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Tuesday Highlights: Former Apple CEO John Sculley sees iPhone decline as biggest problem facing company today; Apple to announce Q3 results on 7/30, estimates coming in from Motley Fool, Seeking Alpha; Apple appears before House Judiciary Committee over antitrust; Jason Cross at Macworld hopes Catalyst in Catalina will pave way for iOS ports of Messages and Maps to macOS; another life saved by Apple Watch; Arabic version of App Store in testing; Facebook under grilling in US Senate over cryptocurrency plans; new MacBook Air "significantly slower" than previous models; warning for those wanting to install public beta of iOS 13 due to bugginess including saved password exposure, app gifting bug.

  • "Apple to Target Combining iPhone, iPad and Mac Apps by 2021: Apple Inc. wants to make it easier for software coders to create tools, games and other applications for its main devices in one fell swoop — an overhaul designed to encourage app development and, ultimately, boost revenue."  Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 5:45 AM
  • "Apple reportedly planning to combine iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps by 2021: Project Marzipan and a new Mac Pro could be talking points at WWDC in June." Ars Technica 10:26 AM
  • "Apple could make a big change to the App Store that follows in Microsoft's and Google's footsteps, report says" Business Insider 10:25 AM
  • "Apple's secretive self-driving car project is starting to come into focus: The company delivers its voluntary safety report to the feds, which is mostly notable for the details it lacks"  The Verge 3:38 PM
  • "Apple sets a high bar for operators of its self-driving car: With an underwhelming 2018 in the books for Apple's self-driving car program, this new NHTSA report seems to show the company is serious about self-driving car safety." CNET 3:43 PM
  • "It's time for Apple to get back into the smart home in a big way: There is no end to the opportunities for Apple in the home."  Macworld 5:41 AM
  • "How Apple's Enterprise App Program Became The New Wild West Of Mobile Apps: Apple dug a tunnel beneath the App Store, and the rats are getting through" The Verge 10:22 AM
  • "Apple's Pullstring acquisition is a benefit to Siri services" Business Insider 10:22 AM
  • "Apple Answers Two-Factor Authentication Questions Raised by Developers" MacStories 3:50 PM
  • "Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 76 With Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements" MacRumors 12:39 PM
  • "How to do basic editing and detailed markup of PDFs on Mojave" AppleInsider 10:22 AM
  • "How to use Mac Mail's Smart Mailboxes for better project management" Apple Must 11:54 AM
  • "Enhancing Your Favorites Bar With Emoji" MacMost 10:07 AM
  • "Have a 2018 Mac? Here Are 5 Things to Know About the New T2 Audio Bug" iDrop News 10:26 AM
  • "Sent From My $10 Mac: Pondering the lessons on user experience to be gained from using a 14-year-old Mac Mini as a daily driver. Can it be done, honestly?" Tedium 11:15 AM
  • "'Marzipan' rumored to expand from iPad apps to iPhone apps on the Mac: What's better than iPad apps on the Mac? iPhone apps, at least if recent rumors are correct." iMore 8:51 PM
  • "Gurman: Marzipan roll-out a three-year process" Six Colors 3:42 PM
  • "Apple's plan to integrate iOS, macOS apps could mean renewed focus on desktops: Apple's move to enable the development of apps that run on iPhones, iPads and Macs could mean the company now sees more growth potential in desktops as the smartphone market becomes more saturated." Computerworld 3:42 PM
  • "Does Apple plan one App Store to rule them all?" Apple Must 11:11 AM
  • "Marzipan could be a big deal for the future of the Mac" 9to5Mac 10:22 AM
Press Releases
  • "Tunnel Lighting Calc 2.2 macOS CAD to perform lighting calculations for road tunnels" Brotens 10:06 AM
General Interest/Potpourri
  • "'It saved my life': Apple Watch, Fitbit are notifying users of medical emergencies"  USA Today 8:18 AM
  • "43% of the world's iPhone users have enabled Apple Pay" Apple Must 10:08 AM
  • "Apple Pay activated on 383 million iPhones, worldwide" AppleInsider 10:43 AM
