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Techeia News Update: April 17, 2018 at 12:32PM

Apple Daily update ⋅ 17 April 2018 NEWS New iPhone Leak Confirms Apple's Risky Gamble Forbes Apple is set to start the production of the OLED screens for 2018's new iPhones next month. This will see Tim Cook continue his strategy of sacrificing market share and sales numbers to maintain higher margins and more expensive iOS-powered smartphones. The news comes via Taiwan's Economic ... Apple's dominance in China is over, UBS says - Business Insider Apple: Not Too Late For Shareholders To Act - Seeking Alpha Apple Is Making a Push For iPhone 3-D Sensing - U.S. News & World Report Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant Apple planned to release a gold iPhone X but it may have been scrapped CNBC Apple apparently designed a gold-colored version of the iPhone X but didn't release it. A recently-released Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filing shows the handset. Before the release of the device, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities forecast in a note that a "blush gold"-colored ... Apple's leaked memo warns leakers to stop leaking leaks - The INQUIRER Why Apple Inc. Won't Release an iPhone 9 This Year - Motley Fool FCC images suggest existence of a gold Apple iPhone X; here's how it looks - Moneycontrol.com Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant Spotify lures away Apple Music's head of hip-hop programming Engadget The war between Apple Music and Spotify is clearly heating up. Variety has discovered that Spotify recently poached Carl Chery, Apple Music's Head of Artist Curation for hip-hop and R&B programming. It's not certain when he's leaving or what he'll do next (we've asked both Apple and Spotify for ... Apple Music's Hip-Hop Programming Head Carl Chery Exiting for Spotify (EXCLUSIVE) - Variety Apple Music loses hip-hop and R&B curator to Spotify - AppleInsider Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant James Comey on Apple and Google's Data Encryption: They 'Drove Me Crazy' Fortune Former FBI Director James Comey isn't only talking about President Donald Trump in his new memoir, A Higher Loyalty. In a discussion on encryption and data security, Comey said that Apple and Google's decision in 2014 to encrypt their mobile devices to improve user privacy angered the former FBI ... Flag as irrelevant Apple Watch might soon have access to third-party watch faces Pocket-lint.com Raise your hand if you don't want Mickey Mouse on your Apple Watch. Apple's smartwatch is a few years old at this point, and yet, it still doesn't support third-party watch faces. In other words, developers aren't allowed to create their own watch face experiences for Apple Watch, and you're stuck with the ... Apple Watch beta may hint at third-party faces later in 2018 - VentureBeat The Apple Watch may support third-party watch faces in the future - Ars Technica Apple is reportedly offering free repairs for some Apple Watch owners — here's what happened ... - Markets Insider Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant Apple May Have Abandoned Plans for Gold iPhone X Investopedia (blog) Apple Inc. (AAPL) may be gearing up to launch a gold iPhone X—or was planning to and opted against it. Citing a Federal Communications Commission filing, CNBC reported that Apple had filed with the FCC to produce a gold version of the iPhone X, but hasn't moved to release it. Nor have there been ... No turnaround for Apple in China due to smartphone 'saturation': UBS - CNBC Apple cracks down on leaks that have revealed future of iPhone and more, leaked memo reveals - The Independent 'Invasion Of Privacy' streamed record 100mn times on Apple Music - Business Standard Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant Tony Fadell thinks Apple should tackle device addiction CNET Calling for a "scale" to measure our "digital weight," Fadell says that Apple is well-positioned to empower its users to better make informed decisions about their device usage. "You should be able to see exactly how you spend your time and, if you wish, moderate your behavior accordingly," Fadell writes ... 'Father of the iPod' Tony Fadell suggests 3 features Apple could add to the iPhone to fight device ... - Business Insider 'Father of iPod' Tony Fadell thinks Apple needs to tackle iPhone addiction, company reportedly ... - 9to5Mac Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant Why Netflix CEO Reed Hastings calls his company 'the anti-Apple' Business Insider Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said at a TED conference on Saturday that his company's culture of open information sharing among its employees makes it like an "anti-Apple." "We're like the anti-Apple. They compartmentalize, we do the opposite. Everyone gets all the information," he said. Hastings ... Flag as irrelevant Apple Warns About Media Leaks—In a Leaked Memo Investopedia (blog) Apple Inc. (AAPL) has warned its employees to stop leaking internal information on future plans and raised the threat of potential legal action and criminal charges against such actions—that's according to a leaked post from the company's internal blog. The lengthy memo marks the smartphone maker's ... Flag as irrelevant Apple cracks down on drone pilot who shoots epic Apple campus videos MarketWatch Apple AAPL, +0.62% is not the first company to have drones flying over its property. Tesla Inc. TSLA, -3.04% has observed drones in its airspace over Fremont, Calif., capturing footage and production information. Other drone videos posted to YouTube show aerial footage over secretive data centers of ... Flag as irrelevant See more results | Edit this alert You have received this email because you have subscribed to Google Alerts. Unsubscribe | View all your alerts Receive this alert as RSS feed Send Feedback

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