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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, February 27, 2019


  • "The worst of Apple's iPhone problems are over, UBS says" ["The Apple bull told clients Wednesday that the worst of the slowdown experienced from its flagship product was in the rear-view mirror. The problem has weighed on Apple's stock price and has for months dominated Wall Street dialogue on the company."]  Business Insider 1:52 PM
  • "Storing Health Records On Your Phone: Can Apple Live Up To Its Privacy Values?" ["In an interview with NPR, Cook says acquiring user data to sell ads is something his company has avoided. 'People will look at this and feel that they can trust Apple,' he says. 'That's a key part of anyone that you're working with on your health.' Cook says Apple's commitment to privacy isn't simply a marketing ploy. 'It's not the way we look it in terms of advantages,' he says. 'The reality is that I know for me, I want to do business with people that have my health data, people that I deeply trust.'"]  NPR 3:35 PM
  • "Apple policies against data collection an advantage in digital health market, Cook says" AppleInsider 4:58 PM
  • "When Apple Runs the Hub, Who Pays? Apple likes to sell content: other companies' content. Through its iOS platform, tvOS platform, TV app, and other mediums, Apple invites its many loyal users to sign up for third-party services or consume third-party content. And when consumers choose to sign up for subscriptions through Apple's portals, Apple takes a cut of the cash. People call this the 'Apple tax.'"  The Motley Fool 7:11 AM
  • "How Apple Makes Money: iPhones and Services/Nobody holds a candle to Apple when it comes to consumer technology."  The Motley Fool 8:30 AM
  • "Apple's ad business borrows a page from Facebook: The company adds second campaign management partner for search ads"  AdAge 8:30 AM
  • "Lawsuit takes aim at Apple's cellular devices" Cult of Mac 7:12 AM
  • "Strategy Analytics: Apple Watch Captures Half of 18 Million Global Smartwatch Shipments in Q4 2018"  Strategy Analytics 8:58 PM
  • "Apple shipped 9.2M Apple Watch units in Q4 2018 to capture half of market, report says: Fresh statistics from research firm Strategy Analytics show Apple retained its position as the clear leader in the smartwatch sector, with Apple Watch capturing 51 percent of the market during the fourth quarter of 2018." AppleInsider 8:58 PM