Morgan Stanley is trimming its forecast for iPhone shipments by 3 million amid slower production in China due to its zero-COVID policies.
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Apple Inc plans to allow users to more tightly lock down photos and notes stored on its iCloud service and require a physical security key when logging in from a new device, it said on Wednesday. The forthcoming options, along with another security measure for Apple's iMessage chat program, are particularly aimed at celebrities, journalists, activists, politicians and other high-profile individuals heavily targeted by hackers, the company said. U.S. users will be able to activate the free Advanced Data Protection for iCloud storage by the end of the year.