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Does Apple's privacy preaching, given what they know about you, create a false sense of security? Vote for the results in the left column below or go straight to the results here.

Weekend Highlights: Dan Moren reads the tea leaves from WWDC sees "shape of a few of Apple's plans to come"; Cult of Mac explores Apple's ability to trick "our brains into accepting high prices"; $1 trillion back in Apple's sights with trade deal according to analyst; Tim Cook met with President Trump this week discussing trade, immigration; Adobe shows prototype AI tool that can spot Photoshopped faces; CryptoKit presages iPhone as crypto wallet?; Counterpoint's examination of global true wireless hearables market finds Apple's growth level from last quarter; Apple Maps look-around smoother than Google's according to comparison; will USB-C finally come to iPhones this year?; Rene Ritchie has a go with iPad Pro running iPadOS; Dennis Sellers gets early look at Mutrics sunglasses/speaker combo; Dieter Bohns finally turns on iMessage.

  • "App Makers Are Mixed on 'Sign In With Apple'"  Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7:23 AM
  • "The hot new debate over the future of the smartphone" ["Benedict Evans, a partner at Andreesen Horowitz, said that smart phones are at the peak of their cycle now. 'I'm not updating my smartphone model anymore,' he wrote. In an email exchange with Axios, Evans suggested that we are in a long, technological interregnum"]  Axios 7:57 AM
  • "In Stores, Secret Surveillance Tracks Your Every Move: As you shop, 'beacons' are watching you, using hidden technology in your phone." ["It should not be lost on the public that Apple created the first Bluetooth system of commercial surveillance. ... But Mr. Cook knew what Apple was creating with iBeacon in 2013. Apple's own website explains to developers how they can use iBeacon to micro-target consumers in stores."]  New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 9:08 AM
  • "This New iPadOS Feature Is Easy to Miss, But It's a Killer Productivity Tool: Among the many improvements for your iPad, Apple's announcement last week included an easy-to-overlook feature that will supercharge your productivity."  Inc. 7:23 AM
  • "Reading between the lines of Apple's WWDC announcements: Beyond the obvious new features announced last week, Dan Moren thinks you can start to see the shape of a few of Apple's plans to come."  Macworld 6/14
  • "How Apple tricks our brains into accepting high prices"  Cult of Mac 6/14
  • "Apple May Hit $1 Trillion Market Cap Again on Trade Deal, Analyst Says" Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6/14
  • "Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Donald Trump amid trade war tensions" Business Insider 6/14
  • "High-end users on 'Why I'm buying the new Mac Pro'" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "Apple restricts online Apple Store access to newer versions of Safari and macOS" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "Apple's Online Store Can No Longer Be Accessed With Older Versions Of macOS" UberGizmo 6/14
  • "Apple's macOS Catalina Can Turn Your Mac into a Touchscreen" Market Realist 6/14
  • "Logic Pro X Update Brings Optimizations For 2019 Mac Pro" Redmond Pie 6/14
  • "Adobe's prototype AI tool automatically spots Photoshopped faces: Though it's just a research project for the moment" The Verge 6/14
  • "Security software is causing Firefox users to lose saved passwords" BetaNews 6/14
  • "Chrome 76 makes it easier to get around paywalls" BetaNews 6/14
  • "How to Boot MacBook Pro Without a Battery (Older Models 2006 – 2011)" OS X Daily 6/14
  • "How to hide Apple Music on Mac in macOS Catalina" iMore 9:07 AM
  • "How to sign documents on your Mac with your iPhone or iPad" iMore 6/14
  • "How to use Tags in macOS Mojave and Catalina" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "How To Add Custom Text In iMovie" MacMost 6/14
  • "The Grand Stand: It's been hard to compose a post-WWDC impressions post because there was just so much content to take in and parse." Benjamin Mayo 3:25 PM
  • "8 things you need to know as Apple kills iTunes" Apple Must 6/14
Press Releases
  • "Twitter for Mac is coming back!" Twitter 9:22 AM
