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We now believe that all three devices will feature wireless charging and will all be launched in the normal September timeframe , although the majority of iPhone Pro volumes may not be available until Q4. Barclays contradicts a recent report that claimed the 5.8-inch iPhone will be announced alongside updated 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models, or the so-called iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, but might not go on sale until much later. By the sounds of it, availability of Apple's first iPhone with an OLED display could be similar to the iPhone 7 Plus in Jet Black, which was virtually nowhere to be found through the holiday shopping season last year. When an Apple Store or reseller happened to get a few Jet Black models in stock, they sold out almost instantly. The analysts, citing information from Apple's supply chain following a trip to Asia earlier this month, also reiterated their expectations for the 5.
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US current account trade deficit dips to $112.4 billion in Q4 but full year climbs to highest since 2008
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Apple has hinted at its preference for AR many times in the past, but could we see it actually included inside this year’s iPhone release? I’m kind of skeptical, as we often here about “things” Apple is “working” on only to discover that they take around five years to actually appear. The dual-lens camera and removal of the home button are two excellent examples of this type of thing being talked about long before they became a reality. Ditto the iPad Pro (10 points if you remember the iPad Maxi rumours). Apple has ex-Google Glass, Oculus and HoloLens engineers working on it’s AR platform, so it’s not a question of whether Apple is doing something AR-related for iPhone – it’s happening right now. The only real question is when we get to see it? Personally, I’d love to see something like this announced during the iPhone keynote inside Q4. It’d be like Apple switching to 64-bit, taking the industry by surprise, and forcing nearly every other player in the space to rethink their mobile strategy all over again.
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GST has been a very long time in the making and although it is not quite an ideal GST, but on the manufacturing side, it would be a big improvement, says Nayar.
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PETALING JAYA: George Kent (Malaysia) Bhd’s net profit for the fourth quarter ended Jan 31, 2017 more than doubled to RM42.15 million from RM19.66 million a year ago due to higher gross profit and higher unrealised gain on foreign exchange. In a filing with Bursa Malaysia yesterday, the group reported a higher unrealised gain on foreign exchange of RM1.85 million on foreign currencies held, compared with an unrealised loss of RM9.11 million a year ago. During the quarter, both the engineering and metering divisions reported higher segment profits. The engineering segment profit rose 53% to RM49.37 million from RM32.23 million a year ago while the metering segment profit rose 49% to RM8.13 million from RM5.47 million a year ago. Revenue for the quarter fell 28.78% to RM189.14 million from RM265.58 million a year ago on the back of a 34% drop in revenue from the engineering division, to RM155.
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" Earlier this month, the group reported strong first quarter financials in the latter part of February, with sales and earnings both surging to the highest levels in company history. The numbers represented a dramatic turnaround from the previous quarter (Q4 2016 ended September 30, 2016), when the company lost $0.02 per share despite a 4.7% year-on-year increase in sales to $5.48 million. The culprit was costs, as the gross margin dove 14.9 percentage points to 19.3%. Iplayco finance chief Max Liszkowski said: Last fiscal year we had challenges with cost overruns on some contracts, integration costs with our expanded Philippines operations, and pretty significant foreign exchange losses owing to Canadian dollar appreciation. “The first quarter saw all of this turn around and right now our management team is feeling very positive about fiscal 2017.”
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After facing a delay due to the cheating emissions scandal, the Audi Q4 is back on track and coming our way, two years earlier than previously expected. Read more »
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