Intel is preparing to make changes to how manufacturing will be managed after the arm’s leader retires in November, with claims the group will be spit into three segments with separate leaders, as the company attempts to catch up with its repeatedly delayed product launches.
Russia’s Caviar has launched specially-customized "Grand Complications" versions of the iPhone XS and XS Max, in which the rear shell has been replaced by precious metals and a working watch mechanism.
Cement isn’t often something one considers when looking at speakers, but the construction material is exactly what Master and Dynamic used as they set out to build their large and ambitious MA770 wireless powerhouse.
mophie is a well-known brand when it comes to portable power. With accessories from cables to portable batteries and more, the company has a solution for any power problem. Today, the company announced the mophie powerstation USB-C 3XL.
The mophie powerstation line of batteries are designed to give you extra power on all of your devices. This new powerstaion USB-C 3XL brings 45W USB-C PD and more to your bag, making sure your devices are always topped off.
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AirPods are sold out and unavailable for purchase in many Apple retail stores across Europe and in Apple’s online stores in those countries, as noticed by French site Watch Generation.
It’s not clear when the AirPods went out of stock, but the earphones are listed as unavailable in countries that include the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Poland, Finland, Sweden, and others.
AirPods continue to be available for purchase in other countries in North America, South America, and Asia Pacific, with the shortage primarily limited to Europe.
There’s no word on why AirPods are suddenly unavailable in so many European countries, but Watch Generation claims that a retail source said French Apple Stores sold out of a recent shipment and are awaiting the restock of a new version that could perhaps be next-generation AirPods.
Given that the AirPods are unavailable only
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Brikk is bringing a variety of luxury gold Apple Watch Series 4 options to market for this holiday season. Lux Watch 4 will be available in a variety of materials, and the company has detailed its three gold collections with prices going into the millions.
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Roland Borsky, an Apple computer repairman in Vienna, Austria, has amassed a private collection of 1,100 Apple computers that he’s picked up over the years.
At 1,100 machines, his collection dwarfs the collection of computers at the Apple Museum in Prague, which claims to have the world’s biggest private collection of Apple products. “Just as others collect cars and live in a little box to afford them, so it is with me,” he said.
There’s little detail on the full extent of his collection, but according to Reuters, Borsky is searching for a buyer as he can no longer afford the rent on the warehouse where the computers are held.
Borsky told Reuters that his business has dried up after Apple opened its first store in Vienna in February, taking over repairs that used to be done by repair firms like his. Parts have also become harder to replace
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Hulu is announcing this morning that it will be rolling out a new Night Mode for the web. As a long-awaited feature, the new Night Mode allows users to darken the UI of Hulu.
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Amidst rising expectations for another Apple event, readers have noticed that Apple AirPods have gone out of stock across Apple Stores in Europe. The online Apple stores for the UK, France, Germany, Spain and many other European countries are all reporting that AirPods are ‘Out of Stock’, despite having availability just a couple of hours ago.
AirPods are unlikely to be getting a major revamp until next year, but Apple did promise that it would start shipping a wireless charging case for AirPods by the end of 2018 …
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A new note today from Ming-Chi Kuo looks at how Apple’s A-series chips will guide the future of the company including its Apple Car efforts, Mac, and iPhone. He believes we could see Macs with Apple chips by 2020, while an autonomous Apple Car system may be run from custom silicon by 2023.
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Apple has provided its fourth beta of macOS 10.14.1 Mojave to developers for testing, arriving two days after developer betas for its iOS, watchOS, and tvOS counterparts.
A few weeks after the third beta, Apple has today seeded macOS 10.14.1 beta 4 to developers. The new beta includes support for Group FaceTime, among other improvements.
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company or TSMC is set to remain one of Apple’s most important suppliers in the years to come, according to a note to investors shared today by reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who now works for TF International Securities.
TSMC manufactures the A-Series chips that are used in Apple’s iPhones. The company has been Apple’s sole supplier for iPhone chips for a few years, and will continue to be Apple’s only supplier in 2019 and 2020 for the A13 and A14 chips Apple is expected to use in those devices.
According to Kuo, Apple will become increasingly dependent on TSMC in the years to come due to TSMC’s “superior design and production capabilities” compared to its competitors and the fact that TSMC, unlike Samsung and other Apple suppliers, does not compete with Apple in other markets.
In the future, Kuo believes TSMC will manufacture Apple-designed ARM-based
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