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The best Smart Connector keyboard for iPad Pro: Apple Smart Keyboard vs. Logitech Create

02/06/2016, 06:32:00 PM, Posted By Neil Hughes

The first two Smart Connector accessories for iPad Pro offer very different keyboard style experiences, each addressing two different types of tablet users. But which keyboard is best, Apple's Smart Keyboard or Logitech's Create? AppleInsider breaks down which accessory is best for you.

Sharp takeover deal should be finalized by end of February, Foxconn CEO says

02/05/2016, 11:08:19 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

The Foxconn bid to take over Sharp is now only awaiting finalized details between the two parties, Foxconn's CEO Terry Gou told reporters on Friday, indicating that Innovation Network Corp. has indeed been cut out of the loop.

Apple updates Final Cut Pro X, Compressor and Motion with new features

02/04/2016, 08:29:00 PM, Posted By AppleInsider Staff

Apple on Thursday rolled out a trio of updates for its pro-level video editing suite, bumping versions of Final Cut Pro X, Compressor and Motion with feature additions and numerous bug fixes.

After abandoning iAd revenue, Apple Inc can reintroduce an ad-free internet

01/18/2016, 01:37:00 AM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

Apple's five year effort to radically enhance iOS app advertising with its own ad sales has now been scuttled. That opens the door for an even more radical rethinking of how to monetize apps and Internet services, one that is clearly differentiated from the incessant adware associated with Android, Windows and the open web.

This week on AppleInsider: New betas, iAd flies the white flag, Apple Music hits 10M users & more

01/16/2016, 05:16:00 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Apple news was perhaps mercifully quiet this week -- but the company did hit important milestones with Mac sales and Apple Music, while finally giving up the ghost for its long-suffering iAd division.

Piper Jaffray lowers March iPhone estimates to 55M, sees return to growth in fall 2016

01/12/2016, 12:12:00 AM, Posted By Mikey Campbell

Ahead of Apple's upcoming quarterly earnings report, investment firm Piper Jaffray lowered iPhone shipment estimates to 55 million units for the current quarter, but maintains AAPL is the year's top stock pick.

Samsung reports weak profits for Q4 while shipping 12.5% more smartphones, casting doubt on Apple, Inc's "Peak iPhone" rumors

01/07/2016, 11:25:00 PM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

Samsung reported preliminary earnings for the December quarter, missing analysts' profit estimates while shipping 12.5 percent more smartphones over the year-ago quarter. That calls into question the supposed flat demand for smartphones, a problem alleged to also affect Apple.

Analyst: Nikkei iPhone 6s supplier story says nothing of iPhone demand; site wrong before in 2013

01/05/2016, 06:46:00 PM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

While reporting that Apple could cut supplier orders for new iPhone 6s models by "30 percent," Japanese business newspaper Nikkei has characterized the move as "inventory adjustment" while adding that other iPhone models "have continued to sell."

Munster: Fears of March iPhone sales contraction overdone, December report will clear the air

01/05/2016, 05:46:00 PM, Posted By Mikey Campbell

Deviating from a bandwagon of media reports interpreting recent supply chain rumors as a harbinger of iPhone's first year-over-year sales contraction, PiperJaffray analyst Gene Munster believes production estimates have little to do with final reported sales. For a more accurate representation, investors should instead look to key data points from Apple itself.

What's next for Apple in 2016: a focus on HomeKit, Apple Pay & Maps ecosystems

12/29/2015, 08:21:00 AM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

In 2015, Apple dramatically enhanced its ability to make money, and at the same time incrementally dismantled the profit engines of its competitors, leaving them even weaker for their next match in 2016. But Apple has several weaknesses related to the core strength of its existing ecosystems that it needs to address over the coming year if it wants to retain and enhance its brand of excellence that drives sales of its premium, profitable hardware.

Apple assigns App Store oversight to Phil Schiller in apparent nod to developer issues

12/18/2015, 04:13:00 AM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

Apple's decision to split its App Stores out of Eddy Cue's iTunes and iCloud oversight and instead assign them to Phil Schiller, its head of worldwide marketing, appears to based on an effort to differentiate platform management of developers' interactive apps from the reselling of static content from media holders, and to handle each appropriately.

JP Morgan adds to Apple supply chain worries, cuts early 2016 iPhone estimates

12/17/2015, 11:11:00 AM, Posted By Neil Hughes

The parade of analysts concerned about weak outlooks from Apple suppliers continues to grow, with J.P. Morgan on Thursday advising investors that it is reducing near-term forecasts for iPhone sales.

Review: Mophie Juice Pack Reserve for iPhone 6/6s & Power Reserve 1X external battery

11/19/2015, 11:40:00 AM, Posted By Neil Hughes

Battery maker Mophie's latest portable charging accessories are compact, convenient and durable, making them an easy recommendation for anyone looking to keep their iPhone juiced on the go.

Review: Apple's iPad Pro with A9X CPU and 12.9-inch Retina display

11/14/2015, 02:21:00 AM, Posted By Neil Hughes

The iPad Pro is Apple's most fully realized example yet of the future of computing, with a workhorse of a processor and a beautiful 12.9-inch Retina display packed inside a svelte, ultraportable design. Current limitations with iOS apps prevent it from being a PC replacement for the most demanding tasks, and at $799 it won't appeal to casual users, but we are confident the iPad Pro will carve out a niche in the high-end market.

Review: Fourth-gen Apple TV with Siri Remote and tvOS App Store

11/02/2015, 08:00:00 PM, Posted By Neil Hughes

The new Apple TV has been revamped both inside and out, sporting an entirely new operating system dubbed tvOS that brings it even closer to iOS, along with an overhauled Siri Remote featuring voice input and a fantastic clickable trackpad. But it's what's yet to come --namely, the growth of the Apple TV App Store --that will make or break the next-generation set-top box.

New 4K & 5K iMacs support 10-bit screen color for improved image accuracy

10/30/2015, 12:15:00 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Apple's latest Retina iMacs support 10-bit screen color, something that may be especially useful for professional photo and video editors in the future, reports said on Friday.

iOS 9's Apple News expands publisher reach as readership climbs toward 40 million

10/29/2015, 05:00:00 AM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

Apple News is already seeing strong adoption, with more than twice as many readers as Apple Music has listeners -- no doubt because News is effortless to use, with no subscription plan or signup required. Apple is now expanding News app's publisher base by publicly documenting its underlying "Apple News Format" specification.

AppleInsider podcast goes hands-on with iPhone 6s, talks 3D Touch, music subscriptions, more

10/02/2015, 08:02:00 AM, Posted By Victor Marks

On this week's AppleInsider podcast, Dan talks about his final review unit of the iPhone 6s, Mikey has three new iPhones, and we talk 3D Touch, El Capitan, whether or not to subscribe to Apple Music, and Aaron Sorkin's tiff with Tim Cook.

Amazon updates Fire tablets & TV products, introduces $50 tablet & $100 4K Fire TV

09/17/2015, 10:03:00 AM, Posted By AppleInsider Staff

Amazon on Thursday announced seven new hardware products from its Fire lineup of tablets and streaming TV accessories, including an entry-level tablet that costs just $49.99, and a new $99.99 Fire TV with support for 4K video content.

Hewlett-Packard to axe as many as 30,000 more jobs amid restructuring

09/16/2015, 10:05:36 AM, Posted By AppleInsider Staff

The restructuring effort that will see seminal Silicon Valley firm Hewlett-Packard split into two companies will also cause an additional 30,000 employees to lose their jobs, the company has revealed.