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MacSurfer's Archive: Friday, July 13, 2018


  • "Expert: Why Apple will scrap its iPhone SE and iPhone X models this year" Daily Mail 7:01 PM
  • "The 2018 iPhone might be doubly bad news for Samsung" BGR 5:54 PM
  • "I Actually Like USB-C Dongles" Gizmodo 10:02 AM
  • "Game On: A Decade of iOS Gaming"  MacStories 9:57 AM
  • "Here's why ad blockers don't work in the Apple News app" iMore 8:11 AM
  • "Did Apple just show its hand on future low-end MacBooks?"  Apple 3.0 10:50 AM
  • "Welcome to Apple's year of safe, boring Mac and iPad updates: When are we getting something actually new?" CNET 8:29 AM
  • "New MacBook Pro's Keyboard Is Not Absolutely Awful: I spent the morning typing on the 2017 and 2018 MacBook Pros, and Apple's new laptop keyboard is better. Not great, but good enough and more comfortable for long-term typing." PC Magazine 4:06 PM
  • "The 2018 MacBook Pro keyboard doesn't seem to improve reliability, and that's not great"  AppleInsider 9:10 AM
  • "The new MacBook Pros only make me long for an Apple custom processor even more: The heart of the Mac is holding it back." ["A speed boost is nice and all, but the MacBook Pro will spend at least another year without adding much to the general laptop conversation. While brands like Microsoft, Lenovo, and Huawei have been innovating with designs and concepts that push the PC into the future, Apple's laptops are still stuck in the past, despite their individual performance gains."]  Macworld 8:15 AM
  • "Comment: Two things seem obvious about the new MacBook Pro keyboard ..."  9to5Mac 8:14 AM
  • "Apple just discontinued the only MacBook Pro worth buying"  The Next Web 8:10 AM
  • "Apple's surprise MacBook Pro update further strains its relationship with pros: Nearly everyone's thrilled Apple has introduced a much higher-end MacBook Pro. But it's the way they did it that's causing pain among its most influential customers" ["Here's a quick bit of background if you don't obsessively scan the tech blogs: Apple updated its MacBook Pro line yesterday. They did it quietly, without a big event. And, they did it — in the opinion of this columnist at least — in a tone-deaf, we-don't-really-care-about-pro-users-needs kind of way."]  ZDNet 8:04 AM
  • "What makes a Chromebook so secure? Chromebooks were designed with security in mind — so what does that mean?" Android Central 8:38 AM
  • "Facebook would make a martyr by banning Infowars: Quarantine instead, or it'll be 'but her emails!' 2.0" TechCrunch 8:07 AM