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Class action suit accuses Apple of selling Macs without needed dust filterssacto joe said:Sounds like a manufacturing defect, not a design flaw. I’ve certainly never seen this problem personally. I doubt Apple owes anything more than a replacement.
That’s not to say Apple shouldn’t investigate the issue, assuming it hasn’t already done so. And if they haven’t, then someone’s head needs to roll at Apple.
90% of respondents in Apple employee-made survey want remote work optionred oak said:1,800 self-serving responses. LoLTime for these people to move on and try to find a better situation
Lobbying group backed by Apple and Google rails against Open App Markets Act
EU to propose common charger for all smartphones, ignores Apple's protest80s_Apple_Guy said:Apple with it’s using USB-C for iPads but Lightning for others has no leg to stand on with this argument. It switched its laptops to USB-C creating huge ewaste. Apple likes to argue both sides of the coin when it comes to its costs. Very disingenuous.Smartphones have already saved the world massive amounts of waste. A manuals that took up binders now fit in an iPad, people no longer by cd’s or cassettes, barcode scanners, DSLRs, video cameras, safety equipment, diagnosis equipment, the list goes on and on for how much smartphones divert waste from the landfill (not just e-waste)
Huawei celebrates Nikkei iPhone Ban by posting 2019 greeting from an iPhoneavon b7 said:
Those 'halo' features you mention are clearly having the desired effect. Apple is going to be behind in many areas for almost the entirety of 2019. Sales look to remain flat for Apple while Huawei has set new records for itself with every flagship it released in 2018, shifting almost 50,000,000 more units than in 2017.
Huawei's 2019 looks far more uncertain than Apple's:
a) Carriers around the world are abandoning plans to use Huawei for 5G networks
b) Bad press from the criminal charges levied agains CFO Meng Wanzhou, could hamper sales in North America
c) If Huawei is found in violation of Iran sanction like ZTE was, they could be banned from using US technology. At the very least they will be looking at Billions in fines and change of board of directors.
d) Trump is looking at issuing an executive order, banning Huawei and ZTE equipment from US. https://www.techradar.com/news/trump-considering-formal-us-ban-on-huawei-and-zte
e) Huawei stock is down 50% for the year. Not a good omen for a company that is supposed to "set new records" this year. https://www.google.com/search?q=SHE%3A+002502&oq=SHE%3A+002502&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.238j0j9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Apple to remove popular DOS emulator for iOS from App Store
Claris FileMaker Pro updated with Shortcuts support, more
Apple decides to skip upcoming Senate antitrust hearing, drawing criticism
Epic's Tim Sweeney calls Google 'crazy,' says 'Apple must be stopped'crowley said:Being able to buy an app once and have the purchase be valid across platforms does have an appeal.
Apple announces 'Tap to Pay', lets users take payments on iPhoneStabitha_Christie said:dee_dee said:1 million to 1 odds this will only be available to developers that don’t use a 3rd party service for payment.