Written byShubham Sharma
The revelation was made during a post-earnings call when the company's CFO Luca Maestri told investors that "this year we expect supply to be available a few weeks later" than the regular late September timeline.
Here are other major updates.
During its earnings call for the quarter, Apple reported a surge in sales despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The company said its revenue touched $59.7 billion - 11% jump from the same period last year - and profit was $11.25 billion.
Facebook also posted growth in its quarterly report, noting that its business made $18.70 billion in revenue, 11% more than last year. The company also said its DAUs increased 12% to 1.79 billion while MAUs across its entire suite applications soared 14% to 3.14 billion.
CEO Sundar Pichai claimed that the fall, first in company's history, was due to the "macroeconomic environment caused by the pandemic".
"We are working to help people, businesses, and communities in these uncertain times," he added.
Using that access, the company said, "They were able to target specific employees who had access to our account support tools" and targeted 130 Twitter accounts - tweeting from 45, and accessing DMs of 36.
Among other things, popular video platform Triller filed a lawsuit against TikTok, claiming that the Chinese company violated its patent for "systems and methods for creating music videos synchronized with an audio track."
On Thursday, 54,000+ new coronavirus infections were detected across India while the death toll reached 35,795, with 780 new deaths.
Separately, a Health Ministry official revealed that the government is deliberating the priority list of groups that would receive the COVID-19 vaccine first once it's ready.
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