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MacSurfer's Archive: Tuesday, August 14, 2018


  • "Inside the iPhone Repair Ecosystem: Where Do Replacement Parts Come From and Can You Trust Them?" ["Our exploration of the repair ecosystem was inspired by a video sent to us by a trusted source that MacRumors has worked with in the past, who captured footage inside one of the many facilities in China that are dedicated to creating aftermarket iPhone parts."]  MacRumors 2:03 PM
  • "Apple is beefing up a team to explore making its own health chips: Apple has a team exploring a custom processor that can make better sense of health information coming off sensors from deep inside its devices, job listings show."  CNBC 2:41 PM
  • "Job ads hint Apple is bringing health analysis processor design in-house" VentureBeat 3:45 PM
  • "Berkshire boosts Goldman stake, confirms Apple purchase" ["It also said it owned close to $47 billion of Apple stock, comprising about 252 million shares, up 5 percent from 239.6 million at the end of March."]  Reuters 3:52 PM
  • "Erdogan says Turkey will boycott U.S. electronics, lira steadies" ["'We will impose a boycott on U.S. electronic products. If they have iPhones, there is Samsung on the other side, and we have our own Vestel here,' he said, referring to the Turkish electronics company, whose shares rose five percent."]  Reuters 7:51 AM
  • "Erdogan's Apple Boycott Ignores American Tech's Omnipresence"  Bloomberg 8:00 AM
  • "How Apple's AI imaging vision may save lives: Apple's developing machine intelligence platforms enable future evolution in computer imaging and healthcare"  Computerworld 11:07 AM
  • "Australia plans law for tech firms to hand over encrypted private data: Australia on Tuesday proposed a new law requiring technology firms such as Alphabet Inc's Google, Facebook and Apple to give police access to private encrypted data linked to suspected illegal activities. ... It sets fines of up to A$10 million ($7.3 million) for institutions that do not comply, and jail time for individuals" Reuters 7:36 AM