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Friday November 3

Apple shares gallery of images celebrating iPhone X...

The iPhone X is now available around the world. The first customers started getting their hands on the device late last night and now Apple has shared a gallery of images showcasing the first users to successfully pick one up from a retail store…


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Apple’s AirPods are among the most desired...

The most desired electronics this holiday season include Apple’s AirPods, Sony PlayStation VR as well as home assistants, including Amazon Echo and Google Home, according to Adobe’s online shopping predictions. 

Based on Adobe Analytics, Adobe expects that online sales will be $107.4 billion, an increase of 13.8%, while in-store retail is expected to grow ten percent.* Cyber Monday is expected to become the largest online shopping day in history, generating $6.6 billion in sales, 16.5 percent growth compared to last year. Sales on Thanksgiving Day are expected to increase 15% year-over-year to $2.8 billion.

While desktop purchases are predicted to account for two-thirds of revenue this holiday season, mobile is serving as a starting point for many consumers. For the first time, web traffic on smartphones and tablets is predicted to be higher than for desktops, at 54% and 46%, respectively.

AirPods are wireless headphones that allow users to listen to music,...

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The ISS is getting a long, long overdue printer...

When they're not busy spacewalking, astronauts carry out the same boring tasks as us -- like printing. But, chances are, the printer in your home is newer than the one on the International Space Station (ISS). The heap of junk aboard the spacecraft i...

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Analyst target prices for AAPL stock rate it a...

After-hours trading in AAPL stock already values the company at $900B, but target prices from almost half the analyst reports seen following yesterday’s bumper earnings report and record-breaking guidance would value the company at more than a trillion dollars …


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Social media's biggest stars are launching a...

Three of the biggest social media stars (with a combined 70 million followers across platforms) are launching their own video streaming service, reports Variety. Dubbed "Zeus," the upcoming VOD outlet is the brainchild of Andrew "King Bach" Bachelor...

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Clean up that Mac with Intego Mac Washing Machine X9...

Running out of space on that MacBook? Finding that even your 1TB drive isn't enough for all of the files that have built up on your iMac? Maybe it's time to do a thorough cleaning of your Mac. Intego Mac Washing Machine X9 is the easy way to clean caches, dump unneeded files, exorcise duplicate files, and more. Buy it today and you'll have it forever, as we have a lifetime subscription deal available for $29.99.

Most of the time folks buy utilities like Mac Washing Machine X9 on a subscription basis, with new versions of the software available every year or so to provide new features that take advantage of the latest operating system changes. Over a lifetime of...

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Apple patent is for ‘drop countermeasures’ for...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 20170317707) for “drop countermeasures for electronic device,” which is designed to make iPhones, iPads, and perhaps even Mac laptops less likely to sustain damage if dropped.

The invention involves active protection systems for devices subject to potential hazards including dropping, shock, and impact. In particular, the disclosure relates to active countermeasure and damage mitigation systems suitable for a range of different electronic devices, including, but not limited to, mobile and cellular phones, smartphones, tablet computers, personal computers, personal digital assistants, media players, and other electronic devices. 

In the patent filing, Apple notes that electronic devices are subject to a wide range of different environmental effects, including temperature extremes, humidity, physical contamination, and potential loss or damage due to physical hazards including dropping, shock, compression and impact. These...

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Robbers snag 313 iPhone X units being delivered to...

It’s not quite the equivalent of the bank robbery scene in “Heat”, but it’s getting there. On Wednesday, three “husky” men in hoodies driving a white Dodge van broke into a UPS truck Wednesday while it was parked outside a San Francisco Apple Store.

The UPS truck was delivering 313 iPhone X units to the Apple Store, wherein the robbery itself occurred between 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. PT.

The total value of the stolen merchandise was estimated to be more than $370,000. The iPhone X, which becomes available in stores Friday, starts at $999 apiece. The suspects have yet to be caught.

Each iPhone X device was cataloged with a description and serial number and customers who planned to pick up their preordered iPhones at the Stonestown store will still get their devices on time, a person familiar with the matter said.

Where Apple’s “Find My iPhone” and remote lockout features have led to a drop in stolen devices, thieves can still turn a profit by getting...

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How to save a webpage as a PDF in iOS 11

Using the Safari web browser in iOS 11, you can save a webpage in PDF format. Here’s how:

  • Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad.
  • Navigate to a site and then the webpage you want to save as PDF.
  • Tap on the Share button.
  • In the Activities sheet, tap on Create PDF.
  • When the PDF is created tap Done.
  • Tap on Save File To …
  • Choose the location to which you wish to save the webpage as a PDF.
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Reports that Apple Stores may have more iPhone X...

We’re hearing reports that Apple Stores may have more iPhone X stock than expected for walk-in customers. One of our own store contacts said that those in the queue at store opening looked set to get one, while an unconfirmed tip indicated that London stores have 500-1000 models each …


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Happy Hour Podcast 145 | iPhone X hype, HomePod...

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss initial iPhone X reviews, iOS 11.2 and SiriKit for HomePod, changes to Apple TV 4K in tvOS 11.2, and much more.

9to5Mac’s Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, StitcherGoogle Play Music, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players.


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TripAdvisor admits deleting post warning of rape and...

TripAdvisor is the go-to website to visit when you want to look up hotel and resort reviews. Based on what the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel unearthed, though, you might want to do more digging beyond the review portal next time you travel. According to...

