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Thursday April 24

10:54
Hands-on: Logitech Hinge and Turnaround cases for...

On Tuesday Logitech announced several new iPad cases. Here at MacNN we were given a chance to try two of them, the Hinge and the Turnaround, both in versions for the iPad Air. Since they're relatively straightforward cases, we thought we'd give them a simple-hands-on rather than full reviews....



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10:05
Apple tops 2014 JD Power rankings for smartphone...

Apple has topped a 2014 JD Power ranking of customer satisfaction among US smartphone owners. Each smartphone maker is scored according to metrics for performance, physical design, features, and ease of use, and relative to each of the four major US carriers: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Apple is in first place with all four carriers, but trailed closely by Samsung....



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10:04
Trademark filings might show future OS X names:...

Following the introduction of OS X Mavericks and Apple’s new naming scheme inspired by locations in California, there has been much speculation about which famous California destination might be the name of future releases. Today, French blog Consomac has discovered trademark filings for other California locations that appear to be linked to Apple.

The site found trademarks for Yosemite, Redwood, Mammoth, California, Big Sur, and Pacific, all of which are registered by one of two shell companies, Yosemite Research LLC and Coast Research LLC. While that wouldn’t normally be enough evidence to assume Apple is behind the filings, the site also found the trademarks include protection for operating systems and connections to Apple through the lawyers that filed the...

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09:30
Introducing Play It On A Mac

I'm a gamer who doesn't like compromises. I have a gaming PC that runs Windows, but I also have a few Macs around my house as well, and the fact that most PC games found on Steam are Windows-exclusive is a huge bummer. Play it on a Mac is a new...

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09:00
Facebook buys out Moves fitness app for iOS and...

Facebook has bought out Finnish firm ProtoGeo Oy and its signature product, Moves, a health and fitness tracking app for iOS and Android. ProtoGeo says it will start contributing to Facebook's own services in an unspecified capacity. Moves will continue to exist as a standalone app though, and ProtoGeo adds that there are "no plans to change that or commingle data with Facebook."...



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09:00
This Week in iOS Apps: Unlimited coffee!

Unlimited coffee!

This week’s roundup of apps includes ways to buy coffee, plant your garden, plan your tasks, and call a cab. Oh, and everybody’s favorite web-slinger makes an appearance, too.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

This is one of those apps that kind of sells itself: The $5 Amazing Spider-Man 2 for iPhone and iPad features the latest adventures of everybody’s favorite web-slinger. The game, though, goes beyond the story of the new film and includes new characters like Black Cat and Screwball. (You’ll also take on six “legendary villains” from the Marvel universe.) Best of all? You can pretend to be Spider-Man without risking an actual broken limb.

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09:00
Tim Cook says Apple is "on the prowl";...

During Apple's earnings conference call yesterday, an analyst pointed out that companies like Google and Amazon are increasingly diversifying their business while Apple doesn't seem to be following suit. The analyst subsequently asked about Apple's...

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08:52
Brand minimalism

Visitors to Chicago’s Renaissance Society in the winter of 1980 encountered a concise exhibition with a provocative thesis. “Objects and Logotypes: Relationships Between Minimalist Art and Corporate Design” was a polemical juxtaposition of two strands of postwar American culture that, at first blush, could hardly seem more opposed.

Great read.

[Via Khol Vinh]

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08:42
The 10 Commandments of Typography

Certainly a good starting place.

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08:34
Facebook buys 'Move' fitness tracking app...

Yet another Silicon Valley power entered the "quantified self" race on Thursday when Facebook acquired the developers behind Moves, an iPhone app that allows users to create an "activity diary" by automatically recording walking, cycling, and running.



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08:31
Apps: Arq, World Clock Deluxe, Screens
08:10
Rumor Claims New MacBook Air Models Only Days Away

The MacBook Air may be see a refresh next week, according to unnamed insider sources. The last time the MacBook Air line saw an update was about 10 months ago, which does make the thin laptop line ripe for a change.

The Mac Observer Spin: It's about time for a MacBook Air refresh, and there isn't any obvious reason why Apple shouldn't roll out new models next week. That said, nothing has been confirmed, so reports that they're on the way have to be considered as rumors for now.


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08:00
RunKeeper for iOS adds 'Goal Coach' for...

Popular iPhone fitness application RunKeeper saw a significant update on Thursday with the addition of "Goal Coach," a new free feature that allows users to set achievable but challenging goals as they train.



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08:00
Mac 101: Use this tip to easily map a contact's...

Traveling to a friend's new house and not exactly sure how to get there? if their new address is in your Contacts, then you can quickly and easily pull up a map to see where they live. Once you have Maps open, driving directions are just few clicks...

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07:34
Google agreed to pay some of Samsung’s legal fees

This is very interesting. AppleInsider has some details from a number of sites—definitely worth a read.

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07:32
Apple tops J.D. Power’s 2014 survey in smartphone...