  • "HomePod sold 1.6 million units over the holidays" Cult of Mac 5:43 AM
  • "Report: Smart Speaker Sales Hit a Record 86 Million Units in Q4 2018" Thurrott 8:25 AM
  • "Smartwatch Shipments To Reach 166 Million By 2023, As Big 4 Smartwatch Vendors Set To Lose Market Share: Apple, Fossil, Fitbit and Samsung to see market share for smartwatch shipments decline to 47%" Juniper Research 6:23 AM
  • "iPhone supply chain settling down, stabilizing after rough holiday quarter" AppleInsider 7:48 AM
  • "Aid from Apple would deliver 'critical mass' for NPR's podcast analytics tool" Current 8:24 AM
  • "Apple turned 'bokeh' into a verb, and photographers hate it"  Cult of Mac 12:33 PM
  • "Jonathan Glazer directs epic flight commercial for Apple Watch" Creative Review 8:23 AM
  • "Nike's Android app is bricking its Adapt BB self-tying shoes: Have you tried turning your shoes off and back on?" ["The Adapt BB needed a firmware update in its first week, which could only be installed via an iOS or Android app, Nike executives said in January. But for people using Android, the app for the self-tying sneakers hasn't been a perfect fit."] CNET 11:14 AM
  • "Xiaomi just can't help brazenly ripping off Apple: Oops, Xiaomi did it again" The Verge 5:52 AM
  • "Apple reseller Solutions Inc pulls down shutters, calls in administrators" The Register 6:48 AM
  • "College student caught trafficking drugs through iOS app, title still available on App Store" AppleInsider 5:42 AM
  • "Apple once gifted Karl Lagerfeld with a custom $25,000 Apple Watch, but the fashion icon might have never set it up" Business Insider 10:40 AM
  • "9 iconic work uniforms, from Steve Jobs' black turtleneck to Karl Lagerfeld's sunglasses and 1,000 white, high-collared shirts" Business Insider 10:23 AM
  • "Laurene Powell Jobs Invests in Reese Witherspoon's Production Company" Bloomberg 12:33 PM
Non-Apple News
  • "Samsung's new wireless earbuds can do one crucial thing that Apple's AirPods can't" Business Insider 2:32 PM
  • "Samsung Debuts Galaxy S10 and S10+, Along With Premium S10 5G and Lower-Cost S10e" MacRumors 2:26 PM
  • "Samsung's true wireless Galaxy Buds are tailor-made for the S10: You can charge the $130 true wireless earbuds on the back of the S10 and S10+." Engadget 2:13 PM
  • "Samsung's Galaxy Buds are cheaper than AirPods and have wireless charging: True wireless earbuds are going to improve drastically in 2019, and Samsung is getting us started" The Verge 2:12 PM
  • "The Galaxy S10e is Samsung's answer to the iPhone XR, and it offers a ton for $749" Android Police 1:37 PM
  • "Samsung just announced a phone with 1TB of built-in storage" TechCrunch 1:37 PM
  • "Samsung's Galaxy Fold is coming April 26 for nearly $2,000" Android Police 1:32 PM
  • "Samsung's foldable phone is finally official—meet the Galaxy Fold: Samsung's half-phone, half-tablet gets its expected name." Ars Technica 1:21 PM
  • "Samsung's foldable phone is the Galaxy Fold" The Verge 1:21 PM
  • "Samsung has finally showed off its new foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold" Business Insider 1:20 PM
  • "Gasp! The Galaxy S10 has no iPhone-style notch: An ad accidentally aired in Norway reveals Samsung has a different solution for its new phone's screen." ZDNet 12:36 PM
  • "Your phone and TV are tracking you, and political campaigns are listening in" ["The digital fence enabled Evers' team to push ads onto the iPhones and Androids of all those attending the meeting. Not only that, but because the technology pulled the unique identification numbers off the phones, a data broker could use the digital signatures to follow the devices home. Once there, the campaign could use so-called cross-device tracking technology to find associated laptops, desktops and other devices to push even more ads."]  Los Angeles Times [Paid Membership Required] 1:00 PM
  • "The battle between real open source vs. faux open source heats up: Is open-source past its prime? Does it need to be replaced? Some companies say yes, while others say nonsense!" ZDNet 12:49 PM
  • "People don't want to pay big bucks for a new smartphone: The proportion of buyers who are willing to spend more than $750 for a smartphone is pretty small." ZDNet 12:36 PM