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The Elite 7550 will entice potential cord cutters

If you're like me, you're awaiting the day when you can cut the cable or satellite cord entirely. I haven't quite reached that day yet. However, a product like the $149 Elite 7550 from Winegard Company may help you get closer to that goal.

This one-pound antenna’s long-range performance delivers reception from more than 70 miles away and offers an impressive lineup of over-the-air options. An integrated LTE filter and embedded ultra-low noise amplifier with Winegard’s unique Clear Circuit Technology allows for the good to great reception as the antenna provides an ultra-low noise figure of 1 dB for less dropouts and pixilation. Additionally, the Elite 7550 is optimized for dual-band VHF/UHF reception designed for maximum signal capture.  

Made in America, it has high quality connectors and is a relatively easy to set thanks to the Flex Mounting System that provides angling options for optimal positioning in...

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AAPL hits record high in pre-market trading, may...

Following strong fiscal Q4 earnings and guidance for a record-breaking holiday quarter, AAPL shares have hit an all-time record high of $173.25 in pre-market trading (at the time of writing), up 3% on yesterday’s close of $168.11.

The current share price values the company at around $900B, taking it a significant step closer to becoming the first ever trillion-dollar company …


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iPhone X teardown highlights radical new internals,...

The iPhone X features a very different external appearance and design. Thanks to the iFixit teardown, we can now confirm that the internal design is also radically different and new.

The iPhone X has an L-shaped two-cell battery, an ‘unprecedented degree of miniaturization’ for the main logic board, and many other changes compared to the iPhone 8 series.


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Notable apps and app updates for Nov. 3, 2017

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

iOS Apps/Updates

Touch Dimension has launched Strain Tactics. In the strategy game, you assemble your troops into the ultimate fighting force from upwards of 80 highly-skilled operatives and defend Earth against an invasive alien species.


macOS Apps/Updates

Micromat has released an update to Drive Scope, their drive utility. Version 1.1 provides access to the S.M.A.R.T. data of drives utilizing the newer NVMe interface type. 

S.M.A.R.T. stands for Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, and was designed to report on the health of...

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Qualcomm files suit against Apple, cites breach of...

On Wednesday, chipmaker Qualcomm filed suit against Apple, claiming Apple has failed to abide by the terms of a software license and said it may have used its unprecedented access to that code to help Qualcomm-rival Intel Corp.

The two companies are now engaged in a lawsuit over technology licensing fees that Qualcomm charges for patents. Apple has stated that Qualcomm is charging too much and has leveraged its strong market position in chips illegally. Qualcomm has countered that Apple, one of its largest customers, has lied to regulators in an unfair attempt to bully it into charging less.

Apple currently uses Qualcomm’s chips as modems without its devices to communicate with cellular networks. Apple has widened its supplier base to include Intel for some of the chips, beginning with the iPhone 7. The company has yet to respond to requests seeking comment.

Qualcomm has also alleged that Apple failed to protect access to the chipmaker’s software and has not...

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Security researchers hack iOS 11.1 at Pwn2Own event

Trend Micro’s annual Pwn2Own has kicked off over at the PacSec Security conference in Tokyo, complete with security researchers spending the day attempting to hack into the iPhone 7, the Samsung Galaxy S8, the Google Pixel, and the Huawei Mate 9 Pro in an effort to win prizes totaling more than $500,000.

And, for better or worse, Apple’s iPhone 7, running the newly-released iOS 11.1, was successfully breached twice Tencent Keen Security Lab. The first hack targeted a Wi-Fi bug and won the team $110,000 and 11 Master of Pwn points, while the second hack targeted the Safari Browser and earned Tencent Keen Security Lab $45,000 and 12 Master of Pwn points.

The group used a total of four bugs to both gain code execution and escalate their user privileges to allow their rogue application to install via a reboot. In addition, the group snagged $60,000 for the WiFi exploit and added $50,000 for the persistence bonus, thereby totaling $110,000 and 11 Master of Pwn points....

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JNUC 2017: A Glimpse into the World of Apple...

All the emphasis in the Apple world these days seems to focus on individual users with their own devices. But it’s worth keeping in mind that Apple devices of all stripes are being used in huge quantities by large organizations. Adam Engst attended the recent Jamf Nation User Conference in Minneapolis and shares his takeaway.


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Thursday November 2

Thieves grab over 300 iPhone X units off delivery...

Some people expecting to buy an iPhone X in San Francisco on Friday may be disappointed, as 313 units were stolen from a local UPS truck earlier this week.

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Republican tax proposal would see Apple pay 12% on...

A new proposal from House Republicans would force companies like Apple to pay taxes on profits accumulated overseas, whether they choose to bring that money back to the United States or not. Apple is one of the largest companies holding cash and marketable securities overseas with some $262 billion stored…


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iPhone X shipping times shorten to 3-4 weeks in US...

Shipping delays for the iPhone X at Apple's U.S. and Canadian online stores have shrunk to between 3 and 4 weeks, matching improvements in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

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Thieves steal $370K worth of iPhone X units right...

While Apple loyalists camp out around the world in anticipation of the iPhone X, three “husky men in hoodies” took matters into their own hands. According to reports from CNET and local media, the three men stole over 300 iPhone X units directly off a UPS truck outside of an Apple Store in San Francisco…


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iPhone X shipping improves to 3-4 weeks from Apple

While some customers have noted improvements in ship times for their own individual iPhone X orders, Apple this evening lower the shipping window across the board if you’re still mulling a purchase. If you head to Apple’s Online Store, you’ll notice that Apple now lists all iPhone X models as shipping within 3-4 weeks…


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Apple Crushes Expectations, Sees Record Holiday...