J.D. Power, which previously awarded the iPhone highest in consumer satisfaction for smartphones eight years in a row, today released a report that puts Apple on top for customer satisfaction by carrier. While measure four key metrics— performance, physical design, features, and ease of operation— across the four major carriers, J.D. Power found Apple and the iPhone’s overall score ranked #1 for Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. However, in most cases, it’s only beating Samsung by a small margin.

The report also shared some stats on overall satisfaction for carriers and the most requested features for new devices from consumers:...

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07:30
7-for-1 AAPL split to encourage smaller investors,...

It wasn’t just Apple’s earnings and iPhone sales that took people by surprise yesterday: the company also announced a 7-to-1 stock split.

A stock split is where a company divides one expensive share into two or more cheaper shares. In theory, there’s no benefit to this: it’s just like splitting a $100 bill into two $50 bills. You end up with the same amount of money and the same share of the wealth. But in practice, a lower share price tends to encourage investment, partly because it allows smaller investments and partly because stock splits tend to signal that a share price is likely to continue to increase.

Most stock splits are 2-to-1, sometimes 3-to-1. A 7-to-one split is highly unusual, and in yesterday’s earnings call, Tim Cook explained the...

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07:30
Tidbits you might have missed from Apple's...

While the big focus of Apple's Q2 earnings call was the stock split and dividend increase, a number of other interesting tidbits were announced during the call. A few of them, culled from our liveblog of the call, include:

More than 20 million...

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07:26
Facebook revenue grows 72 percent

Facebook said that mobile ads represented 59 percent of its ad revenue in the first quarter, up from 30 percent in the year-ago period. Facebook’s overall revenue grew 72 percent year-on-year to $2.5 billion in the first quarter, above the $2.36 billion expected by analysts polled by Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

“They’ve got the right products for what advertisers are looking for and that’s manifesting itself in the results you’re seeing,” said JMP Securities analyst Ronald Josey.

Remember, you are the product being sold.

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07:25
Cook: New products ‘closer,’ mobile payments ‘really...

Apple CEO Tim Cook again hinted at upcoming new products without revealing anything concrete in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. He said the company’s strong fiscal quarter might silence critics, while adding, “Maybe it will take some new products.” In the interview, Cook again stressed the importance…

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07:21
Analyst: Apple Needs to Choose iPhone Margins or...

Apple reported selling 43.7 million iPhones during its second fiscal quarter for 2014, beating analyst estimates and showing better margins in the process. Despite that good news, Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um sees a time coming where Apple will have to choose between maintaining high device margins, or driving unit sales.

The Mac Observer Spin: There isn't anything stopping Apple from selling iPhones at a higher price point, and that's possible if the next new model ships with a larger display. That doesn't mean Apple will stop selling iPhones at current prices, and it doesn't necessarily mean iPhone sales will suffer. If Apple wants to keep its high margins on iPhone sales, and can't keep component costs low, it'll have to raise prices across the board, and that's the part that could impact sales.

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07:19
Facebook buys fitness app Moves as health race heats...


There’s certainly no shortage of buzz around health tracking and fitness-related products and software these days, and Facebook is making sure it its not going to be left out of the race (there’s also no shortage of Facebook acquisitions).

Finnish company ProtoGeo Oy, the developers behind the iPhone and Android fitness app Moves (seen above), has been acquired by Facebook as it...

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07:18
New MacBook Airs could debut as soon as next week,...

Apple could be planning to update the MacBook Air as soon as next week, according to sources for French site MacGeneration. This includes refreshes of both the 11- and 13-inch lineups. It's unclear which processors they might use; lower-end models could use recent options like the 1.4 GHz i5-4260U, 1.4 GHz i5-4350U, or 1.5 GHz i5-4360U, but Intel hasn't announced a replacement for the i7-4650U used in more expensive Airs....



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07:12
J.D. Power ranks iPhone No. 1 for customer...

It would be great to win best in customer satisfaction at one or two carrier, but all four is beyond impressive.

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07:09
The Incredible Shrinking Technology


We are constantly moving. From a morning meeting to a lunch date to an afternoon conference call, we are always on the go and so are our technology devices. They are with us every step of the way, acting as our personal assistants, communicators and life-savers. We are progressing closer to a world where HUVr boards aren't a hoax and technology no longer fits in the palm of your hand but on a node in your brain. We are shifting from using static, desktop devices to portable devices in order to accommodate our lightspeed lifestyle.

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07:00
The Week in iOS Accessories: Wireless wonders

Wireless wonders

This week's round up of new accessories for your iPhone and iPad is flush with wireless functionality, including everything from speakers to alarms to utilizing Siri in a brand-new way.

Adesso

The $80 Campagno Air Blueooth 3.0 Scissor-Switch Keyboard & Folio “includes a standard 64-key layout with iPad and Multimedia Hotkeys to easily access iPad shortcuts with one touch.” It weighs 1.3 pounds, and offers up to 100 hours of continuous use on a single charge of its battery.

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07:00
Rumor Roundup: Another unannounced Apple product...

