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Wednesday, September 11


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Everything you need to know about Apple's iPhone 11 launch

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Apple released three new iPhone 11 smartphones - as expected - last night alongside the latest Apple Watch 5, and an updated entry-level iPad. It also pinned launch dates on its long-awaited games and TV services, and revealed that iOS 13 will be released on 19th September. However, many observers found the launch underwhelming, with the iPhone 11 offering only incremental upgrades before the expected release of 5G-capable of iPhones next year, while some of the features showcased on the Apple Watch 5, such as an always-on display and compass (!) The iPhone 11, meanwhile, offers just a double camera array, but a new glass and aluminium chassis that, the Apple claims, makes it one of the toughest smartphones made to date (not including ‘rugged' smartphones, of course). Apple's iOS 13 operating system will ship on the all-new iPhone 11 models, coming to iPhone and iPad users from Thursday 19th September.

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Capital Management Corp VA Purchases 78 Shares of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) – TechNewsObserver

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Capital Management Corp VA lifted its position in Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) by 6.0% during the 2nd quarter, according to the company in its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Monness Crespi & Hardt reissued a “buy” rating and set a $265.00 price target (up previously from $245.00) on shares of Apple in a research report on Wednesday, July 31st. Four investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, nineteen have assigned a hold rating, twenty-four have assigned a buy rating and one has issued a strong buy rating to the company. The stock has a market capitalization of $963.76 billion, a price-to-earnings ratio of 18.19, a price-to-earnings-growth ratio of 1.78 and a beta of 1.24.

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Apple may steal Netflix streaming crown, but only for a year

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(Reuters) - Apple Inc's move to offer a free TV+ subscription for a year with every new device may briefly crown the iPhone maker as the biggest streaming service by user numbers, leapfrogging Netflix Inc. But it doesn't mean Apple will keep the lead. Under the company's plans announced on Tuesday, any purchaser of an iPhone, Macbook, iPad, or iPod Touch will now get the Apple TV+ streaming service free and will be charged $5 a month only if they decide to continue after the year is over. Given Wall Street expects Apple to sell at least 130 million iPhones outside of China in the next 12 months, and that last year it sold more than 60 million Macbooks and iPads, that should allow TV+ to easily top Netflix's almost 160 million users. Thereafter, however, all bets will be off, with Apple facing the same need for fresh shows to make subscribers pay, which drove Netflix to sink a reported here $12 billion into new programing last year. While the company has spent months assembling a roster of Hollywood talent and planned shows, analysts say the $2 billion Apple plans to spend this year is a long way from a guarantee of the hits it would need to pull in viewers, regardless of the cheaper $5 per month price tag for TV+.

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Apple takes on Netflix with a $5-a-month streaming service

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Apple takes on Netflix with a $5-a-month streaming service/node/1552886/business-economy. It may be sheer coincidence that the combined cost of both Apple and Disney subscriptions will still be a dollar less than Netflix’s main plan, priced at $13 a month. But the intent to disrupt Netflix’s huge lead in the streaming business couldn’t be clearer. Apple delivered the news Tuesday while also unveiling three new iPhones that won’t look much different than last year’s models other than boasting an additional camera for taking pictures from extra-wide angles. The largest US meat producer, Tyson Foods, in June launched a new line of plant-based proteins and meat-vegetable blends called “Raised & Rooted.”. And competitors Hormel Foods, Perdue Farms and Smithfield have unveiled similar initiatives to take a slice out of this new market.

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Apple's new iPhone 11 Night Mode lets you 'see in the dark' WITHOUT using your camera flash

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APPLE’S just launched its latest iPhones – and the gizmos come with a funky new camera feature. Night Mode lets you take photos in the dark without using flash by having an AI automatically brighten your snaps for you. “We determine the image fusion time and use adaptive bracketing based on what we see in preview. So, shorter frames if you have subject motion or longer frames if you have deep shadows,” said Apple exec Kaiann Drance. The iPhone 11 is the cheaper of the trio, while the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max feature bonkers triple camera systems on the back.

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Apple unveils iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max: Release date, price and features

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They replace Apple’s existing phones, the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max. The biggest upgrade to the new iPhones comes in the form of their new cameras, including a second lens on the iPhone 11 that allows users to zoom out giving them a great field of view. The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, meanwhile, get three rear camera lenses: a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, and a new ultra-wide angle lens with a 120-degree field of view. Apple is really pushing the iPhone 11 Pro’s cameras as a truly transcendent feature that will allow users to not only capture professional grade images, but videos as well.

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Stocks - Wall Street Higher; Apple Continues to Rise

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Investing.com – Wall Street ticked higher on Wednesday, as Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) led a gain in technology stocks, rising after a positive response from Wall Street analysts to its new iPhones, revealed on Tuesday. The Dow rose 50 points or 0.2% by 9:56 AM ET (13:56 GMT), while the S&P 500 gained 4 points or 0.2% and the Nasdaq composite was up 30 points or 0.4%. Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) was down 0.5% while Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) was flat as Apple confirmed it would undercut their streaming services as it tries to wrest to market share off them. Semiconductor company Micron (NASDAQ:MU) gained 3.6% on an analyst upgrade, while Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) rose 1.5% and AT&T jumped 1.2% as it continued to be supported by news of activist investor Elliott Management taking a stake in the company.

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Without 5G, Apple’s New IPhones Risk Falling Behind in China

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Without 5G, Apple’s New IPhones Risk Falling Behind in China. (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc.’s decision to skip support for the latest wireless standard on its new iPhones may cost the company a chance at capturing China’s biggest smartphone replacement wave in years. The iPhone maker, which is the only foreign brand to hold a top-five position in China, is struggling to fight off local competitors Huawei Technologies Co., Oppo and Xiaomi, whose slicker designs, more sophisticated cameras and cheaper price tags are wooing customers all over the country. The lack of fifth-generation (5G) cellular support in the newly announced iPhone 11 family won’t immediately be an issue, but it could hurt Apple in mid-2020, when analysts expect China’s smartphone market to rapidly ramp up 5G demand.

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Apple issues clarification on extent of iOS malware infection

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Apple has issued a response to the reports of a vulnerability in its iOS operating system, saying the attack affected fewer than a dozen websites that focus on content related to the Uighur community. Google researchers found that a set of websites hacked in February were being used to attack iPhones, infecting them with malware. The iPhone malware implant, which has not been given a name, was able to escape the iOS sandbox and run as root, which meant it has bypassed the security mechanisms of iOS and has the highest level of privileges. “Google’s post, issued six months after iOS patches were released, creates the false impression of “mass exploitation” to “monitor the private activities of entire populations in real-time,” stoking fear among all iPhone users that their devices had been compromised.”.

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Stocks - GameStop, Tilray Fall Premarket; Apple, Micron Rise

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• GameStop (NYSE:GME) stock slumped 15.5% in premarket trade by 8:20 AM ET (12:20 GMT) after its second-quarter sales fell short of expectations and the company lowered its comparable sales forecasts. • Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock inched up 0.4% after the company unveiled its latest iPhone updates on Tuesday and rolled out its streaming TV service for $5 a month, undercutting Disney and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). • Dave&Buster’s Entertainment (NASDAQ:PLAY) stock declined 15.7% after the entertainment company lowered its outlook due to competition in the sector. • RH (NYSE:RH) stock fell 2.9% despite hiking its full-year financial forecasts and topping expectations during the second-quarter.

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