Apple on Thursday reported sales and earnings well ahead of projections, and said holiday sales should be a record and ahead of many analysts' expectations. The company sold 46.6 million iPhones last quarter, which came in about 500,000 units ahead of expectations. Axios reports: Going into the earnings report, there were concerns about both iPhone 8 demand and iPhone X supply. Thursday's report should go a long way toward answering those questions. Sales were up in every region expect Japan, where business was down from the prior year, though up sequentially. Notably, the company finally saw a much-needed turnaround in Greater China, where sales of $9.8 billion were up 22% from the prior quarter and 12% from a year ago. The company's business has been weak in China for some time, though the company had predicted improvement this quarter. Apple reported $52.6 billion in revenue (vs $51.2 billion estimated) and per-share earnings of $2.02 (vs $1.87 estimated). In addition to the 46....

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Apple's first iPhone X sales begin in Australia...

Apple's first retail sales of the iPhone X are now underway, having begun at stores in Australia and New Zealand.

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Report: T-Mobile and Sprint attempting to ‘salvage’...

The on again, off again merger between Sprint and T-Mobile is seemingly back on the table. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, the two carriers are working to “salvage” the deal following concerns about ownership of the newly formed entity.


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'Profits will follow' if Apple can nail AR...

Apple CEO Tim Cook once again touched on the topics of augmented and virtual reality during a Q4 results call, avoiding specific talk about future hardware while hinting at the company's approach.

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Apple says wearables up 75 percent year-over-year in...

Apple's wearables business -- including Apple Watch, AirPods, and Beats products -- was up 75 percent year-over-year during the September quarter, helping to make it the size of a Fortune 400 company, CEO Tim Cook said during Thursday's results call.

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First iPhone X pre-orders arrive as sales begin at...

At long last, the clock is slowly starting to turn to November 3rd around the world. That means the iPhone X is officially available to purchase at Apple Stores, while the first batch of pre-orders has also started to arrive on customer doorsteps…


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AWT News Update: November 2, 2017

Apple's Q4 2017 earnings call was today, and the company continues to soar, briefly touching the $900 billion market cap level after the close of trading today. It was good news all around!

  • Revenues and EPS beat the company's guidance and the street's estimates
  • While the iPhone still accounts for more than half of the company's revenues, the oldest member of the family -- the Mac line -- generated 14% of revenues
  • iPad sales have stopped their slide, primarily thanks to enterprise embracing the device as a laptop alternative
  • Guidance for Q1 2018 (ending December 31, 2017) is bullish, based on forecasted sales of iPhone X
  • We talk about Qualcomm's latest lawsuit against Apple

The text version of the podcast can be read below. To listen to the podcast here, click the play button on the player below. Apple News readers need to visit Apple World Today in order to listen to the podcast.


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Macs sales set an all-time quarterly record with 5.4...

Mac sales were up 25% year-over-year by unit number in Apple’s fiscal 2017 fourth quarter that ended Sept. 30. Apple desktop/laptop numbers were 5.4 million for the quarter compared to the 4.9 million Macs sold in the same period of 2016.

The quarter was an all-time sales high for Macs in Greater China. Worldwide Mac and iPad sales set all-time highs in global education markets. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the fiscal 2017 fourth quarter saw the highest annual Mac revenue in Apple’s history thanks to notebook refresh and back-to-school sales.

He adds that the “Mac experience has become even better since the September launch of macOS High Sierra. Cook says it packs new technology making it more reliable, capable, and responsive and that lays the foundation for future innovations.

Apple Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri says that the Mac continues to gain traction in the enterprise market. The market saw an all-time record for customer purchases in fiscal year 2017...

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Apple Posts Strong Q4 2017 Financial Results

Led by slight growth in the iPhone category and bolstered by strong showings from the Services, Mac, and Other Products categories, Apple has posted revenues of $52.6 billion and profits of $10.71 billion.


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Tim Cook: sales of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have...

iPhone sales were up 2% year-over-year by unit number in Apple’s fiscal 2017 fourth quarter that ended Sept. 30. Apple smartphone numbers were 46.7 million for the quarter compared to the 45.5 million iPhones sold in the same period of 2016.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said that sales of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus exceeded expectations. Available in 50 countries, he said that they “instantly became our two most popular iPhone models and have been every week since.” Cook said that iPhone X orders have been “very strong" and "we're working to get the device in customers hands as quickly as possible."

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Tim Cook touches on iPhone X pre-order demand,...

During Apple’s fiscal fourth quarter earnings call this evening, Tim Cook touched on the supply and production issues that have plagued the iPhone X thus far. Cook explained that things are improving dramatically, but it’s hard to look too far into the future.


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iPad sales up 14% year-over-year in Apple’s fiscal...

iPad sales were up 14% year-over-year in Apple’s fiscal 2017 fourth quarter that ended Sept. 30. Apple tablet numbers were 10.3 million for the quarter compared to the 9.3 million iPads sold in the same period of 2016.

Apple saw strong demand for both the iPad and iPad Pro, according to Apple Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri. There was unit and revenue growth in all geographic segments with particularly strong results in emerging markets, he added.