Apple trademark update suggests company may enter jewelry business, hinting at rumored 'iWatch' (AppleInsider)

Apple first applied for the iWatch trademark last year. Then, as now, this trademark application is not proof that Apple intends to launch...

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06:58
Cook says new products ‘closer than it’s ever been...

In Cook’s latest interview with The Wall Street Journal, the Apple CEO largely reiterates his comments about the company’s values and the product creation process but also expanded on his opinion of mobile payments.

Cook said that their strong results should qualm some of the recent anti-Apple chatter. However, he added that it will likely take the addition of some new products to change people’s minds…

As you might expect, Cook repeated his comments about new product categories without being the least bit specific.

Cook echoed...

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06:36
Poll: If the rumors are true, will you buy the 4.7-...

With it seeming increasingly likely that Apple plans to launch two versions of the iPhone 6, one with a 4.7-inch screen, the other with a larger 5.5-inch display, which one will you buy?

Last time we ran a poll, we didn’t know what sizes were on the cards, so simply asked you to choose from a range of sizes. At that point, most of you opted for something in the 4.6-5 inch range, with only 7 percent wanting something larger than five inches.

Now that the likely sizes seem more certain, and you’ve had a chance to...

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06:30
Opera’s Coast browser adds iPhone support, adds...

Opera first launched Coast back in September 2013, on the iPad. Although it didn’t make a huge impression on the App Store first time around, Opera is probably hoping its new version will be more popular.

The app has been fully reworked for the iPhone size. There are hardly any buttons onscreen; the app relies almost exclusively on gesture-based navigation.

For both iPhone and iPad, the developers have also added a new recommendations section called ‘Stuff we like’. It’s basically a collection of bookmarks for popular sites — which may help some users find some “interesting sites to waste time on”.

Importantly, this update also adds iCloud syncing of...

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06:23
Wall Street impressed by Apple's surprise...

Apple's second-quarter earnings report was packed with surprises that delighted investors on Wall Street, prompting some analysts to respond by raising their price targets for the iPhone maker's stock.



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06:21
AAPL Jumps $44 in Pre-market Trading after Strong Q2...

Apple's shares shot up over US$40 in after hours trading following the company's strong second quarter earnings report on Wednesday, and continued to climb over night. Shares were up 8.53 percent in Thursday morning's pre-market trading, which didn't fit with the price drop Apple's shares often see after an earnings report.


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06:19
How ACH works (that thing where your employer...

I’m a big fan of clear explanations, especially when they involve a complex process. This is a clear explanation of ACH, or Automated Clearing House.

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06:15
Prong debuts Prong PWR Case for iPhone 5/5s

Prong has introduced its Prong PWR Case ($80), a new iPhone 5/5s case with an integrated wall plug and detachable backup battery. The detachable battery charges using the integrated plug, while the iPhone remains separate in its own protective bumper. As in Prong’s PocketPlug iPhone 5 Case +…

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06:00
Daily App: Dance Machine turns your videos into...

Dance Machine-The Fun Editor is a new app that lets you take a video clip and turn it into a dance video in just a few minutes. The app falls into photo & video category, but when you pair the right video with some upbeat music, there is a healthy...

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05:52
Game of Phones

A kickstarter based on a deck of custom cards and a group of friends with smartphones. Great idea.

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05:49
Amazon and HBO ink exclusive content deal for Amazon...

This is a big deal for Amazon and a bit of bad news for Netflix.

Amazon.com, Inc. today announced a content licensing agreement with HBO, making Prime Instant Video the exclusive online-only subscription home for select HBO programming. The collection includes award-winning shows such as The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, The Wire, Big Love, Deadwood, Eastbound & Down, Family Tree, Enlightened, Treme, early seasons of Boardwalk Empire and True Blood, as well as mini-series like Band of Brothers, John Adams and more. Previous seasons of other HBO shows, such as Girls, The Newsroom and Veep will become available over the course of the multi-year agreement, approximately three years after airing on HBO. The first wave of content will arrive on Prime Instant Video May 21. This is the first time that HBO programming has been licensed to an online-only subscription streaming service. This programming will remain on all HBO platforms.

A smart move for Amazon and Fire TV....

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05:45
Opera 'Coast' for iOS brings the enjoyment...

Opera Software on Thursday launched Coast version 3.0, a Web browser for Apple iOS devices that eschews extraneous onscreen buttons and text boxes for intuitive gesture controls and contextual pop-out menus. The end result is a tidy full-screen surfing experience.



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05:44
Tim Cook publicly thanks Peter Oppenheimer for years...

One last bit from the results call:

Finally, before we start the Q&A, I would like to take a minute to talk about my dear friend and colleague Peter Oppenheimer. As you know, Peter will be transitioning from the CFO role in June. Peter has been Apple’s CFO for 10 years and the list of his accomplishments is immense. Apple is now more than 20 times the size it was when Peter became our CFO and his expertise, leadership and incredibly hard work had been instrumental to the company’s success. I’d like to thank him very publicly for his contributions to Apple, from the very bottom of my heart and wish him all the best in his approaching retirement at the end of September.