  • "PDF Studio 2019 with Docusign & Document Storage Integration, PDF/UA Tag" prMac 6/14
General Interest/Potpourri
  • "Apple Xinyi A13 opens in Taipei" Apple 7:40 AM
  • "Grand opening: Apple Xinyi A13 brings a taste of Apple Park to Taipei" 9to5Mac 7:37 AM
  • "Celebrite says it can pull data from any iOS device ever made" AppleInsider 8:08 AM
  • "Here's why this Amazon executive says shopping with Alexa is 'going to be even more exciting than the launch of the iPhone'" [BI Prime] Business Insider 7:35 AM
  • "Apple may be prepping to turn your iPhone into a crypto wallet: Apple's CryptoKit is likely the first step in enabling the exchange of private and public keys that will unlock the ability to make purchases using bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies stored on your iPhone."  Computerworld 6/14
  • "Apple makes Comcast and Charter sell iPads, other devices as part of mobile deal" CNBC 6/14
  • "Stanford Team Aims at Alexa and Siri With a Privacy-Minded Alternative" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6/14
  • "Does it make sense to use multiple voice assistants in your smart home? What happens when Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant all live together" GearBrain 6/14
  • "It will soon be easier for diabetics to track glucose on Apple Watch" Cult of Mac 6/14
  • "Global True Wireless Hearables Market Reaches 17.5 Million Units in Q1 2019" ["Apple's market share remained at the same level seen in the last quarter, failing to grow in spite of the launch of its second generation AirPods. While sales of the first generation AirPods were higher than expected thanks to a variety of sales promotions for stock-outs in the channel in Q1 2019, sales of the new model were weaker than initially expected due to the market's mixed response."]  Counterpoint 6/14
  • "Video Shows Apple's Look Around is Much Smoother than Google Maps Street View" The Mac Observer 6/14
  • "Former Apple event venue Flint Center is closing" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "Apple snuck a Raptors tribute into its Canadian home page" TechCrunch 6/14
Non-Apple News
  • "Adobe And Researchers Develop AI That Sniffs Out Photoshopped Images And DeepFakes" HotHardware 3:53 PM
  • "These 5 phones made our list of the best smartphones in the world, and they all cost $500 or less" Business Insider 7:35 AM
  • "AMCA data breach has now went over the 20 million mark: Healthcare billing vendor got hacked last year and hackers put patient data for sale online." ZDNet 6/14
  • "Adobe Developed a Method in Detecting Manipulated Photo" Social Barrel 6/14
  • "Sprint and T-Mobile Merger Approval, Said to Be Near, Could Undercut Challenge by States" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6/14
  • "Facebook open-sources AI Habitat to help robots navigate realistic environments" VentureBeat 6/14
  • "This 'most dangerous' hacking group is now probing power grids: Hackers that tried to interfere with the safety systems of an industrial plant are now looking at power utilities too." ZDNet 6/14
  • "Scientists found that we're spending so much time on our smartphones that it could be changing the shape of our skulls" Business Insider 6/14
  • "Exclusive: First photos of Google Pixel 4 spotted in the wild" 9to5Google 6/14
  • "The Pixel 4 has already been photographed out in the wild" The Verge 6/14
  • "Google Says It is Not Killing Ad Blockers" Thurrott 6/14
  • "Google's AR animals entertain Android users" BBC 6/14
  • "We Found Sprint 5G in Brooklyn: We spent hours searching Brooklyn for a Sprint 5G connection. I finally tracked it down in a distant residential neighborhood called Flatlands." PC Magazine 6/14
  • "Huawei delays global launch of foldable phone by three months" Reuters 6/14
  • "Huawei Delays Launch of Foldable Smartphone, Being More 'Cautious' After Samsung's Galaxy Fold Issues" MacRumors 6/14
  • "Huawei delays launch of foldable Mate X, blames Samsung not Trump" The Verge 6/14
  • "Brad Pitt, Steve Jobs' widow, and Britain's fallen star investor reportedly backed a startup betting on 'cold fusion' — an idea scientists scoff at" Business Insider 6/14
  • "Mind games: How Apple sells us on high prices [Cult of Mac Magazine No. 301] Cult of Mac 10:04 AM
