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Aug
17

Apple and Aetna met last week to talk about the Apple Watch—here’s what they discussed – CNBC


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Apple and Aetna met last week to talk about the Apple Watch—here's what they discussed
CNBC
Apple and Aetna held a series of meetings last week to discuss the next steps for the partnership. Mandi Bishop was one of the health influencers invited to the event. She says topics of discussion included data privacy, the cost of the watch, and ways

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Aug
16

Apple is reportedly investing $1 billion in original video content – The Verge


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Apple is reportedly investing $1 billion in original video content
The Verge
Apple will invest approximately $1 billion in acquiring and producing original TV shows over the next year, according to The Wall Street Journal. The investment could result in as many as 10 new shows, a source told the publication, with the iPhone
Apple Plans To Spend $1B For Video Content Over The Next Year: ReportDeadline
Apple is bringing a billion dollar checkbook to Hollywood and wants to buy 10 TV showsRecode
Apple is making a $1 billion bet on its next big businessBGR
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Aug
15

Apple Has a Surprising New Growth Engine – Fortune


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Apple Has a Surprising New Growth Engine
Fortune
The observant Apple analyst Toni Sacconaghi of Bernstein Research put out a pointed note Monday about Apple's growing services business. Two of his projections jumped out at me. The first was in his headline: He estimates that through licensing deals
Apple may be gambling its future growth by relying so much on GoogleQuartz
Google paying Apple BEEELLIONS to stay search top dog on iDevices, say analystsThe Register
Apple changed the Maps icon to show its new spaceship campusThe Verge
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Aug
14

Google is paying Apple billions per year to remain on the iPhone, Bernstein says – CNBC


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Google is paying Apple billions per year to remain on the iPhone, Bernstein says
CNBC
Google is paying Apple billions of dollars to remain the default search engine on iPhones and iPads, Bernstein said in a note to investors on Monday. The firm believes that Google will pay Apple about $3 billion this year, up from $1 billion just three
Google may have paid Apple $3 billion to remain the iPhone's default search engineBusiness Insider
China-based smartphone makers are being cautiousMotley Fool
Apple's New iPhone Possibly Leaked in These Foxconn VideosFortune
Forbes –Mac Rumors –TheStreet.com
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Aug
13

Microsoft Helps Apple Become The Most Valued US Company – Forbes


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Microsoft Helps Apple Become The Most Valued US Company
Forbes
This week's milestones in the history of technology include Microsoft's investment in Apple, the release of the first animated cartoon and Pixar's first film, the first machine in the U.S. computing at electronic speeds, and the bundling of Internet


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Aug
12

Apple makes 23 different dongles — and it would cost you $857 to buy them all – Business Insider


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Apple makes 23 different dongles — and it would cost you $857 to buy them all
Business Insider
The latest iPhone isn't the only Apple product that needs an array of dongles to become its most useful self. You need a dongle to connect your MacBook Air to an ethernet cable. You'll also need a dongle if you'd like a second screen for your computer

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Aug
11

Hey Apple, Here’s What Consumers Really Want From Their Smartphones – Barron’s


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Hey Apple, Here's What Consumers Really Want From Their Smartphones
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Moskowtiz warns that this means investor optimism around Apple's (AAPL) efforts to build an AR/VR ecosystem could be overdone, which he likes to the AI bandwagon for IBM (IBM) last year. He writes that there are also some mixed data points to the


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Aug
10

Apple Is Facing Antitrust Complaints From Developers in China – Fortune


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Apple Is Facing Antitrust Complaints From Developers in China
Fortune
A Chinese law firm has filed a complaint against Apple Inc on behalf of 28 local developers alleging the firm breached antitrust regulations. The complaint, lodged by Beijing-based Dare & Sure Law Firm, accuses Apple (aapl, +0.01%) of charging
Apple's App Store in China, Long a Moneymaker, Faces ScrutinyNew York Times
Chinese App Makers Sue Apple in Antitrust CaseInvestopedia
Chinese app developers reported Apple to antitrust regulators, alleging monopolistic behavior9to5Mac
Wall Street Journal (subscription) –Mac Rumors –AppleInsider (press release) (blog)
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Aug
09

New Apple Inc. iPhone 8 Launch Details Emerge – Motley Fool


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New Apple Inc. iPhone 8 Launch Details Emerge
Motley Fool
There's been a lot of chatter around just when Apple will launch these devices into the marketplace. Before the company's most recent earnings report, it was widely believed that Apple's new phones would be delayed a bit from when new iPhone models …
8 Apple Products I'd Rather Buy Than An iPhone 8Forbes
Most Suppliers in Apple's Supply Chain have Reported Strong July Sales in Ramp-up to the iPhone 8Patently Apple
The New iPhone May Not Come in Rose GoldFortune
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Aug
08

This Apple Inc. iPhone “Super Cycle” Could Have Staying Power – Motley Fool


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This Apple Inc. iPhone "Super Cycle" Could Have Staying Power
Motley Fool
When Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) introduced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus back in late 2014, it triggered what's now called a "super cycle." Essentially, the pace at which users within the iPhone installed base upgraded to Apple's freshest iPhone models …
Apple Now Has a Better Chance at Succeeding in IndiaMadison.com

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Aug
07

Big Apple Inc. iPhone 8 News Confirmed – Motley Fool


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Big Apple Inc. iPhone 8 News Confirmed
Motley Fool
About a month ago, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, whose track record in publishing details about upcoming Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) products is quite good, predicted that Apple's upcoming iPhone with OLED display wouldn't include an in-display …
How Apple could become a $1 trillion companyTechCrunch
Apple: About Those HomePod Firmware RevelationsSeeking Alpha
Apple is reportedly working to make the iPhone 8's face scanner work even on flat surfacesBusiness Insider
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Aug
06

How Apple could become a $1 trillion company | TechCrunch – TechCrunch


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Aug
05

Apple ‘working on non-iPhone Apple Watch’ – BBC News


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Apple 'working on non-iPhone Apple Watch'
BBC News
Apple is working on an Apple Watch that does not need to be paired to an iPhone, according to a report. Bloomberg reports that the new Watch will connect directly to LTE mobile networks. The company has begun talks with providers in the US and Europe …
The next Apple Watch reportedly won't need an iPhone for dataTechCrunch
The next Apple Watch will reportedly have LTE – The VergeThe Verge
The Next Apple Watch Will Have a Feature Runners Will LoveTIME
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