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Tuesday June 13

05:31
Self-driving machine learning at core of Apple'...




In an interview following the WWDC keynote, Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook teased about the company's future car plans -- but as usual, divulged little in the way of concrete details.

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05:30
Tim Cook: Apple is working on self-driving car tech

Apple CEO Tim Cook confirms to Bloomberg that the company is developing self-driving car technology, which he calls a “core” technology. The comments mark the first time Cook has discussed the long-rumored “Apple Car” project publicly, though he was vague about any manufacturing plans.

“We’re focusing on autonomous systems,” Cook said in an interview on Bloomberg Television on June 5. “It’s a core technology that we view as very important We sort of see it as the mother of all AI projects. It’s probably one of the most difficult A.I. projects actually to work on.”

Apple’s self-driving car prospects have involved Project Titan, the car development program that started...

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05:29
A deep dive into Apple’s China troubles

There’s a lot to process in this 110 slide presentation on Apple’s China business. At its core, China is placing restrictions that are breaking the stickiness of Apple’s ecosystem.

From the China Channel presentation:

TO MOST CHINESE IPHONE USERS THE IPHONE IS JUST A LUXURY PHONE. THEY HAVE NO SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT IN APPLE’S SERVICES ECOSYSTEM

And:

APPLE’S CHINA SERVICE ECOSYSTEM HAS BEEN SYSTEMATICALLY STRIPPED AWAY BY LOCAL COMPETITORS

And:

FROM APRIL 2016 IBOOKS AND ITUNES STORE HAVE BEEN BLOCKED IN CHINA. CHINESE AUTHORITIES ORDERED THEM TO BE TAKEN OFFLINE.

In most markets, Apple can depend on ecosystem loyalty. Most iPhone users would never even think of shifting over to an Android device. There’s brand loyalty, for sure, but there’s also ecosystem stickiness at work here. My photos, music, documents, etc., are all on my Apple devices, and I already have a great deal of expertise in using all this data, moving around the...

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05:23
Chess.com app stops working on 32-bit devices, but...

If you’re using an older iPhone or iPad and wondering why the Chess.com app isn’t working, it’s nothing to do with iOS 11: it’s because the total game counter has hit the magic number of 2,147,483,647 …

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05:15
Leaked component images hint at next-gen iPhone...

The world may have gotten a glimpse of the next-gen iPhone’s components.

A redditor who shared some images from “a friend in the industry” has posted what appear to be assorted components and glass back panels for the iPhone 7s, 7s Plus and iPhone 8 designs.

The iPhone 8 front panel features top-to-bottom glass for the display, with a cut-out near the top for the camera and earpiece. The rear glass panel includes a vertical dual-camera cutout with what appears to be the camera’s external component nearby. The camera component includes a top and bottom camera with spacing in the middle for what has been rumored to be the camera’s flash.

Perhaps most surprising about the iPhone 8 glass panels is any sign of a Touch ID sensor hole. This could correspond with rumors that the iPhone 8 has an embedded Touch ID sensor within its front display. It’s unknown as to whether the iPhone 7s or 7s Plus panels will incorporate a rear Touch ID sensor.

There also...

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05:00
Apple now offering the largest dividends of any...

It looks like Apple is now paying the largest dividends of any company in the world.

Apple is now the world’s largest payer of dividends after increasing its quarterly payout by 10.5% to 63 cents a share, according to data compiled by Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst at S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC. Now boasting $13.2 billion in annual distributions, Apple has dethroned Exxon Mobil, the previous global dividend king.

At present, Apple is now distributing more in quarterly dividends than the entire market cap of US Steel, Silverblatt points out.

To put a value on it, if the announced increase were paid out this month, Apple would have to potential to set a new S&P 500 monthly cash dividend record of $51.6 billion.

Apple also recently announced that it will set up a $35 billion fund to buy back its own shares, thereby bringing its total share repurchase plan to $210 billion. The expansion of stock buybacks is likely intended to bolster...

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05:00
New Stem Cell Treatment Offers Dramatic Burn-Healing...


A med-tech startup has developed a fast and easy way to treat certain burn wounds with stem cells. RenovaCare harvests a variety of cells, including stem cells, from a healthy area of skin on a patient. Those cells are then suspended in a water-based solution, which is loaded into the company's SkinGun and sprayed onto the wound. "The sprayer allows us to have a generous distribution of cells on the wound," explained Roger Esteban-Vives, director of cell sciences at RenovaCare. The procedure takes about 90 minutes.

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05:00
Eero is taking pre-orders on its second-generation...

Touting onboard Thread radios, Eero’s CEO says this is the beginning of a new smart home platform.

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04:50
Tim Cook says self-driving car tech ‘incredibly...

Tim Cook has been a little more open than usual about the open secret that Apple is working on autonomous driving technology, describing it as an ‘incredibly exciting’ field. He did so in an interview with Bloomberg TV that apparently took place on June 5 but was published today.

