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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, September 2, 2017


  • "From the iPod to the iPhone 8: a history of Apple's mysterious event invitations"  Telegraph 7:42 AM
  • "Even an Apple store can't prevent the death of a US mall" Quartz 7:43 AM
  • "Apple's OS chief is taking over Siri from Eddy Cue: Cupertino might be looking to integrate Siri deeper into its platforms."  Engadget 5:15 PM
  • "Siri Gains A New Master As Apple Cedes Ground To Amazon Alexa In Voice AI" HotHardware 4:02 PM
  • "Apple eyes iconic studio as base for Hollywood production push: The Culver Studios, where 'Gone With The Wind' was filmed, may be leased for content arm" ["Among the projects Apple is vying for is a high-profile drama starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, set on a morning TV chat show. The company is bidding against the likes of Netflix for rights to the drama, according to people familiar with the discussions, in a sign that Apple is considering premium productions akin to those found on HBO, the TV network."]  Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 9/1
  • "Apple's call for 'strong' net neutrality rules is a hint about the future of its business"  Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 9/1
  • "Recode Your Health: How Apple engineered its watch to push you to perform at your peak"  Men's Health 9/1
  • "It seems like Apple's AirPods are a hit: In just about seven months, Apple appears to have completely upended the wireless headphone market." Quartz 9/1
  • "Apple joins consortium in revised £14bn bid for Toshiba's chip business: Successful bid with Bain Capital may help iPhone maker source memory chips for smartphones in battle with rival Samsung" The Guardian 9/1
  • "Apple and Android Lead Smartwatch Boom, But Dumber Wearables Slip" Fortune 9/1
  • "Believe it or Not, Smartwatches Are Having a Moment: 'We're at a point where brands and consumers are graduating to a more sophisticated device,' according to IDC." PC Magazine 9/1