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Apple's Q4 iPad sales signal second quarter of...

Apple's iPad sales were up year-over-year for a second quarter in a row during Q4, possibly suggesting that a wide-ranging refresh has paid off.

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Apple services reach an all-time high

Apple's services category set an all-time quarterly revenue record of just over $8.5 billion in Apple’s fiscal 2017 fourth quarter that ended Sept. 30. The category includes the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay, AppleCare, licensing fees, and more.

The success of Apple Music continued to build in in Apple’s fiscal 2017 fourth quarter that ended Sept. 30. According to according to Apple Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri, the streaming service saw the highest conversion rate from customers trying the service. 

Revenue from Apple Music grew strongly in the September quarter, Maestri said. The number of paid subscribers was up nearly 75% year-over-year.

The Apple App Store set a new all-time record. According to App Annie's latest report, it continues to be preferred destination for customer purchases by a wide margin, generating nearly twice as much revenue as Google Play store, notes Maesstri. 

The iCloud business saw strong double-digit...

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Apple expects best ever holiday quarter, estimates $...

Apple is predicting that for the first quarter of its 2018 fiscal year, ending in December it will make more money than it ever has before, expecting revenue between $84 billion and $87 billion mostly on the strength of the iPhone X.

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The Apple Watch sees its third consecutive quarter...

Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the Apple Watch saw unit growth of over 50% for the third consecutive quarter during Apple’s fiscal 2017 fourth quarter that ended Sept. 30. As usual, he didn’t mention how many units were sold.

“Customers love the freedom of the Apple Watch Series 3 cellular capability,” Cook says. “With its ability to go for a run or quick errand without your iPhone, it’s a game changer. Now more than ever, the Apple Watch is the ultimate device for healthy lives and is making a big different in customers' lives.”

Apple's entire wearable business was up over 75% year-over-year in fourth quarter. The business includes the AirPods and the Beats line of headphones.

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Notes of interest from Apple's Q4 2017...

Exceeding market expectations with another strong quarter, Apple saw growth in its three main businesses of iPhone, iPad and Mac, on its way to $46.7 billion in revenue. Following the reveal, the company held a conference call with media and analysts, and notes of interest follow.

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Apple's $52.6B fourth quarter is nothing...

Apparently the iPhone 8 isn’t selling as poorly as people think. In the quarter ending September 30, Apple Thursday reported revenue of $52.6 billion, an increase of 12 percent from the year-ago quarter’s $46.9 billion, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $2.07, up 24 percent from $1.67 in 2016.

Apple’s international sales were particularly strong, accounting for more than 60 percent of the quarter’s revenue. The all-important Greater China market was up 12 percent year over year.

Apple sold 46.7 million iPhones, 10.3 million iPads, and 5.4 million Macs during the quarter, all healthy increases over the prior year. The Mac and iPad units both saw double-digit increases in year-over-year sales. Apple CFO Luca Maestri said sales of MacBook Pros drive Mac growth, while iPad sales were up more than 25 percent in China.

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Apple revenue is up 12% for the fiscal fourth quarter

Apple has announced the financial results for its fiscal 2017 fourth quarter that ended Sept. 30 — with revenues beating the Street’s estimate by $1.81 billion.

The tech giant posted quarterly revenue of $52.6 billion, an increase of 12% from the year-ago quarter, and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $2.07, up 24%. International sales accounted for 62% of the quarter’s revenue. This was Apple's best fiscal fourth quarter results ever.

The Americas accounted for 13% of the company’s revenue, Europe 22%, Greater China 22%, Japan 6%, and the rest of Asia Pacific 3%. Those are year-over year changes of plus 14%, plus 20%, plus 12%, -11%, and 5%, respectively.

“We’re happy to report a very strong finish to a great fiscal 2017, with record fourth quarter revenue, year-over-year growth for all our product categories, and our best quarter ever for Services,” CEO Tim Cook said in a press release. “With fantastic new products including iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus,...

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Live blog: Apple’s fiscal year Q4 2017 earnings call

Moments ago, Apple announced the results for its fiscal fourth quarter of 2017, reporting profits of $10.7 billion on revenue of $52.6 billion. The company sold 46.7 million iPhones, 10.3 million iPads, and 5.4 million Macs. As usual, next up on the docket is Apple’s quarterly earnings call, which will kick-off at 2PM PT/5PM ET and we’ll have live coverage right here…


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Apple revenue surges 12% to $52.6B on sales of 46.7M...

Apple on Thursday reported an iPhone 8 launch quarter that exceeded market expectations, topping revenue from a year ago by 12 percent as Apple's diversified iPhone lineup is showing signs of strength.

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∞ Apple reports fourth quarter revenue of $52.6...

Apple on Thursday posted quarterly revenue of $52.6 billion, an increase of 12 percent from a year ago. Quarterly earnings were up 24 percent, the company said. […]

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Apple announces Q4 2017 revenue of $52.6b: 46.7m...

We’re just hours away from the launch of the iPhone X (ahhh!), but first Apple has to report how its last quarter went which includes initial iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus sales. iPhone X only became available for pre-order last Friday and won’t appear in today’s results.

In addition to the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, Apple’s fiscal year 2017 fourth quarter results also include Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K.

So how did Apple perform last quarter with the iPhone X looming over the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus? Apple reports $52.6b in revenue and $10.7b profit from 46.7m iPhones, 10.3m iPads, and 5.4m Macs sold. Next quarter Apple forecasts revenue between $84 billion and $87 billion (that’s a lot).

