Apple shares peak as iPhone X goes on sale in UK

Apple has shrugged off concerns about production delays on the new iPhone X by reporting a 19% rise in profit to $10.7bn (£8.2bn). Revenues were also up by 12% to $52.6bn (£40.2bn) in the fourth quarter ending 30 September - an increase of 12% during the ... ( read original story ...)

Profits boost for Apple as the iPhone X arrives in stores

Apple has reported better-than-expected revenue forecasts on the eve of the launch of the highly anticipated iPhone X. Demand for the £999 new phone, which opened for pre-orders last week, has been "off the charts", with a queue of 350 people outside ... ( read original story ...)

How the iPhone X could make Apple a $1 trillion company

Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget and chief tech correspondent Steve Kovach discuss Apple's new iPhone X. Kovach got the phone before its release, and says he loves it, citing the functionality and screen presentation, and praising the Face ID feature. ( read original story ...)

Pressure mounts on Apple to live up to iPhone X hype

The iPhone X's lush screen, facial-recognition skills and $1,000 price tag are breaking new ground in Apple's marquee product line. Yet the much-anticipated device is testing the patience of consumers and investors as demand outstrips suppliers' capacity. ( read original story ...)