Apple has had a testy relationship with President Donald Trump so far. At one point, for instance, Trump asked his supporters to boycott Apple over the company's iPhone encryption stance.
But as Trump is set to take office, Apple also may stand to gain from some of his administration's fiscal policies. And Apple CEO Tim Cook, who hosted a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton during the campaign, has signalled he plans to have a dialogue with the administration. After attending the so-called tech summit with Trump in December, Cook reportedly told employees, "Personally, I’ve never found being on the sideline a successful place to be."
In the following slides, we've got details on the five issues where Apple could be most affected by the incoming Trump administration.