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Report: Apple improves revenue for devs over Android in 2015

04/17, 6:30pm

Android gains 70 percent of downloads, iOS gains 70 percent of revenue

A new report by analytics firm App Annie has revealed that Apple and Google, as the progenitors of iOS and Android respectively, are locked in a roughly stalemated battle when it comes to revenues from apps versus app downloads. Google's Android enjoys the majority of app downloads, as it has for some time -- but continues to be unable to catch Apple in terms of being able to reward developers for their work. In a set of charts from the analytics firm, Apple's revenue from app sales is about 70 percent higher than Google Play, while Google's downloads outpaced Apple's by 70 percent.

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Mac sales up, PC sales down, Apple remains top US smartphone brand

04/11, 8:30pm

Macs up nine percent, iPhone holds steady in US market

Led by gains in the US market both for its Mac computers and its iPhone 6 lineup, Apple continued to gain share where rivals lost it in the latest reports from both Gartner and ComScore. Although Apple actually lost a tenth of a percent in marketshare in smartphones in the US from last quarter, chief rival Samsung dropped ten times more, falling 1.1 percent on weaker demand. Apple now has 12 percent marketshare in the US, a nine percent gain year-over-year.

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Apple hit $1B in revenue in India in calendar 2014, report claims

04/09, 12:49pm

If true, figure would represent a 42 percent year-over-year increase

A new report from the Times of India newspaper claims that Apple has hit an important milestone in the country: $1 billion in revenue in a year. Citing a report by Cybermedia Research that claims the company sold 1.3 million iPhones in India over the course of calendar 2014, the paper says the $1B income market is "inevitable." If true, sales would have climbed 42 percent year-over-year, and are up 200 percent from three years ago.

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Mophie refreshes Space app; adds new Space Pack case and accessory

04/09, 10:14am

Case for iPhone brings 50% more battery, up to 128GB more local storage

Battery case manufacturer Mophie announced today the release of its revamped mobile application, Mophie Space 2.0, available in the App Store. Accompanying the latest version of Space is a new line of compatible Space products, including Spacestation, Space Pack for iPad mini, and Space Pack for the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus.

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Briefly: Dryft buyout, iOS 8.3 has Wi-Fi calling, Disney TV pressure

04/08, 7:32pm

Apple bought out alternative keyboard maker late last year, reports claim

Apple apparently bought out software keyboard developer Dryft last September, acquiring one of the co-founders of Swype in the process, according to reports. CEO Randy Marsden changed his job title to Apple's iOS Keyboard Manager on LinkedIn around the same time as the deal allegedly happened. Apple only rarely confirms acquisitions of small tech companies like Dryft.

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Apple releases OS X 10.10.3, Photos for Mac, iOS 8.3

04/08, 2:08pm

Widely beta-tested, each brings new features to devices

With today's release of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, Apple is officially releasing its iPhoto replacement program Photos for the Mac. While the program has already been in use on iOS for some time, the new program sits alongside existing iPhoto or Aperture libraries with its own copy, and adds new abilities and features we have previously reported on. The update, leaked earlier today, also brings a non-beta version of iCloud Photo Library and new emoji, while the iOS 8.3 release shares the emoji improvements and adds wireless CarPlay support, along with new Siri accents and languages.

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Hands On: OmniFocus 2.1.1 (iOS)

04/07, 9:36am

Small number, big, big update

We put this on our To Do list three months ago: "Write combined Hands On about both OmniFocus and OmniOutliner's new iPhone versions". The company said they were coming, they were quite clear about what would be new about them, we were quite sure it was an important update but also that it wasn't worth a complete re-review of them. We've covered both apps before, we've liked both of them a lot, they haven't changed. Except, in use the one big new feature in OmniFocus is bigger than we thought -- and much more has changed too.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 edge just as susceptible to bending as iPhone

04/03, 11:22am

Screen of Samsung offering shatters sooner than iPhone

Warranty firm Square Trade has put the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge on its testing bench, and has found the device just as susceptible to bending as the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Additionally, the phone has a further flaw, with the bend testing finding that the screen on the new device is more likely to shatter under the force than the Apple iPhone did, leaving the user with "a pocket full of broken glass."

