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MacSurfer's Archive: Monday, September 17, 2018


  • "The first iPhone XS sample photos are predictably gorgeous" BGR 7:31 PM
  • "Why Do So Few Merchants In San Francisco Accept Apple Pay?" Forbes 6:06 PM
  • "Being practical about iPad Pro, Mac mini, iMac and other possible Apple launches in October: We can't even guarantee that there will be another Apple Special Event in October —yet that hasn't stopped, squashed, or even dented the rumors of how great it will be. AppleInsider looks at the facts behind other October events, and what could still be on the way." AppleInsider 5:41 PM
  • "Apple's first iPhone XS ad is a grand illusion, or is it a deception?" ZDNet 1:09 PM
  • "Remember When a New iPhone Cost $199? (Premium)" Thurrott 12:52 PM
  • "How does Security Code Autofill work on iOS?" Apple Must 11:32 AM
  • "How enterprises can control iOS update bandwidth demands" Computerworld 9:52 AM
  • "Will You Get iOS 12 Public Release OTA Update If You've Installed iOS 12 GM or iOS 12 Beta?" iPhone Hacks 9:42 AM
  • "5 reasons not to buy the iPhone XS or XS Max: Apple's shiny new phones are ready for preorder. If you're trying to convince yourself not to pick one up, you've come to the right place." CNET 6:41 AM
  • "Forget tariffs, Apple highest luxury tax ever has already pushed prices to the breaking point: The Apple Tax is real."  Macworld 6:31 AM
  • "Nine tales from Apple's other corporate campus"  Apple 3.0 6:25 AM
  • "Munster: Look which iPhones disappeared first" 24/7 Wall St. 6:32 AM
  • "iPhone SE 2 release date: Is Apple's miniature phone line dead?" Expert Reviews 6:33 AM
  • "See the Google Pixel 3 in two new colors" phoneArena 8:48 AM
  • "Microsoft Surface Go review: The Surface Go succeeds at further miniaturising the Windows 10 experience into the most affordable Microsoft hardware to date. It works because it's fun, something Windows often struggles to be" Tech Advisor 7:54 AM
  • "How artificial intelligence can edit your pictures" BBC 6:09 AM
  • "50 Years InTech. Part 4: The Exxon Delusion/Exxon's failed foray into the world of information systems proves once more that culture devours everything, about $4B in its case. How come the supposedly wise Boston Consulting Group didn't tell Exxon about incompatible cultures?" Monday Note 6:05 AM