Apple warns about price rises, Infowars banned from App Store
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Apple has warned US tariffs could make its product more expensive.
In relation to the Trump administration, Apple warned post tariffs against Chinese made product could make everything from the Apple watch to earpods and even its printed circuit boards more expensive.
Apple also argued tariffs could be worse for the US than China.
Saying all tariffs ultimately show up as a tax on US consumers.
Alex Jones is facing another set back after Apple permanently banned the Info Wars app from its App Store.
Apple pulled the Infowars app late on Friday, telling The New York Times the app violated policies prohibiting content that is offensive, insensitive, upsetting, intended to disgust, or in exceptionally poor taste.
The removal [UNKNOWN], who has now been banned by Twitter, Facebook, Spotify, and iTunes.
Infowars and Apple did not respond to request for comment.
And finally Tesla's share price has dived after a big wake which saw CEO Elon Musk smoking marijuana live on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast on Friday, just days after Chief Accounting Officer Dave Morton confirmed his departure after one month at the company.
Tesla confirmed Head of Human Resources, Gabrielle Toledano, would not return from a leave of absense.
By Friday's close, Tesla's stock had lost 11 percent in the week's trading.
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