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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, October 5, 2019


  • "How Tim Cook Won Donald Trump's Ear: Apple CEO advocates for his company's interests while avoiding a backlash from either employees or the president" [Paid Membership Required] 8:26 AM
  • "Apple CEO Tim Cook's close ties with Donald Trump may explain why the company spends less on lobbying than other tech giants" Business Insider 11:58 AM
  • "Apple CEO Tim Cook Has Plenty to Say as New Hardware Looms" Fortune 11:00 AM
  • "Tim Cook Remembers Steve Jobs on 8th Anniversary of His Death" MacRumors 8:14 AM
  • "Remembering Steve Jobs" iMore 8:45 AM
  • "Today is the eighth anniversary of Steve Jobs' death" MacDailyNews 10:04 AM
  • "Apple increases production of iPhone 11: sources/Extra 8m units follow unexpected higher demand after iPhone sales collapse last year"  Nikkei 10/4
  • "Apple raises iPhone 11 production by about 10%: Nikkei" Reuters 10/4
  • "Apple Reportedly Increasing iPhone 11 Lineup Production by Up to 10% Due to Strong Demand" MacRumors 10/4
  • "Apple to Increase iPhone 11 Output by Up to 10%, Nikkei Reports" Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 10/4
  • "Apple tastes success with iPhone 11, increases orders to meet demand" Digital Trends 10/4
  • "Exclusive: Antitrust probers in Congress ask Spotify to detail alleged Apple abuses - sources"  Reuters 10/4
  • "Congress Reportedly Asks Spotify for Information on Apple's Alleged Anticompetitive Behavior" MacRumors 10/4
  • "Developer of BlueMail sues Apple over 'Sign in with Apple,' App Store 'monopoly': A developer of messaging products and software behind apps like Followapp and BlueMail on Friday filed a multi-pronged lawsuit against Apple, claiming the tech giant infringed on patented technology with 'Sign in with Apple' and subsequently used its alleged monopoly over the App Store to suppress BlueMail's consumer reach." AppleInsider 10/4