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Monday Highlights:Wall Street Journal hears Apple has brought the venerated Bob Mansfield out of retirement to head up "Project Titan", aka., Apple's car project—reports in our Apple/Macintosh section; and tomorrow afternoon, Apple will reveal quarterly earnings, largely expected to be another downer due to low iPhone sales, some see it as "'neutral event' for stock price, 'good enough' for investors", while "China could shake Apple's earnings to the core"; on the bright side, Apple may unveil the company has sold about 1 billion iPhones; Mac users who run Win 7 or 8 can still grab Win 10 if you want, but gotta do it soon; Time pits Siri on macOS Sierra against Microsoft Cortana; Thomas Brand discusses the things that make "a Mac a Mac" over at 512 Pixels; a 40,000 square foot facility leased by Apple in Bengaluru, India for iOS app dev center; Yahoo now a Verizon entity, core services bought for $4.8 billion; rumor surfaces iPhone 7 will be released on Friday, September 16th, but may sport the name iPhone 6SE instead—more in our Hardware/Software section; DigiTimes report suggests by 2018, Apple iPhones will sport iris recognition; iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak via Safari, tutorials from Redmond Pie and iClarified; Chuck La Tournous talks about how his Apple Watch saved his life.
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"Guy Kawasaki: Remembering Why Steve Jobs Has So Many Fanboys" [Video Report] Forbes 12:34 PM
"Randy Adams: Adventures With Steve Jobs at NeXT/Hiding the Porsches" [Video Report] Forbes 12:36 PM
"Regis McKenna: Remembering When Steve Jobs Played Santa" [Video Report] Forbes 12:37 PM
"Few seem to heed Tim Cook's directions on mapping apps: Apple Maps competitors fail to crack the top of the charts after Apple CEO's recommends that users try alternatives." CNET News 7:52 AM
"New iPad mini could pressure profit margins: Apple's expected debut next month of an iPad mini is likely to cause a frenzy among its fanboys — but could also put a squeeze on its top-shelf profits, analysts warn." New York Post 7:39 AM
"AAPL: iPhone 5's Amazing 93% Margin on NAND, Per RBC" Barron's 8:04 AM
"Here's How To Put Your Starbucks Card On The iPhone's New Passbook App" Business Insider 9:16 AM
"How to add your Starbucks card to Apple's Passbook app" MacDailyNews 9:12 AM
"How to Keep Your MacBook Safe: Theft Prevention and Recovery Tactics" Mactuts+ 8:47 AM
"New Feature In iOS 6: How To Use Offline Reading List For Safari" App Advice 8:45 AM
"Sorting an array of strings in iPhone: The NSArray class is often used as a container for NSString objects, making it one of the most useful classes in the entire Foundation framework. In addition to providing indexed storage for objects, we can also sort the objects using either a predefined selector or one that we provide ourselves." The iPhone Developer Resource 8:15 AM
"Turning off Facebook Calendars and Contacts in iOS 6 Tips" iLounge 3:49 PM
"How to report problems with Apple Maps" TUAW 9:17 AM
"Snappy Tips for Taking Better Pictures With Your Smartphone" AllThingsD 8:53 AM
"HP CEO Meg Whitman: Don't expect a revival before 2016" New York Times 6:51 AM
"HP CEO: We're screwed (for the next few years)/Meg Whitman reveals how badly HP was managed, hints at pain to come." Ars Technica 2:32 PM
"No HP Smartphone Next Year, Says CEO Meg Whitman: Hewlett-Packard has no plans to launch a smartphone next year but will need to sell one eventually to avoid missing out on 'a huge segment of the population,' CEO Meg Whitman said Wednesday, clarifying remarks she made last month." CIO 6:50 AM
"Ultrabooks in 2013 could see price tags of $699" UberGizmo 6:59 AM
"Cheaper Ultrabooks coming in 2013: Can lower prices boost sales" TechRadar UK 6:48 AM
"Ultraslim PC shipments to hit 65 million by 2015, researcher says: Last year, ultraslim PCs, which include ultrabooks and Apple's MacBook Air, could only muster 3.4 million unit shipments. One research firm expects that figure to rise dramatically." CNET News 2:51 PM
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