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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, September 30, 2017


  • "5 Reasons You May Want to Save Your Old Apple Devices" The Cheat Sheet 9:31 PM
  • "Apple Is Really Bad At Design"  The Outline 3:00 PM
  • "FM Radio Cannot Be Activated Even on Older iPhones" iPhone Hacks 8:18 AM
  • "iPhone 8 is so much faster than Android that even Geekbench creator can't believe it" BGR 9/29
  • "The iOS 11 32-Bit Appocalypse Isn't Actually That Bad" Wired 9/29
  • "How does this emdash look in Apple News?" Wired 9/29
  • "Billboard interview with Apple Music team, and two things I really want from Apple Music" The Loop 9/29
  • "Apple is tired of relying on Intel or Qualcomm for anything" BGR 9/29
  • "Apple ARM-Based MacBooks: The Pros And Cons" Seeking Alpha 9/29
  • "Apple reportedly wants develop its own chips for Mac laptops (which makes sense)" Apple World Today 9/29
  • "Has Apple Finally Made a Dud iPhone?" Bloomberg 9/29
  • "Why Apple is probably working on a heads-up display: Since Apple is ramping up its augmented reality efforts, it seems like a heads-up display will be in the pipeline at some point... right?"  Macworld 9/29
  • "iOS 11"s Most Obnoxious Features" Lifehacker 9/29
  • "What happened to my iTunes wish list in iOS 11?" iMore 9/29
  • "Trump's FCC Commissioner Calls on Apple to 'Activate' iPhone FM Antennas That No Longer Exist" ["I've dug around, and what I've been told is that there is an FM radio chip in older iPhones, but it's not connected, and there's no antenna designed for FM radio. The chip is just part of a commodity component part, and Apple only connected the parts of the chip that the iPhones were designed to use. No iPhone was ever designed to be an FM radio, and there is no 'switch' that can be 'flipped' — nor software update that could be issued — that could turn them into one. It's a complete technical misconception."]  Daring Fireball 9/29
  • "What Face ID means for iOS and device access: Apple's new biometric technology – a highlight feature in the soon-to-be-released iPhone X – could someday launch 1,000 ships (or open 1,000 doors)."  Computerworld 9/29
  • "Another classic Nintendo console, another insane dump of instruction manuals: One year later, and now you're playing with super instruction manuals." Ars Technica 11:25 AM
  • "Google Pixel 2 event: what to expect" The Verge 9/29
  • "Pixel 2 haters are stuck in the past" BGR 9/29
  • "Digital Drawing Heaven?—First Reviews of reMarkable Tablet Seem Glorious" Architosh 9/29
  • "Android 8.0 Oreo: Behind-the-scenes improvements make it better than ever" PCWorld 9/29