And I’d also like to recognize him that he has never missed guidance in the 10 years as CFO which must be an all-time record for CFOs. We’re really happy and fortunate to have someone with Luca’s talent on Board to replace Peter. He has over 25 years of experience, building and leading finance teams...

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05:38
∞ Apple announces seven way stock split

There was a lot to digest in yesterday’s earnings conference call. One item that was mentioned, almost as an afterthought, was Tim Cook’s announcement of a seven way stock split. Read the original post for details.

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05:30
Rumor says iPhone 6 will get curvy

Another report from the Japanese blog Mac Otakara says that the iPhone 6 may have more rounded edges and a curved screen similar to Samsung’s Galaxy S III, although references to a curved or “rounded” screen may simply indicate that the screen extends to the edge of the screen with the edges of the glass being rounded. The blog points to a current case design for the iPhone 5 and 5S as an example of what the edges of the future iPhone might look like. The Curvacious Bumper, from SQUAIR, adds a rounded edge to the iPhone 5/5S which the designers liken to the rounded form of the iPhone 3G.

The case is made from “Super Extra Duralumin A7075″ which is an aluminum alloy. In case you are curious,...

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05:15
Rumor: Minor MacBook Air refresh coming as soon as...

French site MacG is citing “reliable sources” in suggesting a minor refresh to the MacBook Air line-up next week. With Intel having updated its range of laptop CPUs, it seems likely the 11- and 13-inch machines will see a small increase in speed, from the existing 1.3GHz chip to either 1.4GHz or 1.5GHz.

It’s also possible, though less likely, that Apple would increase the SSD size from the present starting point of 128GB.

If you can wait until later in the year, however, you’ll probably get much more for your money when it’s strongly rumored that Apple will be launching an all-new...

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05:14
∞ Transcript of Tim Cook and yesterday’s Apple...

Want all the detail of yesterday’s call?

Here’s a link to MacWorld’s edited transcript, focused on Tim Cook’s comments.

And here’s a more complete transcript from Seeking Alpha (free reg-wall). The Seeking Alpha transcript includes Tim’s comments, as well as those from Nancy Paxton (Senior Director, Investor Relations) and Luca Maestri (VP of Finance and Corporate Controller) as well as the Q&A that followed.

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05:07
Rumor: Apple to update current MacBook Air models...

Apple's existing designs for the 11- and 13-inch MacBook Air will allegedly see a refresh next week, likely with newer and faster Intel processors, according to a new report.



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05:05
iPad Fever Is Officially Cooling

Hugh Pickens DOT Com (2995471) writes "Christina Bonnington reports that the public is not gobbling up iPads like they used to. Analysts had projected iPad sales would reach 19.7 million but Apple sold 16.35 million iPads, a drop of roughly 16.4 percent since last year. 'For many, the iPad they have is good enough–unlike a phone, with significant new features like Touch ID, or a better camera, the iPad's improvements over the past few years have been more subtle,' writes Bonnington. 'The latest iterations feature a better Retina display, a slimmer design, and faster processing. Improvements, yes, but enough to justify a near thousand dollar purchase? Others seem to be finding that their smartphone can do the job that their tablet used to do just as well, especially on those larger screened phablets.' While the continued success of the iPad may be up in the air, another formerly popular member of Apple's product line is definitely on its way to the grave. The iPod, once Apple's...

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04:54
How would a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 stack up against today...

If the larger screen sizes offered by Android phones has played a significant role in the purchase decisions of those who’ve moved away from the iPhone, it’ll be very interesting to see how many return when the iPhone 6 is launched, with its rumored 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens.

MacRumors forum member deuxani decided to create a virtual line-up to see how the 4.7-inch model would stack up against the most popular of today’s Android handsets.

While it’s been strongly rumored that the iPhone 6 will have ultra-thin bezels left and right, Touch ID means that the iPhone 6 would be...

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04:12
Analysts respond to AAPL earnings, rating the stock...

Photo: USA Today

Early overnight reports collated by Fortune unsurprisingly show analysts pleased by the higher-than-expected iPhone numbers, with five out of five rating the stock a buy, their price targets ranging from $75 to $252 above yesterday’s closing value. Apple reported iPhone sales of 43.7B against expectations of 38M, and revenue of $45.6M against the consensus estimate of $43.5B.

  • Katy Huberty, Morgen Stanley: Price target $630

  • Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray: Price target $640

  • Brian Marshall, ISI: Price target $600

  • ...
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03:24
Future Apple devices may boast environmental sensor...

A pair of documents unearthed on Thursday detail Apple's ambitions to make the iPhone -- or rumored iWatch -- a one-stop-shop for gathering all kinds of data, including information about a user's surrounding environment.



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01:44
Apple's display tech lets users interact with...

A document discovered on Thursday describes an interactive three-dimensional display system that allows users to "touch" objects in mid-air, presenting the illusion of an advanced hologram.



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01:02
Cook answers analyst questions on China, carriers,...

