Disgruntled shareholders have been given the go-ahead to file a class action against Apple, after its chief executive, Tim Cook, allegedly played down the falling demand for iPhones in China, resulting in huge losses for investors.
Apple's iPhone sales fell sharply, both for the fourth quarter of its financial year and also for the full year, the company's results, released on Friday, show.
Protesters have rallied in numbers outside the Apple Store in Washington DC, demanding that the company take steps to protect free speech and human rights.
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