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mercredi 7 novembre 2018, 21:28
“Apple’s new iPad Pro sports several new features of note, including the most dramatic aesthetic redesign in years, Face ID, new Pencil features, and the very welcome move to USB-C,” Samuel Axon reports for Ars Technica. “But the star of the show is the new A12X system on a...
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“By 2009, Chris Hughson was fed up. The Portland area realtor was getting bombarded with spam texts and calls, as many as 10 a day, despite having his number on the Do Not Call Registry. He assumed his phone number had made it to some list, but he wasn’t sure what else he...
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“You might not know it, but one of the unsung heroes of the stock market so far this year had been Apple,” Danny Vena writes for The Motley Fool. “The iPhone maker was one of the few companies to buck the recent market rout, going into its earnings release up more than 31%...
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“It hasn’t been long since the launch of the iPad Pro and the early reviews are already indicating that the latest tablet from Apple could prove to be a performance beast in disguise,” Omar Sohail reports for wccftech. “Thanks to the new 7nm FinFET A12X Bionic chipset...
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“I wrote earlier that I was hoping the 2018 12.9-inch iPad Pro was going to prove to be, as Apple claimed, ‘the ultimate iPad,'” Ben Lovejoy reports for 9to5Mac. “All the joy of that huge screen in a form factor which didn’t prove too great a compromise when it came to...
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“Software engineer Samee Alam was ready to take the big leap and buy an iPhone in this week’s Diwali festival sales, but at the last minute he opted for cheaper Chinese competitor OnePlus instead,” Reuters reports. MacDailyNews Take: His loss. “In a country where the...
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“People are holding on to their phones for longer. That’s a big headache for Samsung Electronics,” Jacky Wong writes for The Wall Street Journal. “Sector leader Apple has managed to boost revenue despite stagnant unit sales in the past couple of years by raising prices,”...
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“We feel compelled to put devices into buckets,” Carolina Milanesi writes for Tech.pinions. “[But], those buckets might prevent us from looking beyond the hardware.” “For many PC users the mouse is a core part of the experience which means that because the iPad Pro does not...
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“If you’re deciding between the new iPhone XS and its cheaper, more colorful sibling, your choice ultimately comes down to the camera. The iPhone XS ($999) and iPhone XR ($749) share a lot of the same specs, but the XS has two lenses on the back, while the iPhone XR only has ...
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“Apple Inc is not in talks ‘at any level’ to settle its wide-ranging legal dispute with mobile chip maker Qualcomm Inc, according to a source familiar with the matter,” Reuters reports. “Early last year, Apple sued Qualcomm in federal court in San Diego, alleging that the...
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“U.S. stocks were on course to open higher on Wednesday after the midterm elections handed Democrats the House of Representatives and saw Republicans reinforce their control of the Senate in a widely expected outcome,” Reuters reports. “Futures for the three major Wall...
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mardi 6 novembre 2018, 23:01
“The role tech companies play in U.S. elections has been a topic of intense scrutiny since 2016,” Lauren Feiner reports for CNBC. “These are some of the ways that tech companies are trying to surface quality information to voters on Election Day.” “Google’s get-out-the-vote...
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“In 2011, Steven Yang’s laptop battery gave out. Searching online, he couldn’t find a new battery from a third-party supplier with good enough ratings. Instead, he was faced with paying an arm and a leg to buy a battery from the manufacturer,” Gautam Srikishan reports...
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“It’s annoying when you need to accept that people who really should verify the claims they make may sometimes choose to go ahead and tell the public lies, but this is what I think has happened with this story, because, despite all the B.S., you can in fact boot Linux on...
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“The next-gen of Apple AirPods, the premium truly wireless Bluetooth earphones have passed through the mandatory Bluetooth SIG certification. They may have already received the go-ahead from the certifying agency,” Alap Naik Desai reports for MySmartPrice. “Moreover, the new...
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“The elephant in the room at last week’s Apple event was Intel. Apple introduced two products based on Intel chips — the new MacBook Air and new Mac Mini — but barely mentioned the company’s name,” John Gruber writes for Daring Fireball. “The word ‘Intel’ appeared on...
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“After several years of silence on the Mac Mini front, fans of Apple’s diminutive desktop computing slab had given up hope of ever getting a replacement,” Lori Grunin writes for CNET. “But in the 2018 models, Apple’s delivered a great upgrade, with only one possible...
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“An accounting decision by [Apple’s] management this past quarter indicates where the company is heading,” Vishesh Raisinghani writes for Seeking Alpha. “Apple plans to halt publishing unit sales figures and average selling prices for iPhones, Macs and its other product...
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“watchOS 5.1.1 was pushed out [yesterday] following a spate of bricked Watches last week for some devices updating to watchOS 5.1,” Benjamin Mayo reports for 9to5Mac. “However, it looks like this update has also tipped the hat on a few upcoming goodies for Series 4 owners.”...
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“Most comment on Apple’s decision to stop reporting its unit sales figures has focused on the negative signal — the possible future decrease in year on year sales of Apple products,” Abhi Ramchandani writes in a letter to Financial Times. “However, it is essential to...
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