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Weekend Highlights:Who really wins with Apple's cash repatriation? Shareholders.; eleven years running, Fortune crowns Apple the world's most admired company; Dan Moren opines on the axiom that "Apple knows best" as if a benevolent dictator; Europe, South Korea add to lawsuits over iPhone throttling; and the slowdown controversy could provide push needed to pass Right to Repair bills; Apple announces addition of 70 universities and colleges in Europe to Everyone Can Code program; Samsung plans to avoid notch by simply cutting holes in full screen display; KGI's latest report posits larger iPhones in 2018, offsetting weaker iPhone X demand in China—more in our Hardware/Software section; Jason Snell reviews iMac Pro; Ray Wong at Mashable thinks Apple's plan for battery updates is a bad idea.
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"Is Apple Trying to Do Too Much to Mark the iPhone's 10th Anniversary? Anticipation of an anniversary iPhone have pushed Apple shares to new highs, but a delay of even a week would mean a lot of missed revenue" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:45 AM
"Put Down the IPhone and Appreciate Its Genius: Apple changed mining, and manufacturing, and the way we wait in lines. And made the music we listen to poorer." Bloomberg 11:58 AM
"Defining the 21st Century: The iPhone is the best selling product ever, making Apple perhaps the best business ever." asymco 3:34 PM
"Inside Apple's 6-Month Race to Make the First iPhone a Reality" Wired 7:26 AM
"The iPhone changed the way we communicate with our parents" The Verge 8:53 AM
"Apple gets too much and too little credit for the iPhone" The Verge 11:08 AM
"How the iPhone made accessibility accessible to everyone" Cult of Mac 11:09 AM
"The iPhone Has Objectified Our Faces" Motherboard 10:35 AM
"iPhone 2020: For the iPhone's 10th birthday, we imagine its future" Mashable 7:43 AM
"Why Apple's future's up on ransomware: Thousands of enterprises must upgrade fast. Apple is a viable choice" Computerworld 7:28 AM
"Apple has to get over its privacy hang-ups and launch better services" CNBC 1:44 PM
"Apple, AR, and The Potential for an Apple AR Headset" Tech.pinions [Subscription Required for Full Article] 9:56 AM
"Apple makes searchable WWDC 2017 video transcripts available" 9to5Mac 10:37 PM
"Apple publishes WWDC17 video transcripts, reminds developers of 64-bit app requirements" AppleInsider 10:37 PM
"As the iPhone turns 10, let's look back at 2007" [Slideshow] CNET 7:27 AM
"Qualcomm is taking fingerprint scanners below the surface: You can expect to start seeing fingerprint sensors underneath phone displays next year, says the chipmaker at Mobile World Congress Shanghai." CNET 7:32 AM
"Qualcomm demos working in-screen fingerprint reader, lending confidence to iPhone 8 hopes" 9to5Mac 7:51 AM
"Qualcomm's Screen-Embedded Fingerprint Sensor Makes Debut at Mobile World Congress" The Mac Observer 7:26 AM
"Vivo beats Apple to an under-display fingerprint scanner" Engadget 8:49 AM
"The revolution in your pocket: How the iPhone changed everything/Apple expert Jason Snell reflects on 10 years of using the iPhone, and how it forever altered the way people work and live." TechRepublic 5:23 PM
"Here's how Samsung Bixby stacks up against Apple's Siri" Mashable 3:25 PM
"Apple's 'Planet of the Apps' is even worse than you thought: Here is what you get when you watch a reality show made by the world's most valuable tech company." The Outline 9:20 AM
"Why This Apple Inc. iPhone 8 Rumor Isn't So Crazy: This Fool thinks reports of iPhone 8 display manufacturing challenges may have merit, despite supplier Samsung's experience building OLED displays." The Motley Fool 8:46 AM
"Apple Soothsayer Predicts Apple Glasses" Mac360 8:37 AM
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