  • "EU governments endorse copyright reform - statement" ["Under the reform agreed last week, Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc will be forced to share revenue with the creative industries and remove copyright-protected content on YouTube or Instagram."] Reuters 10:28 AM
  • "FCC filing hints at unreleased Google Wifi hardware" The Verge 11:16 AM
  • "White paper lays out how Google is fighting 'fake news'" Android Authority 12:50 PM
  • "Gmail's very bright, very white redesign is now available to all Android users" The Verge 8:26 AM
  • "Google Admits 'Error' in Hiding Nest Secure Microphone From Users" Fortune 8:01 AM
  • "Australia is letting people use emojis as an official part of their car license plates" Business Insider 7:50 AM
  • "LG explains how the G8 ThinQ's tiny gesture sensor works" Engadget 7:50 AM
  • "Huaweiphobia is over the top, but San Francisco jury must and will hear Samsung's allegations of FRAND breach by Chinese device maker" Foss Patents 6:23 AM
  • "Leaked Renders Allegedly Reveal Samsung's Foldable Phone Hours Ahead of Launch Event" MacRumors 5:47 AM
  • "This is how Android will work on foldable phones/As the world waits for more details on Samsung's foldable smartphone, enthusiasts are left to ponder: Just how does Android adjust to work on a bendy screen?" PCWorld 5:44 AM
  • "MacVoices #19084: Briefing -The Brydge Keyboard for the iPad mini 4" MacVoices 3:37 PM
  • "Advice to 1999 Apple Customers, Facebook Tomfoolery – TMO Daily Observations 2019-02-20" The Mac Observer 12:38 PM
  • "9to5Mac Daily: February 20, 2019" 9to5Mac 11:04 AM
  • "Apple Mulling Preview of New Modular Mac Pro at WWDC in June" MacRumors 5:47 AM
  • "Apple considering WWDC Mac Pro reveal, expansion of 'Project Marzipan'" AppleInsider 6:24 AM
  • "Apple is considering previewing its upcoming modular Mac Pro architecture at WWDC in June" iDownload Blog 11:22 AM
  • "Apple Said to Combine iPhone, iPad, Mac Apps by 2021" Bloomberg 8:52 PM
  • "DxOMark: Xiaomi Mi 9 camera better than all iPhones, not as good as Mate 20 Pro"  Android Authority 12:32 PM
  • "Apple's FaceTime Still Not Working Properly for Some Users" Digital Trends 6:14 AM
  • "An Apple patent filing reveals what a foldable iPhone might look like" Business Insider 6:21 AM
  • "Apple's Sleek Folding iPhone Design Revealed In Patent Filing" HotHardware 3:52 PM
  • "Apple rolls out third public beta versions of iOS 12.2, tvOS 12.2" AppleInsider 12:38 PM
  • "Third Public Beta of iOS 12.2 Coming Today" MacRumors 11:57 AM
  • "iOS 12.2 public beta 3 coming today" 9to5Mac 11:57 AM
  • "Apple wiped all but one third-party SDK from Shazam for iOS in last update" AppleInsider 8:50 PM
Price Trackers/Deals
  • "15" MacBook Pro Prices & Sales" MacPrices 7:40 AM
  • "13" MacBook Pro Prices Prices & Sales" MacPrices 7:40 AM
  • "13" MacBook Air Prices & Sales" MacPrices 7:40 AM

  • "Samsung Galaxy S10E vs. iPhone XR: two budget flagships compared/Parsing the cheaper options" The Verge 8:51 PM
  • "How Samsung's New Galaxy S10 Compares to the iPhone XS Max: The Samsung flagship goes on sale just a few months after Apple's revamped competitor, so which is better?" Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2:06 PM
  • "Galaxy S10+ vs. the competition: The cameras are just the beginning" ["Check out the table below to see how the S10+ stands up against its closest competition like the Pixel 3XL and iPhone XS Max."] Engadget 2:57 PM
  • "Review: Brydge 10.5 Bluetooth Keyboard For iPad Pro" Forbes 10:09 AM
  • "Review: Satechi's Type-C Stand for iMac Offers Easy Access to USB Ports With Ergonomic Design" MacRumors 10:42 AM
  • "Picaso Lab iPad Pro (2018) sleeve: Handcrafted with love; Woz approved" iMore 8:18 AM
  • "Master & Dynamic MW07 review: These true wireless earphones look and sound great" TechHive 5:44 AM
  • "Sonarworks True-Fi review: The promise of studio-quality sound from average headphones" TechHive 5:41 AM
iOS Apps
  • "Hyperspektiv app glitches up your photos and videos [Review] Cult of Mac 2:13 PM
  • "'Immortal Rogue' Review – A Kickass Vampire Roguelike" Touch Arcade 10:26 AM
  • "How to clean your iPhone earpiece speaker" 9to5Mac 3:47 PM
  • "How to Run a Simple Web Server on iPad or iPhone" OS X Daily 2:12 PM
