The company's chief financial officer said: "We cannot fulfill all the demand out there right now."
So-called 'touch disease' flaw renders iPhone 6 phones unresponsive and unusable.
Scientists discover way to double battery life of smartphones, electric cars and other electronics.
A report found 59 percent of internet users described themselves as "hooked."
Apple reports declining iPhone sales for the second quarter in a row.
The move it to protest America's alleged involvement in the South China Sea dispute.
Japan's SoftBank is to buy the U.K.'s ARM in an all-cash deal.
Thomas Ross claims iPhone, iPad, and iPod infringe upon his 1992 patent for "Electronic Reading Device."
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference was more a brainstorming session with dozens of new features for its devices than a focused presentation.
Successful hack in the case of "Shield" actor Michael Jace is another sign authorities are turning to third parties rather than manufacturers.
U.S. 'no longer needs Apple's assistance' after someone provided the passcode to an iPhone that authorities wanted to view.
The U.S. has redoubled its efforts to use the courts to force Apple's cooperation in cracking encrypted iPhones.
The U.S. is continuing to push Apple and other tech companies to help law enforcement circumvent encryption.
The case is the latest in the battle over privacy between the tech giant and law enforcement.
Comparing favourably to iPhone 6s and Samsung Galaxy S7, a two-way title fight has turned into a three-way brawl.