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MacSurfer's Archive: Friday, January 11, 2019
 

 

Apple/Macintosh
  • "The maturing of the smartphone industry is cause for celebration: It's bad news for Apple shareholders, but good news for humanity"  The Economist 8:59 AM
  • "5 ways Apple needs to up its game if it wants to be a services company: From rethinking its video content strategy to turning the iPhone into a service, nothing should be off the table."  Fast Company 9:30 AM
  • "China retailers slash iPhone prices after Apple sales warning" ["The discounting, as steep as $118 for the recently launched 64GB iPhone XR, is the latest sign that Apple's weak holiday sales in China may have extended to the current quarter."]  Reuters 7:29 AM
  • "Apple resellers in China reduce some iPhone prices by up to 22%" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:43 AM
  • "Top Chinese Retailers Slash iPhone Prices as Demand Sputters" Bloomberg 8:23 AM
  • "Retailers are slashing iPhone prices across China as consumers say the phones aren't worth the cost" CNBC 6:50 PM
  • "Apple Buys 50 Business Class Seats From San Francisco to Shanghai Every Day"  MacRumors 4:35 PM
  • "Apple spends $150M a year on United flights, Shanghai is No. 1 destination: A pair of promotional banners created by United Airlines to tout its various business relationships with big-name companies reveals a sneak peek into Apple's global operations, with the tech giant reportedly spending some $150 million each year on flights for employees." AppleInsider 5:50 PM
  • "The future of Apple is playing well with others: As Apple bolsters its services offerings, the company is changing its attitudes about working with partners."  Macworld 7:49 AM
  • "Apple demanded $1 billion for chance to win iPhone: Qualcomm CEO" Reuters 9:21 PM
  • "Qualcomm CEO defends chip-licensing business in FTC trial: There's nothing wrong with the 'no license, no chips' accusation at the heart of the government's case against the mobile chipmaker, Steve Mollenkopf argues." CNET 9:21 PM



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