Mac sales fell 10% while sales of iPhone increased by 3%. Analyzing Appler’s quarterly financial results

Share This Post

This weekend, earmark a bit of time to apply to our Startup Battlefield 200. It gives you the chance to exhibit your startup for free at TechCrunch Disrupt in October and win the $100,000 prize. Applications close August 5, so get cracking! You’re looking more chipper already: Brian has been following the CHIPS Act moving through the government process. Today, the CHIPS Act staved off last-minute attempts by the GOP House leadership to derail its passage and will be on its way to POTUS’s desk next. On TC+, Haje wonders whether the passage of the CHIPS Act could launch another US startup renaissance.

Subscribe here to receive a daily roundup of TechCrunch’s biggest and most significant articles in your inbox at 3 p.m. PDT. Good morning, you magnificent human beings! Life isn’t all that horrible because it’s Friday and I’m sitting in a hammock in my beautiful North Oakland garden writing this. (WFH must stand for Work From Hammock, I can only guess.)


  • Another bite of the Apple: Apple’s third-quarter profits were a mixed bag, but iPhone revenue bucked the trend (even as smartphone shipments are down globally), with a 3% year-over-year revenue jump, Brian reports. Apple’s computer division took a 10% haircut compared to last year’s performance.

  • Like YouTube, but shorter: TikTok and Instagram Stories have been eating into YouTube’s numbers, and the Google-owned giant isn’t loving it. The video platform just made a creator tool available that can turn YouTube videos into Shorts in a matter of moments, Sarah reports.


Related Posts

What Samsung products can I update to Android 12

Further reading: Android 12 Is Installed Only On 13%...

After a data breach, HPE says Aruba customer data was exposed

HPE acquired Aruba Networks in 2015 for $3 billion...

YouTube is testing a new navigation drawer for Android users

As explained above, the new functionality will open a...

In-depth study of the Renkus-Heinz PCX series

Passive UniBeam technology is essentially a passive crossover network...