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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, December 17, 2017


  • "Three Fascinating Questions About The New iMac Pro" Forbes 9:33 PM
  • "I traveled for weeks with an iPhone X as my only computer — here's what I loved, and what Apple needs to improve"  Business Insider 9:17 AM
  • "Apple Music, Beats under legal attack over third-party licensing practices" AppleInsider 9:34 PM
  • "Apple Face ID Epic Fail Allows Two Unrelated Chinese Women Access To iPhone X" HotHardware 8:26 PM
  • "Apple's Phil Schiller on how the tech giant has changed - and how it hasn't"  Telegraph 12/16
  • "Increased customs duty a statutory industry-wise hike: Apple/The government's decision to hike the customs duty from 10 per cent to 15 per cent for mobile handsets is a statutory industry-wise hike, Apple India said on Saturday."  IANS 12/16
  • "India hits Samsung, Apple with higher smartphone duty: Hike to 15% from 10% in line with country's Make in India push" Nikkei 12/16
  • "Apple's repatriation tax set at 15.5% in final GOP bill" Apple 3.0 12/16
  • "Apps aren't dead, they've just evolved"  The Next Web 12/16
  • "Apple Tries Again To Sell Professionals An All-In-One Mac"  Seeking Alpha 12/15
  • "Apple Now Sells A Computer That Costs More Than A Brand New Car" Huffington Post UK 12/15
  • "Apple is making it harder for small businesses to offer iOS apps: Earlier this year, Apple announced new policies aimed at, among other things, banning apps that contribute to spam and clutter in the App Store. Specifically, one policy gave Apple the right to reject apps built using a 'commercialized template or app generation service.'"  Econsultancy 12/15
  • "How Apple lost its sheen" ["The confluence of function and form was once Apple's key selling point. The iPad, iPhone, or Mac didn't just look good, they worked well, too. It was that mix of qualities that made them easy to recommend, and easy to buy. ... But it does seem like Apple slipped slightly from its perch this year. Rather than being the best, it's a company with some good products, some bad ones, and a reputation for being mostly good, but not perfect."]  The Week 12/15
  • "India raises import tax on cellphones, move to hurt Apple"  Reuters 12/15
  • "Apple and Cisco just improved security in the iOS enterprise: Apple and Cisco have struck yet another blow for enterprise IT. They know that iOS is the most secure mobile solution, but that's not everything because mobile threats are incredibly complex these days." Computerworld 12/15
  • "Apple of Cork's eye - inside the tech giant's Irish operations" RTÉ 12/15
  • "Apple's Acquisition Of Shazam Is A Valuable Addition" Seeking Alpha 12/15
  • "EU court rejects U.S. intervention in Apple's Irish $15 billion tax case" Reuters 12/15
  • "EU court rejects US request to join Apple tax appeal case" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 12/15