1. China state media take aim at Apple over Hong Kong map app  Financial Times
  2. China accuses Apple of aiding Hong Kong protests through toxic apps  The Punch
  3. China accuses Apple Inc of aiding protests  P.M. News
  4. 'Protecting rioters': China warns Apple over app that tracks Hong Kong police  The Guardian
  5. After NBA, Apple is China's next target. Know how - Latest target  Economic Times
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Apple is the latest in a series of foreign companies and organisations to have come under fire in China for their alleged support of Hong Kong prot...Apple is the latest in a series of foreign companies and organisations to have come under fire in China for their alleged support of Hong Kong protesters. Chinese state-run newspaper People’s Da...

China accuses Apple of aiding Hong Kong protests through toxic apps – Punch Newspapers

Apple is the latest in a series of foreign companies and organisations to have come under fire in China for their alleged support of Hong Kong prot...Apple is the latest in a series of foreign companies and organisations to have come under fire in China for their alleged support of Hong Kong protesters. Chinese state-run newspaper People’s Da...

China accuses Apple of aiding Hong Kong protests through toxic apps – Punch Newspapers

Apple is the latest in a series of foreign companies and organisations to have come under fire in China for their alleged support of Hong Kong protesters.Apple is the latest in a series of foreign companies and organisations to have come under fire in China for their alleged support of Hong Kong protesters.

China accuses Apple Inc of aiding protests | P.M. News

“'Protecting rioters': China warns Apple over app that tracks Hong Kong police | Hong Kong | The Guardian https://t.co/aOlEqQFRh1”

艾未未 Ai Weiwei on Twitter: "'Protecting rioters': China warns Apple over app that tracks Hong Kong police | Hong Kong | The Guardian https://t.co/aOlEqQFRh1"

“Dear @Apple ... customer service works if you actually speak to the people seeking help.. hour and a half and counting.. 🤦🏻‍♂️”

Patrick Dangerfield on Twitter: "Dear @Apple ... customer service works if you actually speak to the people seeking help.. hour and a half and counting.. 🤦🏻‍♂️… https://t.co/LXkwgCyGI9"

“#Apple #hottake 🔥 How does a company at this scale grow shareholder value? Rundles (recurring revenue bundles) — 420M users — second only to AMZN via @section_four https://t.co/vv0fYYZgUO”

Scott Galloway on Twitter: "#Apple #hottake 🔥 How does a company at this scale grow shareholder value? Rundles (recurring revenue bundles) — 420M users — second only to AMZN via @section_four… https://t.co/8iq2RxMsSs"

“The corporate groveling to Chinese Communist Party continues. What next, will Apple remove the AMERICAN flag emoji from Hong Kong iPhones? https://t.co/b4ceVilfgv”

Josh Hawley on Twitter: "The corporate groveling to Chinese Communist Party continues. What next, will Apple remove the AMERICAN flag emoji from Hong Kong iPhones? https://t.co/b4ceVilfgv"

Apple became the latest company targeted for Chinese pressure over protests in Hong Kong after the ruling Communist Party's main newspaper criticized the tech giant Wednesday for a smartphone app that allows activists to report police movements. Latest targetApple became the latest company targeted for Chinese pressure over protests in Hong Kong after the ruling Communist Party's main newspaper criticized the tech giant Wednesday for a smartphone app that allows activists to report police movements. Latest target

After NBA, Apple is China's next target. Know how - Latest target | The Economic Times

China's state media accused Apple on Wednesday of supporting pro-democracy protesters, warning the US tech giant would suffer consequences for its "unwise and reckless" decision, in an echo of campaigns against other Western firms.China's state media accused Apple on Wednesday of supporting pro-democracy protesters, warning the US tech giant would suffer consequences for its "unwise and reckless" decision, in an echo of campaigns against other Western firms.

China Warns Apple Against Unwise And Reckless Support Of Hong Kong Protests: Report

HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - China's Communist Party’s flagship newspaper criticised Apple Inc’s decision to approve an app that shows police activity in Hong Kong and to allow its iTunes store to carry a song that’s become a rallying cry for demonstrators in the midst of increasingly violent pro-democracy protests.  . Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - China's Communist Party’s flagship newspaper criticised Apple Inc’s decision to approve an app that shows police activity in Hong Kong and to allow its iTunes

Chinese state newspaper People's Daily criticises Apple over Hong Kong app, protesters’ song, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

In a commentary the newspaper did not mention the name of the location app, but it decried what it said was Apple's complicity in helping the protesters and questioned whether Apple was 'thinking clearly.' In a commentary the newspaper did not mention the name of the location app, but it decried what it said was Apple's complicity in helping the protesters and questioned whether Apple was 'thinking clearly.'

China state newspaper criticizes Apple for app use by Hong Kong protesters | ABS-CBN News

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China’s state media accused Apple Wednesday of supporting pro-democracy protesters, warning the US tech giant would suffer consequences for its “unwise and reckless” decision, in an echo of campaigns against other Western firms. An opinion piece in the People’s Daily, the mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party, highlighted a transport app available on Apple’s store […]

China warns Apple against 'unwise and reckless' support of Hong Kong protesters | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

HONG KONG, Oct 9 ― The Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper, the People's Daily, lashed out yesterday at Apple Inc for allowing an app on its app store that tracks the movement of police around Hong Kong and is used by protesters in ongoing and sometimes violent demonstrations. In a...HONG KONG, Oct 9 ― The Chinese Communist Party's official newspaper, the People's Daily, lashed out yesterday at Apple Inc for allowing an app on its app store that tracks the movement of police around Hong Kong and is used by protesters in ongoing and sometimes violent demonstrations. In a...

China state newspaper slams Apple for app use by Hong Kong protesters | World | Malay Mail

Apple’s decision to greenlight an app called HKmaps, which is being used by pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong to crowdsource information about street closures and police presence, is attracting the ire of the Chinese government. An article in Chinese state mouthpiece, China Daily, attacks the iPhone maker for reversing an earlier decision not to allow […]Apple’s decision to greenlight an app called HKmaps, which is being used by pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong to crowdsource information about street closures and police presence, is attracting the ire of the Chinese government. An article in Chinese state mouthpiece, China Daily, attacks the iPhone maker for reversing an earlier decision not to allow […]

China attacks Apple for allowing Hong Kong crowdsourced police activity app – TechCrunch

Apple's high-risk China strategy faces another twist as Beijing​ loses patience.Apple's high-risk China strategy faces another twist as Beijing​ loses patience.

Apple Is ‘Reckless’ And Will Face ‘Consequences’—Warns China

"Apple's approval for the app obviously helps rioters," an opinion piece in the People's Daily says.

China warns Apple against 'reckless' support of Hong Kong protesters - World - DAWN.COM

BEIJING: China's state media accused Apple Wednesday of supporting pro-democracy protesters, warning the US tech giant would suffer consequences for its "unwise and reckless" decision, in an echo of campaigns against other Western firms.BEIJING: China's state media accused Apple Wednesday of supporting pro-democracy protesters, warning the US tech giant would suffer consequences for its "unwise and reckless" decision, in an echo of campaigns against other Western firms.

China warns Apple against 'reckless' support of HK protesters