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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, October 10, 2018


  • "Apple plans to give away original content for free to device owners as part of new digital TV strategy"  CNBC 3:05 PM
  • "Apple plans to give original content for free to device owners: CNBC" Reuters 4:15 PM
  • "Apple TV service will reportedly provide free original content to device owners: The new app is slated to come out early next year, according to CNBC." CNET 4:16 PM
  • "Report: Apple to give away its original TV programs, offer third-party subscription 'channels'/Apple is spending over a billion dollars on original shows and series, and anyone with an Apple product can watch them free, according to CNBC." Macworld 5:07 PM
  • "About a fifth of Android phone owners plan to switch to an iPhone: Most smartphone buyers tend to stick with the platform they're familiar with. However, new data from Merrill Lynch indicates that a large percentage of top Android brand users now intend to switch to an iPhone in their next purchase."  AppleInsider 7:46 AM
  • "New Evidence of Hacked Supermicro Hardware Found in U.S. Telecom: The discovery shows that China continues to sabotage critical technology components bound for America."  Bloomberg 8:05 AM
  • "NSA Senior Advisor Latest to Question Report Claiming China Hacked Apple's Former Server Supplier" MacRumors 2:22 PM
  • "US Senators demand answers from Supermicro over spy chip allegations: A pair of senators have written to Supermicro requesting more information about events detailed in the recent Bloomberg investigation alleging the company's servers were compromised, in an attempt to find out if it is a risk to the national security of the United States." AppleInsider 7:36 AM
  • "Amid trade war and spying claims, Apple CEO turns on the charm in China"  Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 5:12 PM
  • "Apple seemingly aware of alleged 'Top Podcasts' chart manipulation: Last weekend, the upper echelons of Apple's 'Top Podcasts' charts in the Podcasts app and iTunes were overrun with obscure titles that seemingly didn't belong, prompting some industry watchers to assume the vital distribution platform was being manipulated." AppleInsider 7:33 AM
  • "How Apple reportedly lost billions of dollars over fraud iPhone repair cases: Fraudulent iPhone repair claims made in China cost Apple billions of dollars over a period of five years, according to a report in The Information." Financial Express 8:22 AM