Apple seeks tariffs cut for its China-made goods

Friday, 01. November 2019 19:40

Apple Inc is looking for relief of tariffs introduced on September 1 affecting its devices and components manufactured in China such as Apple Watch, iMac, AirPods and iPhone components, filings to US authorities revealed on Friday showed.

The iPhone maker seeks exclusion from tariffs on the HomePod, the Beats Pill+ wireless speaker, AirPods and Beats wireless earbuds, the iPhone smart battery case, the charging case for AirPods and the PowerBeats, storage components for the Mac Pro, and batteries for the iPhone and MacBook.

Earlier today, Apple launched its premium TV streaming service named Apple TV+ in more than 100 countries. On October 30, the tech giant announced its revenue rose 2% in the third quarter of fiscal 2019, beating the estimates.

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