FY17 Q4 results compare to the previous quarter’s $45.4 billion in revenue, $8.72 billion in profit, 41 million iPhones, 11.4 million iPads, and 4.29 million Macs. In the same quarter...

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Google quality assurance continues to struggle with...

Some users are finding that their brand new Google Pixel 2 XL phones are arriving -- but without an operating system installed, necessitating a return and replacement.

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Watch this 15-minute long iPhone X teardown video...

iPhone X launches in the US tomorrow and the first video teardown of the new smartphone has already surfaced on YouTube. It’s a rather crude capture compared to the highly polished iFixit teardown we’ll likely see in a matter of hours, but the 15-minute long video offers an early look at the internals of the newly designed iPhone.


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Apple accused of sharing Qualcomm's software...

Qualcomm has once again escalated the legal war with Apple surrounding modem chips in the iPhone and iPad, with the chip manufacturer now claiming that Apple is in breach of contract because of how it works with Intel -- and what software has been shared with the competition.

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HTC will make a 'noteworthy' return to...

Shortly after showing off the squeezable U11+ in Taipei today, HTC President Chialin Chang confirmed that his company is re-entering the dual-camera smartphone space in 2018. "We'll definitely be releasing a dual-camera phone next year, but we'll nee...

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Qualcomm Sues Apple For Contract Breach

Qualcomm has sued Apple, again, this time alleging that it violated a software license contract to benefit rival chipmaker Intel for making broadband modems, the latest salvo in a longstanding dispute between the two companies. From a report: Qualcomm alleged in a lawsuit filed in the California state court in San Diego on Wednesday that Apple used its commercial leverage to demand unprecedented access to the chipmaker's highly confidential software, including source code. Apple began to use Intel's broadband modem chips in the iPhone 7, which it launched last year.


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Final Cut Pro X, Swift skills rank high among...

Upwork, a freelancing website, has released its newest quarterly index of the hottest skills in the U.S. freelance job market. Final Cut Pro X specialists rank 10th on the psi and Swift developers come in at 11th place.

The Upwork Skills Index ranks the site’s 20 fastest-growing skills and is part of a quarterly series that sheds light on new and emerging skills freelancers are providing. This comes on the heels of the “Freelancing in America: 2017” study, the most comprehensive measure of the U.S. independent workforce, which found that 57.3 million Americans (36% of the U.S. workforce) freelanced in the past year and also predicts that the majority of the U.S. workforce will freelance within a decade.

The 20 fastest-growing freelance skills in the third quarter of 2017 all experienced more than 100% year-over-year growth. The top ten grew more than 200% compared to the same time period...

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Oprah will be Alexa’s first celebrity-voiced...

Alexa is getting its first celebrity voice. To go along with the Oprah's Favorite Things storefront on Amazon, users of Alexa-enabled devices can have Oprah herself guide them through this year's 102 favorite things. To do so, you'll just have to say...

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∞ Photographer barely avoids crashing rally car

This is why, any time you photograph action, stay focused on it. You never know what might happen.

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Homeland Security wants to scan your face at the...

Maybe Apple has the right idea when it comes to the future of identification, with Face ID built into the new iPhone X. The Department of Homeland Security wants to scan the faces of people entering or leaving the country, without needing to have any...

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Halide 1.5 delivers a stunning edge-to-edge iPhone X...

Created by former Twitter for iOS tech lead Ben Sandofsky and ex-Apple designer Sebastiaan de With, Halide is a beautiful iPhone camera app with gesture-based pro controls that launched earlier this year. With the release of the all-screen iPhone X tomorrow, Halide is out with a major update featuring a new user interface designed from scratch for the new device.


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Final Cut Pro X and Swift make list of fastest-...

Freelance focused company Upwork has released a new report today with its list of the top 20 fastest-growing skills for Q3 2017. While broad categories like robotics and augmented reality were near the top, Apple specific skill sets in Final Cut Pro X and Swift also made the cut.


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Survey shows Americans unwilling to let Amazon Key...

Following the launch of Amazon Key, survey results question the likelihood of wide-spread adoption of the unattended delivery service citing consumer reluctance.

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MacTech Conference hits Los Angeles Nov 15-17,...

Calling all Apple IT/Consulting/Tech professionals! MacTech is having their annual conference in Los Angeles in just 2 weeks and you are invited. Besides learning a boatload about developing, managing and deploying Apple products and related services, you’ll get to meet like-minded folks in your field, eat some great food on the house and have a lot of fun – probably on the corporate dime. Speaking of that, 9to5mac readers can grab $400 the price of admission using this link making the total $1199 for the three day event… more…

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How to configure Safari in High Sierra to use Google...

If you need to appear in a Google Hangout for whatever the reason, you may have noticed that the instructions on how to get the audio and video plugin to function in High Sierra's version of Safari are wrong. Here's how to make it work.

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Qualcomm accuses Apple of sharing ‘unprecedented...

Apple’s fight with Qualcomm isn’t cooling off anytime soon. Bloomberg reports that Qualcomm has filed a new lawsuit against Apple accusing it of helping Intel using Qualcomm code. Apple and Qualcomm have been in a messy legal dispute since the start of the year.