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Samsung reportedly sole provider of Apple future A9 processor

04/03, 8:36am

Samsung and partner said to regain contract lost by TSMC

Potentially confirming earlier reports, Samsung has apparently won the contract to manufacture the main chip in Apple's forthcoming iOS lineup. According to sources familiar with the matter, the manufacturer will produce the Apple-designed chip at the Giheung plant in South Korea, with spillover orders going to Samsung partner Globalfoundries.

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Briefly: Autism Awareness Day apps, Apple's rising China marketshare

04/02, 7:11pm

Apple spotlights World Autism Awareness Day with spotlight on helpful apps

Apple has showcased 16 apps specifically designed for autistic persons in the Education section of the iOS App Store. Two apps in particular, Proloquo2Go and Proloquo4Text, are being offered at an unusual sale price of $110 and $120 respectively, half off their normal cost due to the promotion. MacNN reviewed Proloquo2Go a little over a year ago, finding it be the best in class. Other apps spotlighted help users with math, clothing choices, environment comfort, and more.

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Report: Apple demanding studios provide streaming for TV service

04/01, 5:35pm

Apple leaving streaming to broadcasters; sticking with hardware, software

As part of its as yet unconfirmed live television service, Apple is reportedly asking the networks themselves to handle the technical details, and associated costs of the streams that will reportedly be available on the Apple TV, similar to deals in place now. Costs generally run $0.05 per stream per hour, but executives are said to be balking at the potential cost for the as yet unknown demand for the service.

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ITC to investigate Apple over Ericsson LTE patent claims

03/31, 12:34pm

Apple, Ericsson at loggerheads over fair rate for standards-essential patents

The US International Trade Commission has announced a formal investigation into a complaint filed by Ericsson -- along with a handful of court cases -- following a lawsuit by Apple over what the iPhone maker says is a dispute about a fair rate for some standards-essential and LTE patents. The battle began earlier this year, when Apple complained to a court about "excessive" rates Ericsson wanted to charge for previously-licensed LTE technology.

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Apple stores in US, Europe now accepting non-iPhone trade-ins

03/30, 1:43pm

Program expected to encourage more switchers, add to iPhone 6 sales

As reported previously, Apple has now expanded its "reuse and recycling" program in the US and Europe to include now taking selected models of non-iPhone smartphones as trade-in towards a new iPhone. The program is now operating throughout the US, Canada, the UK, France, and Italy, and may be operating in other countries as well. Only specific recent models are eligible, but customers can being the process either online or in person at an Apple Store.

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Hands On: Clips 1.1.3 (iOS)

03/29, 6:35pm

An iOS clipboard manager you didn't know you needed

If you don't happen to know what a clipboard manager is, you need one. If you do and you've also tried out a couple, you know why you need it and you know just how hard it will be to make you give them up. Not to rub it in if you haven't tried one yet but they have been around for a very long time – or at least they have on Macs. With iPhone and iPads, it's really taken until iOS 8 for them to be possible. Clips is a free clipboard manager for iOS and it is just about as good as Apple allows it to be.

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Briefly: iPhone trade-ins coming to China, Apple TV adds CNNgo

03/26, 1:53pm

Trade-up program for older iPhones expected to kick off March 31

According to reports, Apple is set to launch an iPhone trade-in program in China on March 31, joining several existing programs in other countries around the world, including the US, Canada, the Netherlands, and a number of European countries, among others. Users will be able to bring in older iPhone and trade it in for store credit towards a newer model. The program has been shown to boost sales.

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Review: Seagate Wireless

03/24, 1:34pm

Portable storage for all your mobile devices

It seems like no matter how much internal storage is included today's mobile devices, we, as users, will always find a way to fill them up. This is where Seagate's Wireless can come in handy, especially now that more devices are making the move away from removable media. The 500GB drive can be accessed wirelessly, meaning users can store photos, videos, and music that would normally take up precious space off of their mobile device. On paper, the Wireless seems like a very useful tool, so we managed to get our hands on one, fill it with data, and take it on vacation to see just how well it really worked.

