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Apple: iPhone 11 off to "very, very good start"

Apple CEO Tim Cook introducing the iPhone 11 Pro
Apple CEO Tim Cook introducing the iPhone 11 Pro. Photo: Apple

Apple delivered a generally positive earnings report on Wednesday, with CEO Tim Cook telling Reuters that iPhone 11 sales are off to a "very, very good start."

Why it matters: The iPhone is the bulk of Apple's business and critical to driving demand for its other products.

Farewell, iTunes

The iTunes logo
Photo: Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images

iTunes is off to the big app farm in the sky, with the latest Mac update officially shuttering the program, AP reports.

The big picture: iTunes revolutionized the way users consume music, promoting the sales of songs at often 99¢ a piece and allowing individuals to easily organize playlists on their media devices. But as music subscription services like Spotify and Apple Music crept in, iTunes began to lose its following.