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Wednesday June 19, 2019. 03:25 PM
Benjamin Mayo for 9to5Mac: iOS 13 beta 2 dropped last night with the usual bevy of changes. tvOS has had several surprises, including the addition of Picture-in-Picture video for the TV app. There’s also a new feature that requires iOS 13 and tvOS 13: Wireless Audio Sync. ...
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William Gallagher for AppleInsider: A team of between 30 and 40 people at Apple is surveying the company’s major suppliers about the cost implications of moving production out of China. Nikkei reports that several major suppliers have confirmed that Apple has asked them to...
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Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, today announced the winners of its annual Employees’ Choice Awards, honoring the Top CEOs in 2019 across North America and parts of Europe. Unlike any other workplace award, the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice ...
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Noel Randewich for Reuters: Wall Street surged on Tuesday and the S&P 500 approached a record high after Washington rekindled trade talks with Beijing, boosting sentiment along with growing investor confidence that the Fed will cut interest rates this year. U.S. President...
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Apple’s Mac Pro’s lattice grill design: https://macdailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/190606_mac_pro_lattice.mp4 Stephen Hackett for 512 Pixels: In a recent episode of ATP, the guys spoke about a conversation that was overheard at WWDC between Tim Cook and Jony Ive...
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Tuesday June 18, 2019. 11:35 PM
David McLaughlin, Scott Moritz, and Nabila Ahmed for Bloomberg: Dish Network Corp. is in talks to pay at least $6 billion for assets that T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. are unloading to win regulatory approval for their merger, according to people familiar with the...
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Randy Nelson for Sensor Tower: The top 100 earning app publishers across Apple’s App Store and Google Play generated a combined average of $130.4 million in consumer spending globally during the first quarter of 2019, Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates reveal. The...
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Ben Lovejoy for 9to5Mac: The Federal Ministry of the Interior has announced that it will be possible to scan German ID cards with an iPhone running iOS 13. This follows earlier news that iPhones will be able to scan the NFC chips in Japanese ID cards and British passports....
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With watchSO 6, Apple’s App Store will be available right on your wrist. Roger Fingas for AppleInsider: Further signaling that the Apple Watch may become independent from iPhones later this year, current watchOS 6 betas appear to support direct OS updates — with one catch....
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Wong Wai Bor for The Associated Press: Attention is turning to a possible meeting of President Donald Trump with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at a summit in Japan later this month as the next step in the vexing trade standoff between the two biggest economies. The Chinese...
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Eric J. Savitz for Barrons: KeyBanc analyst Andy Hargreaves today repeated his Sector Weight rating on Apple stock, while trimming his estimates for both earnings and iPhone sales. He writes in a research note that checks with supply­ chain partners find that orders for...
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Benjamin Mayo for 9to5Mac: Audio sharing is a new feature in iOS 13 that lets you share the music you are listening to in your headphones with a friend, so you can both enjoy the same audio together. However, it does not work with all devices. Here’s what it is...
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David Murphy for Lifehacker: Apple recently released the second (developer) version of the iOS 13 beta. That means features plenty of bug fixes and new features. like sorting for your Notes checklists (to move completed items to the bottom), new Animoji stickers, a slider...
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Michael Steeber for 9to5Mac: Apple is evolving its in-store shopping experience with signage and display fixtures that remove ambiguity and encourage increased hands-on interaction with products. New designs that have been spotted in multiple locations reflect the changing...
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Ewdison Then for SlashGear: When Microsoft bought popular list app Wunderlist, there were fears that it would sunset the app and service just like it did with Sunrise Calendar. Microsoft didn’t leave these users hanging and did confirm the inevitable but not until it has...
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Varun Mishra for Counterpoint: Data from Counterpoint Research’s Market Monitor Service for Q1 2019, shows that Apple’s shipments fell 20% year-on-year in Q1 2019, resulting in an 8% YoY decline for the global premium segment [smartphones priced >$400. Pricing analysis...
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Via CNET: You already know your Apple Watch can do a lot. From monitoring your heart rate to sending “take a break” reminders, Apple Watch is arguably one of the best and most comprehensive health-tech devices on the market. But with the right apps, your wrist-borne...
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David Gewirtz for ZDNet: I have never, not once, been able to have an Apple Store round trip take less than four hours. And that’s on a good day. When my wife and I went to buy our iPhone 6s Pluses a few years ago, the trip took three hours on the road plus four hours in the...
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Apple is rolling out new Maps with richer details and better road coverage. Jason Cross for Macworld: Apple has a bad reputation with maps. Seven years ago, Apple replaced Google Maps with its own Apple Maps service in iOS 6, and the rollout was nothing short of disastrous. ...
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iOS 13 brings exciting new features to iPhones this fall. Juli Clover for MacRumors: Apple this morning released the second iOS 13 beta for developers, addressing bugs, introducing new bugs, and adding and refining iOS 13 features… Several features that were not functional...
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