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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, June 9, 2018


  • "iOS 12: Five features we're excited about/Get ready for Memoji, better notifications and ways to cut down on screen time." CNET 7:14 AM
  • "Apple and the State of Web Tracking: It's nearly a given that your internet activity is being monitored, but does it have to be that way?"  The Ringer 7:15 AM
  • "Apple inches closer to $1tn mark as Wall Street tech panic dissipates: Tech's stock market dominance is no longer a Wall Street fear as Apple is close to becoming first company valued at $1tn"  The Guardian 7:15 AM
  • "WWDC 2018: Apple's counterintuitive business moves/Apple's recent decisions seem to run counter to the company's business model, but they may just be its most savvy moves yet."  Macworld 6/8
  • "WWDC 18: Where Apple AI met computer vision/Apple's focus on machine intelligence and computer vision makes new uses possible and liberates user interfaces even further from the desktop."  Computerworld 6/8
  • "Why was there no new hardware at Apple's WWDC 2018? Recode's Dan Frommer explains why the company is focusing on software updates, including ARKit and Siri."  Recode 6/8
  • "The Apple Watch will get touch-sensitive, solid-state buttons: The Apple Watch will be getting solid state buttons that don't move up and down but rather sense the touch of a finger, a source with direct knowledge of Apple's plans tells Fast Company."  Fast Company 6/8
  • "Future Apple Watch to Adopt Solid State Buttons With Haptic Feedback" MacRumors 6/8
  • "Apple and Google are heading in the same direction, but on different paths: Both companies are doing very similar things"  The Verge 6/8
  • "Apple and Google harden its smartphones against hackers and governments: As techniques used by criminals and law enforcement become known, the two leading smartphone makers are adapting to protect user data."  Macworld 6/8
  • "Apple warns suppliers of 20% drop in new iPhone parts orders: Sources say US company prepares two OLED models earlier to avoid repeat of last year's delays"  Nikkei 6/8
  • "Apple, Suppliers Drop After Report of Cut in iPhone Orders" Bloomberg 6/8
  • "Apple warns suppliers of lower parts orders for new iPhones: Nikkei" Reuters 6/8
  • "Supply chain needlessly predicting doom and gloom for 2018 iPhone early"  AppleInsider 6/8