Apple is using its genius to take on the coronavirus fight.
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The company will review local conditions for each Apple facility and will follow guidance from local governments
Apple has donated 1.9 million masks to the state of New York with "more on the way" to aid in the fight against the coronavirus, according to a tweet by Gov. Andrew Cuomo Wednesday.
The screening tool which is available on a website and via a new app.
The company began taking orders for the high-demand supplies on Wednesday.
Apple and other major U.S. companies are looking to help produce and donate masks and other medical supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apple has dropped a two-device limit on online purchases of iPhones.
The move comes as Apple braces for the impact of the outbreak.
There have been rumors that the tech giant's latest iPhone 12 could offer 5G wireless service as soon as this year.
Late-night shows have shut down production in the wake of the outbreak.
Factories in China, struggling to reopen after the coronavirus shut down the economy, face a new threat from U.S. anti-disease controls.
France's competition watchdog on Monday fined iPhone maker Apple $ 1.23 billion, saying it was guilty of anti-competitive behavior.
The company sold fewer than half a million iPhones in China in February
Apple iPhone assembler Foxconn Technology has resumed production at its mainland China factories.
Apple has more than 60 million paid music subscribers.
It is not known if the March 31 event will be rescheduled
At present, it’s unclear if Apple would consider postponing or relocating the event.
Companies outside China are benefiting from coercive labor practices imposed on the Uighurs.
Apple's manufacturing partner Foxconn reported its biggest monthly drop in revenue in about seven years on Thursday as the coronavirus outbreak continued to play havoc with its business.