Beyond the "big story" about Apple's analyst-beating earnings, profits and surprise stock split, financial analysts got a chance to ask some probing questions during Wednesday's Apple conference call discussing the company's fiscal Q2 results. In a Q&A session accompanying the announcements, Apple CFO Lucas Maestri and CEO Tim Cook revealed some details and their thoughts on diverse areas of the business, ranging from specifics on China to the changing US smartphone landscape....



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Wednesday April 23

22:36
Good numbers of note: 800M iTunes accounts, 20M...

With the exception of iPads and the declining iPod, the numbers coming out of Apple's conference call with analysts mirror the title of Pixar's best movie: Up. Of primary importance to analysts were the better-than-expected iPhone sales, but Mac sales were also up from the year-ago quarter. Other numbers revealed in the course of the call were also positive; growth in China and Japan, strength in developing markets and new revelations on Apple TV and iTunes numbers....



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21:50
Weather Channel launches redesigned iPhone app with...


The Weather Channel app for iPhone has been updated with a brand new iOS 7-inspired design and features. The new design gives each bit of information a more prominent location on the screen, though it does so at the expense of an all-in-one overview. Where previously all relevant weather information was contained on the main screen, the updated app places various types of information on separate pages that can be swiped through.

The addition of a new airport mode that provides users with information about weather-related flight delays and cancellations could serve as a useful tool for travelers. A new severe weather mode causes the entire app’s interface to change if severe weather is reported in your area, putting critical information front...

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21:19
Briefly: IMDb 4.2 updated, WaterField Rough Rider bag

Movie, television and celebrity information database, IMDb, has updated its app for iOS today. The app allows users to find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, and create a "must-see" list of shows and films. In v4.2, users can now access US-wide television listings. Additionally, Amazon Prime is now integrated, meaning that whether a title is available on Amazon Prime is indicated upon searching. If the Amazon Instant Video app is installed, the media can be played immediately. The showtimes page design has been revamped, and a ratings history bug has been fixed. Free to download, the I...



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21:06
Judge denies Apple motion to stay upcoming e-books...

In yet another denial of Apple's attempts to halt an impending e-books damages trial, U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cote on Wednesday shot down two motions for a stay, making it clear she intends to kick off proceedings as soon as possible.



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20:10
Judge in Apple e-book case denies stay of states...

Once again, US District Court Judge Denise Cote has denied an Apple motion -- this time asking that the court delay the class-action lawsuit brought by 33 states and various consumer groups while Apple appeals her original guilty verdict in the federal case that alleged Apple led a conspiracy to fix e-book prices. The states are hoping to get further damages from Apple, up to a possible $840 million if the judge triples the damages asked for due to a finding of willful guilt....



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19:07
Purportedly 'leaked' iPhone 6 case...

A video published on Wednesday compares a case supposedly built to wrap Apple's next-generation iPhone with Google's LG-made Nexus 5 and Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 phablet, offering new perspective on the device's possible size.



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18:17
iPad luring in new users: over 2/3 of Apple's...

Over two thirds of people registering an iPad in the last six months were new to iPad, while over half of those registering iPhone were new to iPhone, Tim Cook revealed, highlighting the attraction and loyalty effects Apple is observing in its products.



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18:00
Kindle for iOS finally gets X-Ray Smart Look-Up

Amazon's Kindle app is a wonderful alternative to Apple's iBookstore, and its latest update has introduced two incredibly useful new features. The most basic improvement is quick access to a book's table of contents in the app's left-hand navigation...

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17:53
Cook: iPad sales actually better than expected,...

On paper, the sales of the iPad in Apple's fiscal second quarter look bad: a 16 percent drop from the year-ago quarter, rumors of which already had pundits and business sites wondering if the iPad had peaked. Statistics, however, can sometimes be misleading -- and in an unusually proactive explanation, Apple CEO Tim Cook took time at the start of his conference call with analysts to explain that changes in channel inventory accounted for most of the "lower" sales....



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17:43
ACM 251: What’s in an Upgrade, Apple’s Google Gambit...

Dave Hamilton sits in for Jeff Gamet this week, and he and Bryan Chaffin gab about Mac upgrades, Apple's courtroom Google gambit, and what they think Apple's iPhone lineup will look like by the end of 2014. They also chew on Apple's decision to open up Mavericks betas to the public.


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17:42
Sketchy new rumor point to possibility of rounded...

A new rumor from Mac Otakara (via AppleInsider) indicates that the next-generation iPhone could sport curved edges in place of the squared edges found on every model of the iPhone since the iPhone 4 debuted in 2010. To facilitate this, the display glass would also be slightly curved, although probably not to the degree of some of the first curved phones that have been revealed.

This is the first we’ve heard of any rounded edges on...

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17:10
FCC distributes new 'Open Internet' rules...

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will circulate new "open" Internet regulations internally on Thursday. The new proposal will allow companies to pay Internet providers a fee for "special access" to customers and boosted speed of delivery of the paid content, on a "commercially reasonable" basis, paving the way for more deals like the one Comcast struck with Netflix. The FCC will determine what the terms will be on a case-by-case basis....



