Apple first quarter revenues decline as iPhone revenues drop 15 per cent

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Apple points to wearables and services as iPhone sales fall in China and Europe

Apple has reported a first-quarter decline in revenues of five per cent, caused by a 15 per cent drop in iPhone sales. Total revenues weighted in at £84.31 billion during the quarter, down from ...

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