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Friday, November 27, 2015
Checked 8:15 PM; Last Updated 6:50 PM CST; 00:50 GMT


  • "Apple is a hot product for holiday shoppers: Retailers' deals on iPads, Watches and other Apple products indicate this could be a strong holiday start for Apple — even though Apple refrained from offering any of its own discounts."  USA Today 6:47 PM
  • "How Apple's winning Black Friday — at full price: Despite avoiding the Black Friday bustle, Apple is still managing to generate holiday buzz on Main Street and Wall Street alike, an Internet analyst told CNBC."  CNBC 3:36 PM
  • "Consumers lose as banks snub Apple's 'digital wallet' system: The Reserve Bank has been urged to examine potential anti-competitive behaviour in the emerging card-free payments market amid claims the banks have frozen out newcomer Apple Pay." Sydney Morning Herald 7:43 AM
  • "Australians banks accused of freezing out Apple Pay" Cult of Mac 7:44 AM
  • "Australian banks accused of anti-competitive behaviour by refusing to allow customers to use Apple Pay" 9to5Mac 7:44 AM
  • "Apple Can Leverage China's Booming Mobile Payments Market" Market Realist 9:12 AM
  • "Can Apple Find Success with Apple Pay in China?" Market Realist 9:12 AM
  • "Face it: You can't beat Apple. So, you might as well join them"  The Globe and Mail [Free Registration Required] 11/26
  • "Apple Could Make $15 Billion From Winning The NFL's Thursday Night Football Rights"  Forbes 11/26
  • "Why the Internet Could — But Probably Won't — Land a Mega-Deal With the NFL" ["CEO Tim Cook was willing to spend $3 billion to buy a headphone company with a music app. What would he pay for can't-watch-anywhere-else TV?"]  Re/code 11/26
  • "Apple Inc. Wins Gold With New iPhones: Critics say Apple doesn't innovate anymore. Let's explore why this is wrong (kind of) and why this Fool is bullish on the company."  The Motley Fool 11/26
  • "All-in-one PC shipments to drop over 10% in 2015" ["As for the second-largest, Apple, its iMac shipments are expected to grow 5% on year in 2016. iMac's main manufacturer ... In the third quarter, Apple sold about 5.7 million iMacs and MacBooks, up 4% from the same quarter a year ago. For 2015, the sources also expect Apple's iMac shipments to grow about 5% on year."] DigiTimes 11/26
  • "For Apple and Venmo, China Shows What Lies Ahead: As Apple Pay enters China, the country's lead in mobile payments provides a road map of sorts" [Paid Membership Required] 11/26
  • "Is Apple Stepping Up its VR/AR Efforts with Faceshift Buy?" Zacks 11/26
  • "Apple buys Star Wars tech firm Faceshift to up its VR game" Melbourne Age 11/26