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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, May 9, 2018


  • "Apple, Influence, And Ive: The greatest designer of our generation talks watches for the very first time."  Hodinkee Magazine 1:52 PM
  • "Apple's Jony Ive discusses his 'best friend' and the origins of the Apple Watch in a new interview" Business Insider 11:44 AM
  • "Jony Ive: Watch was meant to broaden Apple's relevance and prepare for future" VentureBeat 2:22 PM
  • "Apple Plans to Sell Video Subscriptions Through TV App: Apple Inc.'s plan to reinvent cable TV is starting to look a lot like the strategy of its rival Inc."  Bloomberg 3:58 PM
  • "Apple to Sell Subscriptions to Streaming Services Through its TV App" MacRumors 3:59 PM
  • "Apple Looking to Copy Amazon's Subscription Video Distribution Strategy (Report)"  Variety 7:33 PM
  • "Smartphone shipments fall 6.3% in Europe in Q1 2018" ["Apple outperformed the market and shipped over 10 million units, but this still represented a 5.4% decline. As a percentage of models shipped, the iPhone X declined slightly from Q4, to around 25%, but it remained comfortably the best-shipping smartphone in the region. Apple's larger portfolio strategy will become more important as the year progresses, with over 25% of its Q1 shipments the iPhone SE, 6 and 6S – models that are over two years old. This wider spread of shipments did, however, offset the value growth driven by the pricier iPhone X."]  Canalys 7:07 AM
  • "Huawei smartphone sales surge in Europe as Apple and Samsung stumble" VentureBeat 7:11 AM
  • "European smartphone shipments fall by record margin in first quarter" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:06 AM
  • "Apple sells an iPhone X every three seconds in Europe" Apple Must 8:46 AM
  • "Apple reportedly cracks down on apps sharing location data with third parties: The privacy focused tech giant is removing apps from the App Store that violate its guidelines." CNET 7:11 AM
  • "Apple is reportedly removing apps that share your location data with third parties: Apps must not transmit 'user location data to third parties without explicit consent from the user'" The Verge 7:31 AM
  • "Apple Axes Apps Sharing Location Data With Third Parties: Cupertino seems to be more strictly enforcing existing App Store rules ahead of General Data Protection Regulation, which takes effect on May 25." PC Magazine 11:22 AM
  • "Apple Cracks Down On Rogue Apps That Share Your Location Data With Third-Party Firms" HotHardware 3:54 PM
  • "Apple and Samsung disagree on how to avoid jury confusion regarding the article of manufacture" Foss Patents 9:22 AM