Apple is thinking of making major changes in its supply chain and has asked its major suppliers to analyse the costs that would be involved in moving between 15% and 30% of production from China to countries like India, Vietnam, Mexico, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Enterprises have a lot to gain from the coming iPhone, iPad and macOS updates announced at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference last week, with security, single sign-on, device enrolment features and more.
Apple will scrap its iTunes service during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference which begins on Monday US time, a report says, adding that it would be replaced with separate services for music, video and podcasts.
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