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Analysts: Android switchers driving Apple sales growth

03/23, 1:23pm

Combination of larger screens, Apple Pay, Apple Watch intriguing Android users

Investment firm Cowen and Company has opted to raise its year-end target price on Apple stock to $135 following a survey it conducted with existing smartphone owners around the world. After polling some 3,000 people in various regions, the firm discovered that 25 percent of all iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus sales are coming from Android switchers, who are persuaded not just by the larger displays.

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Briefly: 77 percent on iOS 8, cracking box for older iOS versions

03/18, 4:52pm

Potential but unwieldy security threat to those running pre-iOS 8.1.1

A new device on the market costing $300 could be used by attackers to crack the PIN codes on iOS devices running system versions older than iOS 8.1.1. While the chances of it being used on someone's personal device are extremely low -- since it requires both physical access to the device as well as a great deal of time -- users can protect their devices and foil the so-called "IP Box" attack by moving to a more complex passcode.

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Apple's Tim Cook interviewed: talks products, collaboration, Jobs

03/18, 2:39pm

CEO vows to improve quality, says collaboration is why Apple is better

Following an excerpt from the forthcoming biography called Becoming Steve Jobs about the mercurial co-founder and former CEO of Apple, the company's current leader Tim Cook was interviewed by Fast Company about what has changed -- and what has stayed the same -- since Jobs' untimely death in 2011. In the wide-ranging conversation, Cook owns up to some growing pains, but says the spirit of Jobs lives on.

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Apple Watch: FCC approval, Mail Pilot, Android Wear

03/17, 9:00pm

Apple hints that Apple Watch has received FCC approval

Apple on Tuesday removed disclaimer language from its Apple Watch web page, signalling that it has obtained approval for sale of the device in at least the US, if not all the major countries where Apple is currently planning to launch the Apple Watch at retail beginning April 24. The Watch will be available for preview and pre-ordering -- but not for sale -- at Apple Stores beginning April 10 in select countries.

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Hands On: Citymapper 5.01 (iPhone)

03/17, 3:13pm

Updated travel app is very impressive if it covers your city

The best way to see any city is on foot. The cheapest way to see it is by public transport. The most expensive way to check out the sights is by taxi. Travel app Citymapper, now updated to version 5.01, shows you the best routes for all three, and does so very well. Mind you, it's useless if you aren't going to one of the cities it includes.

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Patent troll $100M 'rocket docket' lawsuit ends in Apple's favor

03/17, 9:47am

Lawsuit alleged every Apple mobile device abused assortment of ex-Nokia patents

Late Monday, a jury ended a legal battle with a patent licensing firm. A jury in Texas' "rocket docket" declared that Apple did not infringe on five patents held by Conversant owned Core Wireless Licensing SARL, who was seeking $100 million in damages, and a portion of Apple's device sales going forward, some of which may have been paid out to Microsoft.

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MacNN Podcast, episode six: New MacBook, ResearchKit, Title II, more

03/16, 6:00pm

Our panel still talking about 'Spring Forward' event ramifications

The MacNN Podcast episode six is now available (later than normal -- sorry about that), and this week we looked at the new MacBook and weigh up its pros and cons; talk about Apple Watch pricing and some new details that have come out since last Monday; delve into ResearchKit, which is already making big waves in the medical community; discuss Samsung's Galaxy S6 and the line's fading status as an "iPhone killer" (though still likely to be a very successful competitor); and get into the actual meat of the FCC's net neutrality and Title II proposal.

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Apple may lure Android users to iPhone with trade-ins of old devices

03/16, 5:04pm

Report claims non-Apple device trade-in program starting in coming weeks

Owners of Android smartphones may soon be able to earn some money by trading in their old devices, this time via Apple. A report claims Apple is looking to start accepting non-Apple devices in an upcoming refresh of its recycling and trade-in program, with the program providing Android switchers with gift cards that can then be used to purchase iPhones.

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Analysts: iPhone 6 sales remained strong in March quarter

03/12, 2:20pm

Investment firms believe Apple sold well north of 54 million units

Two investment analyst firms, Barclays Capital and UBS, have issued their first predictions on the number of iPhones Apple is likely to sell in its fiscal second quarter, which concludes at the end of March. The firms disagree on the exact number of units, but are within 10 percent of each other, ranging from 54 million to 58 million units. UBS' Evidence Lab is predicting higher numbers, but Wall Street estimates remain conservative.

