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Apple has done the best job avoiding blowback from Trump and lawmakers: Roger McNamee

Apple has done the best job avoiding blowback from Trump and lawmakers: Roger McNamee

Apple has been more successful than others in Silicon Valley in avoiding policy blowbacks from President Donald Trump and lawmakers, according to Roger McNamee, an early investor in Google and Facebook.
Customers begin lining up at Apple stores for Apple Watch Series 4 & iPhone XS

Customers begin lining up at Apple stores for Apple Watch Series 4 & iPhone XS

Ahead of the official release of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 tomorrow, customers have started lining up at Apple stores around the world. Images shared on Instagram and Twitter show queues forming in Australia, Singapore, and other countries.
New Trump tariffs won’t include fitness trackers or the Apple Watch

New Trump tariffs won’t include fitness trackers or the Apple Watch

For months, tech companies have been worried about looming tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports, raising prices on crucial tech products by as much as 25 percent. Today, the industry finally got some good news: according to a Bloomberg report, the final tariff list won’t include devices that receive and transmit voice data, 
Apple now accepting preorders of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and Apple Watch Series 4 [u]

Apple now accepting preorders of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and Apple Watch Series 4 [u]

Similar to previous iPhone launches, preorders first went live on the dedicated Apple Store app for iOS, with Apple.com coming online shortly thereafter.  The stainless steel iPhone XS and XS Max are available in the same silver and Space Black finishes seen on last year's iPhone X, but Apple is adding a new gold hue to the palette for 2018.
Live from Apple’s iPhone event

Live from Apple’s iPhone event

Gooooood morning, Cupertino. Today’s the big event at Apple  HQ. 2018’s been a slow year for Apple hardware (including a complete no-show at WWDC a few months back). As ever, we’ll be on-hand to help make sense of all the news as it breaks, and you can follow along with our handy live blog below. For those who want it straight from the source, you can follow Apple’s live stream or over on Twitter.
S. Korea May Ban Import of Apple's iPhone X

S. Korea May Ban Import of Apple's iPhone X

The Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy is investigating the allegations that Apple infringed on the KAIST’s FinFET-related patent. With the investigation period already extended twice, its final determination is likely to be in favor of the KAIST. Then, import of Apple phones such as the iPhone X may be banned.
Apple supplier shares slide after Trump tells tech giant to make products in U.S.

Apple supplier shares slide after Trump tells tech giant to make products in U.S.

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Shares of Apple Inc (AAPL.O) suppliers fell across Asia on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted that the tech giant should make products in the United States if it wanted to avoid tariffs on Chinese imports.
Apple's Netflix-competitor video service will make more than $4 billion by 2025, Morgan Stanley says

Apple's Netflix-competitor video service will make more than $4 billion by 2025, Morgan Stanley says

Apple's video streaming offering will be a multibillion-dollar business for the smartphone maker, according to Morgan Stanley. The firm reiterated its overweight rating for Apple shares, saying investors are underestimating the strength of its services business.
Apple to provide online tool for police to request data: letter

Apple to provide online tool for police to request data: letter

(Reuters) - Apple Inc (AAPL.O) plans to create an online tool for police to formally request data about its users and to assemble a team to train police about what data can and cannot be obtained from the iPhone maker, according to a company letter seen by Reuters.
2019 iPhone sticking with Face ID, but Android moving to in-screen fingerprint sensors

2019 iPhone sticking with Face ID, but Android moving to in-screen fingerprint sensors

Unsurprisingly, Apple does not plan to integrate fingerprint sensors under the screen of its 2019 iPhone, leaving the field open for Android adoption. In a note seen by AppleInsider, Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International securities believes that Apple has left Touch ID behind for full-screen iPhones,


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