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mardi 18 juin 2019, 14:32
Sarah McBride and Ashlee Vance for Bloomberg Businessweek: Over the past few years, technology companies have been raiding universities to hire away [specialized animal researchers]. Apple, Facebook, Google, and Twitter all hired doctoral candidates from one of Mathis’s...
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Mark Linsangan for AppleInsider: The first beta of iOS 13 has been out for nearly two weeks so lets take a look at some hidden features you might’ve not known about. With the new Files app, you can also Zip, and unzip files directly from your iOS device without the need to...
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Via wire reports, a U.S. federal judge has declined Apple Inc’s request to disqualify principal lawyers Joseph Cotchett and Mark Molumphy at Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy from representing consumers as a sanction for improperly disclosing confidential documents in court. The...
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lundi 17 juin 2019, 23:25
tvOS 13 powers the easiest, most personalized and most complete entertainment experience on the biggest screen in the home. Benjamin Mayo for 9to5Mac: Although strangely not mentioned in Apple’s WWDC keynote, tvOS 13 beta 2 has a nice surprise: support for...
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Zac Hall for 9to5Mac: Beddit, the sleep tracking company that Apple bought two years ago, is launching a new beta program to allow customers to test and offer feedback on new features before release. The new Beddit Beta Program is free for participants who enroll, but there ...
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Jonny Evans for Computerworld: Ever since Apple introduced the Mac App Store developers have warned it plans to close off its platform, so news the company will insist on App Notarization in macOS Catalina set those critics off again. The thing is, it’s a little more...
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Karan Bajaj for The Economic Times: Apple gave a glimpse of its upcoming smartphone OS at its annual developer conference (WWDC). ET Wealth lists out some of the best features, which could be a big boon for iPhone users. 1. Dark Mode 2. Sign-in with Apple 3. Overhauled...
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Alex Blake for Digital Trends: Apple no longer innovates.” It’s a line we’ve been hearing from naysayers EVER since Tim Cook took over the reigns from Steve Jobs… Apple does innovate, of course, and the latest MacBook Pro models — with monstrous eight-core i9...
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Malcolm Owen for AppleInsider: Investor concerns about Apple’s fortunes in China are “somewhat overblown,” analysts from JP Morgan suggest, with shareholders also accused of failing to see the potential revenue generation of Apple’s Services arm. JPMorgan is lowering its...
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Following is the prepared text of the address by Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, for delivery at Stanford’s 128th Commencement on June 16, 2019. Good morning, Class of 2019! Thank you, President Tessier-Lavigne, for that generous introduction. I’ll do my best to earn it. Before ...
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Apple’s MacBook with 12-inch Retina display Aaron Brown for T3: Apple is about to give a lick of paint to a number of its most popular notebooks, including an update to the redesigned MacBook Air announced last year. The revelation that upgraded Mac notebooks are in the...
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Jason Hiner reports for CNET: There’s plenty to like about Apple AirPods: No wires to get tangled, automatic pairing with Apple devices, good battery life and solid audio performance. But there are two things not to like. There’s the premium price tag and the fact that they...
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Alexandra Steigrad for The New York Post: Apple has been busy with a new project: financing six small-budget movies a year with an eye toward stories that could win Academy Awards, sources have told The Post. Hollywood sources say the tech giant has been approaching...
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Malcolm Owen for AppleInsider: Game publisher Aspyr is ceasing sale of its 32-bit Mac game catalog on Tuesday, with Monday being the last day the company is offering the titles for purchase, citing Apple’s shift of macOS to 64-bit and end of support for 32-bit as the reason...
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Malcolm Owen for AppleInsider: Game publisher Aspyr is ceasing sale of its 32-bit Mac game catalog on Tuesday, with Monday being the last day the company is offering the titles for purchase, citing Apple’s shift of macOS to 64-bit and end of support for 32-bit as the reason...
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Chris Hauk for Mactrast: Israeli forensics company Cellebrite – which has gained a reputation for unlocking mobile devices like the iPhone to obtain personal data without the passcode or biometrics – claims it can now unlock any iOS device running up to iOS 12.3. The...
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Allyson Chiu for The Washington Post: As the car carrying Catrina Cramer Alexander and her family navigated the dark two-lane road that snaked through the dense forests near Pilot Mountain in North Carolina, the mother’s eyes were glued to her iPhone screen. It was late...
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Emily Crane for The Daily Mail: A woman on a Southwest Airlines flight says a stranger bombarded her with nude and explicit photos right before take off using the iPhone AirDrop feature. Kat Pitman said she had boarded Southwest Flight 1388 in Chicago on Friday morning en...
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Customers and Apple team members celebrate the opening of Apple Xinyi A13 in Taipei. Apple opened Apple Xinyi A13 in Taiwan today, welcoming thousands of customers in the bustling Xinyi district of Taipei. Thousands of customers queue outside of Apple Xinyi A13 in the heart...
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: Apple plans to release three new iPhones in the second half of 2020, including high-end 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch models with OLED displays and a lower-end 6.1-inch model with an OLED display, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Those display sizes line up with a DigiTimes...
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