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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, July 21, 2018
 

 

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  • "Apple, Starbucks Have an Answer for the Tight Job Market: Hand Out Stock/When workers are in short supply, offering shares to rank-and-file employees can be a 'powerful recipe for an engaged workplace"  WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:02 AM
  • "What a streamlined HomeKit means for Apple's smart home ambitions: For starters, you can probably expect to see a lot more HomeKit gadgets."  CNET 8:04 AM
  • "Why Apple Watches, Fitbits, and more could soon get more expensive"  Digital Trends 4:46 PM
  • "Apple Watch, FitBit could feel cost of U.S. tariffs" ["That $200 billion list of tariffs is in a public comment period. But if the list goes into effect this fall, the products from Apple, Fitbit and Sonos could face a 10 percent tariff. The specific products listed in customs rulings are the original Apple Watch; Fitbit's Charge, Charge HR and Surge models; and Sonos's Play:3, Play:5 and SUB speakers."]  Reuters 7/20
  • "Apple Watch and Fitbit could see price rise in US tariff standoff" Telegraph 7/20
  • "Apple Watch, Fitbit could be hit with Trump's tariffs on China-produced goods" CNET 7/20
  • "US Tariffs on China Could Mean Pricier Wearables, Speakers" PC Magazine 7/20
  • "Apple Inadvertently Revealed Its Next Big Thing And It's Not What You Think: Eclipsing yourself when you've just finished changing the world isn't easy, it's nearly impossible. But here's one way Apple might just pull it off, again!"  Inc. 7/20
  • "iPhones could stop working on Indian networks if Apple doesn't install a pesky call app soon: TRAI wants to get tough on Apple regarding its reluctance to implement a pesky call app its phones."  BGR India 7/20
  • "iPhone could get shut out of India altogether" Cult of Mac 7/20
  • "Opinion: It's long past time for Apple to fix its three biggest iCloud problems"  9to5Mac 7/20
  • "Apple: Don't default on default apps/It's about time Apple let us take our preferred apps into our own hands."  Macworld 7/20



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