  • "How to tell if your phone is truly waterproof [Video] CNBC Videos 10:38 AM
  • "How to use iCloud Calendar and Alexa on your Amazon Echo speaker" iDownload Blog 7:48 AM
  • "Password Managers Have A Security Flaw — Here's How To Avoid It" ["'This is not limited to Windows 10 but applies to any operating system and digital device connected to the internet.'"] Forbes 6:11 AM
  • "A radical Safari tabs trick that's hard to explain in the title" Cult of Mac 3:42 PM
  • "Apple falls to the 17th spot on Fast Company's 'most innovative companies' list for 2019" 9to5Mac 8:52 PM
  • "New iPhone Leak Exposes Apple's Serious Business Problem" Forbes 7:34 PM
  • "The Galaxy S10's hole-punch display is better than the iPhone's notch, but I can't live without Face ID" BGR 2:44 PM
  • "Apple is learning why shortcut security is a bad idea: With its enterprise developer certificate program, Apple chose convenience over security. You can guess what happened."  Computerworld 1:21 PM
  • "Wish List: Whole-home AirDrop" Six Colors 1:05 PM
  • "Editorial: Apple is making us wait for a new iMac for no good reason"  AppleInsider 11:58 AM
  • "Angel/Devil: Should I buy Apple Airpods? Heaven and hell weigh in" The Next Web 11:57 AM
  • "Ben Thompson: Why Apple's heart isn't in HomePod" Apple 3.0 10:26 AM
  • "iOS 13 will finally fix of one of the most annoying things about the iPhone" BGR 8:26 AM
  • "Could These Be The Products That Apple Will Be Releasing In 2019?" MacPrices 7:53 AM
  • "People like iPhone SE, but Apple doesn't seem to care: Apple has put yet another batch of iPhone SE smartphones up for sale at its clearance store, it knows they are popular, why not upgrade it?"  Computerworld 7:48 AM
  • "All Your Subscriber Base Are Belong To Us: Apple v. news publishers seems less about the revenue split..." 500ish Words 6:23 AM
  • "Juniper is wrong; the Apple Watch will continue to gain (not lose) market share" Apple World Today 6:23 AM
  • "Brief Thoughts and Observations on Samsung's Unpacked Event"  Daring Fireball 7:28 PM
  • "Review: Canon EOS R is a fantastic full-frame mirrorless camera that feels two years behind" AppleInsider 5:13 PM
  • "Samsung's Galaxy S10e isn't the start of a cheaper flagship revolution" Engadget 3:42 PM
  • "Samsung Galaxy S10 hands-on preview: Triple threat/Three sizes, four colors, and five (or so) massive improvements." Android Central 2:14 PM
  • "Hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy S10s" Mashable 2:12 PM
  • "Samsung's Galaxy S10 has up to six cameras: here's what they all do" The Verge 2:12 PM
  • "Samsung Galaxy S10E: hands-on with the smaller, cheaper new phone" The Verge 1:38 PM
  • "I tried the entire lineup of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 phones. Here's what they're like in person" Business Insider 1:37 PM
  • "Those Galaxy S10 prices: Why expensive smartphone upgrades without 5G are just plain dumb/So, you want to spend over $1,000 on a new Android or an iPhone with no next-generation wireless network? You're nuts." ZDNet 12:37 PM
  • "Galaxy S10: All Samsung's latest flagship has to do is save the smartphone industry" ZDNet 12:37 PM
  • "Google's ambitious plan to push into video games is about to be unveiled: Here's what we know so far" Business Insider 11:58 AM
  • "Google's New Rules for Apps Could Put Sex Workers in Danger" Motherboard 11:04 AM
  • "We need to talk about Huawei's (alleged) thefts: It goes beyond drawing inspiration from others." Engadget 10:26 AM
  • "Can Samsung still make truly great phones? The Galaxy S10 has a lot of history to live up to" The Verge 7:48 AM
  • "How the Net Neutrality Debate Complicates Internet Data Privacy" Inside Sources 6:49 AM
Press Releases/Products/Public Relations
  • "Google Maps for Apple iPhone and iPad now lets you follow your favorite places" BetaNews 8:48 PM
  • "Spectrum launching $15 'TV Essentials' streaming bundle on Apple TV in March" 9to5Mac 1:05 PM
  • "Gmail's cleaner, brighter mobile app rolls out to everyone this week" Engadget 12:49 PM
  • "ElectraTV now supports tvOS 11.0-11.4.1 in version 1.3.2, adds several bug fixes & improvements" iDownload Blog 10:26 AM
