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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, July 30, 2017


  • "5 Reasons a $1,400 iPhone Isn't Crazy: There is plenty for iPhone haters to hate about a supersize price tag, but economic fundamentals would justify it" [Paid Membership Required] 10:03 AM
  • "iPhone's Toughest Rival in China Is WeChat, a Messaging App: undermining their need for a new iPhone" [Paid Membership Required] 8:11 AM
  • "Wall Street braced for iPhone delays as Apple leaps forward"  Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:58 AM
  • "Apple issues statement regarding removal of unlicensed VPN apps in China" ["Earlier this year China's MIIT announced that all developers offering VPNs must obtain a license from the government. ¬†We have been required to remove some VPN apps in China that do not meet the new regulations. These apps remain available in all other markets where they do business."]  TechCrunch 4:14 PM
  • "Apple's capitulation to China's VPN crack-down will return to haunt it at home"  TechCrunch 12:12 PM
  • "Apple removes VPN apps from China App Store to comply with government" ZDNet 12:58 PM
  • "Apple axing VPN services from China App Store" Al Jazeera 9:21 AM
  • "Apple removes VPN Apps from China App Store"  ExpressVPN 7/29
  • "Apple removes VPN apps from the App Store in China" TechCrunch 7/29
  • "Apple Removes Apps That Allowed China Users to Get Around Filters: Popular apps giving users access to virtual private networks disappear from the mainland China version of Apple's App Store" [Paid Membership Required] 7/29
  • "Apple is removing VPN services from China App Store: providers" Reuters 7/29
  • "Apple Removes Apps From China Store That Help Internet Users Evade Censorship" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7/29
  • "Companies say Apple removed their privacy apps from China" Associated Press 7/29
  • "Samsung another step closer to design patent damages retrial: Judge Koh finds no waiver" ["So the court is now dealing with the fallout of the first Apple v. Samsung matter that had made it to the top U.S. court while the Department of Justice is determining what positions to take on three issues raised in connection with the second Apple v. Samsung case."]  Foss Patents 7/29
  • "Apple is about to do something their programmers definitely don't want./Apple spent $5 billion on a beautiful new office, Apple Park. So it's amazing they're about to make an extremely costly, avoidable mistake: putting their coders in an open-plan layout."  Medium: Fog Creek Software 7/29