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Monday, November 27, 2017

UBS lowers iPhone sales forecast as survey shows ‘more muted’ demand – CNBC

Monday, November 27, 2017

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The LG V30 Is As Underrated As The iPhone X Is Overrated – Forbes

Monday, November 27, 2017

Ben Sin The iPhone X and the LG V30, two very fine phones that are closer in quality that you might think. In the world of sports — in both professional media and general fandom — the concept of being “properly rated” is paramount. It’s as crucial to newspaper/magazine articles deciphering an athlete’s legacy to league officials determining Hall of Fame eligibility to late night sports arguments at bars between friends. It sounds trivial,…

Finding Love: How Online Marketing Is Like Online Dating – Forbes

Monday, November 27, 2017

Shutterstock For every successful online love story, there are hundreds of horror stories. Fortunately, online marketing doesn’t have the same poor odds. However, online marketing is a lot like online dating in several ways. Here’s what business owners can learn from these parallels: Build trust immediately. Whether you are doing business or meeting new people online, it is imperative to build trust. When promoting a brand or product, there are…

YouTube Claims iPhone Battery Issues Are Fixed in Latest App Update – Mac Rumors

Monday, November 27, 2017

Good to hear that. My iPhone X, by the way, is just off an amazing real-life battery test: off the charger at 8 AM of Saturday, had a busy DJ day with 4 flights, and lots of photo shooting, some Netflix and YouTube, phone calls etc. I was back home at 15 PM of Sunday and the phone still had 3% battery. I never switched it off (nor did I…

Why the recent retail rally will be short-lived: Technician – CNBC

Monday, November 20, 2017

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Revising Apple Price Estimate To $180 On Services And iPhone Strength – Forbes

Monday, November 20, 2017

We are increasing our price estimate for Apple from $166 per share to about $180 per share, to account for strong momentum in the iPhone business and a robust outlook for the company’s services division. Our price estimate represents a slight premium to the current market price. In this note we explain the changes we have made to our forecast model for the company. iPhone To See Growing Momentum With…

Specialty Retailers Bring Retail REITs Early Holiday Cheer – Forbes

Monday, November 20, 2017

(Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for PUMA) Heading into the holiday shopping season, the story around retail isn’t all gloom and doom. Especially after a handful of impressive quarterly earnings reports last week, which boosted overall industry moral. My hope is that the momentum will spill over to retailers’ landlords, too, which have been beaten down for much of the year on account of exasperated headlines. While most department stores…

Authorities serve Apple a warrant for Texas shooter’s iPhone – TechCrunch

Monday, November 20, 2017

Two weeks ago today, 26 people were killed by a gunman at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Two phones were discovered at the scene: older push-button LG and what local news described as a “blood spattered” Apple iPhone SE. Now local law enforcement has served Apple with a search warrant in order to retrieve information from the smartphone. The news has echoes of a recent spat between Apple…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Here’s how to reset your iPhone X (instead of accidentally calling 911) – Quartz

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Last night, I was in the middle of a karaoke bar, with disco lights strobing and Taylor Swift blaring around me, and the screen on my new iPhone X froze. On every iPhone released over the last 10 years, it’s been relatively easy to reset the phone when it crashed. You held down the home button and the power button, and eventually the screen will go black, and be replaced…

I went to buy an iPhone X. AT&T told me Galaxy Note 8 is better – CNET

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. Enlarge Image Was I sold? Or unsold? César Salza/CNET AT&T just wouldn’t let go. First, it emailed me on iPhone X preordering day: “Krzysztof, your wait for iPhone X is over.”  It wasn’t. When I went online, I could order only the 64GB version. And only in silver.  Still, AT&T persisted. On iPhone launch day,…

Apple’s Future iPhone X Models May Come With a Surprise – Fortune

Sunday, November 19, 2017

It’s been an up and down kind of week for Apple fans. Over the last several days, several reports have suggested that Apple is making progress in developing new technology for future iPhone X models. And there’s a good chance that the company’s investment in augmented reality—a technology that places virtual elements over the real world, allowing you to interact with both—is producing results. This is Fortune’s latest weekly roundup…

Double the battery life of any new iPhone model with one of these cases – BGR

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Apple’s new iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8 have a number of things in common. They’re all powered by the lightning-fast All Bionic processor, and they all have new glass backs so that Apple could add wireless charging. They also all have pretty good battery life, but it could always be better. If you want to ensure that you never run out juice on the go, check out…

Here’s how to reset your iPhone X (instead of accidentally calling 911) – Quartz

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Last night, I was in the middle of a karaoke bar, with disco lights strobing and Taylor Swift blaring around me, and the screen on my new iPhone X froze. On every iPhone released over the last 10 years, it’s been relatively easy to reset the phone when it crashed. You held down the home button and the power button, and eventually the screen will go black, and be replaced…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017

I went to buy an iPhone X. AT&T told me Galaxy Note 8 is better – CNET

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. Enlarge Image Was I sold? Or unsold? César Salza/CNET AT&T just wouldn’t let go. First, it emailed me on iPhone X preordering day: “Krzysztof, your wait for iPhone X is over.”  It wasn’t. When I went online, I could order only the 64GB version. And only in silver.  Still, AT&T persisted. On iPhone launch day,…

Apple’s Future iPhone X Models May Come With a Surprise – Fortune

Sunday, November 19, 2017

It’s been an up and down kind of week for Apple fans. Over the last several days, several reports have suggested that Apple is making progress in developing new technology for future iPhone X models. And there’s a good chance that the company’s investment in augmented reality—a technology that places virtual elements over the real world, allowing you to interact with both—is producing results. This is Fortune’s latest weekly roundup…

The Retail Apocalypse And Mall Die-Off Goes From ‘Big Short’ To Contrarian Buy – Forbes

Sunday, November 19, 2017

The face of the next “Big Short”… Not so fast say billionaire investors. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) Investors in malls, retailers and restaurants have been running for the hills and selling everything in sight due to the rise of e-commerce and Amazon.com . The selloff has led to fits of pessimism on even the most powerful players in the sector, from mall REITs Simon Property Group and GGP, to retailers Costco Wholesale…