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17:00
The TUAW Daily Update Podcast for April 23, 2014

It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get some the top Apple stories of the day in three to five minutes for a quick review of what's happening in the Apple world.

You can listen to today's...

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17:00
Apple Reports Record March iPhone Sales in Q2 2014

Apple announced its quarterly results on Wednesday, and the company surprised just about everyone by not only blowing away iPhone unit sales estimates, but in setting a March quarterly record while it was at it. The company sold some 43.7 million iPhones, well ahead of consensus estimates of 38 million, as well as 4.1 million Macs and 16.3 million iPads. Kelly Guimont walks us through the numbers.

The Mac Observer Spin: Apple is a successful computer company that just happens to be a stupendously successful mobile company.


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16:48
Reading Into the Red Hat CentOS Deal


There was a somewhat quiet, cost-free acquisition of sorts in the Linux world earlier this year when Red Hat announced it was joining forces with Red Hat Enterprise Linux community clone CentOS. The move, which effectively brings organization, governance, backing and technology of CentOS under Red Hat's brim, is interesting for a few reasons. First, it illustrates the continued presence and power of unpaid community Linux distributions like CentOS. Second, it's part of the changing Linux market, which is being driven by cloud computing and new types of uses on the rise.

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16:47
Apple announces historic 7:1 stock split, increases...

In a surprise announcement, Apple will do a 7:1 stock split on June 6, giving stockholders of record as of June 2 an additional six shares for every one share of stock they currently hold. Trading will resume on June 9 at the split-adjusted price, which CEO Tim Cook has said the company wants to be more affordable so that smaller investors can get into the stock. Given today's closing price of $524.75, the average price of a share would drop to $75 if the split were happening now....



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16:43
Can a corrupt/buggy Xsan filesystem cause extremely...

Forums: Troubleshooting

For the sake of brevity, I've leave out the 3 months of background information trying to resolve the problems we've had.

We have a SAN that used to have 450-550 MG/s read/write speeds. It preformed this way for 4.5 years. Now it's writing and reading at much lower speeds, like 40-150 MG/s write speeds and 250-300 read speeds. YES, we've investigated all the likely things: SFPs, fibre cables, thoroughly investigated the fibre switch, checked the RAID controller, etc.

My question is simply this: Does anyone know if it's possible for a degraded/corrupted/buggy Xsan filesystem to cause such heavily reduced speeds? To our knowledge, we have never run a cvfsck on this Xsan volume and it's been in heavy use for almost 5 years. I'm going to do run this tomorrow. Could the Xsan filesystem be the cause of our degraded drive speeds?

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16:31
Apple’s Stock Jumps $40 (7.7%) in After-Hours Session

Shares of Apple Inc. jumped 7.68 percent during the after hours session after Apple blew away its own guidance and Wall Street's consensus estimates. Trading in the after hours market is always exaggerated when it comes to $AAPL, but a sharp increase indicates that investors were pleased with Apple's results.


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16:29
Rumor: Apple's 'iPhone 6' may sport...

A report on Wednesday claims Apple's next-generation iPhone may employ a curved chassis design and accompanying display glass, a vast departure from the substantially squared-off design used on existing Apple handsets.



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16:19
Tim Cook: Angela Ahrendts to join Apple next week,...

During Apple's quarterly earnings conference call, chief executive Tim Cook said he looked forward to welcoming Angela Ahrendts as the company's new retail and online leader next week, while offering public thanks to outgoing chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer.



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16:11
China Earns Apple $10B, Ready for More

Apple CEO Tim Cook said China accounted for almost US$10 billion of its $45.6 billion 2014 second fiscal quarter revenue, and he sees plenty more opportunity in the country. China has been seen as a growth place for the company, and it seems that's exactly what's happening.


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16:00
Samsung is stealing away iPhone owners, but that...

With the release of Samsung's Galaxy S5, there is bound to be a whole lot of people upgrading their current devices to the new Android flagship. CNET recently ran a story on the number of iPhone owners switching teams for the Galaxy S5, citing stats...

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15:57
Apple’s Tim Cook Explains His Enthusiasm for iPad

During Apple's 2014 Q2 Earnings Report, some technical issues related to channel inventory for iPad sales were explained, so the Q2 results aren't as bad as they look. Nevertheless, sales have flattened and UBS analyst Steve Milanovich wanted to hear more. He got an earful.


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15:50
Angela Ahrendts to join Apple 'next week,...

Former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts will be joining Apple as its retail head "next week," Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed today during the company's Q2 conference call. Ahrendts has been confirmed as making the switch since last year, but until now neither Apple nor Burberry would give an exact timeframe. In the interim Ahrendts has been helping Burberry transition to her successor, CCO Christopher Bailey....



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15:36
Apple's Cook touts Microsoft Office for iPad,...

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday said that Microsoft's Office for iPad is a "key franchise" in enterprise, an area where Apple is pushing for tablet dominance, but admitted the software could have come a bit sooner.



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15:30
Apple Q2 numbers show lower iPad revenue, growth in...

