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2018

European Parliament votes to back controversial 'Article 11' and 'Article 13' copyright reform proposals

Wednesday September 12, 2018

Members of the European Parliament have approved legislation to revise copyright laws in a decision that has both angered and relieved some internet users because of conditions it may place on content providers.

Looking back at Steve Jobs's NeXT, Inc -- the most successful failure ever

Wednesday September 12, 2018

It seems little went right for NeXT and certainly nothing remains of this once promising company -- except that it is the reason Apple survives and it's how the web began. AppleInsider on the peculiar story of the company Steve Jobs formed after leaving Apple on September 12, 1985.

Qualcomm faces more antitrust scrutiny in Germany over iPhone modem lawsuits

Wednesday September 12, 2018

Qualcomm is facing increased scrutiny in Europe, with more preliminary investigations being made against the company over antitrust issues, due to a complaint from Apple earlier this year that alleges Qualcomm is using patent lawsuits in Germany as a means to monopolize part of the iPhone supply chain.

Adobe announces major video enhancements coming to Creative Cloud this year

Wednesday September 12, 2018

Adobe at IBC 2018 on Wednesday unveiled a slew of video-centric features set to debut in an update to the Creative Cloud suite later this year, from intelligent audio cleanup tools in Premiere Pro to enhanced animation in After Effects.

Apple Watch Series 4 front panel possibly shown in new images

Wednesday September 12, 2018

A new photo appears to confirm the edge-to-edge display expected in the latest Apple Watch ahead of today's official announcement.

Apple Watch Series 4 in 40mm and 44mm sizes confirmed in sitemap leak

Wednesday September 12, 2018

The Apple Watch Series 4 will be offered in slightly larger sizes than in previous generations, Wednesday's products page sitemap leak reveals, with this year's releases supposedly offered in 40-millimeter and 44-millimeter variants.

No sign of updates to Mac or iPad Pro in leaked Apple website file

Wednesday September 12, 2018

The inadvertently leaked site map from the Apple accessories page has revealed a treasure trove of information about the new iPhone lineup expected to debut -- but there is nothing on it suggesting that there are new iPad Pros coming, nor is there any indication that there is a Mac refresh happening at the event.

Apple Store sitemap leak confirms 'iPhone XS,' 'iPhone XS Max,' & 'iPhone Xr' names for 2018 models

Wednesday September 12, 2018

Apple appears to have confirmed the names of some of its incoming iPhone models for 2018 just ahead of its "Gather Round" launch event, after the product sitemap file for the online Apple Store was updated to include accessories for the "iPhone XS," "iPhone XS Max," and "iPhone Xr" suspected to be for the 6.1-inch LCD model.

Online Apple Store down in advance of 'iPhone XS' reveal event

Wednesday September 12, 2018

As it does every year, Apple has taken down its online store in preparation for the unveiling of the "iPhone XS" and potentially other products later in the day.

Kuo: Apple unlikely to integrate rear-facing 3D sensor in 2019 iPhone

Wednesday September 12, 2018

Contrary to industry expectations, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes the company will not integrate a rear-side time of flight (TOF) solution in its 2019 iPhone lineup, saying the technology is not yet ready for the augmented reality revolution.

FCC pauses review of Sprint and T-Mobile merger

Tuesday September 11, 2018

Government stops the "shot clock" on the merger's review period, in order to take a look at modeling.

Apple's premium-priced iPhone X hoisting up sales of iPhone 8 Plus, study suggests

Tuesday September 11, 2018

After Apple confirmed iPhone X to be the top-selling iPhone in both the first and second quarters of 2018, fresh data from Mixpanel suggests the premium-priced handset also acted as a halo device to prop up sales of iPhone 8 Plus.

Verizon's '5G' home broadband to launch on Oct. 1, free Apple TV 4K included

Tuesday September 11, 2018

Verizon is making good on promises to deliver what it touts as the world's first commercial 5G deployment, a home broadband service called Verizon 5G Home, announcing on Tuesday that installations will begin on Oct. 1.

Apple antenna engineer awarded prestigious Marconi Society honor

Tuesday September 11, 2018

Apple RF engineer Dr. Ding Nie has been named by the Marconi Society as one of four Paul Baran Young Scholars for his work toward increasing throughput in wireless systems.

Steven Soderbergh's 'High Flying Bird' shot on an iPhone, gets distribution deal

Tuesday September 11, 2018

Netflix is slated to distribute the drama "High Flying Bird" from the award-winning Soderbergh, who also released another iPhone-shot film, "Unsane," in early 2018.

Getting started with playing your own music in iTunes on the Mac

Tuesday September 11, 2018

If Apple won't chop iTunes up into separate apps, we will. AppleInsider takes each element of iTunes and shows you how to get the best out of it. First up: simply playing your own music collection.

Apple most shorted U.S. company, ahead of 'iPhone XS' launch

Tuesday September 11, 2018

S3 Partners says Apple was the most shorted company at $9.8 billion, ahead of Amazon, Tesla, and Alphabet- but it may be a function of Apple's prominence and high valuation.

Photos show alleged 'iPhone Xc' SIM trays in five colors

Tuesday September 11, 2018

Reinforcing the notion that the "iPhone Xc" will take after the colorful iPhone 5c, new images published on Monday are claimed to show SIM trays in five different metallic hues.

iPhone X versus Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Which phone for 'Fortnite' gaming?

Tuesday September 11, 2018

The arrival of "Fortnite" in beta on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 now means there's an Android-based competitor to the iPhone X for mobile gameplay. AppleInsider tries out both versions to see which smartphone you should play the hit game on.

Intel allegedly outsourcing some 14nm orders to TSMC as Mac chip maker struggles with die shrink

Tuesday September 11, 2018

Intel is reportedly outsourcing some of its 14-nanometer chip production to Apple's iPhone and iPad chip manufacturer because of high demand, as it continues to have problems shifting to 10nm fabrication.