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Aug
04

Why Apple and other tech companies are fighting to keep devices hard to repair – The Verge


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Why Apple and other tech companies are fighting to keep devices hard to repair
The Verge
Apple is the largest company on Earth by market cap, and its success is derived from selling brand-new high-end smartphones consistently month after month. At the peak of its iPhone business, back in 2015, Apple sold a staggering 231.5 million …
Apple and Other Tech Companies Accused of 'Weakening' Green Electronics StandardsMac Rumors
Apple's greed is killing the planet (and screwing you, too)Mashable

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Aug
03

Why Apple Is Experiencing Another Growth Spurt – New York Times


New York Times

Why Apple Is Experiencing Another Growth Spurt
New York Times
On Wednesday, Apple's stock surged 5 percent to a record high of $157.14 after it reported surprisingly strong financial results. It is now worth $822 billion, more than any other company in the stock market. And that is before it releases a hotly

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Aug
02

Apple Has Good Sales News For Wall Street – NPR


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Apple Has Good Sales News For Wall Street
NPR
Apple put investors at ease Tuesday with its quarterly report. Wall Street was expecting a slowdown in iPhone 7 sales. Instead, sales of the iPhone 7 were up 1.6 percent year over year. Analysts thought that consumers would wait for the highly
Apple's China revenues fall 10% as analyst claims iPhone has 'gone out of fashion'CNBC
Apple Inc.'s iPhone Business Shows Solid ImprovementMotley Fool
iPad renaissance in schools and businesses boosts Apple resultsMarketWatch
Financial Times –Inc.com –Seeking Alpha –Apple Newsroom
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Aug
01

The next iPhone could make Apple’s Retina display even better – The Verge


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The next iPhone could make Apple's Retina display even better
The Verge
The next iPhone — the one with the bezel-less screen that leaked out in the HomePod code over the weekend — might be getting a massive jump in screen resolution in addition to the revamped design, according to a tweet from developer Steve …
How an iOS Developer Just Uncovered The Next iPhoneWIRED
Apple's next iPhone: facial-recognition and all-screen design, leaks suggestThe Guardian
Leak from inside Apple reveals iPhone 8 designNew York Post
Fortune –New York Magazine –Recode –Twitter
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Jul
31

Apple ‘pulls 60 VPNs from China App Store’ – BBC News


BBC News

Apple 'pulls 60 VPNs from China App Store'
BBC News
The creators of several Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have criticised Apple's decision to remove their products from its App Store in China. The BBC understands that as many as 60 VPNs were pulled over the weekend. Apple said it was legally required
Apple removes VPN apps in China as Beijing doubles down on censorshipCNBC
Apple issues statement regarding removal of unlicensed VPN apps in ChinaTechCrunch
Apple Removes Apps From China Store That Help Internet Users Evade CensorshipNew York Times
Financial Times –Patently Apple –NPR –ExpressVPN
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Jul
30

Apple Accused Of Removing Apps Used To Evade Censorship From Its China Store – NPR


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Apple Accused Of Removing Apps Used To Evade Censorship From Its China Store
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Updated at 5:56 p.m. ET. There are iPhone apps that make it possible to get around China's notorious Internet filters. And on Saturday, makers of those apps said Apple had removed their products from its App Store in China. It would be another sign of …
Apple Has Pulled Anti-Censorship Apps from China's App StoreFortune
Apple says it is removing VPN services from China App StoreReuters
Apple has removed VPN apps from China's App StoreThe Verge
New York Times –Sacramento Bee –Wall Street Journal (subscription) –ExpressVPN
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Jul
29

Apple paid Nokia $2 billion to escape fight over old patents – The Verge


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Apple paid Nokia $2 billion to escape fight over old patents
The Verge
Apple's latest patent spat with Nokia resulted in a $2 billion up-front payment from the iPhone maker, a colossal sum that seems to indicate Apple was eager to avoid a protracted and ugly dispute that could rival the one it had with Samsung. The new
Apple paid Nokia $2 billion as part of a patent lawsuit settlementTechCrunch
Apple Begins Paying $2 Billion in Cash to Nokia as Part of Lawsuit SettlementMac Rumors
Apple paid Nokia $2 billion cash to settle its patent dispute9to5Mac
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Jul
28

Apple is discontinuing the iPod Shuffle and Nano – CNBC


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Apple is discontinuing the iPod Shuffle and Nano
CNBC
Apple said on Thursday it is discontinuing the iPod Shuffle and Nano, marking the company's continuing commitment to its flagship iPhone product. Two models of the iPod Touch will still be available, Apple said, starting at $199 with double the
Apple confirms iPod nano and iPod shuffle have been discontinuedThe Verge
Apple kills off iPod Nano and Shuffle, marking the end of an eraThe Guardian
Apple is retiring the iPod nano, a tiny gadget that made a huge impactRecode
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Jul
27

Apple’s Silence Is Trump’s Win – Slate Magazine


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Apple's Silence Is Trump's Win
Slate Magazine
On Tuesday, President Trump crowed in a Wall Street Journal interview that Apple CEO Tim Cook had committed to build “three big plants, beautiful plants” in the United States. The claim played perfectly into Trump's protectionist, triumphalist economic …
Apple or Foxconn could be building factories in the US — or maybe notTechCrunch
Trump says Apple will build 'three big plants, beautiful plants' in the USThe Verge
Apple Isn't Building 3 Factories in the US, No Matter What Trump SaysNew York Magazine
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Jul
26

Trump says Apple will build ‘three big plants, beautiful plants’ in the US – The Verge


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Trump says Apple will build 'three big plants, beautiful plants' in the US
The Verge
President Trump says he's finally gotten somewhere in his years-long crusade to get Apple to build more products in the US. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal today, Trump said that Apple CEO Tim Cook called him and committed to build “three
Trump says Apple has plans to build 3 US factories; Apple doesn't commentLos Angeles Times
What Will Apple Build In Those '3 Big, Beautiful Plants'?Seeking Alpha
Apple CEO Promised to Build 3 'Big' Plants in US, Trump SaysFortune
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Jul
25

Qualcomm: Apple supporters are trying to misdirect regulators – CNET


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Qualcomm: Apple supporters are trying to misdirect regulators
CNET
As part of the filing, Qualcomm wants the ITC to ban the import of certain iPhones that don't use Qualcomm chips, as well as ban Apple from selling devices it has already brought into the US. That would include iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models running on AT
Qualcomm says tech group 'misdirecting' ITC, maintains complaint against Apple is over IPAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
As other tech companies voice support for Apple, Qualcomm says iPhone import ban wouldn't hurt competition9to5Mac
Qualcomm fires back against critics of its case against AppleBNN
Mac Rumors –Fortune –Motley Fool
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Jul
24

Apple iOS 10.3.3 Has A Great Secret Feature – Forbes


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Apple iOS 10.3.3 Has A Great Secret Feature
Forbes
Apple iOS 10.3.3 has problems but what appears to be an otherwise dull update on the surface, actually hides a crucial improvement (but bad news for older iPhones) if you delve deeper… 'Great Secret Features' and 'Nasty Surprises' are my regular
You Should Update Your Apple Devices Immediately to Fix a Major Security FlawFortune
Here's why you should update your Apple devices immediatelyEconomic Times
You don't need to close apps on your iPhoneBusiness Insider
Chicago Daily Herald
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Jul
23

Apple and other tech titans should tread carefully in China – Washington Post


Washington Post

Apple and other tech titans should tread carefully in China
Washington Post
The recent announcement that Apple has signed a contract for its first data center in China raises again both the promise and peril of the digital era. Apple is complying with a new Chinese law requiring companies to store users' data in the country