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Feb 17, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 135.72 (N/A, +0%) | NASDAQ: 5838.58 (N/A, +0%)

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  1. Apple’s iTunes 12.5.5 fixes network access problem

    Just last Friday, I wrote about an annoying problem that had surfaced since the last iTunes update…

  2. Apple’s worldwide share of personal computers falls to five-year low

    Apple’s Mac share of personal computers worldwide fell to a five-year low in December…

  3. Yes, I just bought a ‘new’ Mac Pro (released on December 19, 2013 and never updated)

    I surely overpaid wildly for what I got, but I can be pretty confident it’ll give me about five years of…

  4. Attention, Tim Cook! Apple isn’t firing on all cylinders and you need to fix it

    They’ve chopped off the edges of the bell curve — and big chunks of their key users with them…

  5. No, Apple, do not simplify, get better

    Critics say both Mac Pro and Mac mini are already dead and won’t see a refresh in 2017…

  6. Rare video shows Steve Jobs warning Apple to focus less on profits and more on great products

    One of more prevalent narratives currently surrounding Apple is that the company has lost its innovative edge…

  7. Apple’s Mac division has ‘lost clout’ with Jony Ive and Apple design team

    Apple’s Mac team has ‘lost clout’ with the company’s industrial design group and software team…

  8. Marco Arment: Apple’s Mac Pro is ‘very likely dead’

    Apple chief executive Tim Cook [yesterday] addressed concerns about the state of Mac desktop hardware inside the company…

  9. How Tim Cook’s Apple alienated Mac loyalists

    To die-hard fans, Apple Inc.’s Macintosh sometimes seems like an afterthought these days…

  10. Apple’s not very good, really quite poor 2016

    As they drift off for their one- or two-day vacations shortly, will Apple’s senior executives be patting themselves on the back?

  11. Apple’s software has been anything but ‘magical’ lately

    There was a time when I could blindly update my Apple devices and trust that the update wouldn’t break it…

  12. How to change an Apple ID

    Your Apple ID is the user name you use to log into Apple’s App Store, iMessage and FaceTime services…

  13. Apple improves iCloud Music Library matching

    Having both services use the same matching method should improving matching and hopefully making your iTunes library less cloudy…

  14. Bernstein: Apple could be first to $1 trillion market value, propelled by services revenue – Cramer agrees

    With consumers paying a monthly fee for their devices and services…

  15. Apple updates iTunes with ‘simpler’ design that doesn’t really solve anything

    Apple knows that the iTunes interface is extremely confusing and needs work…

  16. Apple acknowledges iTunes Music deletion, preps fix

    We’re taking these reports seriously as we know how important music is to our customers…

  17. Why services may be the key to Apple’s comeback

    Apple’s post-earnings sell-off was no surprise. For the first time in 13 years, revenue contracted…

  18. Apple destroyed my will to collect music

    I decided enough was enough. I was going to figure out how to use iTunes and Apple Music if it killed me. It almost did…

  19. No, Apple Music doesn’t delete your music files – here’s how it works

    Neither Apple Music nor iCloud Music Library deletes music files…

  20. Apple execs defend software quality, but what’s their offensive game plan?

    Apple has a problem with its software and apps…

  21. Apple takes its eye off the ball: Why users are complaining about Apple’s software

    The last few weeks have seen an explosion of discontent with the quality of the core apps of Apple’s iPhones, iPads and Mac computers…

  22. Breaking down Apple’s software quality issues

    In the last couple of years, however, I’ve noticed a gradual degradation in the quality and reliability of Apple’s core apps…

  23. Walt Mossberg: Apple’s software needs work

    In the last couple of years, however, I’ve noticed a gradual degradation in the quality and reliability of Apple’s core iSO and OS X apps…

  24. Apple and the curse of the ‘edifice complex’

    It’s called the edifice complex, and it carries a curse: A high-flying company builds a beautiful new headquarters, then heartbreakingly loses altitude…

  25. The ‘monthification’ of Apple

    CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri took turns encouraging analysts to imagine how much money Apple customers may someday spend…

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