  • "The Dalrymple Report: AirPods at work, Apple Arcade and WWDC" The Loop 6/14
  • "Adapt, Episode 3: iPadOS First Look and Voice-Only Computing" MacStories 6/14
  • "Surveillance and the Legal System, Mac Pro Apologies – TMO Daily Observations 2019-06-14" The Mac Observer 6/14
  • "9to5Mac Happy Hour 229: Hands-on with new CarPlay features and early beta impressions" 9to5Mac 6/14
  • "Privacy Policies Can Be as Complicated as Kant's Critique of Pure Reason" Intego Mac Podcast 6/14
  • "WWDC/AltConf -Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba On The Mac Pro and iPadOS" MacVoices 6/14
  • "Mac Pro, ARKit, Sign on with Apple and more on the AppleInsider Podcast" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "iOS 13 includes an updated HomePod setup process" 9to5Mac 10:35 AM
  • "9 hidden iOS 13 features that Apple didn't announce at WWDC" Mashable 7:34 AM
  • "iOS 13 Features Apple Copied From Jailbreak Tweaks" Redmond Pie 1:58 PM
  • "Here's how the Apple Watch will soon help protect your hearing" CNBC 1:54 PM
  • "Apple's iOS soft keyboard target of new patent lawsuit" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "iPhone 11 could spell the end for the Lightning port: Goodbye Lightning, hello USB-C?"  ZDNet 6/14
  • "Apple: iPhone batteries are wearing out too quickly, and iOS 13 will offer a possible solution" ZDNet 6/14
  • "This 3-minute video is an incredible demonstration of the new Voice Control feature in iOS 13, which lets you control every aspect of your iPhone without ever touching it" Business Insider 6/14
  • "iPhone 11 launch date leaks from Verizon" Cult of Mac 6/14
  • "iOS 13 CarPlay Features: Here's Everything That Is New" Redmond Pie 6/14
  • "How to Enter Recovery Mode for iPhone 8 & iPhone 8 Plus" OS X Daily 1:58 PM
  • "How to Enter Recovery Mode on iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini, Early iPad Pro" OS X Daily 6/14
Price Trackers/Deals
  • "13" MacBook Pro Prices & Sales" MacPrices 6/14
  • "13" MacBook Air Prices & Sales" MacPrices 6/14
  • "11" iPad Pro Prices & Sales" MacPrices 6/14

  • "Review: iPod touch is exactly what it needs to be in 2019" AppleInsider 1:58 PM
  • "Apple iPod Touch (2019) review: The most adorable piece of nostalgia you don't need" CNET 7:54 AM
  • "Why iPod Touch 2019 is a worthy $200 on-ramp to iOS apps" CNET 7:35 AM
  • "Can iPad Pro running iPad OS finally replace your laptop?" iMore 6/14
  • "OWC Aura Pro X2 PCIe-based flash storage upgrade" Bare Feats 6/14
  • "Review: UAG Apple Watch bands offer much needed variety in a crowded market" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "An advance look at the Mutrics sunglasses/wearable speaker combo" Apple World Today 6/14
iOS Apps
  • "iPadOS Explained: The iPad's Exclusive Features" LAPTOP Magazine 7:39 AM
  • "The New York Times' crosswords group wanted to reach non-native English speakers. The result is the free 'Tiles' game and it's catching on" Business Insider 9:11 AM
  • "Apple Music vs. Apple Podcast vs. Apple TV: What's the difference? The iTunes era is ending, leaving users with three new apps." CNET 6/14
  • "Google Photos Loses Drive Integration Soon, How To Manage Your Photo Library" HotHardware 3:54 PM
  • "Stop robocalls to your phone once and for all: Take a few minutes and stop your phone from constantly ringing." CNET 1:53 PM
  • "Photos: How to adjust image perspective in iOS 13" Apple Must 1:53 PM
  • "iOS 13: Set & Share Name And Photo In iMessage On iPhone Or iPad, Here's How" Redmond Pie 10:35 AM
  • "iOS 13: How To Share Audio With Multiple AirPods Simultaneously On iPhone Or iPad" Redmond Pie 9:22 AM
  • "Everything you can do with Voice Control on iPhone and iPad" iMore 7:39 AM
  • "How to use Hangouts Meet to share your screen in video meetings: Learn how to use Hangouts Meet in G Suite to share screens from the web and from iOS devices while in video meetings." TechRepublic 6/14
  • "The Ins and Outs of Non-destructive Editing in Photos for Mac and iOS" TidBITS 6/14
  • "iOS 13: How to automatically silence unknown and spam calls on iPhone" 9to5Mac 6/14
  • "How to jailbreak the Apple TV 4 and 4K on tvOS 12.0-12.1.1 with ChimeraTV" iDownload Blog 6/14
  • "iOS 13: How To Silence Unknown Callers On iPhone" Redmond Pie 6/14
  • "How to create a simple RSS feed reader on iOS" The Next Web 6/14