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Hands On: Pronto Smart Remote with app by Peel

03/12, 12:32pm

Turn your iOS devices into a smart remote

Universal controllers for entertainment systems have been around for a while, but a basket full of remotes is still a common fixture in many homes. The Pronto smart remote is here to replace all of those remotes with an iOS app and a little black monolith. With the Peel iOS app, the user connects to the Pronto via Bluetooth and sends out infrared (IR) commands to various entertainment system components in the room. We liked the ability to reduce multiple controllers down to a single app on a device we usually have on hand while we're watching TV anyway, but it wasn't without its issues.

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Living With: Apple Maps (OS X, iOS)

03/11, 3:06pm

Apple Maps is underrated, except when it isn't

Well, this is awkward: I'm about to enthuse at you about how and why Apple Maps is very good, but the impetus came when my wife Angela offered to pick me up from a meeting in Kings Heath, Birmingham (in England, for those not familiar with the place). I shared my location with her over Messages and was just thinking how handy this was, how straightforward and easy it was -- when she texted back "why are you in Stechford?"

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Cue shows Apple Pay, taunts Samsung Pay at Oracle Arena

03/07, 10:48am

Details of Apple Pay on iPhone 5 family revealed

Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue made an appearance at Oakland, California's Oracle Arena, and showed off the Apple Watch's Apple Pay functionality -- and took a veiled swipe at a competitor at the same time. Sporting the stainless steel model of the Watch, Cue showed how the device functions with the iPhone 6 series family, as well as confirmed an important detail of how the Apple Watch will bring Apple Pay to the iPhone 5 series of phones.

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Apple, Japan Display agree to deal on $1.4B LCD plant

03/06, 1:00pm

Facility will open next year, ensure steady LCD display supply for iPhone

Japan Display, a company created by three Japanese tech firms in 2012, has agreed to a deal with Apple to help build a $1.4 billion new display manufacturing facility that should increase its overall LCD capacity by 20 percent. The company already supplies Apple with some 50,000 raw-material Retina display panels per month at present, and the investment by Apple in the new facility could guarantee a steady supply in the future.

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Battery replacement program for iPhone 5 extended until 2016

03/06, 8:27am

Small batch of iPhones may have short-lived battery

A battery exchange program for some iPhone 5 users has been extended into from this year into 2016. Initially limited to "two years after the first retail sale or until March 1, 2015, whichever gives longer coverage" the language on Apple's website for the program was quietly changed to run through January 2016.

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Gartner confirms Apple now top smartphone seller globally

03/03, 3:24pm

New report partially reiterates earlier IDC analysis on record holiday quarter

While significantly disagreeing on the shipment or sales numbers of its rivals, analysis firms IDC and Gartner have agreed that Apple surpassed all expectations in a number of areas with its record-shattering calendar Q4 performance, with Gartner awarding Apple the crown of top smartphone seller in the world. An earlier report by IDC had Apple barely missing the top spot, claiming that Samsung shipped 75.1 million units, despite a sharp drop in profits and revenue.

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Forums: clean installs, contact access and more

03/03, 1:28pm

clean installs, contact access and more

Yesterday in the MacNN forums, one Fresh-Faced Recruit was asking other members how they might go about doing a clean install of the OS on a 2010 MacBook Pro that they don't have a system install disc for. A discussion about giving Apps access to contacts was started by Mac Elite "jeff k" earlier this week, after he asked about a specific app that was requesting such access.

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New Jersey man hospitalized by exploded iPhone 5c battery

02/28, 12:36pm

Man claims battery spontaneously exploded, lit his leg and pants on fire

An iPhone has reportedly exploded in a Long Island, New York man's pocket, sending him to the burn ward for 10 days. Erik Johnson was given a swath of third-degree burns on his left thigh after he bent over to get keys, when he heard a pop and, according to Johnson's claims, the battery burst and caught on fire, burning the man severely. An iPhone 5c belonging to a MacNN editor isn't seeing any bulging or any signs of problem, nor have we heard any previous claims for this model, but Johnson has photographic proof of the explosion.