As a part of announcing its second-quarter results, Apple has also posted a detailed breakdown (PDF), exposing further facts. They reveal, for instance, that Apple's iPad revenues dropped 16.4 percent year-over-year, shifting from roughly $8.7 billion to $7.6 billion. The company has typically seen continuous growth for the iPad, but units fell from just under 19.5 million to 16.3 million. Cook later clarified that inventory changes made the drop seem much more dramatic than it actually was in terms of end-user sales....



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15:28
By the numbers: a breakdown of Apple’s Q2 2014...

Apple went over its Q2 2014 earnings today on its quarterly conference call with CEO Tim Cook and incoming CFO Luca Maestri. The company announced that former ...

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15:18
Apple announces 20 million Apple TVs sold through Q2...

During Apple’s earnings call this evening, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the company has sold 20 million Apple TV boxes through the second quarter of 2014. Sharing this number is out of the ordinary for Apple, as it generally doesn’t break down specific sales for its set-top box like it does for other products.

Apple’s decision to give us specific sales information for the Apple TV, however, does corroborate with its move earlier this year to present the device as...

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15:08
Apple 'on the prowl' with 24 acquisitions...

Apple has bought two-dozen companies in the last 18 months, it was revealed on Wednesday, and more deals are likely on the way, with Tim Cook describing Apple as "on the prowl" for potential acquisitions that make sense.



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15:07
Tim Cook: 60+% of iPhone 4s and 5c buyers are ‘...

The success of Apple’s low end phones, the 3.5-inch iPhone 4s and the colorful plastic 5c, has been questioned since the current lineup was launched last year. But in today’s earnings call,  Tim Cook might have just explained why Apple keeps the lower end devices in its stable: They bring in the lower-end Android crowd. Specifically Cook said 62% of iPhone 4s, which is usually free (or cheaper) with a plan in the US buyers and 60% of iPhone 5c buyers were switching from Android.

Cook previously compared Android to Europe in its fragmentation and had some harsh words for some of the low end Android tablets in enterprise saying Apple would...

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15:04
Apple announces 20M Apple TVs sold since debut

As the tail end of Apple's quarterly conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook threw out a somewhat surprising statistic, saying the company has sold some 20 million Apple TV units since the unit launched in 2007.



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15:00
Jimi: A brilliant little innovation for iMac owners

The late great rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix was an innovator, doing things with amplifier feedback that had never been done before and changing the sound of rock music forever. Now design firm Bluelounge has given Jimi's name to a nifty little...

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14:59
OnePlus Unveils One 'Flagship Killer'...


OnePlus, a China-based smartphone maker founded by Pete Lau, a former VP at Guangzhou-based Oppo, on Wednesday announced its OnePlus One phablet. The device is being marketed as a "flagship killer," but whether it is remains to be seen. Factors in its favor are its price -- $300 for a device being placed head to head with the more expensive Samsung Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 5s -- as well as the company's clever marketing campaign and the buzz it has generated so far.

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14:54
Tim Cook addresses iPad sales slowdown, says...

On Apple’s earnings call, Tim Cook directly addresses concerns surrounding iPad. Notably, he calls out Office as helping iPad sales somewhat but ‘frankly’ admits that Microsoft should have released Office for iPad sooner. He says that in the time that Microsoft waited, other companies including Apple have released very-competitive productivity alternates to Office, likely referencing iWork.

Cook also repeated much of what he has already said about Apple. He said it’s the fastest-growing product in Apple’s history. Across the same time period since launch, iPad has sold...

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14:41
Burberry’s Angela Ahrendts Starts as Apple Retail...

Apple's new senior vice president of retail and online stores Angela Ahrendts will start her new gig next week. Ms. Ahrendts was previously the CEO of fashion retailer Burberry, and is seen as the driving force behind the company's success in China, and overall rebound.


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14:31
Apple touts $45.6 billion in Q2 2014 revenues

Apple has posted $45.6 billion in revenues in its second fiscal quarter, up from $43.6 billion the same period a year ago. Net profits rose from $9.5 billion to $10.2 billion, or from $10.09 per share to $11.62. The company sold 43.7 million iPhones, resulting in a segmental revenue drop from $32.5 billion to $26.06 billion. iPad sales came in at 16.35 million units....



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14:31
Apple touts $45.6 billion in Q2 2014 revenues

Apple has posted $45.6 billion in revenues in its second fiscal quarter, up from $43.6 billion the same period a year ago. Net profits rose from $9.5 billion to $10.2 billion, or from $10.09 per share to $11.62. The company sold 43.7 million iPhones, an increase from the 37.4 million in Q2 2013. iPad sales came in at 16.3 million units, below a Wall Street consensus forecast of 19.7 million. The company also recorded 4.1 million Macs....



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14:31
Apple's Q2 iPhone sales boom, carry declining...

During its quarterly conference call for the second quarter of 2014 on Wednesday, Apple announced huge growth for its iPhone lineup, while iPad sales were



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14:23
DoubleTwist MagicPlay adds AirPlay support to Google...

