The new iPhone 13, 13 Pro, Watch Series 7, Fitness+, iPad, and iPad mini will be available in stores on September 24.
Some overseas signatories in particular are worried about the impact of the changes in nations with different legal systems, including some already hosting heated fights over encryption and privacy.
Apple software chief Craig Federighi said that the new tools do not make Apple's systems and devices less secure or confidential, adding "the technology is secure, and is expressly designed to preserve user privacy."
Most other major technology providers, including Google, Facebook and Microsoft Corp, are already checking images against a database of known child sexual abuse imagery.
The Canalys survey of second-quarter sales released Thursday showed worldwide smartphone sales up 12 percent, with South Korea's Samsung holding its top position with a 19 percent market share.
Countries representing most of the global GDP have agreed to a minimum 15 percent tax on multinationals but the deal falls short of addressing concerns of the developing nations.
The proposal aims to discourage multinationals from moving their profits to tax havens.
Under the new arrangement, South Korean giant Samsung will use Google's Wear OS for its upcoming Galaxy smartwatches instead of its own Tizen platform.
Epic Games, the maker of the popular video game Fortnite, will try to prove its contention that Apple has turned its app store into a weapon for shaking down smaller companies to boost its own already huge profits.
Global shares and Asian markets rally after Federal Reserve painted a rosy picture of the US economic outlook, repeating a pledge to stick to its guns with an ultra-low monetary policy.
Swedish music streaming giant routs Wall Street estimates for first-quarter revenue and paid subscribers, recording a net profit of $27.8M as revenue rose by 16 percent year-on-year to $2.6 billion.
Apple is appealing the ruling and said in a statement, "we respectfully disagree with the determination" of the Russian anti-monopoly service.
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