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MacSurfer's Archive: Monday, February 26, 2018


  • "Apple's China Lesson: Think Different, But Not Too Different/Chief executive Tim Cook is building his China profile as the tech giant makes concessions to Beijing, but at what risk to Apple's global brand?" [Paid Membership Required] 7:41 AM
  • "Apple Planning Trio Of 2018 iPhones Including Supersized 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus" HotHardware 4:43 PM
  • "Apple readies biggest iPhone yet: report" CBS News 3:35 PM
  • "Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears" Reuters 8:05 AM
  • "Apple spying fears as iCloud data moved to China" Telegraph 8:06 AM
  • "Apple may no longer be using Microsoft's Azure: Apple has been using Microsoft's Azure and Amazon's S3 to store encrypted portions of some iOS files for the past few years. But Apple is now using Google Cloud for some storage needs." ZDNet 2:29 PM
  • "Apple Plans Giant High-End iPhone, Lower-Priced Model"  Bloomberg 12:57 PM
  • "Apple Said to Plan Giant High-End iPhone" [Video Report] Bloomberg 12:57 PM
  • "Buffett: Apple's consumer business extraordinary"  CNBC Videos 8:37 AM
  • "Europe seeks power to seize overseas data in challenge to tech giants" ["Technology firms like Microsoft, Apple and IBM say it would undermine consumer trust in cloud services."]  Reuters 7:38 AM
  • "Apple confirms it uses Google's cloud for iCloud" ["The latest update doesn't indicate whether Apple is using any Google cloud services other than core storage of 'objects' like photos and videos. The document also doesn't make it clear when Apple first started storing data in Google's cloud. Apple and Microsoft didn't respond to requests for comment."]  CNBC 8:50 AM
  • "Apple Now Faces More Than 60 Class Actions Over iPhone Slowdowns, Consolidation Likely Next Month" MacRumors 10:29 AM
  • "Apple Faces Canadian Class Action for Throttling Down iPhones Without Warning or Consent from Consumers" PRNewswire 10:28 AM