Cook had previously avoided the question altogether, said vaguely that Apple was ‘exploring’ cars or told people to wait and see what the company had planned. He did, though, express more enthusiasm in this brief interview …

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04:30
How to prepare your Mac for selling it

With all the newly announced Mac hardware, you may be considering selling your current hardware and splurging on some of the new stuff. If you’re getting ready to sell your Mac, you should make sure all your data is off of it before turning it over to another person. To do this, make sure that all of your data is backed up, then sign out of everything.

To sign out of iTunes:

  • Open iTunes on your Mac. 
  • Click Account in the Menu bar on the left side of your screen. 
  • Click on Sign Out.

To sign out of Messages:

  • Open Messages on your Mac.
  • Click Messages in the Menu bar at the top left corner of your screen.
  • Click Preferences from the drop-down menu.
  • Select your iMessage account.
  • Click on Sign Out.

To sign out of iCloud:

  • Click on the Apple icon () in the upper left corner of your Mac's screen.
  • Click System Preferences from the drop-down menu.
  • ...
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04:10
Apple granted patent for Touch ID sensor in power...

A series of apparent iPhone 8 leaks still haven’t answered one of the biggest questions about this year’s flagship iPhone: will the fingerprint sensor be embedded into the display?

We know that Apple has numerous patents for this type of embedded fingerprint...

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04:00
Flip PDF Pro for the Mac makes it easy to create...

By Aaron Lee

Flipbuilder's Flip PDF Professional for Mac makes it easy to create page flip catalogs from PDFs. You can create catalogs, brochures and other marketing collaterals from PDF files. 

Flip PDF Pro includes features that allow a Mac user to quickly convert PDF pages into page flip catalogs. The software can be used to create flip books by adding rich media such as audios, videos and animations. 

Flip PDF Pro allows users to drag and drop a variety of objects for creating a unique presentation. And you can do so seamlessly. You can embed YouTube Videos, animated text, flash files, and other pre-designed objects for creating page flip e-books that can prove helpful in delivering a message to your target audience. The page flip catalog can be distributed over the web and accessed from a variety of gadgets including the iPad, iPhone and Android devices. 

Flip PDF Pro costs $...

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for June 12, 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.

macOS Apps/Updates

Tension Software has announced AutoCrypt 2.3 for macOS. It’s an update of the encryption/decryption app with a document-based approach. 

Using a document, AutoCrypt lets you saveall the settings used to encrypt or decrypt collections of files in a document using an AES-256 algorithm. Using these documents, it can be used for the encryption and decryption batch process of large quantity of files in a single click.

AutoCrypt requires macOS 10.10 or higher and costs $7. It’s available both from the company website and from the Mac App Store.

Ohanaware has released App Wrapper 3.8, an update to their App Store preparation tool. It...

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00:01
Logitech’s new Circle 2 home security cameras can be...

Buyers will need to choose between wired and wire-free models, along with a host of accessories.

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00:00
Logitech releases Circle 2 camera with future...

Logitech today has officially announced the release of its new Circle 2 home security camera. The latest version is an upgrade from the original Logi Circle camera, introducing more flexible hardware options for customers. Users of the Circle 2 will be able to install the camera indoors or outdoors, and add additional accessories as they see fit.

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Monday June 12

23:14
2016 MacBook Pro Blowout: High-end 15" Touch...




The price wars are heating up on Late 2016 MacBook Pros with standard and upgraded models discounted by hundreds of dollars with no tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. Plus, use our exclusive coupon code at Adorama to unlock bonus savings on CTO systems while supplies last.

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19:49
GoPro Fusion with OverCapture could mark new age for...




At the GoPro Mountain Games in Vail, Colo., last week, GoPro took the wraps off its Fusion spherical camera, a hardware and software technology package that, if executed effectively, could herald the beginning of a new age of videography.

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19:16
Killer Deal: 2017 9.7-inch iPads for $299 ($30 off)...




Shoppers this week can pick up a 32GB 2017 9.7-inch iPad in any color for $299 with free shipping and no tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. On top of the cash savings, select American Express cardholders can save an additional $25 with a bonus statement credit -- check your account to see if you're eligible.

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18:25
Report Reveals In-App Purchase Scams In the App Store

In a Medium article titled How to Make $80,000 Per Month On the Apple App Store, Johnny Lin uncovers a scamming trend in which apps advertising fake services are making thousands of dollars a month from in-app purchases. The practice works by manipulating search ads to promote dubious apps in the App Store and then preys on unsuspecting users via the in-app purchase mechanism. MacRumors reports: "I scrolled down the list in the Productivity category and saw apps from well-known companies like Dropbox, Evernote, and Microsoft," said Lin. "That was to be expected. But what's this? The #10 Top Grossing Productivity app (as of June 7th, 2017) was an app called 'Mobile protection :Clean & Security VPN.' Given the terrible title of this app (inconsistent capitalization, misplaced colon, and grammatically nonsensical 'Clean & Security VPN?'), I was sure this was a bug in the rankings algorithm. So I check Sensor Tower for an estimate of the app's revenue, which showed ... $80,000...

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18:16
How to move multiple iPhone Home screen apps icons...

Earlier today, developer Steve Troughton-Smith posted a well-received tweet showcasing drag and drop functionality that’s present, yet currently disabled, in iOS 11 for the iPhone. Whether or not Apple will eventually enable such functionality for iPhone users is anyone’s guess, but I think the majority of us would welcome the addition with open arms.

