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Monday May 13, 2019. 02:29 PM
“A Chinese-Taiwanese group is delaying an up to 80 billion yen ($729.33 million) investment planned as part of a rescue deal for Apple Inc supplier Japan Display as it wants to reassess the target’s prospects, the Japanese firm said,” Makiko Yamazaki reports for Reuters....
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Sunday May 12, 2019. 10:06 PM
“Apple has portrayed News+ as an effort to save journalism,” Daniel Eran Dilger writes for AppleInsider. “Lauren Kern, the editor-in-chief of Apple News, stated that the company is ‘committed to supporting quality journalism, and with Apple News+, we want to celebrate the...
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A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit from a Texas lawyer who claimed a widely-publicized security flaw in the FaceTime group video chat software on Apple Inc’s iPhones allowed someone to eavesdrop on a deposition, according to Reuters. U.S. District Judge Lee Rosenthal...
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“Apple fans in Washington, D.C. were treated to an exciting Saturday morning at Mount Vernon Square,” Michael Steeber reports for 9to5Mac. “Crowds, cameras, and special guests gathered to celebrate the grand opening of Apple Carnegie Library, the most ambitious store project...
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Saturday May 11, 2019. 07:52 PM
“Apple Mail vs G Suite webmail is a discussion I’ve had with many other IT directors at different schools over the past few years. Some Apple schools focus everyone on using Mail.app since it’s built it, updated with macOS, and creates a similar experience on iOS,”...
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“Apple has shared a pair of new iPhone ads this week, with one touting the iPhone XR’s battery life and the other focusing on privacy,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “The new privacy ad is a continuation of Apple’s relatable ‘Privacy on iPhone’ video series.” “In...
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Macotakara is reporting that Apple’s iPhone XR successor due later this year will come in 6 colors, two of which will be replaced. Green and Lavender will replace the current Coral and Blue, and ship alongside the current 4 colors, White, Black, Yellow and (PRODUCT)RED colors...
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Friday May 10, 2019. 11:44 PM
“It is widely expected that the upcoming $325B in tariffs on goods imported from China will impact Apple products. We have a different view,” Gene Munster and Will Thompson write for Loup Ventures. “We believe that little is known about the specifics and that ultimately...
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“A new documentary called Before Macintosh: The Apple Lisa promises to tell the story of one of Apple’s most important flops,” Luke Dormehl writes for Cult of Mac. “Directed by computer historian (and Apple collector) David Greelish, the movie will feature interviews with...
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“My wife and I have a mix of Amazon Echo and Google Home speakers in our house. The obvious choice for a music-streaming service seemed to be Spotify since it works on both platforms. Or at least it seemed that way until we ran into the baffling and user-hostile way Spotify...
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“Apple shares have slid steadily amid tumultuous U.S. trade negotiations with China, as investors fear CEO Tim Cook’s warning earlier this year about iPhone sales in China may yet come true,” Michael Sheetz reports for CNBC. “Cook warned in January that a weakening economy...
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“Beats just released a new truly wireless model called Powerbeats Pro, and they feel like a revelation,” Adam Clark Estes writes for Gizmodo. “I can’t believe how much I like these earbuds and want to wear them and don’t even feel embarrassed when I do.” “The $250...
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“The way we work is changing,” Fatima Wahab writes for AddictiveTips. “The typical office space has now expanded beyond just four walls and tight-knit teams.” “Remote work, as as well as remote teams, are growing as technology allows employees to work from anywhere and still...
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“Depending on who you ask, Apple’s $159 wireless AirPods are either straight up amazing or the cheery manifestation of societal rot,” Jack Morse writes for Mashable. “One fact, however, is undeniable: People keep dropping these things onto subway tracks.” “According to BART...
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“Investors were running from stocks Friday, and particularly those most exposed to increased tariffs on China. Apple was no exception,” Jacob Sonenshine writes for TheStreet. “But fears that Apple’s revenue will get hit hard from Donald Trump’s policy may be overdone for...
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“Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. has started production of a new chip for Apple Inc.’s next line of iPhones launching later this year, according to people familiar with the matter,” Mark Gurman and Debby Wu report for Bloomberg. “The processor, dubbed A13, went into...
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“‘Make memories’: That’s the slogan on the website for the photo storage app Ever, accompanied by a cursive logo and an example album titled ‘Weekend with Grandpa,'” Olivia Solon and Cyrus Farivar report for NBC News. “Everything about Ever’s branding is warm and fuzzy,...
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“A rumor from iPhonesoft.fr out today suggests that iOS 13 will cut off several generations of iPhone,” Benjamin Mayo reports for 9to5Mac. “With iOS 12, Apple supported every device that could run iOS 11, boosting performance across all models all the way back to iPhone 5s.”...
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“The mysterious, rainbow-colored stage erected inside Apple Park bears all the hallmarks of the company’s meticulous design, according to an Apple document provided to Cult of Mac,” Lewis Wallace reports for Cult of Mac. “It’s the latest creation by Jony Ive’s team —...
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“U.S. President Donald Trump made good on a trade war deadline on Friday, increasing tariffs on some Chinese imports,” Roger Fingas reports for AppleInsider. “Goods already under a 10 percent tariff are now subject to 25 percent, according to BBC News,” Fingas reports....
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