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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, February 11, 2018


  • "Goldman Sachs: Apple is primed for a much bigger acquisition than $3 billion Beats" ["Netflix would probably cost about $73 billion — well within Apple's cash budget, Citi believes."]  Business Insider 8:39 AM
  • "Apple may be the one of the world's largest watchmakers" Digital Trends 8:37 AM
  • "Google Is Getting Ahead Of Apple: Alphabet, Google's parent company, is getting ahead of Apple on Wall Street lately. Alphabet's shares have gained 27.54% over the last twelve months and 171.64% over the last five years, compared to 18.54% and 137.93% of Apple over the corresponding periods." Forbes 12:48 PM
  • "Apple sold more watches than Rolex, Swatch, and the rest of the Swiss watch industry combined"  Business Insider 2/10
  • "iPhone X 'Plus': Improving On A Great Phone In 2018" Forbes 2/10
  • "iPhone source code was reportedly leaked by former Apple employee" Neowin 2/10
  • "iPhone iBoot And Baseband Source Code Leaks Linked To Apple Intern With Ties In Jailbreak Community" Redmond Pie 2/10
  • "How Apple is Paving the Way to a 'Cloud Dictatorship' in China"  Global Voices 2/10
  • "How a Low-Level Apple Employee Leaked Some of the iPhone's Most Sensitive Code: This is how a small group of friends lost control of the leaked iBoot source code."  Motherboard 2/9
  • "The HomePod is the point of no return for Apple fans: This speaker is openly hostile to any hardware or service not made by Apple"  The Verge 2/9
  • "HomePod in the age of Artificial Intelligence: One of the hottest trends of 2018 is going to be AI. It's baked into all the virtual assistants offered by Apple (Siri), Google (Google Assistant née OK Google), Microsoft (Cortana), Samsung (Bixby née Viv) and Amazon (Alexa)."  iMore 2/9
  • "Apple Unfazed By iPhone Source Code Leak, But Solution Providers See Exploit Risk" CRN 2/9
  • "iPhone security doesn't depend on source code secrecy, Apple says while issuing takedown notice" BGR 2/9