  • "Apple Arcade and TV Plus: How to out-Prime Amazon's subscription service" ZDNet 6/14
  • "How to use external storage with iPadOS" Apple Must 6/14
  • "Security 101: What is a Threat Model, and How Do I Create One?" The Mac Observer 6/14
  • "Everything you need to know about your MacBook's trackpad gestures" The Next Web 6/14
  • "Cassandra - Weekend Review: Health Monitoring with our Devices - Warn, Check, Confirm" eXtensions 9:03 AM
  • "WWDC: What is Business Chat Suggest?" Apple Must 7:20 AM
  • "iPhone upgrade urge may die when you do this math" Cult of Mac 6/14
  • "What's the lifetime cost of an iPhone if you buy a new one every year?" ["But if you are one of those who can't resist a shiny new phone every year, the company claims the total spend could be a staggering $45,408. Add on the cost of an unlimited plan, and the total hits $103,000."] 9to5Mac 6/14
  • "Why I turned on iMessage: Encrypted chat is a moral imperative" ["More than anything else, this is my personal indictment against Google for utterly failing to come up with a viable alternative to iMessage for Android users. Yes, there are many successful chat apps used around the world on Android. But, again, in the US the chat app with the strongest network effect is iMessage."]  The Verge 6/14
  • "Is Apple's iPadOS The End Of Desktop Computing" Forbes 6/14
  • "Apple, Microsoft and a radical new theory on the evolution of computing"  Computerworld 6/14
  • "How the New Mac Pro Can Impact Accessibility" iMore 6/14
  • "Don't believe these iPhone Lightning cable myths: Makers of third-party Lightning cables for iPhones keep pushing falsehoods to try to dupe people into buying their cables. Here are three myths you should ignore." ZDNet 6/14
  • "Why Apple should follow Google's lead and 'leak' the iPhone 11 design early: Just tell us what we already know." Macworld 6/14
  • "12+ amazing ways iOS 13 transforms travel and tourism" Computerworld 6/14
  • "Why 'ambient computing' is just a marketing buzzword (for now)" Computerworld 7:34 AM
  • "I Just Wanted to Buy Tickets to Mitski but the Bots Wouldn't Let Me" Gizmodo 6/14
  • "'Amazon's Choice' Does Not Necessarily Mean A Product Is Good" BuzzFeed News 6/14
  • "'YouTube recommendations are toxic,' says dev who worked on the algorithm" The Next Web 6/14
  • "Female Representation in Videogames Isn't Getting Any Better" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6/14
  • "What Is Ray Tracing? The Latest Gaming Buzzword Explained" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6/14
Press Releases/Products/Public Relations
  • "Iridium GO! Turn any smartphone into a satellite phone with internet access" ZDNet 7:40 AM
  • "Logitech's Circle 2 wired camera to support HomeKit Secure Video later this year" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "Apple Teams Up With Madonna for Today at Apple Music Lab Classes" MacRumors 6/14
  • "Brydge Pro Keyboards are Now In-stock and Shipping: Brydge Pro keyboards blur the lines between MacBook and iPad like never before" PRNewswire 6/14
  • "IRL Ushers in a New Wave in Social with IRL - Social Calendar" Business Wire 6/14
  • "Mattel® Unveils Hot Wheels™ id, Groundbreaking New Play System Bringing Together Physical and Digital Play, Available Exclusively at, Select Apple Stores and on the App Store" Business Wire 6/14
  • "Mattel Launches New Hot Wheels 'id' Smart Track Kit and NFC Cars Exclusively at Apple Stores" MacRumors 6/14
  • "Lisa Brennan-Jobs' memoir is out in paperback" Cult of Mac 6/14
  • "O2 becomes third UK carrier to sell Apple Watch LTE contracts" AppleInsider 6/14
  • "Activ5 Smart Fitness Device to Launch in Apple Stores" PRNewswire 6/14
  • "Activbody Activ5 tracks your isometric workout Stats, saves to HealthKit, now available at Apple Stores" 9to5Mac 6/14
  • "Call of Duty: Mobile quietly hits the App Store in Australia" Cult of Mac 6/14
  • "Free Google app makes it easier than ever to build games on Mac" Cult of Mac 6/14
Computer Industry
  • "Microsoft Becomes Best Performing Dow Stock Of 2019" 24/7 Wall St. 7:52 AM
  • "Microsoft's All-Encompassing Vision For The Future Of Xbox" Forbes 7:43 AM
  • "Microsoft may be working on a MacBook-like touch bar for its Surface Pen" MSPoweruser 7:52 AM
