This week on AI: Q3 beats forecasts, 'Apple Car' leadership changes, augmented reality plans & more

in General Discussion edited July 2016
The big news this week was Apple's quarterly results, which beat expectations even if they were still largely downhill. Meanwhile though, big shakeups were revealed within the "Apple Car" team and CEO Tim Cook teased the company's interest in augmented reality.

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Everything you need to know:

  • Apple's June-quarter numbers weren't as bad as anticipated > >
  • Bob Mansfield is now in charge of the "Apple Car" project > >
  • Apple is openly exploring augmented reality technology > >
  • 2018 iPhones could have iris scanners > >
  • Apple has sold over 1 billion iPhones since 2007 > >
  • "iPhone 7" preorders could start Sept. 9 > >
  • The first photos of an alleged "iPad Pro 2" surfaced > >

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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

Apple's Q3 beats expectations with $42.4B in revenue, 40.4M iPhone sales

Apple shakes up electric vehicle team, places Bob Mansfield in charge of 'Project Titan' - report

Apple CEO Tim Cook bullish on augmented reality, says company investing in AR tech

Rumor: New iPhones with secure iris scanners coming in 2018

Apple has sold more than 1 billion iPhones

'iPhone 7' preorders rumored to kick off on Sept. 9

Exclusive: First photos of alleged 'iPad Pro 2' surface in China

Apple bolsters 'Project Titan' self-driving software team with former QNX CEO

Home button on Apple's waterproof 'iPhone 7' won't click, will use haptic feedback instead - reports

Australian banks say Apple Pay is anticompetitive, appeal to anti-trust regulators

Apple Maps adds Parkopedia data on garages and parking lots

Apple's content negotiation tactics have 'alienated' cable providers & networks - report

Apple reaps $7 billion after finalizing latest bond sale

Rumor: Second-gen Apple Watch to feature new, thinner 'One Glass Solution' touchscreen
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