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Apple posts tips for iPhone X: “Welcome to iPhone X”

There are a few helpful tips on the page to help users get used to the new buttons and how to do some of the basic iPhone tasks.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Wireless charging explained: What is it and how does...

Another good explanation of what the future holds for many of our devices and gadgets.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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Final Cut Pro X, Swift among fastest-growing skills...

Upwork, the largest freelancing website, today released its newest quarterly index of the hottest skills in the U.S. freelance job market. The Upwork Skills Index ranks the site’s 20 fastest-growing skills and is part of a quarterly series that sheds light on new and emerging skills freelancers are providing. This comes on the heels of the “Freelancing in America: 2017” study, the most comprehensive measure of the U.S. independent workforce, which found that 57.3 million Americans (36 percent of the U.S. workforce) freelanced in the past year and also predicts that the majority of the U.S. workforce will freelance within a decade.

This is pretty interesting data because it comes from a freelance website. Demand for Final Cut Pro grew more than 200 percent year-over-year, while Swift grew 100 percent.


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iOS 11 overtakes 10.3 in less than a month

Apple’s iOS 11 has overtaken its former version iOS 10.3 less than a month after release according to web analytics company Statcounter.

Statcounter Global Stats reports that iOS 11 reached 42% of all iOS versions worldwide in October compared to 35.5% for iOS 10.3. On a daily basis, iOS 11 overtook 10.3 on Oct. 12, less than a month after its release on Sept. 19.

“Even by Apple’s high standards of migrating users, the rapid take up of iOS 11 has been impressive,” says Statcounter CEO Aodhan Cullen. “The rapid rise of iOS 11 has implications for digital advertisers. “iOS 11’s feature called Intelligent Tracking Prevention makes it harder for advertisers and publishers to track users online.”

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Read quick fiction on your commute with the Shortly...

I use Pocket for my non-fiction stuff but this is a great way to get quick hits of some very good fiction.

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Video: AppleInsider reviews Apple's iPhone X...

Ahead of its official launch on Friday, AppleInsider has spent a few days extensively testing the highly anticipated iPhone X, and we came away impressed. See why in our official review.

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App Developer Access To iPhone X Face Data Spooks...

A reader shares a report: Apple won accolades from privacy experts in September for assuring that facial data used to unlock its new iPhone X would be securely stored on the phone itself. But Apple's privacy promises do not extend to the thousands of app developers who will gain access to facial data in order to build entertainment features for iPhone X customers, such as pinning a three-dimensional mask to their face for a selfie or letting a video game character mirror the player's real-world facial expressions. Apple allows developers to take certain facial data off the phone as long as they agree to seek customer permission and not sell the data to third parties, among other terms in a contract seen by Reuters. App makers who want to use the new camera on the iPhone X can capture a rough map of a user's face and a stream of more than 50 kinds of facial expressions. This data, which can be removed from the phone and stored on a developer's own servers, can help monitor how often...

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Affinity Designer and Photo for Mac receive big 1.6...

Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer, two of the best creative-minded applications available on the Mac, are receiving major updates today to increase performance and add new features.

The apps, which are beloved by creative designers due to their no-compromise feature set and subscription-free pricing model, both receive performance improvements, which include a Metal 2 accelerated view and macOS High Sierra optimization. There’s also a new light UI option for users to select from.

For a limited time until November 16th, app developer Serif is providing buyers with bonus content for both apps, which include new textures for Affinity Photo, and a pro brush pack for Affinity Designer....

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iPhone X shipment estimates improve, orders expected...

Multiple sources, including several AppleInsider readers, are reporting that iPhone X deliveries once scheduled to arrive at the end of November have either already shipped, or are in the final phases of the preparatory process and will arrive much sooner than predicted.

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∞ The story behind that iconic portrait of Steve Jobs

It’s a great photograph and it has a great story behind it.

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Macphun unveils Luminar 2018 to take on Adobe...

This is a very steep hill to climb and I wish Macphun all the best in the attempt. More competition/software is good for users.

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Coupon Deals: 2017 15" MacBook Pros as low as $...

Exclusive deals are rolling in this week with bonus coupon savings on Apple's current 15-inch MacBook Pro. Pick up the standard model for $2,149 ($250 off) or save $300 on the upgraded Radeon 560 config with a 2.9GHz processor and 512GB of storage. The popular OWC 13 Port Thunderbolt 3 dock is also $20 off with no sales tax outside NY and NJ.

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Grammarly is launching a clever new iPhone and iPad keyboard that includes sophisticated grammar, spelling, and punctuation coaching features. Grammarly Keyboard brings the popular writing service from the desktop to anywhere you can write on iOS.


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Stats from Adobe’s analytics wing suggest that, for the first time ever, more holiday shopping will be done on mobile devices than on computers …


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Amazon has become the latest major retailer to embrace Apple's ARKit, with an update to its iOS shopping app providing its customers the ability to see how a selection of its products will look within their home using augmented reality.

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Sonnet launches portable, external GPU devices

Sonnet Technologies has introduced a new paradigm in Thunderbolt-connected external GPU (eGPU) devices with the eGFX Breakaway Puck, a portable, high-performance, all-in-one eGPU for Thunderbolt 3 computers that delivers accelerated graphics, and provides multi-display connectivity leveraging AMD's Eyefinity technology. You can use it with a Mac. Kinda.

macOS High Sierra currently offers only beta support for connection of external GPUs, and not all Thunderbolt Macs are currently supported with AMD beta GPU Thunderbolt drivers. For information regarding enabling the use of the eGFX Breakaway Puck with macOS, click here.

