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Forbes

Apple Leak Reveals Significant iPhone Design Changes
Forbes
The analysts claim the range itself will be comprised of three iPhone X-based designs: a second generation iPhone X, larger iPhone X Plus and new, cheaper LCD model I dub the 'iPhone X SE'. In addition to this, Barclays believes Apple will deliver a ...



BGR

The case for using the iPhone X without a case
The Verge
The iPhone X, the most expensive smartphone Apple has ever made, is undeniably an aesthetic marvel, from the chrome-colored rounded corners and the reflective glass rear cover to the elliptical vertical camera module. Regardless of your thoughts on the ...
Beautiful concept imagines what 'normal' Apple AR glasses might look likeBGR
Apple Employees Literally Keep Running Into Glass WallsCinema Blend

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CNBC

Former Google and Apple exec now challenges Stanford students to design products that make people happy
CNBC
In December, Facebook researchers admittedthat using the service to passively consume content on the site, as opposed to interacting with others, could have a downside. All this reflection is old news to Leanse, who's been evaluating how tech companies ...

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CNET

Apple HomePod: Every tip and trick you need to know
CNET
Apple's HomePod ($349.00 at Apple) puts out amazing sound, though it locks you into Apple's so-called walled garden. If you're OK with that, odds are you already have a HomePod sitting on a shelf in your home right now. Now Playing: Watch this: Set up ...
Apple's 'white ring' problem reflects a surprising lapse in quality control, but industrial design experts say it ...Business Insider
The new $349 Apple HomePod is a waste of money for mostMoneyish
No Spotify? That's not so smart, Apple: ROB WAUGH reviews the HomePod (and issues a warning over leaving it on ...Daily Mail

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Charleston Post Courier

On business: South Carolinians take on Apple in suit over sluggish iPhones
Charleston Post Courier
“These software updates that slow down the older phones coincide with the release of newer iPhone models, causing users to believe their phone is failing and they need to purchase a new device,” he said in the lawsuit. But aggrieved South Carolina ...
iPhone 7 deals - The best prices around for Apple's awesome smartphoneExpress.co.uk

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CNET

Can Samsung still claim to be ahead of Apple?
CNET
Yes, there might be a more entertaining unlocking tool or perhaps a virtual fingerprint reader, but will these be sufficient to add a new chapter to Samsung's Apple-mocking? Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. Some might see an ...
Apple's slow iPhone X sales are hurting Samsung tooMashable
Apple's iPhone X is the Instant Scapegoat for Samsung's Failure to Win OLED Orders from Chinese VendorsPatently Apple
Apple may completely do away with iPhone home buttonNEWS.com.au
Rappler
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Forbes

MacBook Pro Finds New Success But Loses Human Touch
Forbes
During 2017, Apple increased the market share of the MacBook laptop family to 9.6 percent, sneaking it ahead of Asus and into fourth place in the laptop share table, according to Trendforce's latest data. But has Apple traded away the distinctive ...



Dakota Wesleyan Announces Initiative, Partnership With Apple
U.S. News & World Report
Dakota Wesleyan Announces Initiative, Partnership With Apple. Dakota Wesleyan University has unveiled an initiative and a partnership with international technology company Apple. Feb. 18, 2018, at 1:36 p.m.. Dakota Wesleyan Announces Initiative ...

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Business Insider

Apple's finances show it is going nowhere in video until it acquires Netflix (or something like it)
Business Insider
That has led some to believe that Apple is at the beginning of a giant on-ramp of original video content investment which will result in a powerful rival to Netflix. Former Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, for instance, predicted that Apple's annual ...

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The Independent

Apple 'repeatedly calls emergency services' after multiple employees injured walking into glass panes at new HQ
The Independent
Apple employees reportedly keep walking into the glass panels which form the walls of the spaceship-like building. According to Marketwatch, at least two suffered cuts to their heads and required treatment by emergency services. It is not clear how ...
Apple Employees Keep Smacking Into Their New Headquarters' Glass WallsTIME
Apple Workers Literally Hit The Wall, As New Campus Has Glass HazardDeadline
Apple Employees Can't Stop Walking into Glass WallsVanity Fair
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