This week on AI: Apple rakes in $88.3B holiday, 'iOS 12' features delayed, iPhone X produc...

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The standout news was Apple's most lucrative quarter ever, fueled by the iPhone despite an apparent decline in units. We also caught a glimpse of what's coming -- and not coming -- to this year's "iOS 12."

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Everything you need to know:

  • Apple chalked up $88.3 billion in revenue last quarter, despite missing iPhone forecasts > >
  • "iOS 12" features like a redesigned homescreen are being postponed > >
  • Other delayed features include multiplayer AR and new photo-sorting code > >
  • Apple is facing U.S. government scrutiny over throttling iPhones > >
  • iPhone X production is allegedly being cut in half > >
  • Subsequent stories cast doubt on that idea, however > >
  • As many as three Macs could use Apple's T-series chips this year > >
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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

Premium-priced iPhone X, iPhone 8 propel Apple to $88.3B in revenue in its best quarter ever

Apple delays refresh of home screen in 'iOS 12' to focus on performance & reliability - report

'iOS 12' features put on hold said to include multiplayer AR games, automatic sorting of photos

Apple responding to US government inquiries over iPhone throttling

Apple said to be cutting iPhone X production in half due to slow sales

Apple supplier Murata casts doubt on claims of lowered iPhone X production

Up to three Macs coming with T-series security chips, shift to Apple CPU inevitable

Apple reaches settlement, licensing agreement with Immersion following iPhone haptic feedback lawsuits

CNN blames Apple for bombarding users with repeated Apple News push notification

US DOJ, SEC investigating how Apple handled throttling of aging iPhone batteries

Report reaffirms Apple still plans to 'allow iPad apps to run on Macs this year'

Early 18-core iMac Pro orders now shipping to US customers, 14-core model still absent

Apple temporarily kicks Telegram off of App Store for 'inappropriate' content

Apple confirms HomePod audio sources limited to Apple Music, iTunes purchases, podcasts & AirPlay

Apple Pay finally coming to Brazil later in 2018


  • Reply 1 of 2
    ivanhivanh Posts: 87member
    In terms of version and release control, all maintenance deserves sub-version releases only.  iOS 12? What’s the great features giving it the honour for an integer increment? 
    What about iOS 11.2.6, 11.2.7...
    then iOS 11.3.1, 11.3.2 etc.
    once I see iOS 11.9.9, I may be glad to see iOS 12.0.  Make sense?

  • Reply 2 of 2
    Yeah. Why even talk about iOS 12. We are still at 11.2.5 for freakin sake.
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