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Hands On: Hero Keyboard (iOS)

02/28, 10:52am

A series of circular key sets that claim to save three feet every tweet

Hero Keyboard by Corey Stone is a keyboard app that arranges the letters based on the frequency of use in the English language, to make it easier for the user to type with both of their thumbs. The keyboard consists of three concentric rings surrounding a circular "space" button. More frequently-used letters displayed larger and more centrally than less popular letters. As a result of this configuration, the letters at the top of the first ring spell out "HERO," hence the name of the keyboard.

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Hands On: RemindMeAt (iOS)

02/28, 9:44am

That's Remind Me At, not Remind Meat

Deep in the recesses of Southern California is a path, in a park, that splits to the left and the right. The left path leads to a duck pond, and the right does not. Once upon a time there was a child, who would always get her family lost in the park, because every time she would forget they had to go left to get to the duck pond. Every. Single. Time. She would think, "this time, I'll get it right. This time we go right!" And every time, she was wrong. If only smartphones existed back then, she could have used RemindMeAt to set up a note that would appear when she arrived at the park, reminding her to go left.

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Hands On: AG Drive (iOS)

02/27, 3:55pm

Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery?

Fittingly enough for a racing game, let's get this out front: AG Drive ($4) is a Wipeout clone. That isn't a strike against it – the developer admits it, the Wipeout series has plenty of fans, and many worthy titles have followed the same template. But a game can hew close to that template or build a unique identity, and execution, ultimately, is everything.

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Weekly Deals: OWC Garage Sale, Rosetta Stone, WD Black 4TB HD

02/27, 12:25pm

Daily deals for Friday February 27, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the time when we search for deals, offers, discounts, and sales on hardware, software, and other technology for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. Alongside our usual recap of still-active deals, the new batch of offers include an omnibus deal on Rosetta Stone, a battery case for the iPhone 6, and a heads-up on the OWC garage sale.

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More lawsuits, ITC complaint filed in Apple vs. Ericsson FRAND fight

02/27, 9:26am

Ericsson source of latest barrage, court filings made in Eastern District of Texas

On February 26, Ericsson filed two complaints with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) and seven complaints in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas against Apple, asserting 41 patents covering many aspects of Apple's iPhones and iPads. The patents include standards-essential patents related to the 2G and 4G/LTE standards, as well as other patents that are critical to features and functionality of Apple devices, such as the design of semiconductor components, user interface software, location services and applications, as well as the iOS operating system.

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Android loses share to iOS in mobile enterprise arena

02/26, 10:08pm

Windows Phone holds steady at one percent; BlackBerry not counted in survey

The latest Good Technology Mobility Index Report on the mobile enterprise space, based on a survey of Good's customer base for its own enterprise-level email services, shows iOS gaining ground by taking away share from Android in calendar Q4 2014, with the former growing by four percentage points to hit 73 percent share of global enterprise activations. Android fell by the same amount to 25 percent, while Windows Phone held steady at one percent.

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Apple Pay now accepted at more than 860 Firehouse Subs locations in US

02/26, 6:03pm

Chain has had NFC compatibility previously, will upgrade new locations as well

In addition to sandwich chain Panera Bread and Subway, and fast food king McDonald's, some 860 branch locations of sub sandwich chain Firehouse Subs will now officially begin accepting Apple Pay starting today. Apple Pay allows users to pay for food by simply holding the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus to a terminal while holding the Touch ID button on the devices. The franchise is hoping to more than double the number of locations it has in the US to over 2,000 by 2020.

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Pointers: introducing Siri to your family

02/25, 8:24pm

Ridiculously easy way to edit relationship data into Contacts

This week's Pointers tip is short and sweet, and one of those head-slapping "of course!" moments. It's a far simpler way of adding your family into Siri so that she (or he) will understand who you mean when you say "send a text to my wife" or "read me the last email from my father." You can do this manually in Contacts (or the previous version, known as Address Book), but its a bit labor-intensive that way. Using this easier method, you can eliminate the dreaded "which John did you mean?" when you know more than one, and meant the one you're related to.