That said, there is one drag and drop feature that all iOS 11 beta iPhone users already have. It’s now possible to manipulate Home screen app icons using drag and drop, allowing users to move multiple icons at once. Why use such a feature? It makes organizing iOS apps directly from the iPhone’s Home screen significantly faster. more…

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15:33
The 2017 iPad Pros

I’ve spent the last week using a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, and this is, in many ways, the easiest product review I’ve ever written. There are several significant improvements to the hardware, and no tradeoffs or downsides. There is no “but”.

  • Display: The new iPad Pros have the best displays of any computer I’ve ever seen. True Tone plus ProMotion is simply terrific. (The first generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro didn’t have True Tone; with these new models, the only noticeable difference between the 12.9- and 10.5 models is the size.) You really do have to see the 120 Hz refresh rate in person – and play with it while scrolling content on screen – to get it. You can actually read text it’s moving during a scroll. It’s not as significant as the jump from non-retina to retina, but it’s in that ballpark.

  • Pencil: The latency of the Apple Pencil on a first-generation iPad Pro is the best I had ever seen for...

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15:33
Logitech gives gamers a reason to like wireless mice

Ask dedicated gamers why they prefer wired mice over wireless and you'll hear two familiar refrains: even a little wireless lag can be unacceptably high, and it's no fun to plug in or swap batteries mid-match. Logitech may have found a way to kill b...

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15:26
BodyGuardz Trainr Pro iPhone case perfect for your...

BodyGuardz TrainrPro

BodyGuardz recently announced the new $49.95 Trainr Pro, a new tough case with removable armband that works with all iPhone 6/6s/7 standard and Plus models. Whether you run, walk, cycle or work out at the gym, the Trainr Pro provides a great way to protect your iPhone while working out.

Design

The Trainr Pro has three layers of protection for your phone; a transparent back to protect your device while letting you show off the fact that you own an Apple product, a sport-grip elastomer on the outside of the case that makes it easy to hold, and a shock-absorbing composite called Unequal that protects your iPhone from shocks. 

Add to that the removable...

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15:23
∞ Vancouver hyperlapse

I’m lucky enough to live in one of the most beautiful areas in North America, if not the world. Up until 2 weeks ago, the first thirty seconds of the video were my backyard views in Chilliwack.

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15:03
Here’s the first trailer for the new South Park...

South Park is getting its very first proper iOS game sometime this year. It appears to follow a similar format as the console releases with a turn-based battle system and cut-scenes that look/sound like they could be lifted right from an episode. Details are light so far but South Park Phone Destroyer will hit the App Store sometime in 2017.

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15:02
'Age of Empires' is getting a 4K upgrade

Hey, Blizzard: you're not the only developer that can remaster a classic real-time strategy game. Microsoft has unveiled Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, a rework of Ensemble Studio's history-based conquer-the-map title. Graphics and sound get the...

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14:59
Apple begins rolling out Swift Playgrounds 2 beta to...

Apple has started sending developers access to the first beta version of Swift Playgrounds 2. The company originally announced the update at WWDC, but only opened TestFlight signups rather than releasing the first build. This evening, however, developers have started receiving Swift Playgrounds 2.

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14:47
Intel wants to make competitive VR a reality

Virtual reality doesn't have much of a foothold in the eSports world. You can watch tournaments in VR, but competing in VR? Almost unheard of. Intel wants to change that -- it's teaming up with Oculus and long-time partner ESL to kick off the VR C...

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14:31
Best Buy will let you rent gadgets before you...

Retail is tough. Customers have to be able to figure out which item will best suit their needs while retailers need to make sure their customers are happy enough with their purchases to keep them. One way to serve both needs is with a solid "try befo...

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14:28
‘Starlink’ is ‘Skylanders’ for space babies

In the spirit of games like "Skylanders," "Disney Infinity" and "LEGO Dimensions", Ubisoft Toronto announced at E3 on Monday that it is jumping into the toys-to-life genre with "Starlink: Battle for Atlas". In Starlink, you command a fleet of talente...

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14:22
AWT News Update: June 12, 2017

Image Credit: Apple Daily

It's the start of another week, and although we don't have quite the stories we did last Monday thanks to the WWDC 2017 keynote, we do have some news for you:

  • Apple is aggressively discounting older iPhone models in India in order to start making a dent in the smartphone market in the country
  • The first Apple retail store in Taiwan will open soon in the Taipei 101 skyscraper
  • Photos of what look like genuine iPhone 8, iPhone 7s, and iPhone 7s Plus parts have been leaked by a case manufacturer
  • iOS 11 will not run on at least three "recent" iOS devices this fall -- the iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, and iPad 4

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The text version of the podcast can be...

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14:21
‘Beyond Good & Evil 2’ is really happening

It's happening. It's really happening. I can't believe it's real, but it is: Beyond Good & Evil 2. At Ubisoft's E3 press conference, the long-awaited sequel was finally re-revealed with a brand new CG trailer. It starts with an anthropomorphic pi...