  • "Citymapper plans Apple Pay-compatible pass for cheaper travel" 9to5Mac 10:22 AM
  • "AutoSleep Adds Today Dashboard, Customizable Clocks, and More" MacStories 8:18 AM
  • "These are the 15 best-looking games you can play on your iPhone" Business Insider 6:48 AM
Computer Industry
  • "Microsoft Says Russian Hackers Targeted European Non-Profits" [Paid Membership Required] 5:54 AM
  • "Russian Hackers Targeted European Research Groups, Microsoft Says" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 5:37 AM
  • "Microsoft says discovers hacking targeting democratic institutions in Europe" Reuters 5:36 AM
  • "Microsoft reveals new APT28 cyber-attacks against European political entities: Microsoft also expands AccountGuard security service for political entities in 12 European countries." ZDNet 5:35 AM
  • "Thirty years of financial filings reveal Microsoft's biggest competitors" Quartz 6:38 AM
  • "Microsoft culls secret Flash whitelist after Google points out its insecurity: Previously, some 58 sites were given special treatment. Now it's only Facebook." Ars Technica 6:23 PM
  • "Microsoft teams up with global health partners to spot rare diseases faster using new technology" GeekWire 11:57 AM
  • "Microsoft Releases New Windows 10 19H1 Build" Thurrott 5:02 PM
  • "IBM Is on a Spectacular Streak, Will It Come to a Bad End?" The Motley Fool 10:22 AM
  • "IBM Watson's next mission is to tiptoe into HR, and hire the right person" TechCircle 6:37 AM
  • "HP Reports Next Week: Wall Street Expects Earnings Growth" Zacks 10:49 AM
  • "Hewlett Packard Enterprise Q1 2019 Earnings Preview" Seeking Alpha 5:01 PM
  • "Intel to Take On AMD's Athlon With 4 GHz Pentium Gold G5620" Tom's Hardware 6:43 AM
  • "Intel acqui-hires Hyderabad-based Ineda Systems for its 100 engineers" Business Today 6:44 AM
  • "Intel Says FinFET-based Embedded MRAM is Production Ready" EE Times 6:43 AM
  • "Intel Core i9-9900KFC spotted, winner winner CPU dinner" TweakTown 6:44 AM
  • "Samsung could form a silicon supergroup with former AMD fab to take on TSMC" PCGamesN 6:45 AM
  • "Oracle discovered a mobile fraud operation plaguing 10 million app downloads, and it shows how pervasive scammers still are for advertisers" Business Insider 6:35 AM
  • "New claim dogs Oracle: After $11m of sales, I was unfairly axed before next big deal – because I am a 64yo woman" The Register 6:35 AM
  • "'Nothing But Network' Is Taking Cisco To A Very Good Place" Seeking Alpha 6:34 AM
  • "Cisco: 79% of world's mobile traffic to be video by 2022" Digital TV Europe 6:34 AM
  • "Cisco patches a couple of root access-granting security flaws: Cisco releases 15 security updates, with Cisco HyperFlex receiving two very important fixes." ZDNet 6:23 PM
  • "TSMC's Fab 14B Photoresist Material Incident: $550 Million in Lost Revenue" AnandTech 7:45 AM
  • "Arm Announces Neoverse N1 & E1 Platforms & CPUs: Enabling A Huge Jump In Infrastructure Performance" AnandTech 8:22 AM
Finances (Click heading for current Apple Stock price.)
Apple News
  • "HSBC keeps pounding the table on Apple's slowdown in China" Business Insider 12:33 PM
  • "Apple's Buyback Bonanza Is A Key For Future Total Returns"  Seeking Alpha 10:48 AM
Industry News
  • "Stocks close higher in wake of Fed minutes; Nasdaq matches winning streak from August: Minutes show 'almost all' officials wanted to stop reduction of balance sheet" MarketWatch 3:58 PM
  • "Dow Rises as Fed Says Growth Risks Cause Pause in Rate Hikes: Stocks are higher as Wall Street digests the Federal reserve minutes which explained why the central bank paused its plan to raise rates." TheStreet 3:58 PM
  • "Stocks post modest gain as Fed signals economic growth worries" FOXBusiness 3:57 PM
  • "U.S. Stocks Hold Gains After Fed Minutes: Cautious signals from the Fed and optimism about a U.S.-China trade agreement have sparked this year's rebound" [Paid Membership Required] 3:57 PM
  • "Asian markets tick higher; Nikkei up despite disappointing data on exports: Mining stocks jump as price of gold rises; Japan posts biggest trade deficit in 5 years" MarketWatch 7:02 AM
  • "Europe's indexes buoyant after buyback announcements from Lloyds and Glencore" MarketWatch 7:01 AM

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