Tim Cook is optimistic about social progress

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Oct 112017
 

 Apple CEO Tim Cook is optimistic about the progress of human rights across the globe, despite the fact that things seem to be growing more bleak by the minute. In an interview with the Independent, Cook explained history gives him hope that humanity is moving in the right direction: I think that history sort of ebbs and flows at time, but the arc always goes in a certain direction. And I… Read More
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Beware of sketchy iOS popups that want your Apple ID | Ars Technica – Ars Technica

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Oct 112017
 

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Beware of sketchy iOS popups that want your Apple ID | Ars Technica
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One of iOS' rougher edges are the popups it produces on a regular but seemingly random basis. These popups require users to enter their Apple ID before they …
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Apple scraps Weinstein-produced Elvis series after harassment allegations

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Oct 102017
 

 A report from Deadline says that Apple is walking away from a Weinstein Company-produced series on Elvis, in light of the recent harassment allegations surrounding co-founder Harvey Weinstein. Weinstein has since been fired from The Weinstein Company. A source close to Apple confirmed the cancellation with TechCrunch. According to Deadline, “the Elvis project was in very early… Read More
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Slow iPhone? Apple’s iOS updates aren’t to blame – Telegraph.co.uk

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Oct 092017
 

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Slow iPhone? Apple's iOS updates aren't to blame
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According to data from more than 100,000 devices running iOS, Apple's system updates do not cause phones to slow down. The research from Futuremark shows Apple has in fact kept most of its iPhone processors running at similar speeds to when they …
Apple quietly releases iTunes 12.6.3 with iOS App Store for people who still want itThe Verge
Apple Brings Back iOS App Support in iTunes (Sorta)Lifehacker
Apple Seeds Second Beta of iOS 11.1 to Developers and Public Beta Testers With New EmojiMac Rumors
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Apple’s head of design says some people ‘misuse’ iPhones — and it reveals a growing problem for Apple

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Oct 092017
 

Apple’s two most senior executives have answered questions about people overusing smartphones by suggesting they get an Apple Watch. The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, and The Guardian have all recently published long stories about how …
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