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This week Benjamin and Zac share their thoughts on the Apple Watch Series 4, iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR event. Plus there’s positive HomePod news!
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Apple website leak confirms all three 2018 iPhone names; 512GB storage option
Apple sitemap leak reveals new 40mm and 44mm Apple Watch Series 4 sizes, gold stainless steel case
6.1-inch iPhone is called ‘iPhone Xr’ — will be available in black, white, red, yellow, coral and blue colors
Sitemap leak suggests Apple won’t announce new iPad Pro models today
iPhone SE and iPhone 6s may be discontinued following iPhone Xs event
Apple officially announces Apple Watch Series 4 with larger display, more
iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max announced: gold finish, two sizes, more
iPhone Xs & iPhone Xs Max feature faster Face ID support, Apple claims
Apple announces 6.1-inch iPhone XR in several colorful finishes, new A12 Bionic chip and faster Face ID
HomePod will gain support for multiple timers, phone calls, iPhone pinging, more in new update
AirPower may not make 2018 deadline, AirPods product page suggests
Apple Watch lineup drops ceramic Edition models, Modern Buckle returns, more
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Because it’s the so-called silly-season in news the show has a bit of an unusual format. The show starts off with the usual followups, a few notable numbers, and then some Apple HR News. The first main story is not a single story, but a medley of medium-sized stories. The second main story is Apple’s censorship of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars publication, and the final main story is the end of Back to My Mac. The show finishes with a quick roundup of some other smaller stories that made the news in August.
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After many years and a protracted legal battle, the failed GT Advanced Technologies factory in Mesa Arizona that was supposed to supply Apple with sapphire for its lenses and sensors has been transformed into an Apple Data Centre — tidbits.com/…
Regulatory filing show Apple have already paid about two-thirds of the €13Bn the EU insist they own in back-taxes — www.cultofmac.com/…
Ship or Slip: Apple Delays Group FaceTime until “Later This Fall” — tidbits.com/…
Numbers from Counterpoint show the nascent Smart Watch market growing by 37% year-on-year. Apple’s sales grew 17% year-on-year, so their share of the market dropped from 48% last year to 41% this year. The numbers also show that by far the most popular model remains the Series 1, accounting for 9 our of 10 Apple Watches sold — www.counterpointresearch.com/…
Gene Munster’s latest survey suggests pent-up demand for iPhones this cycle, specifically 48% of current iPhone owners intend to upgrade this cycle compared to 25% last year, and 19% of Android users surveyed are planning to switch to an iPhone (compared to 12% last year) — loupventures.com/…
Apple HR News
Music industry PR veteran Brian Bumbery joins Apple as Director of Apple Music Publicity — www.macobserver.com/…
Doug Field Returns to Apple After Leaving Tesla — daringfireball.net/…
Apple hired scores of ex-Tesla employees this year, and not just for its car project — www.loopinsight.com/…
Medley of Medium-sized stories:
Apple Adds AirPlay 2 Support to AirPort Express with Firmware Update — www.macobserver.com/…
Apple have joined the Thread Group, an industry group working on mesh networking for IoT devices — www.macobserver.com/…
Consumer Reports finds that ApplePay is the best P2P mobile payment platform in the US with a score of 76% (Venmo is second with 69% and Square’s Cash App third with 64) — www.consumerreports.org/…
Business Insider report on a secret meeting Apple held with select developers last year to discuss subscriptions in the App Store — tidbits.com/…
Apple expanding pilot program allowing repairs of select vintage Macs — www.loopinsight.com/…
Apple leads other tech companies in removing some content by incendiary US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his group Infowars from their platforms:
Facebook removes Infowars pages, following Apple and Spotify — www.marketwatch.com/…
Alex Jones hit with bans from Facebook and Apple — arstechnica.com
Alex Jones Infowars App Still on App Store Even After Podcasts Were Blocked — www.macobserver.com/…
Apple Defends Its Decision To Allow Infowars In The App Store — www.buzzfeednews.com/…
Twitter suspends Alex Jones for urging people to keep “battle rifles” ready — arstechnica.com
Apple have announced that macOS Mojave will not support Back to my Mac, and suggest some alternative Apple technologies for users to use in its place — www.macobserver.com/…
Apple’s support document on the end of Back to My Mac — support.apple.com/…
Alternatives to Back to My Mac — www.imore.com/…
Edovia’s Screens as a Replacement for Back to My Mac — daringfireball.net/…
Allison recommends Jump Desktop as a replacement — www.podfeet.com/…
Apple have improved their GiveBack recycling program so you can get instant credit by trading in old devices when purchasing new ones — www.macobserver.com/…
iPhone 8 logic board replacement program: What you need to know — www.imore.com/…
The first excerpts of Small Fry, Lisa Brennan-Jobs’ memoir, have been published, and the book was released on September 4 — tidbits.com/…
Save the Date — Gather Round Apple Event
Apple have invited the press to an event with the tag-line gather round on 12 September — www.loopinsight.com/…
The event will be live-streamed — www.apple.com/…
Apple’s ‘Gather round’ event & original iPhone keyboard designer Ken Kocienda on the AppleInsider Podcast
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk through Apple’s latest acquisition and some of the rumors leading into the upcoming Apple event, and Victor speaks with the designer directly responsible for the first iPhone keyboard, Ken Kocienda.
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The Legal Geeks, Jessica Mederson and Joshua Gilliland, are proud to be attorneys and geeks.
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John is joined by Merlin Mann to discuss managing family tech use and the upcoming iOS 12 Screen Time family features.
John is joined by Stephen Hackett to compare and discuss their Mac menu bar apps.
Today we bring you the next episode of the Steal This Show podcast, discussing renegade media and the latest decentralization and file-sharing news. In this episode we talk about the ‘copyfight,’ censorship, and the future of the Internet with Cory Doctorow, sci-fi author and co-founder of Boing Boing.
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