The latest round of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on products and goods imported from China took effect on Sunday, affecting some of Apple’s most popular products.
The 15% increase on Chinese imports will affect Apple products such as watch Apple Watch and headphones, AirPods and device HomePod and some headphone models of Beats.
According to Bloomberg, computers will also be affected iMac from Apple and the necessary components for iPhone repair and the storage components, tariffs were introduced in the Federal Register days earlier on Friday.
The tariffs on iPhones will not be affected until December, as Apple is expected to introduce three new smartphone models of iPhone in September.
It is unclear whether Apple will absorb the tariff or transfer it to consumers, making affected products more expensive, and analysts at Morgan Stanley believe Apple is likely to absorb the tariffs, the company wrote in a report released in May.