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14:18
'Far Cry 5' has a cult-fighting dog

The next Far Cry is based in America, and our first glimpse of gameplay at Ubisoft's E3 2017 press event suggests a game where your band of misfit guns for hire are pretty darn important -- and one of them is a dog. Amazing Grace formed the soundtrac...

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14:17
A 'South Park' mobile game is coming this...

If you're bored with Pokémon Go and happen to be a fan of Comedy Central's animated misfits, you'll soon be in luck. Ubisoft's RedLynx teamed up with South Park Digital Studios for South Park: Phone Destroyer, a free-to-play mobile game that's...

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14:10
Ubisoft's 'Steep' will soon take you...

Ubisoft's extreme sports, open-world game Steep is getting its first full expansion pack later this year. The "Road to the Olympics" add-on will, as the name suggests, take you into an experience tied around the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, S...

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14:09
Watch the best ‘Injustice 2’ players compete for $...

In a surprising move from a channel known for sitcom reruns, cable network TBS formed an esports league (called ELEAGUE, naturally) and began regularly broadcasting matches on television in 2016. To showcase its first competitive season of Injustice...

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13:53
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 12...

Notable software releases this week include Boom 3D 1.0, GarageBand 10.2, and Swift Publisher 5.0.

 

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13:53
ExtraBITS for 12 June 2017

In ExtraBITS this week, scam apps seem to be making big money in the App Store, iOS review prompts are becoming less annoying, Apple is positioning the iPad for a comeback, and the company has announced the 2017 Apple Design Award winners.

 

Read the full article at TidBITS, the oldest continuously published technology publication on the Internet. To get a full-text RSS feed, help support our work and become a TidBITS member! Members also enjoy an ad-free version of our Web site, email delivery of individual articles, the ability to make long comments with live links, and discounts on Take Control orders and other Apple-related products.

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13:48
'Skull & Bones' takes open world...

Ubisoft Singapore just announced its next game here at E3 2017, called Skull & Bones. It challenges players to rise to the rank of ultimate pirate kingpin while playing with their friends and against their enemies in an online open world. During...

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13:47
Drag-and-drop for iPhone enabled by tweaks in Apple...




Though the upcoming technology is reserved for iPads, drag-and-drop can be enabled for the iPhone by making a few adjustments to the iOS 11 developer beta, according to a series of tweets.

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13:47
'Transference' wants to scare you out of...

Today, we look at virtual reality mostly as a means of entertainment -- but the technology introduces some interesting questions. Can virtual experience be used to treat PTSD? Could it be used to create false memories? The idea of VR as a tool for "h...

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13:35
‘The Crew 2’ expands open-world racing to the air...

The middling reception to The Crew hasn't stopped Ubisoft from making a sequel. The open-world racing franchise returns with The Crew 2, this time with planes and boats thrown into the mix. You'll be racing through 'Motornation', a fictional version...

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13:30
Developer uncovers drag and drop support for iPhone...

One of the standout features in iOS 11 is support for drag and drop, which allows iPad users to easily move things such as links and images between applications. Though, the feature is limited to iPad users as Apple works to make the device more of a PC replacement.

Developer Steven Troughton-Smith, however, has discovered how to enable inter-application drag and drop on iPhone…

more…

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13:23
Gadget Ogling: Apple at Home


Apple just pulled back the curtain on HomePod, its smart speaker that seeks to hold dominion over your home empire and all the gadgets that reside within. HomePod holds a 4-inch woofer and seven tweeters, and it has six microphones to pick up your voice commands for Siri, wherever you happen to be in the room. Apple powers it with an A8 processor, and it adapts the acoustics based on the surrounding environment. It can play podcasts, provide news and weather, and change settings on HomeKit-connected devices,
but the focus here is on music.

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13:10
Review: 1More Quad Driver In-Ear Headphones

A few months ago, we reviewed the 1More Triple-Driver IEM, a $99 headphone that we still think is an excellent value. 1More is back with a new headphone that's been highly anticipated by headphone enthusiasts, the Quad Driver IEM ($199). We're going to try to resist the temptation to make a joke about 1More adding "1 more driver" to its headphones, especially because we know that the company's name is a reference to their quality control procedures. Still, we're glad 1More added "one more," because the Quads sound great.{/exp:char_limit}

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13:04
Top 10 QR codes supported by iOS 11

During Apple’s keynote at this year’s WWDC 2017, Craig Federighi announced iOS 11 support for the oft-forgotten quick response (QR) codes. While users stateside may not use QR codes regularly, for many in China it has become somewhat of a norm.

Onstage, Federighi announced the QR support as part of “some features of special interest to our customers in China.” Coming in iOS 11, the native camera will have built-in support for QR codes. No longer needing third-party apps to scan them, QR code adoption may see a bump in usage over the coming years.

Native support for QR codes in iOS 11 will open the doors for some interesting mobile interactions. With official support for HomeKit and some third-party app flexibility in iOS, let’s take a look at which QR code types are compatible with Apple’s upcoming iOS.

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13:03
'Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle' looks...

Without a doubt, the strangest Nintendo Switch rumor to surface in recent months revolved around a crossover between Super Mario characters and Ubisoft's screaming Rabbids mascots. It was doubted, argued over and eventually, all but confirmed by leak...

