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Apple World Today

News round-up: Apple appeal denied, APPL stock soars above $400, more

Since Steve and I can’t cover everything, we’ll frequently offer a wrap-...

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iMore

Remember that magazine Steve Jobs signed? Turns out it sold for $16,638.

Steve Jobs signed a magazine in 1989. Now it's worth nearly $17,000.

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MacRumors

Emails Reveal Why Steve Jobs and Phil Schiller Blocked In-App Purchase of Kindle Books

Internal Apple emails, made public by the House Judiciary Committee's an...

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Appleinsider

Steve Jobs autographed magazine cover sells for $16,638 at auction

A copy of Fortune magazine from 1989 featuring Steve Jobs and reluctantl...

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Appleinsider

Steve Jobs emails reveal why iOS users can't buy Kindle books

Newly unearthed documents made public by the U.S...

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9to5Mac

Internal emails show how an Amazon ad prompted Steve Jobs and Phil Schiller to block in-app purchases of Kindle books on iOS

As part of the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust probe into Apple, l...

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The Verge

Read Steve Jobs’ emails about why you can’t buy digital books in Amazon’s apps

"iBooks is going to be the only bookstore on iOS devices."

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Cult of Mac

Today in Apple history: Apple launches ill-fated Lisa project

On July 30, 1979, Apple engineers began work on the Lisa, the first comp...

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Pixel Envy

Big Tech’s Power Comes Under Fire at Congressional Antitrust Hearing

Ryan Tracy, Wall Street Journal: The chief executives of Amazon.com Inc...

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MacRumors

Leaker Jon Prosser Claims iPhone 12 and New iPads Will Launch in October

Leaker Jon Prosser, who has a mixed somewhat mixed track record when it ...

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iMore

You could own a magazine signed by Steve Jobs for (at least) $11k

Steve Jobs was on the cover of the October 9, 1989 issue of Fortune and ...

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Cult of Mac

Magazine begrudgingly signed by Steve Jobs hits auction this week

Like Steve Jobs? Have approximately $11,000 as a starting bid to pick up...

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Six Colors

Brent Simmons provides some App Store reality ↦

I love a good fisking, and Brent Simmons has done a number on a Cult of ...

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Appleinsider

Apple teases new Thailand store ahead of Friday opening

Ahead of a grand opening later this week, Apple on Tuesday offered an ea...

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9to5Mac

Magazine autographed by Steve Jobs hits the auction block with a humorous backstory

A new piece of Steve Jobs signed memorabilia is up for grabs this week...

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Appleinsider

Magazine cover signed by Steve Jobs heads to auction

Collectors of Apple memorabilia have an opportunity to acquire a rare ma...

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iMore

Imaging an Apple Silicon 12-inch MacBook Air

I kinda all-shades-of-want the first Apple Silicon Mac to be a new 12-in...

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Ars Technica

20 years ago, Steve Jobs built the “coolest computer ever”—and it bombed

"Nobody ever made anything like that," said Steve Jobs.

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Daring Fireball

Steven Levy on Steve Jobs and the G4 Cube

Plus: An interview from the archives, the most-read story in WIRED histo...

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The Loop

20 years ago, Steve Jobs built the ‘coolest computer ever.’ it bombed

Plus: An interview from the archives, the most-read story in WIRED histo...

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The Loop

∞ The moment Steve Jobs introduced “Jiggle Mode”

Posted on Thursday, July 23rd, 2020 at 6:57 am...

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iMore

Apple reportedly set to open its new store in Bangkok on July 25

According to a new report by MacRumors, Apple's second retail store in B...

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Six Colors

The most invisible and influential eras in Apple history (Macworld/Jason Snell)

I wrote my first story about Apple in 1993, meaning I’ve been covering A...

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Macworld

The most invisible and influential eras in Apple history

Jason Snell breaks down the company’s history by era and how Apple’s bus...

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iMore

Function101 is selling an Apple TV remote that (hopefully) doesn't suck

At this point, we all know the Apple TV Siri Remote sucks and for many r...

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iMore

Over 26% of iPhone SE customers came from an Android phone

Apple's low-cost iPhone served as a "bright spot" in the smartphone mark...

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MacRumors

Apple's iPhone SE Sales a 'Bright Spot' in Q2 2020 Thanks to Android Switchers and Those Upgrading From iPhone 6s or Older

Apple's U.S...

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iMore

Rene Ritchie: Why Apple Silicon is not ARM

The Mac isn't moving to ARM. It's moving to custom Apple Silicon...

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Cult of Mac

Today in Apple history: iPod gets a new Click Wheel

The fourth-gen iPod brings neat innovations to the popular Apple audio d...

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Cult of Mac

Today in Apple history: iMac G4 gets super-sized screen

Apple ships an iMac G4 with a 17-inch widescreen LCD display...

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