With a Puck connected, a user's computer can deliver dramatically accelerated frame rates in popular graphics-intensive games, and boosted GPU acceleration for pro video...

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Giant lines forming at Apple stores internationally...

Lines have already started to form at many Apple stores world-wide, with the Orchard Road store in Singapore and a pair of stores in Japan already having a massive queue of hundreds of people.

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Rene Ritchie iPhone X review: “The best damn product...

This is a long review, chock full of detail. Definitely worth your time.

A few pieces on Face ID, just to give you a taste:

Here’s where there’s a difference between Touch ID and Face ID: Touch ID throws away the original enrollment images of your fingerprints almost immediately. Face ID keeps the original enrollment images of your face (but crops them as tightly as possible so as not to store background information). That’s for convenience. Apple wants to be able to update the neural networks for Face ID without you having to re-register your face each time.


The True Depth camera reads the data and captures a randomized sequence of 2D images and depth maps which are then digitally signed and send to the Secure Enclave for comparison. (Randomization also protects against spoofing attacks.)

The portion of the Neural Engine inside the Secure Enclave converts the captured data into math and the secure Face ID neural networks compare it with the...

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∞ Fantastically abstract ad for Apple Music

[VIDEO] I absolutely love this Apple Music ad (embedded in main Loop post). Beautifully constructed, lots of eye candy, one of those videos that’s worth pausing just to get a sense of all the pieces.

Anyone know the origin of each of these elements? Ping me.

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New York City subway entrance turned into fake Apple...

Weird, and perhaps a comment on how deeply Apple and the iPhone have penetrated our social conscience.

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∞ [VIDEO] Tim Cook on NBC Nightly News

[VIDEO] This is relatively short (a bit over 3 minutes), worth watching in spite of its brevity. Tim Cook talks social media, why Apple is different than other companies, iPhone X, Face ID, and privacy. The video is embedded in the main Loop post.

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Shipping estimates for iPhone X continue to improve...

We noted last week that some of those who’d originally been given iPhone X shipping estimates of November 10-17 had seen these change to the launch date of November 3.

Apple now appears to be working on improving delivery times for those whose estimates originally read November 17-24 …


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Earnings preview: Apple to shed light on iPhone 8...

Thursday afternoon's quarterly earnings report from Apple will be the first indication the company has given as to the performance of the iPhone 8 since it debuted in late September, though any concrete indication of the performance of the iPhone X will likely remain mum until the conclusion of the holiday period.

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“You need breathing space!”: The chaos outside a...

The video in the linked post shows a mass of people chaotically queueing up to buy an iPhone X at the Orchard Road Apple Store in Singapore.

This did take me back to the early days, when every iPhone release was met by mobs like this. I’m told that much of this crowd is scalpers, many from other countries, trying to get their piece of the pie.

Keep an eye out for the Apple employee who tries to provide order by restarting the line, only to have the chaos recreate itself.

[H/T Mr E]

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Apple granted patent for mapping app with an...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 20170315691) for a “mapping application with an interactive compass.” It involves the Maps app for macOS, iOS, and watchOS devices.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that, with the proliferation of computing devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops, users are enjoying numerous applications of numerous kinds that can be run on their devices. One popular type is the mapping app, which allows user to browse maps. 

Despite their popularity, these mapping apps have shortcomings with their user interfaces and features that can cause inconvenience to the users, according to Apple. For example, users may be limited in the variety of tools they may use to navigate a map. Furthermore, the existing tools may be limited in the variety of operations that they may be used to perform. 

Apple’s idea: a mapping app that includes several “novel” on-screen controls. In some embodiments, these novel controls include one or...

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ACLU raises privacy concerns over app developer...

Ben Lovejoy, 9to5Mac:

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has raised privacy concerns about developer access to the facial expressions of iPhone X users. In particular, they say that Apple allows developers to capture facial expression data and store it on their own servers.

When the iPhone X was launched, Apple was careful to stress that the 3D face recognition model used by Face ID was stored only on the phone itself. The data is never transferred to Apple servers. But the ACLU says that app developers are allowed to transmit and store some face data.

Interesting article. Lots of layers to this issue. There’s face tracking (think Animoji) and attention detection (are you actually watching your screen). How much of this data is hidden behind an API? In other words, does Apple simply tell a developer whether you are paying attention to the screen, or do they give you more specific data, like the current screen location on which you are currently focused...

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Apple Watch Series 3: some GPS models have ‘edge...

Joe Rossignol, MacRumors:

Apple has determined that some Apple Watch Series 3 models have an issue causing “edge stripes” to appear on the display after time.

In an internal memo distributed to Genius Bars and Apple Authorized Service Providers, Apple said the issue is to be treated like any other Apple Watch repair. Since the issue appears to be a manufacturing defect, the repair should be free under Apple’s standard one-year limited warranty policy.

If you have a GPS Series 3 Apple Watch, or plan to buy one, take a look at the image in Joe’s post so you know what to look for. Sounds like Apple acknowledges the issue, has your back if you do run into this.

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Apple fails to get lawsuit dismissed that iPhone 4...

Apple has failed to get a putative class action claiming iPhone 4 users were duped into downloading a software update that made their devices buggy and unusable dismissed. A  New York federal judge on Wednesday found that consumers adequately alleged the iOS 9 operating system was misrepresented, reports Law360.