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12:48
'Don't Starve' studio's sci-fi...

Klei Entertainment has been putting out quality indie games like Don't Starve, Mark of the Ninja and Incognita for many years now. The developer has a reputation for solid, well-made titles with distinctive art styles and more than a little dark humo...

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12:40
Leak purports to show front and back panels of Apple...




Photos published on Monday allegedly depict the front and back panels of Apple's three 2017 iPhones, falling in line with rumors -- though there may be a reason to question their authenticity.

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12:37
A closer look at the Xbox One X

Here it is, in the flesh: the Xbox One X. Billed as the "world's most powerful console," and formerly known as "Project Scorpio," the new member of the Xbox family has finally made its debut at E3 2017. And while Microsoft is placing huge emphasis on...

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12:33
Google's smart keyboard recognizes your hand-...

Google's Gboard is gaining some additional smarts that could help save some valuable typing time... even if you're just looking for an emoji. The company has updated the Android version of its clever keyboard with a handful of features that better r...

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12:30
Inside High Sierra: HEVC promises to keep quality...




Support for HEVC, also known as H.265, was announced at the WWDC Keynote by Apple Senior Vice President Craig Federighi. AppleInsider examines the technology from a user's standpoint, said to be needed to as well keep 4K videos down to a manageable size.

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12:15
Low-grav shooter ‘LawBreakers’ comes out August 8th...

LawBreakers, the low-gravity team shooter made by Boss Key Productions, just got a release date for both its PC and recently-announced PS4 versions: August 8th, retailing for $30. But before then, the game will have another beta (sadly, still only fo...

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12:03
Watch Ubisoft's E3 2017 event right here at 4PM...

The events keep on rolling here at E3 2017 and now it's almost time for Ubisoft to take the stage. The company will make its announcements at 4PM ET/1PM PT today and you can keep it locked hear to follow the news as its announced from the Orpheum The...

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11:55
Newly leaked iPhone 8 parts give glimpse into...

We may have just gotten another glimpse at the rumored upcoming iPhone 8’s design. A redditor shared some images from what they say is “a friend in the industry,” and what manufacturers have been receiving over the last week, and they do line up with some previous rumors

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11:47
NASA will put on a colorful cloud show for the East...

East Coast-ers should take a look up tonight, because NASA is putting on a show. As part of an experiment to track how particles move in space, researchers are releasing bright, color-changing vapors into the sky.

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11:40
Apple To Soon Let Podcast Creators and Advertisers...

Big changes are coming to the podcasting world: Apple is going to let the people who make podcasts learn what podcast listeners actually like -- and what they ignore. A new version of Apple's Podcasts, which is by far the most popular podcast app, will provide basic analytics to podcast creators, giving them the ability to see when podcast listeners play individual episodes, and -- more importantly -- what part of individual episodes they listen to, which parts they skip over, and when they bail out of an episode. From a report: New extensions to Apple's podcast feed specification will allow podcasts to define individual seasons and explain whether an episode is a teaser, a full episode, or bonus content. These extensions will be read by the Podcasts app and used to present a podcast in a richer way than the current, more linear, approach. Users will be able to download full seasons, and the Podcasts app will know if a podcast is intended to be listened to in chronological order...

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11:32
The Xbox One X vs. the original Xbox One: What'...

While Project Scorpio was teased at last year's E3, it was only yesterday that we finally got a good look at Microsoft's latest console, now named the Xbox One X. It's the company's answer to Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro, bumping up the system's graphics...

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11:26
Honda's Clarity Electric launching with Apple...




The 2017 Clarity Electric, equipped with Apple CarPlay, will ship to "select" dealerships in California and Oregon beginning Aug. 1, Honda announced on Monday.

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11:17
Zelle takes on Venmo from within your bank's app

From Venmo and PayPal to Facebook Messenger, Google Wallet and even iMessage, there are plenty of ways to send money to your friends online. But these all require your contacts to have accounts set up to receive funds, which often causes friction whe...

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11:13
News: Audeze iSine now available in Apple-exclusive...

Back in January, we reviewed the innovative Audeze iSine 10 in-ear planar magnetic headphones and thought they were pretty amazing. In fact, we think Audeze’s Sine and iSine headphones are still the best expression of what can be done with headphones and the Lightning jack. For those still on the fence, Audeze just announced a new colorway for the iSine10 which will be exclusive to Apple’s online store and retail locations. The new Black/Steel…

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11:12
Video: how to install RAM on a 27-inch iMac

On Friday my new 27-inch iMac arrived (I’ll have a full review coming soon). It came stock with only 8GB of memory. However, I wanted more, but didn’t want to pay Apple $200 for 16GB of RAM or $600 for 32GB.

The answer? I ordered 32GB of RAM from MacSales/OWC, which cost me under $300. I installed it myself.

If you want more memory, this is the route I suggest you take. It’ll save you $300, and the memory installation is relatively easy as I show in this video.

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11:00
Apple's App Store Guidelines Now Allow...