  • "Microsoft Details Roadmap for Merging UWP and Win32 App-Experience" WinBuzzer 7:53 AM
  • "IBM Haifa hosts live robot debate in worldwide first" Jerusalem Post 7:46 AM
  • "What To Expect From Intel's Data Center Business In The Near Term?" Trefils 7:48 AM
  • "AMD's Lisa Su and Other Change Agents on Our List of the World's Best CEOs" Barron's [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7:50 AM
  • "Oracle revoked job offers for some people in the UK, blaming a hiring freeze. Yet it says it's both hiring and still restructuring." [BI Prime] Business Insider 7:35 AM
  • "Cisco's New Americas Channel Chief On Driving Partner Predictability And Profitability" CRN 7:44 AM
  • "Microsoft has been rated the most environmentally friendly company. Here's what it's doing right." Business Insider 6/14
  • "Windows 10 yields more secrets: Microsoft plan to split OS from shell takes shape" ZDNet 6/14
  • "Microsoft: This Trillion-Dollar Company Is Wonderful Indeed, But It's Also Overvalued" Seeking Alpha 6/14
  • "Microsoft VP Phil Spencer Talks Scarlett, Game Pass, Cloud Streaming" Variety 6/14
  • "Microsoft shrugs off CERN's planned 'Microsoft Alternatives' transition to open-source software after price hike" GeekWire 6/14
  • "Intel's NUC Compute Elements hopes to make laptops modular: Will Intel's NUC Compute Elements revolutionize modular laptops or it doomed to repeat the failure of Compute Cards?" PCWorld 6/14
  • "Intel hires Xbox Scorpio, and Scarlett SoC designer John Sell" Hexus 6/14
  • "Nvidia's Lead Exceeds Intel's in Cloud" EE Times 6/14
  • "Exclusive: AMD's Plans For 7nm Ryzen APUs" WCCFTech 6/14
  • "Update: AMD Ryzen 9 3950X Monster CPU Breaks Cinebench Record At 5.275GHz Overclock Across 16 Cores" HotHardware 6/14
  • "AMD Ryzen 9 3950X breaks benchmarking records" Fudzilla 6/14
  • "AMD Navi RDNA architecture – a GPU designed purely for PC gamers" PCGamesN 6/14
  • "AMD's Ryzen one-two punch will end with a 64-core Threadripper in 2019" Digital Trends 6/14
  • "Windows 10 May update helps ramp up AMD Ryzen performance" IT PRO (UK) 6/14
  • "Broadcom's $2 billion warning shocks global chip sector" Reuters 6/14
  • "A California-based chip company just took a $2 billion hit following Trump's Huawei ban" Business Insider 6/14
  • "Tech giant IBM opposes increased tariffs imposed by any country" The Straits Times 6/14
  • "IBM's AI creates new labeled image sets using semantic content" VentureBeat 6/14
  • "Quantum computing can solve some SKA problems, says IBM" IT Web 6/14
  • "Penang Island City Council, IBM ink deal for smart city tech" Malay Mail 6/14
  • "IBM's AI debating system argues for and against cannabis legalization" Hindustan Times 6/14
  • "Call that an art sale? IBM Australia's huge clear out just got much bigger" iTNews Australia 6/14
  • "HP CFO Cathie Lesjak didn't even read KPMG's Autonomy due diligence before $11bn biz gobble" The Register 6/14
  • "Oracle introduces supply chain tracking blockchain solution" IT Web 6/14
  • "What to Expect from Oracle's Q4 2019 Earnings After Microsoft Cloud Deal?" Zacks 6/14
  • "Cisco and American Well are teaming up to let you talk to your doctor from your TV" CNBC 6/14
Finances (Click heading for current Apple Stock price.)
Apple News
  • "Broadcom's trouble affecting Apple shares, says strategist" CNBC 6/14
Industry News
  • "Stocks end slightly lower as tech shares slide; Chewy soars on debut: Major benchmarks post weekly gains" MarketWatch 6/14
  • "Dow Ends Lower in Narrow Trading Friday; Markets Shrug Off Global Tensions: Stocks retreat Friday over disappointment over Broadcom's revenue warning and uncertainty over trade talks and interest rates." TheStreet 6/14
  • "Dow Jones Holds Key Support As Stock Indexes Rise For The Week: Key stock indexes closed slightly underwater in the stock market today as Broadcom (AVGO) and other chips weighed. But the Dow Jones industrials and S&P 500 stayed above a key support line." Investor's Business Daily 6/14
  • "Stocks fall led by semiconductors, oil rises on Iran tensions: U.S. stocks ended the final trading day of the week modestly lower as traders weighed rising tensions with Iran and the ongoing trade battle with China." FOXBusiness 6/14
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