Google Play Music on Android can be used to stream music through AirPlay devices, thanks to a release from doubleTwist. MagicPlay: AirPlay for Android, downloadable from Google Play and works with the existing doubleTwist Player, will act as a bridge between Google's Cast API for streaming to the Chromecast and AirPlay, granting the music service AirPlay support....



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14:12
Apple Reports Second-Quarter Results

Apple has announced financial results for its fiscal 2014 second quarter ended March 29, 2014. The company posted quarterly revenue of $45.6 billion and quarterly net profit of $10.2 billion, or $11.62 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of $43.6 billion and net profit of $9.5 billion, or $10.09 per diluted share, in the year-ago quarter. Gross margin was 39.3 percent compared to 37.5 percent in the year-ago quarter. International sales accounted for 66 percent of the quarter’s revenue. “We’re very proud of our quarterly results, especially our strong iPhone sales and record revenue from services,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We’re eagerly looking forward to introducing more new products and services that only Apple could bring to market.”

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14:11
Apple Expands Capital Return Program to Over $130...

Apple has announced that its Board of Directors authorized another significant increase to the company’s program to return capital to shareholders. The company expects to use a total of over $130 billion of cash under the expanded program by the end of calendar 2015. As part of the program, the board has increased its share repurchase authorization to $90 billion from the $60 billion level announced last year. The board also approved an increase to the company’s quarterly dividend of approximately 8 percent and has declared a dividend of $3.29 per common share, payable on May 15, 2014, to shareholders of record as of the close of business on May 12, 2014. The Board of Directors has also announced a seven-for-one stock split. Each Apple shareholder of record at the close of business on June 2, 2014, will receive six additional shares for every share held on the record date, and trading will begin on a split-adjusted basis on June 9, 2014.

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14:08
Angela Ahrendts to join Apple next week, as retail...

Tim Cook has just announced on the earnings call that Angela Ahrendts, ex-CEO of Burberry, will join Apple next week. She became a Dame of the British Empire a few weeks ago. Recent doubts about her joining date were clearly false, as she is joining Apple next week.

Ahrendts announced that...

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14:05
AAPL Expands Dividend Program to $130B, Announces 7-...

Apple announced a US$130 billion expansion to its stock dividend program, and announced a 7-to-1 stock split on Tuesday. The news came on the heels of the iPhone and iPad maker's second fiscal quarter earnings where it reported $45.6 billion in earnings.


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14:04
Notes of interest from Apple's Q2 2014...

Apple surprised the market on Wednesday by not only beating expectations for its second fiscal quarter of 2014, but also announcing a 7-for-1 stock split, increased share buybacks, and a a higher quarterly dividend. Following the announcements, executives from the company participated in a conference call with analysts and the media, and notes of interest follow.



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14:01
Notes from Apple’s Q2 2014 earnings call

Apple’s conference call after the company’s reported Q2 2014 earnings started with CEO Tim Cook calling the results “very strong.” The results were Apple’s “strongest non-holiday quarter ever,” Cook said. Cook pointed out that iPhone sales were strong in the quarter. Apple’s smartphone market share is now 55 percent…

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14:01
Apple announces 7-1 stock split, dividend increase,...

Apple today released its earnings results from its second fiscal quarter of 2014, posting revenue of $45.6 billion and EPS of 11.62 in the process. Overall, iPhone sales came in stronger than expected while iPad sales came in weaker than...

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13:57
iPhones and profits up, iPads down for Apple in Q2...

The growing maturity of the smartphone and tablet markets was readily apparent in Apple's financial results for the second quarter of its fiscal 2014, which runs from the beginning of January to the end of March. Even though it sold a few more iPhones than it did in the second quarter of 2013, it sold slightly fewer iPads, and both revenues and profit margins were up a little from last year (think single-digit percentage growth).

There's no question that Apple is still making money hand over fist: it reported profits of $10.2 billion on revenue of $45.6 billion, giving it a profit margin of 39.3 percent and beating its own upper guidance of $44 billion from last quarter—those margins also beat the company's upper guidance of 38 percent. It's just that the company is no longer growing as explosively as it once was, something that investors and analysts alike are quick to lose...

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13:56
iPhone up, iPad down as Apple reports strong second-...

Even in a quarter that saw no product introductions, Apple boosted its sales and profits over the previous year. The company released its fiscal second-quarter earnings report on Wednesday, reporting revenue of $45.6 billion and a net profit of $10.2 billion.

Overall revenues

Those numbers were up from the second quarter of 2013, when Apple tallied $43.6 billion in revenue and $9.5 billion in net profit.

For the 2014 second quarter, Apple earned $11.62 a share, a 15 percent jump from the $10.09 a share the company earned in the year-ago quarter.

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13:48
Apple announces 7:1 stock split, increased share...

Apple today announced a seven-for-one stock split, with shareholders receiving six new shares for every one they own at the close of business on June 2, 2014. This is the first split since 2005. The company’s share repurchase program will be increasing from $60 billion to $90 billion, and…

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