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2020

Goldman trims near-term Apple estimates on coronavirus impact, sees rebound at end of 2020

Tuesday March 17, 2020

In a market research note released Tuesday, Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall cut near-term earnings estimates for Apple as the company braces for fallout from the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Work from home deals: save up to $250 instantly on Thunderbolt 3 displays for Apple users

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Working from home during the coronavirus pandemic can be challenging, but these Thunderbolt 3 displays help increase your screen real estate with easy connectivity to Apple's current MacBook Pros. Best of all, they're all on sale with fast shipping.

Sonos S2 update is a bitter pill that is necessary for the future of streaming

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Sonos has announced a forthcoming update to select speaker models that may ruffle a few feathers, but is a necessary step toward the future of streaming.

US officials, tech companies in talks to use location data to fight COVID-19

Tuesday March 17, 2020

U.S. officials are currently in active talks with Google, Facebook, and other tech companies about the possibility of leveraging Americans' smartphone location data to help fight the coronavirus, a new report indicates.

Here's how long the COVID-19 virus can live on your Mac, iPhone, keyboard, or Amazon box

Tuesday March 17, 2020

We can't tell you precisely how many minutes the 2019 Novel Coronavirus can survive on your iPhone, Mac, keyboard or shipment from Amazon -- but there are estimates that give good guidance on what you should do if you think your device has been exposed.

Apple may be looking at new suppliers for 'iPhone 12' OLED orders

Tuesday March 17, 2020

While Samsung and LG are the front-runners for OLED screens for the "iPhone 12," some new companies are stepping up efforts to become part of Apple's display supply chain for Apple's 2020 flagship.

How Apple's move to an ARM Mac is going to be a bumpy road for some

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Apple can engineer Macs with ARM processors instead of Intel ones, but it can't make all developers move with it -- and there are some complications that will cause some problems.

Popular $899 Apple MacBook Air deal is back, stock limited

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Looking for the best deal on Apple's thin and light MacBook Air? The $200 cash discount on the standard model has returned, with even more discounts on upgraded configs as well.

Movies Anywhere to launch film sharing feature in beta

Tuesday March 17, 2020

All-in-one viewing service Movies Anywhere announced a new feature on Tuesday that will let users share up to three movies a month with others, though the feature may launch too late for current social distancing recommendations.

Best Apple products and accessories for remote learning

Tuesday March 17, 2020

In the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic, many colleges, universities and other schools are closing their doors and opting for online classes. If you've suddenly been thrust into a remote education program, there are some Apple products and third-party accessories that can help.

HomeKit Secure Video support rolls out for Anker eufyCam 2 [u]

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Anker is now rolling out a firmware update to its eufyCam 2 security cameras bringing support for HomeKit Secure Video, after only starting with basic support for HomeKit after an update in January 2020.

UK's Carphone Warehouse closing 531 stores on April 3

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Carphone Warehouse, the UK's largest independent chain of mobile phone stores, is closing all of its standalone outlets, cutting down the number of options consumers will have for buying an iPhone on the high street.

Apple has radically expanded its remote learning & device management advice

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Apple has updated its technical, training, and support advice for IT staff in education, to help them set up and cope with the increased demand for home studying on Macs and iPads.

Only 'iPhone 12 Pro' models expected have time-of-flight sensor

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Code found in an iOS 14 leak indicates two of the three upcoming "iPhone 12" models will have a time-of-flight sensor, suggesting the non-pro model will not.

NBCUniversal offering $20 48-hour rentals of new release movies

Tuesday March 17, 2020

NBCUniversal will be offering people who can't go to the cinema the opportunity to watch new theatrical releases at home for $20 for two days, but it isn't yet clear if the features are coming to iTunes.

Apple's Magic Mouse may gain shape-changing capabilities

Tuesday March 17, 2020

The next Magic Mouse may have shape-shifting abilities, changing its physical proportions to make itself more comfortable to hold in the user's hand for long periods of time.

Apple isn't planning on limiting CarPlay just to a car's head unit

Tuesday March 17, 2020

Instead of CarPlay stuck on a separate display on a vehicle's head unit, Apple is working on integrating CarPlay into a car's regular dashboard -- and it may be a hint at how Apple itself may implement it in the Apple Car.

Apple China leaks four new iPad Pro models coming soon

Tuesday March 17, 2020

A new iPad user manual posted to Apple's Chinese-language website appears to have accidentally disclosed that the company is gearing up to release four new iPad Pro models sometime soon.

Apple Retail stores now closed 'until further notice'

Tuesday March 17, 2020

A new banner on the top of Apple's website has been posted saying that Apple Stores are closed until further notice, signifying an escalation in the company's plans to fight the coronavirus.

ITC to investigate Apple, other handset makers over claimed touchscreen patent violations

Monday March 16, 2020

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Monday said it plans to probe a number of tech companies, including Apple, on patent infringement claims involving touchscreen smartphones, computers and other devices.