An anonymous reader writes: Apple made several changes to the App Store Review Guidelines during WWDC last week, including an easing of the prohibition against downloading and executing code on an iOS device. The ban on executable code remains intact, but rule 2.5.2 now also provides that: "Apps designed to teach, develop, or test executable code may, in limited circumstances, download code provided that such code is not used for other purposes. Such apps must make the source code provided by the Application completely viewable and editable by the user.


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11:00
The Xbox One X will be great ... next year

Who wants to buy the Xbox One X, most powerful console ever made? Microsoft will have no problem persuading hardcore gamers to shell out another $500 on November 7th. But, as we've argued, it's a tough sell for most shoppers. There simply isn't a com...

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10:41
Uber's second-in-command leaves the company

Uber is rumored to be looking at a shakeup of its executive team as part of its attempt at reforming its broken corporate culture, and you might have just seen the first signs of that shakeup today. The ridesharing company has confirmed that senior b...

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10:32
It doesn't matter that Apple's '...




A report claiming Apple's "iPhone 8" won't supporting some next-generation connectivity generated some confusion about the new device's prospects -- but it really won't matter. AppleInsider explains the technology, and why the next crop of iPhones won't be impacted if Apple limits connectivity speed.

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10:22
Tweets will be official presidential records if the...

America's 45th president has a habit of writing and then deleting his social media posts and US Representative Mike Quigley wants him to stop. As such, Quigley on Monday introduced legislation to force the National Archives to include "social media"...

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10:15
FileMaker 16’s Invisible Brilliance

With FileMaker 16, FileMaker Inc. has released a significant update to one of the world’s most popular database platforms. William Porter looks at some highlights of FileMaker 16 and explains why they matter to users and developers — and potentially to the rest of the Internet.

 

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10:14
2017 iMac Configuration Quirks: Don’t Get Burned!

An alert TidBITS reader tipped us off to some quirks in Apple’s online store when configuring the just-updated iMacs. Depending on which model you start with, you might end up with a worse configuration for the same price, or you might pay more for the same configuration.

 

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10:11
Hearing Crickets at Apple's WWDC and a Pin Drop...


The two mammoth events last week were the Apple developers conference keynote and ex-FBI chief James Comey's appearance at a Senate committee hearing. Now I'm sure a lot of folks didn't have the time to watch both events -- and particularly for the Comey event, I'm sure the coverage has the right and the left believing very different realities. Apple is becoming more and more like a typical tech firm -- that is, long on technology and short on magic. This year, its initial big focus was on how fast the Apple Watch can launch apps.

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09:39
Apple prepares to open first Taiwan store in iconic...




Apple's first store in Taiwan is coming soon to the ground floor of Taipei 101, one of the world's tallest skyscrapers, the company announced over the weekend.

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09:28
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09:21
Watch: Control Center gets overhauled (again) in iOS...




Control Center in iOS 11 is both expanded and customizable, offering quick access to more key iPhone features than ever before with just a swipe up from the bottom of the screen. AppleInsider shows you how it works.

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09:18
Get Spigen’s super slim Kuel QS11 Magnetic Car...

This week’s sponsor is Spigen and the company’s new Kuel QS11 Magnetic Car Phone Mount available now for a limited time for $9.99.

The new QS11 mount makes improvements to Spigen’s already popular line of car mounts by streamlining the design of the mount itself and adding a super strong magnetic attachment for the fastest possible mounting of your iPhone or other device in any vehicle.

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09:04
News: Apple eliminates ability to use custom prompts...

After rolling out the ability to use its StoreKit API to simplify in-app review prompts in iOS 10.3, Apple’s App Store Review guidelines now say the company will no longer allow custom prompts going forward. The new process allows the user to leave a rating and/or review without ever leaving the app and eliminates the need for developers to write their own code to create the review prompt, but there are also drawbacks. Apple now limits the maximum…

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08:57
External Link: Scam Apps Are Making Big Money in the...

How does an app from a no-name developer earn $80,000 per month on the App Store? Johnny Lin decided to find out. The app “Mobile protection :Clean & Security VPN” claims to scan your iPhone for viruses and malware, charging a whopping $99.99 for a 7-day subscription (it seems to have disappeared now). Of course, thanks to iOS sandboxing and other security features, malware isn’t a significant issue in Apple’s mobile operating system. Lin details how unethical developers are taking advantage of App Store tools and policies to bilk unsuspecting iOS users, and he offers some suggestions for how Apple can solve the problem. It’s baffling that Apple approved apps like this in the first place — perhaps it’s a side effect of faster app review times. Until Apple removes these scam apps and improves its app review policies, spread the word to make sure family and friends don’t get ripped off!

 

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08:49
Streamz smart streaming headphones eliminate the...

The last few days we've seen some amazing projects coming from the crowdfunding platforms. Today a new project launched on Kickstarter for Streamz, which are voice controlled smart streaming headphones. Streamz have built-in storage expandable up to 256GB, use Wi-Fi, have a built-in graphic equalizer, and can stream music from Spotify and Pandora without the need for an intervening iPhone.

The base specs for Streamz are pretty impressive:

  • Internal 4GB storage expandable to 256GB through SDXC slot
  • HD 96kHz/24 bit DAC (Hi-Res Audio)
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • Internal microphone and rechargeable battery
  • Built-in OLED color display

The designers have also figured out how to use Google Drive to automatically transfer new music you've installed onto your iOS or macOS devices...

