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Archives: December 2016

  1. Happy New Year!

    An eventful, important year is about to begin for Apple…

  2. How to use Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus Portrait mode to achieve best results

    The phenomenal success of Apple’s iPhone camera is due in no small part to its simple, reliable…

  3. Amazon’s Alexa mishears young boy using Echo Dot, tries to serve him porn

    New technology is never perfect…

  4. Nikkei: Apple to decrease iPhone production 10% in first quarter of 2017

    Apple will trim production of its iPhone family around 10% on the year in the first quarter of 2017…

  5. Unboxing LG’s 27-inch UltraFine 5K Display with Thunderbolt 3

    With the first preorders now arriving in the hands of customers…

  6. Apple’s MacBook Pro with Touch Bar ups the ante, but…

    For one of Apple’s most loved product lines, one that is so intimately linked to creative productivity…

  7. Three predictions for what Apple has in store for 2017

    Predictions are a tricky business. Suggesting that Apple’s port elimination trend…

  8. Dennis Sellers’ Mac and macOS predictions for 2017

    What of Apple’s Mac Pro and Mac mini?

  9. New York Times story a sign that Apple is subtly pushing back on the idea of U.S. manufacturing?

    Arguably more than any time in the past decade, the political pressure is on for Apple to bring back at least some of its manufacturing jobs from overseas…

  10. Last-minute spending surge lifts U.S. holiday shopping season; President-elect Donald Trump claims credit

    A jump in consumer spending in the final stretch of December significantly offset a slow start…

  11. Foxconn has 10 lights-out production lines, aims to fully automate entire factories

    Foxconn Electronics is automating production at its factories in China in three phases…

  12. Apple sued by parents who claim FaceTime caused 5-year-old daughter’s Christmas Eve death

    On Friday, James and Bethany Modisette formally sued Apple over the tragic death of their 5-year-old daughter Moriah…

  13. Apple’s smartest moves of 2016

    Apple pissed off a lot of people in 2016. In hindsight, some of Cupertino’s moves look clumsy, and others seem truly clueless…

  14. Early data suggest Apple once again notched very good Christmas sales

    Christmas may have come and gone, but there’s one more thing to unwrap: holiday data…

  15. How to use Levels adjustments in Apple’s Photos

    Photos for Mac sports some seriously advanced image editing controls in its Adjustments panel…

  16. HandBrake: The party is way, way over

    Now, if HandBrake could capture a Netflix stream, that would be something to write home about…

  17. Consumer Reports stands by its weird MacBook Pro battery test results

    The high-end numbers seemed hard to believe, hitting almost double the battery-life claimed by Apple…

  18. Some users of Apple AirPods seeing battery drain issues with charging case

    After the AirPods launched online and then arrived to the first set of customers earlier in December…

  19. NPD claims Samsung’s exploding phones did little to help Apple’s iPhone

    Despite the massive financial and reputational hit Samsung took in the second half of 2016 with the global recall…

  20. Apple doesn’t want India’s government to muddle iPhone’s look

    Apple is making serious moves to begin manufacturing some of its iPhones in India…

  21. Speed up your Mac via hidden prefs

    Tried and true, theses tips help to Mac your Mac snappier!

  22. How China built ‘iPhone City’ with billions in perks for Apple supplier Foxconn

    President-elect Donald J. Trump has vowed to bring down the full force of the government on American companies that move jobs overseas…

  23. Apple supplier Foxconn could be signaling U.S. expansion plans amid President-elect Trump’s ‘Made in America’ push

    Terry Gou, the founder of Apple supplier Foxconn, could be moving closer to defining his U.S. expansion strategy…

  24. T-Mobile rolls out update that bricks beleaguered Samsung’s exploding Galaxy phones; AT&T and Sprint are up next

    T-Mobile is the first major carrier to start ‘killing’ off the remaining Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones…

  25. I have little faith in Tim Cook; give Apple to Jeff Bezos and it would be a monster again

    I have little faith in Tim Cook. They say he’s a good operator, but he’s been shown to be a little gutless in his foresight as far as anything new…

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