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Wednesday May 29, 2019. 04:31 PM
The new iPod touch features Group FaceTime and AR experiences, a first for iPod. “On Tuesday, Apple launched a new version of the iPod touch, the first refresh of the device in four years,” Stan Schroeder writes for Mashable. “At first, one might scoff at the device’s modest...
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“Following Apple’s shift to California-themed names for its Mac operating systems with OS X Mavericks back in 2013, Apple appeared to take steps to protect a number of other California-related names by filing for trademarks under a series of shell companies intended to mask...
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“It’s 3 a.m. Do you know what your iPhone is doing?” Geoffrey A. Fowler reports for The Washington Post. “Mine has been alarmingly busy. Even though the screen is off and I’m snoring, apps are beaming out lots of information about me to companies I’ve never heard of. Yo...
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“Apple has filed for a patent (number 10,306,289) for a ‘vehicle viewing system,'” Dennis Sellers reports for Apple World Today. “It involves a method that includes obtaining a video based on images detected with cameras mounted on a vehicle and displaying a portion of the...
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“The country’s largest, most used transit system is finally being dragged into the 21st century,” Daniel Howley reports for Yahoo Finance. “New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA), is adding tap-to-pay systems at a handful of subway stations in Manhattan and buses on...
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“What happens to AirPods when they get old and die?” Will Oremus writes for Medium. “Does the same seamless design that helped to make them iconic also make them an environmental abomination?” “It’s a question a growing number of critics are asking as the Bluetooth buds...
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Tuesday May 28, 2019. 11:32 PM
“As he’s the co-founder of Apple and the visionary behind some of the world’s leading personal computing innovations, few would question the late Steve Jobs’ expertise,” Karen Gilchrist reports for CNBC. “But it was a rather more common interpersonal skill that turned...
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“In 1976, you would have paid several hundred dollars for a brand-new Apple-1 computer, the first line of personal computers designed and hand-built by Apple founders Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs,” Tom Huddleston Jr. reports for CNBC. “But if you have an Apple-1 computer...
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“Temporarily using an iPhone 8 has provided a new perspective on the iPhone X series – and really underlined just how far Apple’s iPhone design process has come,” Ben Lovejoy writes for 9to5Mac. “So, in a couple of days of use, which of the differences has really stood...
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Apple’s Music Memos app for iOS“Apple’s Music Memos app has finally been updated with full-screen support for all of the latest iPhones a year and a half after the iPhone X was released,” Andrew O’Hara reports for AppleInsider. “Officially, the release notes describe the...
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Apple’s physical laser-etched titanium Apple Card coming summer 2019 “The sniping began shortly after Apple unveiled its new credit card with Goldman Sachs,” Hugh Son reports for CNBC. “Within the industry, the deal is widely perceived as one that’s risky for a bank to...
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“We’re less than a week away from WWDC, when Apple is expected to unveil the new versions of all its operating systems, including iOS 13,” Guilherme Rambo reports for 9to5Mac. “Today, we have screenshots from iOS 13, shared exclusively with 9to5Mac, that show some of its...
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“Four years after 3D Touch debuted on the iPhone 6s, the pressure-sensitive feature appears to be on the chopping block,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors. “Last week, in a research note shared with MacRumors, a team of Barclays analysts ‘confirmed’ that 3D Touch ‘will be...
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“U.S. companies counting on China for a major part of their growth have targets on their backs as Beijing and Washington ratchet up trade-war tensions,” Bruce Einhorn writes for Bloomberg. “President Trump’s decision to blacklist Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese maker...
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The new iPod touch features Group FaceTime and AR experiences, a first for iPod. “Apple on Tuesday announced a new iPod Touch, replacing the previous model that was introduced in 2015,” Todd Haselton reports for CNBC. “The new iPod touch starts at $199 and includes Apple’s...
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“Launched just a decade ago, Apple’s App Store transformed our interactions with computers, phones, and the internet and remade the world of software,” Bret Swanson writes for the American Enterprise Institute. “There are 1.5 billion iOS devices now in service and 1.8...
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“Citi has cut its forecast for Apple’s earnings, saying the U.S. trade war with China will further hurt iPhone sales in the second half of the year,” Michael Sheetz reports for CNBC. “‘The US/China trade situation will result in a slowdown of Apple iPhone demand in China...
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“In a huge room somewhere near Apple’s glistening new campus, highly advanced machines are heating, cooling, pushing, shocking and otherwise abusing chips,” Andrew Griffin reports for The Independent. “Those chips – the silicon that will power the iPhones and other Apple...
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“Everyone remembers those ‘Get a Mac’ commercials — the ones where John Hodgman’s buttoned-up PC and Justin Long‘s relaxed Mac trade passive-aggressive barbs in hilarious fashion,” Tyler Aquilina reports for Entertainment Weekly. “But apparently, some of those ads were...
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“We’re about a week away from Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, the second-biggest date on Apple’s calendar after the annual introduction of new iPhones in the fall,” Jason Snell writes for Tom’s Guide. “This year’s event promises to be the most consequential one in mor...
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