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08:36
Honda Clarity all-electric arrives August 1st as...

The Honda Clarity EV, Honda’s new all-electric model for its Clarity line, is officially arriving August 1st as the latest vehicle to come with Apple’s CarPlay in-dash platform stock.

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08:35
News: Apple allowing resellers to cut prices on...

Apple is allowing resellers to slash prices on its older iPhone models to break into India’s cell phone market, Bloomberg reports. While Apple’s official website is only currently selling the iPhone 6S and SE in India, resellers like Amazon and Flipkart are offering the iPhone 5, 5S, and 6 for a substantial discount over what other parts of the world would pay. Varuni T.V., a business professor in India, recently bought her first iPhone…

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08:14
AAPL drops in wake of broader tech selloff, claims...




Apple shares are down over $10 since Friday, reportedly part of a broader selloff of U.S. technology stocks, but also reflecting concerns over upcoming iPhones using slower cellular modems than their rivals.

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07:58
News: Ad loophole in App Store search is letting...

A new post on Medium shows just how easy it is for scammers to use Apple’s App Store Search Ads to dupe users into paying hundreds of dollars for undelivered services from useless apps. Author Johnny Lin came across one app in particular — “Mobile protection :Clean & Security VPN” — that raised his attention with multiple misspellings and poor grammar in its listing, but still somehow managed to take in $80,000 a month in…

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07:43
The early 10.5-inch iPad reviews are in, and the...

Ben Lovejoy, 9to5Mac:

It’s been a week since Apple announced the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, and the early reviews are now in. While reviewers do express a few reservations along the way, the overwhelming tone is positive.

Phrases like ‘Apple pays off its future-of-computing promise’ and ‘the biggest step forward the category has made yet’ suggest that tech writers are finally taking seriously Apple’s claim that an iPad is for many a realistic replacement for a PC.

There is disagreement about just how far that claim stretches, and eyebrows raised over the all-in price of a device that makes little sense without a Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, but those are the only real reservations found.

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07:28
Comment: Apple needs to clamp down on App Store...

A quite stunning story came to light over the weekend of a scam app charging people a staggering $400 per month through an in-app purchase disguised as a free trial – for an app that does nothing in the first place.

Taking advantage of App Store search ads to achieve visibility, the app claims to be a virus and malware scanner, and for anyone naive enough to install it presents a dialog box offering a ‘free trial’ that actually charges them $99.99 for a 7-day subscription …

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07:11
News: Apple’s feud with Qualcomm could leave iPhone...

Apple’s aversion to solely using Qualcomm modems in its new iPhones will likely leave the devices unable to take advantage of 1-gigabit-per-second download speeds offered by cellular providers, Bloomberg reports. While AT&T, Verizon and other wireless carriers have upgraded their networks to be capable of gigabit transfers — which are up to 100 times faster than previous speeds — only Qualcomm’s modems can currently handle downloads…

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06:55
Apple allowing retailers to slash pricing on older...




The business realities of India as a market have pushed Apple to allow authorized vendors to cut prices dramatically in India on older phones, dating as far back as the iPhone 5.

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06:54
WaterField announces case for the Apple Magic...

WaterField Designs has extended its Magic Keyboard Slip Case line with a custom-fitted size for Apple's new Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad. 

The $39 Keyboard Slip case protects the device from dings and spills with light padding enveloped in a waxed canvas or ballistic nylon shell. The case includes a rear mesh pocket to hold the Lightening-to-USB Cable or other small accessories.

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06:33
Foxconn head says Apple & Dell are key partners...




Apple, Dell, and Kingston are currently the three other partners in a Foxconn-led group bidding for Toshiba's memory unit -- though still more tech firms may sign on with just days to go, according to Foxconn's chairman.

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06:32
∞ Who tweeted this? “Weekend read: Inside a Mac...

Take a wild guess as to the author of that tweet. Give up? Check the main Loop post…

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06:23
How to make $80,000 per month on the Apple App Store

Johnny Lin, Medium:

I scrolled down the list in the Productivity category and saw apps from well-known companies like Dropbox, Evernote, and Microsoft. That was to be expected. But what’s this? The #10 Top Grossing Productivity app (as of June 7th, 2017) was an app called “Mobile protection :Clean & Security VPN”.

Watch as Johnny Lin follows the money. This is no isolated incident.

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06:20
How to modify your AirPods double-tap gesture in iOS...

In a nutshell, you need to update your AirPods firmware, then use the updated Settings to customize the right and left AirPods double-tap gesture. Great tip with detailed instructions.

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06:17
Foxconn CEO: Apple is in on the bid for Toshiba’s...

Foxconn CEO Terry Gou confirms last week’s news that Apple that will join its bid for Toshiba Corp's semiconductor business. He says saying that Apple’s board and CEO Tim Cook have signed off on the deal, though he didn’t specify financial details.

Gau says Amazon is close to joining and includes Microsoft, Cisco Systems, and Google among the list of potentially interested investors.  

