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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, October 8, 2017


  • "iPhone X Leak Delivers The First Bad News" Forbes 6:47 PM
  • "Solving for iOS 11 Control Center's new Wi-Fi and BT toggles" iMore 2:28 PM
  • "'Black Mirror' creator: 'We should be billing Apple and Google for this stuff'" Mashable 11:56 AM
  • "Is Apple the Beatles of our time?" Apple 3.0 7:39 AM
  • "Unlimited Data Plans May Not Work With Apple Watch LTE" The Mac Observer 10/7
  • "Now that macOS High Sierra supports NVMe flash storage, how fast does it go?" Bare Feats 10/7
  • "Benchmark Tests Reveal That Apple's iOS Updates Do Not Slow Down Iphones" Digital Trends 10/7
  • "Why Can't Apple Even Try to Get Classical Music Right?" Kirkville 10/7
  • "Samsung's next Galaxy Note phone may have a key feature that Apple reportedly had to drop from the iPhone X" Business Insider 10/7
  • "How Smartphones Hijack Our Minds" [Paid Membership Required] 10/7
  • "Alphabet's AI Rocks, but Google Assistant Needs a Personality" TheStreet 10/7
  • "Security News This Week: Go Update Your Mac Asap To Fix Some Serious Vulnerabilities" Wired 10/7
  • "iPhone 7 Plus vs. HTC U11 vs. Pixel XL vs. Xperia XZ Premium: The Camera Review" Softpedia 10/7
  • "With the New Pixel 2, Google Tries to Play Catch Up to Apple's iPhone X" Fortune 10/7
  • "Apple Is 'Aware' Of iPhone 8 Battery Swelling Issues And Is 'Looking Into It'" Tech Times 10/7
  • "Apple Watch 3: Apple Releases watchOS 4.0.1 Update To Fix Cellular Issue. Should You Download?" Forbes 10/7
  • "Why Apple Investors Shouldn't Panic Over iPhone X Supply Issues" TheStreet 10/7
  • "Apple's Face ID Turns Android Makers Away From Under-Screen Fingerprint Recognition" MacRumors 10/7
  • "Conspiracy theories: Working hard to find Apple's problems" Macworld 10/7
  • "Apple envy: Android makers race to catch up to Face ID" Apple 3.0 10/7
  • "Is Apple slowing your iPhone to force you to upgrade? No, says study" Neowin 10/6
  • "Opinion: Apple needs to include a fast charging power adapter with the iPhone" 9to5Mac 10/6
  • "Roku Beats Up on Apple TV 4K and Loves it. Here's How" The Mac Observer 10/6
  • "What Will 2018's Lineup of iPhones Be Called?" iDrop News 10/6
  • "Opinion: It's time for Apple to start offering lossless music formats on iTunes" 9to5Mac 10/6
  • "Apple is probing reports of swollen iPhone 8 batteries, but let's not get bent out of shape: There's no reason to freak out." Macworld 10/6
  • "Can you live on just an LTE Apple Watch and leave your iPhone behind?" iMore 10/6
  • "8 things you need to know about the new App Store" The Next Web 10/6
  • "Here's What Apple Inc.'s 2018 iPhone Lineup Could Look Like: Apple might finally drop the numbers in the branding of next year's iPhones." The Motley Fool 10/6
  • "Google's Pixel Buds will find cultural complexities a challenge" VentureBeat 7:25 PM
  • "Goodbye AOL Instant Messenger: The first mass-market instant message success story, AIM, is coming to a close. For all its popularity, AOL never really gave it a chance to make money." ZDNet 6:47 PM
  • "Pixel 2 Vs Pixel 2 XL: What's The Difference?" Forbes 6:46 PM
  • "Dear Silicon Valley: America's fallen out of love with you" TechCrunch 3:50 PM
  • "Why Facebook Users Should Download Messenger Lite Instead of Messenger" Wired 9:26 AM
  • "Saying goodbye to the proto-social network of AOL Instant Messenger" Ars Technica 9:25 AM
  • "8 Reasons to Buy the Google Pixel 2 (and 4 Reasons to Skip)" Tom's Guide 7:45 AM
  • "Opinion: Pixel 2 and 2 XL's numerous design discrepancies feel like a weird step back to the Nexus days" 9to5Google 10/6
  • "This Cheap Smartphone Has a Ridiculous Battery, and It Makes Me Want to Cry" Gizmodo 10/6
  • "Why is Google Making Phones, Anyway?"  Tech.pinions 10/6
  • "Google is tryharding at phones right now, and I love it" The Verge 10/6
  • "Pixel 2's squeezable sides come with a catch: The Galaxy S8 and Note 8 make this mistake, too." CNET 10/6