Apple devices can fall under new US tariffs on products manufactured in China, which, in turn, can lead to higher prices for company products, the Financial Times reported. Smart watches, speakers and headphones, representing the fastest growing sector of Apple products, can be on the list of restrictions. To compensate for the costs of possible restrictions, Apple can raise prices for other products, including iPhone and Mac. The publication says that smart devices from Apple competitors such as Amazon's Echo, Google Home, Sonos and Fitbit can also fall for new tariffs.
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