ever before.

In the Apple Store app, customers can view personalized recommendations, product availability, and self-checkout and explore Apple’s latest products and services.

Apple Drops Device Trade-In Prices in the U.S.

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Apple updated its iPhone trade-in website to lower the maximum trade-in price for almost all trade-in options. Trading the iPhone 12 Pro Max is currently $90 less than the old value. For tablets, customers can now get up to $550, down from a previous maximum of $580. For computers, Apple quoted as much as $2,720, down from $3,240. The maximum trade-in price for the Apple Watch has not changed, and users can still get discounts of up to $270.

Apple Stock News: Apple’s Request to Delay the Implementation of a Permanent Injunction has been denied

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After a virtual hearing, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers rejected Apple’s request to delay a permanent injunction. Judge Gonzalez Rogers ordered Apple to allow developers to add in-app links to external websites, paving the way for a procurement system that does not require developers to use in-app alternative payment options. According to the language of the preliminary ruling, Apple will be barred from restricting developers from including “directing customers to purchase mechanisms in their apps and their metadata buttons, external links or other rallying terms”.

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