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samedi 26 janvier 2019, 19:53
“Apple investors are braced for more bad news when the tech giant reports its latest results on Tuesday, with analysts warning that the abrupt drop-off in iPhone sales at the end of last year could continue throughout 2019,” Tim Bradshaw reports for Financial Times. “Shares...
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“Following a report last week that Apple’s chipmaking chief Johny Srouji was on Intel’s list of candidates for CEO, The Motley Fool‘s Ashraf Eassa says that Srouji has informed his team that he will be staying at Apple,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors. “Srouji spent over...
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vendredi 25 janvier 2019, 23:33
“Apple’s permeating iPhone upgrade promotion continues to gain momentum,” Michael Steeber reports for 9ot5Mac. “After extending the limited time offer in Japan yesterday, Apple has now revised its U.S. trade-in deal, offering customers a new attractive monthly payment...
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“Apple shares rose more than 3 percent on Friday, gaining enough ground to practically erase the losses that followed the company’s lowered revenue guidance three weeks ago,” Sara Salinas reports for CNBC. “The stock traded as high as $158.13, briefly topping the $157.92 clos...
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“Yesterday, Apple released the first beta of iOS 12.2 for developers,” Guilherme Rambo writes for 9to5Mac. “We noticed right away that this release included new features related to Apple’s new magazines subscription service.” “Today, we’ve been able to activate the...
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“Apple surprised announced its new HomeKit and AirPlay Smart TV initiative at CES earlier this month, with the first official compatible TVs launching in the spring,” Benjamin Mayo writes for 9to5Mac. “iOS 12.2 includes the necessary foundations to support these new...
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“At the risk of dating myself (actually, I’ll remove that risk — I’m 36), I remember when 3.5-inch floppy disks seemed cutting edge and an eight-megabyte video game seemed like a software behemoth,” Steven John writes for BusinessInsider. “I grew up using PCs — an Intel...
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“On Saturday, January 19, Apple dropped off its iPhone SE line at the clearance bin,” Lory Gil writes for iMore. “Sure, we all knew that was coming. Apple pulled the iPhone SE from store shelves officially in October 2018 after having been the budget model since March of...
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“The iPhone XR has been available for around three months now, and there are still many users reluctant to upgrade from their old iPhones,” Vadim Yuryev writes for AppleInsider. “AI compares the real-world differences between the iPhone XR and the iPhone 8 Plus, to see if...
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“Russian certification agency EEC has certified several new Apple iPad models,” Babu Mohan writes for MySmartPrice. “While the exact identity of the iPad models cannot be confirmed at this point, the certification suggests Apple may be planning to release new iPads soon.”...
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“A recent update of the WeChat app from Chinese tech juggernaut Tencent could have ‘serious ramifications’ for Apple, according to one analyst,” Eustance Huang reports for CNBC. “The WeChat update, which came out this week, involves a redesign in the way mini-programs —...
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“Apple has cut over 200 people from Project Titan, its famous bid to create a self-driving car, CNBC reported on Thursday,” Kif Leswing writes for Business Insider. “While this sounds like a huge number of people, it doesn’t mean Apple’s car ambitions are over nor does it...
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Nick Confessore, an investigative reporter who has written about social media and data privacy, has changed his tech habits after what he has learned. How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Nick Confessore, an...
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“Two of the three iPhones Apple launched in the fall of 2018, the pricier iPhone XS and XS Max, have displays that use organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology,” Ashraf Eassa writes for The Motley Fool. “The iPhone XR, the cheapest product in the company’s current...
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“The Los Angeles rail and bus transit system should allow iPhone-owning members of the public to use Apple Pay for fare payments before the year is out,” Tim Hardwick reports for MacRumors. “MacRumors can confirm that LA Metro, the transit agency that manages integration of...
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“With Intel and tech as a whole in mind, given the extraordinary semis rally yesterday, I thought it prudent to take a look at companies whose fortunes are so inextricably linked to one of the largest companies in the world,” Brad Olesen writes for Bloomberg. “You would...
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“Smartphone makers in India are calling for export credits on devices and tariff cuts on machinery imports as part of measures they say will make Asia’s third-biggest economy a global smartphone manufacturing hub,” Sankalp Phartiyal reports for Reuters. “The Indian...
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“Apple caused a bit of a stir in the artistic community this week when it announced a ‘Shot on iPhone Challenge’ that select works from ten iPhone photographers to plaster on marketing materials like billboards, all presumably without pay,” Mikey Campbell reports for...
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jeudi 24 janvier 2019, 23:30
“The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell to more than a 49-year low last week, but the drop likely overstates the health of the labor market as claims for several states including California were estimated,” Reuters reports. “Still, labor...
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“Though Apple’s iPhone franchise might be staring at a tough 2019, some recent reports give reasons to think its 2020 iPhones will be well-received,” Eric Jhonsa writes for TheStreet. “” “Earlier this week, in a report about a potential bailout for iPhone LCD panel supplier...
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