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IDC: iOS, Android control 96.3 percent of entire smartphone market

02/25, 7:11pm

Samsung grabs lion's share of shipments, but Apple takes 90 percent of profits

Based on shipment data, analyst firm IDC has determined that Apple and Samsung have effectively gained full control of the smartphone market, splitting 96.3 percent of all smartphones shipped -- up nearly a full percentage point from the same period last year. All Android phones combined account for 81.5 percent in 2014, a slight increase from 2013. The percentages flip, however, when talking about money rather than units -- with Apple said to get 90 percent of the profits in the industry.

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AAPL: Analysts revise estimates as North American sales increase

02/23, 7:14pm

Current boost to stock may render estimates irrelevant even as they are published

A number of analysts revised their expectations for Apple's stock last week -- only to watch those year-end estimates melt in the face of the stock's current performance, which ended trading on Monday at yet another all-time high of $133 per share. The combination of much better-than-expected sales in the holiday quarter and the increasing interest in Apple's other initiatives -- ranging from Apple Pay to forthcoming products like the Apple Watch and a possible-but-far-off car design -- has sent the stock skyrocketing.

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Hands On: Calcbot 2 (iOS, OS X)

02/22, 4:21pm

Redesigned calculator app gets excellent new features

You need a pretty compelling reason to ditch the calculator that Apple supplies on iPhones -- and the new Calcbot 2, from TapBots, offers several. Weirdly, Apple still doesn't provide a default calculator on the iPad, so at some point you're going to want one, and when you eventually need it, you'll find this app compelling.

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Apple reportedly launching wide public beta of iOS 8.3 in May

02/21, 10:30am

Move possible, but would require re-think by Apple of existing OS security

According to "sources familiar with the matter," Apple is intending to launch more public beta releases of upcoming system software, starting with a revision to iOS8 in mid-May. The move may be intended to help deflect criticism of recent, high-profile bugs in releases of both Apple's iOS, as well as in its desktop operating system, OS X.

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Virgin appears to give up on iPhone, pulls mentions from store

02/20, 1:58pm

Move could be temporary, with iPhone 6 permission coming from Sprint

While other Sprint mobile network resellers -- such as Ting and Straight Talk -- are preparing to finally be allowed to offer the latest iPhone 6 models, one company appears to have gone in the opposite direction. Virgin Mobile USA, which has continually had inventory issues with its current offerings of iPhone 5/5c/5s models since the launch of the iPhone 6, has now removed all mention of Apple products from its online storefront -- though this could be a temporary measure.

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Forums: false accusations, trash warnings and more

02/20, 11:34am

false accusations, trash warnings and more

This week in the MacNN Forums, members have been giving useful advice and helping others solve a variety of problems. Yesterday one angry Fresh-Faced Recruit turned to the forums to seek an explanation for a situation where the Apple store has allegedly falsely accused them of tampering with their iPhone, and refuses to fix it under warranty.

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Japan Display seeking Apple's help with building a new LCD fab plant

02/20, 8:43am

Apple expected to shoulder $1.7 billion construction cost of new facility

Manufacturer Japan Display is reportedly in advanced discussions with Apple to bring more of its screens to Apple devices, beyond the 50,000 raw-material panels it supplies now. As part of the deal, the Japanese company is asking Apple to bear most of the $1.7 billion it would take to build a new plant, with a requirement of screen production in 2016. The iPhone maker may be a little gunshy on the deal, given how badly its financing arrangement for the GT Advanced sapphire-producing plant turned out.

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Apple tops customer loyalty charts in Brand Keys survey

02/19, 1:01pm

Beats headphones, iOS devices, MacBook all leaders in their respective categories

A new survey measuring customer loyalty and engagement has picked several categories of Apple products as the best in their field, at least in the minds of consumers. Beats headphones were the top most-liked headphone brand, the combined MacBook lines took best laptop, and the iPhone and iPad unsurprisingly won best smartphone and tablet, respectively. The Consumer Loyalty Engagement Index measures how well a product meets -- or exceeds -- consumer expectations.

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Giveaway: win Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut!

02/18, 1:21pm

win 1 of 2 copies of Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut

Late last year, Harebrained Schemes released their latest title Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut. This RPG game features 17 missions, intuitive touch interface, team customizations options and more. Last week, our staff completed a Hands On review, and also obtained two iOS App Store redemption codes to give to our readers.

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