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Archives: September 2015

  1. Apple takes a swing at privacy-tampling, personal data-guzzling rivals like Google

    On numerous occasions over the past year Apple has highlighted key differences between Google and itself when it comes to privacy…

  2. Macworld reviews OS X El Capitan: Solid as a rock

    El Capitan, named after the large granite rock formation inside Yosemite National Park, is very much a refined version of OS X Yosemite…

  3. Netflix capitulates to Apple; in-app subscription now available

    Available to download on the App Store since the latter half of 2010, Netflix…

  4. Pixar development team tests iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, finds palm-rejection to be perfect

    Michael B. Johnson, who heads the Pixar team that develops the tools used to create its animated movies…

  5. Ars Technica reviews Apple’s OS X El Capitan: Focuses on polish rather than pizzazz

    Almost all of El Capitan’s updates are aimed at detail-oriented power users who are intimately familiar with the platform and its apps…

  6. Prepare your Mac for OS X 10.11 El Capitan

    Before you upgrade to El Capitan, it helps to perform a few tasks first…

  7. Apple to release OS X El Capitan on Wednesday, September 30th

    Apple today announced that OS X El Capitan, the latest major release of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, will be available on Wednesday, September 30 as a free update for Mac users….

  8. Apple reinvents the privacy policy

    Apple has amplified a well-aligned stance on user data being owned by the user to global proportions, taking a very public stance whenever possible…

  9. Why AAPL stock didn’t rise on record iPhone sales

    With Apple having announced all-time record iPhone sales, you might have expected analysts and investors to be impressed, but you’d be wrong…

  10. Apple selling targeted ads, but their new privacy policies shows they think different about tracking

    Protecting the privacy and security of your information is a priority for everyone at Apple…

  11. Only fools underestimate Apple’s iPad Pro

    Apple’s iPad Pro is the future of personal computing…

  12. Sterne Agee initiates Apple at ‘Buy’ with $150 price target

    We estimate still less than 50% of the iPhone installed base will have upgraded to larger than 4-inch screens exiting CY15, leaving more runway for iPhones to still grow…

  13. LVMH’s Jean-Claude Biver sees tougher 2016 for Swiss watch industry

    The introduction of Apple Inc.’s smartwatch, combined with a surge in the Swiss franc and China’s slowing economy…

  14. L.A. Unified to get $6.4 million in settlement over iPad software

    The Los Angeles Unified School District has reached a tentative $6.4-million settlement…

  15. How to cancel your Apple Music subscription

    To turn off Apple Music’s automoatic renewal…

  16. MAME emulator shown running smoothly on new Apple TV

    A tvOS version of the MAME emulator is demonstrated on the fourth-generation Apple TV…

  17. iOS 9 compass/gyroscope bug reportedly affects iPhone 6s augmented reality apps

    Augmented reality titles relying on data generated by iPhone’s digital compass, three-axis gyroscope and accelerometer are seeing problems…

  18. Even record iPhone 6s/Plus sales can’t save Apple

    Apple did it! It sold 13 million new iPhones in the first weekend – beating expectations…

  19. TSMC set to oust Samsung for future Apple chip fabrication

    Despite a late start in TSMC’s 16 nm FinFET process, TSMC appears to have captured…

  20. Apple’s largest individual shareholder, Carl Icahn, endorses Donald Trump for U.S. President

    In a video and interview publishing Tuesday, Carl Icahn shares Donald Trump’s criticism of the U.S.’s failure to…

  21. As new iPhone 6s/Plus set new all-time smartphone sales record, Apple shares decline

    For Apple, iPhone 6S sounds like success, but investors appeared unimpressed…

  22. Apple buys 11 map startups, but still trails Google Maps

    HopStop users are mourning the demise of the go-to transit app. Apple bought HopStop in 2013…

  23. Apple’s iPhone juggernaut continues with record-breaking sales while Android peddlers fight over scraps

    As a whole, Android sells far more devices. The vast majority of those devices are typically…

  24. AnandTech: iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus preliminary results

    Apple has effectively taken their Macbook SSD controller and adapted it for use in a smartphone…

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