In December 2015, a class action lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court, Eastern Division of New York, claiming Apple engaged in planned obsolescence and knew of potential compatibility issues iPhone 4s owners upgraded to iOS 9. “The update significantly slowed down their iPhones and interfered with the normal usage of the device, leaving Plaintiff with a difficult choice: use a slow and buggy device...

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Some privacy groups concerned about Face ID on the...

Some privacy groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Democracy and Technology are worried about the Face ID technology in Apple’s new iPhone X, reports Reuters.

The tech giant has promised that the facial data used to unlock the next gen smartphone will be securely stored on the phone itself. However, Apple’s privacy promises don’t extend to the thousands of app developers who will gain access to facial data in order to build entertainment features for iPhone X customers, such as pinning a three-dimensional mask to their face for a selfie or letting a video game character mirror the player’s real-world...

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Apple joins other tech companies in opposing the...

Apple has joined a legal challenge by more than 100 tech companies against a decision to end protection for so-called “Dreamer” immigrants, reports Reuters.

A legal briefing was filed Wednesday afternoon on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which protects immigrants brought into the U.S illegally as children from deportation and which the Trump administration has decided to scrap, the article adds. The filing is in support of a lawsuit filed by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra in the Northern District of California. Becerra filed an additional motion — the one supported by Apple — on Wednesday that seeks to put a block on the withdrawal of DACA.

“Apple will be harmed significantly if it can no longer benefit from the hard work, creativity, and intelligence of its...

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GarageBand for iOS brings new Sound Library and...

Apple has announced an update to GarageBand for iOS that provides even more creative options for making music on iPhone and iPad. For instance, it introduces a new GarageBand Sound Library, where users can select and download a variety of free sound packs featuring new instruments and loops.

Beat makers can tap into a new Beat Sequencer instrument inspired by classic drum machines. The app also features new Asian Touch Instruments and updates to Drummer, including six additional players.

With the GarageBand Sound Library users can now preview and download new Apple-designed sounds and instruments right within the app. These free, downloadable sound packs contain a variety of Touch Instruments, Apple loops, Live Loops templates, guitar and instrument presets and more. Users can access the Sound Library from multiple places within GarageBand and will receive alerts when new sound packs are available. Initial sound packs include Future Bass, Reggaeton, Beat Sequencer...

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Privacy advocates express concern over Apple...

A series of privacy advocates are taking issue with Apple allowing developers to use the TrueDepth camera central to the Face ID system under limited circumstances -- and with serious restrictions applied by Apple to what coders can use the data for.

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Analysts expecting Apple’s Q4 revenue to be bang in...

Apple is due to report its fiscal Q4 (calendar Q3) earnings later today, and Wall Street analysts expect the company to report revenue bang in the middle of the company’s guidance.

Perhaps reflecting the fact that it was difficult even for Apple to judge how many people would buy the iPhone 8 in September versus holding out for the iPhone X, the company gave unusually wide guidance this time around …


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macOS and iOS market share down (slightly) in October

According to the latest market share survey from NetMarketShare, the market share for both macOS and iOS dipped (slightly)  last month. 

According to the report, among desktop operating systems, macOS had 6.25% of the global market share in October, down from from 6.35% percent in September (that’s global market share; in the U.S. it’s over 13%). April 2016’s 9.2% was an all-time high, according to NetMarketShare’s measurements. Windows remains dominant with 90.77%.

iOS had 31.46% in October, up from 32.34% in September. This compares to 66.74% for Android, 0.73% for Windows Phone, and 0.37% for Java ME. The all-time high for iOS was in July 2012 with 65.94%.

NetMarketShares’ monthly surveys don’t measure market share in terms of computer systems sold. Instead they sample data from visitors to some 40,000 web sites operated by their clients. And note that NetMarketShare’s numbers don’t equate to sales.

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Stop apps from asking for reviews in iOS 11

If you dislike the pop-up windows from apps constantly asking you to leave a review in iOS 11, you put an end to it. Here’s how:

  • Go to the Settings app.
  • Tap on iTunes, then App Store.
  • Turn the In-App Ratings & Review option off.

(This how-to is based on my experiences and info on Apple's support pages — where the images sometimes come from.)

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ACLU raises privacy concerns over app developer...

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has raised privacy concerns about developer access to the facial expressions of iPhone X users. In particular, they say that Apple allows developers to capture facial expression data and store it on their own servers.

When the iPhone X was launched, Apple was careful to stress that the 3D face recognition model used by Face ID was stored only on the phone itself. The data is never transferred to Apple servers. But the ACLU says that app developers are allowed to transmit and store some face data …


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Cartographer for the Mac makes it easy to add...

By Aaron Lee

False Victories' Cartographer is a maps app for the Mac that allows developers to add annotations to maps without the need to enter coordinates by hand. The app has been designed to work with Apple's MapKit framework on both macOS and iOS. 

Annotations and shapes can be colored and titled with appropriate details. Once a map has been annotated, the details can be stored as a custom file format, or in the standard GeoJSON format. This exported file can then be used in a developer's own MapKit application saving the time of having to enter all the data manually.

Cartographer has a range of potential applications and was initially written to aid in the development of an iOS application for a music festival. This allowed numerous different locations within the festival including points of interest to be added and edited quickly, decreasing the App development time considerably and allowing last minute changes.

The Cartographer...

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