Toshiba hopes to choose a chip unit winner on June 15 if the legal fight with Western Digital doesn’t interfere. 

Toshiba is spinning-off its core memory chip business and seeking outside investors in it. Apple could be interested as the move would allow it to lock in memory technology for its iPhone and other...

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06:16
AAPL shares continue to slide in pre-market trading...

AAPL shares have continued to fall in pre-market trading after losing almost 4% in value on Friday. At the time of writing, pre-market trading shows a further decline of 1.6%.

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06:16
∞ Watch Tim Cook’s MIT commencement speech

[VIDEO] From the dean’s introduction of Tim Cook (about 5:47 in, video embedded in main Loop post):

It only seems natural that he should have wound up at the helm of the company that has changed the texture of our lives more than perhaps any other company in the history of the world.

Hyperbole? Perhaps. But there’s a core of truth there. I can’t think of a company that has changed the world in quite the same way.

The speech itself is terrific, inspirational, worth your time. I especially enjoyed Tim’s passionate words about Steve Jobs.

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06:00
Frustrated by winmail.dat files? Letter Opener saves...

Anyone who has owned a Mac has run into them — those mysterious winmail.dat files. You try double-clicking on those files and nothing happens, leaving you to wonder what someone from the world of Windows was trying to send you. Fortunately, there is a solution available in the form of Letter Opener for macOS, macOS Mail and iOS (free trial for macOS and iOS with in-app premium purchases).

What are winmail.dat or MSG files? They’re email messages from Microsoft Outlook that cannot be read natively by Macs. Mac users also occasionally receive XPS files, which are Windows document files that need to be converted to PDF format before they’re readable. Particularly if you’re a Mac user in an all-Windows environment, those winmail.dat, MSG and XPS files can be frustrating.

How easy is Letter Opener to use? On iOS devices, just tap and hold on the winmail.dat file, then select “Copy to Letter Opener” to open...

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06:00
Deal of the Day: Get The Complete Swift 3 Hacking...

Last week's Apple World Wide Developer Conference pointed out just how important the development community is to Apple and to the economy as a whole. One of the best ways to become part of that community is to learn Apple's programming language Swift, so we're going to make it painless for everyone to get the training they need. Our Complete Swift 3 Hacking Bundle is on sale this week for $35.

For that $35, you get lifetime access to five courses valued at $700. Packed into those courses are 744 lessons designed to take you from newbie to pro. Here's what you get:

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: The Complete Swift 3 Hacking Bundle

In today’s iLounge Deal you can pick up The Complete Swift 3 Hacking Bundle for only $35 — that’s 95% off the regular price. This collection of five courses will take you through everything you need to know to master advanced Swift 3 coding techniques, including building amazing Apple Watch apps, coding challenges that take you through real problems and real solutions, making desktop macOS apps with Swift 3, and going through the process…

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05:47
Executable code allowed in iOS 11 apps for...




The new developer's guidelines promulgated by Apple for iOS 11 have made a big change, allowing developers to include executable code in apps used for educational purposes, or for developer's tools.

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05:41
$1B hedge fund founder thinks Amazon will beat Apple...

It’s been widely predicted for many years now that AAPL will become the first company in the world to achieve a market capitalization of a trillion dollars, but one credible commenter thinks Amazon may get there first.

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05:15
iFixit offers 32GB RAM upgrade kit for Apple’s 2017...

This will definitely come in handy.

iFixit recently noticed that the RAM in Apple’s new 21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K display was upgradable and is already offering a kit to take advantage of this fact.

It’s been noted that the base 3.0 GHz model tops out at 16GB of RAM and that the only way to jump to 32GB of RAM is to purchase the pricier 3.4 GHz model. In order the snag the 32GB configuration, you’d have to pay an extra $200 for the faster model, plus another $600 to scale up to 32GB of RAM.

iFixit’s 32GB RAM kit is available for $299.95 before delivery and includes the following items:

32 GB (2x16GB) of DDR4-PC2400 2400MHz RAM

Replacement Display Adhesive Strips

iMac Opening Wheel

iMac Service Wedge

Plastic Cards

Spudger

Tweezers

Phillips #00, T5, T8, and T10 Bits

Driver Handle

iFixit has labeled the upgrade as “potentially dangerous” given that it requires you to handle a power...

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05:00
Rumor: Samsung currently manufacturing 80 million...

In spite of past arguments and legal troubles between Apple and Samsung, it’s estimated that Samsung will deliver around 80 million OLED screens suitable for the next-gen iPhone before the end of 2017 —but a later than expected date for mass shipments for the phone is still expected.

Per DigiTimes, which cited “sources from the upstream supply chain”, Samsung and other component manufacturers have geared up for supplying components for not just the “iPhone 8,” but the “iPhone 7s” family as well.

Apple’s order of roughly 80 million OLED screens will occupy about half of Smasung’s manufacturing capacity for the final six months of 2017. The rest of the capacity will meet Samsung’s own needs, although it’s thought that some units will remain in reserve should Apple need them.

DigiTimes expects that Apple will ship around 50 million of the “iPhone 8” before the end of 2017 —but will only have about three million on hand for the start of sales. The report claims...

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