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Apple agrees to pay Ireland $15.4 billion in back taxes to appease EU

Apple agrees to pay Ireland $15.4 billion in back taxes to appease EU

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Apple today reached an agreement with the European Union to begin depositing the $15.4 billion in back taxes it was ordered to pay Ireland last year.

Apple news hits Dialog

Apple news hits Dialog

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Dialog Semiconductor has said its top customer Apple could build its own power-management chips into future iPhones rather than rely on the Anglo-German chipmaker, sending its shares plunging up to 19%.

Apple agrees to pay Ireland government over $15 billion in back taxes in 2018

Apple agrees to pay Ireland government over $15 billion in back taxes in 2018

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Apple iPhone X now available unlocked and SIM-free - CNET

Apple iPhone X now available unlocked and SIM-free - CNET

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Here’s your chance to snag one if you’ve been gunning for Apple’s anniversary phone but haven’t made up your mind on a carrier yet.

Apple will repay taxes to the tune of €13 billion, pending term agreement

Apple will repay taxes to the tune of €13 billion, pending term agreement

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After handing down its findings a little over a year ago, the European Commission deemed that Apple's arrangement with Ireland required it to repay taxes. Apple has now agreed to pay back €13 billion. Read more...

iOS 11 release date and features: iOS 11.2 update borks Face ID, users report

iOS 11 release date and features: iOS 11.2 update borks Face ID, users report

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Apple's mobile operating system is one of the cornerstones of its business, and it's some of the most-used software in the world. iOS 11 was announced at WWDC on 5 June 2017 alongside the release of developer beta. Following announcements made at Apple ...

Apple to start paying back taxes to Ireland; Senators ask FCC to delay ending net neutrality

Apple to start paying back taxes to Ireland; Senators ask FCC to delay ending net neutrality

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Paying Up: Apple is set to start cutting some pretty good sized checks to the Irish government next year, to end years of wrangling with the European Union over the billions of euros the company was found to owe in back taxes. Apple will begin paying back ...

Apple Releases Apple Watch Sport Bands and iPhone Cases in Three New Colors

Apple Releases Apple Watch Sport Bands and iPhone Cases in Three New Colors

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Apple today quietly added three new Apple Watch Sport bands to its online store, introducing three unique colors. The new bands are available in Spicy Orange, Dark Teal, and Flash, a bright shade of yellow.

Gmail now works properly on iPhone X and supports third-party accounts

Gmail now works properly on iPhone X and supports third-party accounts

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Google has finally released an updated version of its Gmail app that fills the entirety of Apple's iPhone X display. The update to the iOS app also adds support for third-party email services like Apple iCloud, Microsoft Outlook, and Yahoo Mail, something we first saw in beta back in October.

Apple to ship 25 million AirPods in 2018

Apple to ship 25 million AirPods in 2018

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Apple is expected to double its shipments of the AirPods in 2018 with the increasing demand of it wireless headphones.

Business delivers for tax coffers; Poland targets Ireland in Apple appeal

Business delivers for tax coffers; Poland targets Ireland in Apple appeal

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Business Today: the best news, analysis and comment from ‘The Irish Times’ business desk

Apple agrees to pay Ireland over $15 billion in back taxes

Apple agrees to pay Ireland over $15 billion in back taxes

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The European Union in 2016 launched a fresh crackdown over taxes paid by tech giant Apple.

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