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Tim Cook has had enough of Apple chip hack speculation

Tim Cook has had enough of Apple chip hack speculation

Earlier this month, Bloomberg Businessweek published a long report alleging that Chinese intelligence had managed to implant malicious chips on servers ultimately used by Apple, Amazon, and some other major companies and agencies. Apple was quick to denounce the report, and now company CEO Tim Cook is calling for the publication to retract its story.

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OnePlus 6T event date changed to steer clear of Apple

OnePlus 6T event date changed to steer clear of Apple

Yesterday, Apple announced that it will host a new product reveal event on October 30, likely for the iPad we saw no sign of during its iPhone reveal in September. While Apple hosting a follow up event where it talks about the iPad isn't really anything new, this year there's a bit of a problem, at least as far as consumers are concerned: That's also the day OnePlus plans to launch the OnePlus 6T with a reveal event of its own.

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Expect the big Apple oust of Intel in Macs from 2020 says analyst

Expect the big Apple oust of Intel in Macs from 2020 says analyst

Apple's big Mac switch from Intel chips to its own processors won't be happening any time soon, and could end up seeing the Cupertino firm shift its silicon dependence from one firm to another. That's the prediction from one Apple analyst, riffing on long-standing rumors that the company aims to oust Intel from at least some of its laptops and desktops and use its own, in-house designs in their place.

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Apple Event and OnePlus 6T day: which will you watch?

Apple Event and OnePlus 6T day: which will you watch?

At the announcement of Apple's latest event it's become apparent that some scheduling conflicts are in order. The most extreme is that of the launch of the OnePlus 6T, a smartphone from Android phone company OnePlus, a company that doesn't usually have to deal with conflicts of this sort. To be fair, Apple's event won't exactly have competing products shown - it's more likely ready to roll with a new iPad and MacBook - but the conflict remains.

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What keeps Apple’s Jony Ive awake at night

What keeps Apple’s Jony Ive awake at night

Jony Ive may be excited about the design team moving, en-masse, into Apple Park, not to mention the potential of the Apple Watch, but the famed designer still finds something to keep him up at night. Ive has taken an increasingly important role at Apple since the death of Steve Jobs, even taking two years out from his regular tasks at the company to shepherd Apple Park, the company's huge new campus, to completion.

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iPhone XR release: How to preorder

iPhone XR release: How to preorder

Today the iPhone XR goes on sale around the world, and we've got the details you'll need to get specific in your region and on your carrier. We're focusing on the United States here, mainly - but most details can be extrapolated to your given country and time. It all begins on October 19th at 12:01 AM Pacific Time - this morning.

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Apple has a USB-C surprise for Apple Watch owners

Apple has a USB-C surprise for Apple Watch owners

For years now, a consistent truth of buying Apple products is that you're going to have to deal with a proprietary charger of some kind. Whether it was the 30-pin connector that first appeared back in the days or the iPod or the Lightning connector that succeeded it, we've been using proprietary chargers with Apple devices for a long time. That may all be changing soon, as rumors claiming that Apple will soon make the jump to USB-C have been swirling for months.

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iPad Pro 2018: what to expect from the most disruptive iPad yet

iPad Pro 2018: what to expect from the most disruptive iPad yet

Apple has confirmed it. Well, not the new iPad Pros yet but an event that will be held on October 30. While the slogan is as open-ended as it can be, there will be groans and cries of disappointment if it won't be about the Apple's much-speculated tablets, even if just partly. That's because ever since Apple introduced the first iPad Pro in late 2015, this year's iPad Pro generation might have the biggest changes in iPad history, even all of Apple history to some extent. Here are the reasons why.

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Apple TV app gets PlayStation Vue livestreaming TV support

Apple TV app gets PlayStation Vue livestreaming TV support

Sony's livestreaming television service PlayStation Vue is now available through Apple's TV app on the Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad. The company announced the new support this evening, revealing that existing customers can now activate the serivce on their Apple device. As always, new customers have the option of signing up for a free trial.

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Apple Personal Data download: How to get your stuff

Apple Personal Data download: How to get your stuff

As of this week, users are able to download a copy of their Apple data, including most of the history they've got with the company digitally. That includes the data you store with Apple too, including calendars, photos, documents, and more. This data download is very similar to what Google offers with Google Takeout, and both services are entirely free to use.

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iPhone XR early video reviews arrive ahead of Friday preorders

iPhone XR early video reviews arrive ahead of Friday preorders

Apple has provided a select pool of YouTubers with the iPhone XR, ushering in the first round of video reviews. Pre-orders for the device will go live just after midnight on October 19, giving customers the opportunity to order the cheapest of Apple's three new iPhone models. The iPhone XR, unlike the XS and XS Max, features an LCD and single-lens camera.

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Apple October 30 event confirmed: iPad Pro likely the focus

Apple October 30 event confirmed: iPad Pro likely the focus

Apple's next big event is on October 30, with the company confirming today that it will show us its latest wares in Brooklyn, New York. The event is expected to feature new iPad Pro models, though all Apple is saying for now is the tagline for the day is "There's more in the making."

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