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Smartphone makers are pricing themselves out of the market

Makers of high-end smartphones are seeing declining sales as users who find them too expensive increasingly opt to keep their phones longer, according to a global smartphone sales report.

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Apple’s plan to integrate iOS, macOS apps could mean renewed focus on desktops

Apple's move to enable the development of apps that run on iPhones, iPads and Macs could mean the company now sees more growth potential in desktops as the smartphone market becomes more saturated.

Can your employer spy on your iPhone or Android phone?

People like iPhone SE, but Apple doesn't seem to care

Apple has put yet another batch of iPhone SE smartphones up for sale at its clearance store, it knows they are popular, why not upgrade it?

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Wireless charging from A to Z: What you need to know

The mobile industry has been moving toward wireless charging for about a decade, but it wasn't until Apple came aboard that the choice in chargers really expanded. Soon the technology will enable even more power on the go.

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Have we already reached 'peak smartphone'? | TECH(talk)

First it was Apple's earnings miss (because of slower-than-expected iPhone sales). Then other smartphone makers reported lackluster sales. One analyst calls the market a 'mess.' So what's going on – and what does it mean for...

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The sad state of the smartphone market | TECH(talk)

With smartphone sales slowing – even for the iconic iPhone – have we reached 'peak smartphone'? And if so, how does the industry innovate its way out of the funk?

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It’s been the worst year ever for smartphone shipments. Here’s why

Smartphone shipments are down, and a lot of the decline has to do with high prices and growing consumer frustration. One expert calls today's smartphone market a 'mess.'

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Has Apple become IBM in the ‘80s?

Apple’s financial results bear a disturbing similarity to IBM’s near-collapse in the 1980s – which doesn’t bode well for Apple. The shift from growing the customer base to mining existing customers by increasing prices (while lowering...

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Why Apple iPhone sales are slowing

The iPhone and Android smartphone market is not going away, but its growth is slowing. Users are still happy, but investors are getting nervous. Here's why.

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Apple’s AirPower wireless charger may already be in production – and shipping soon

After missing its own 2018 deadline for shipping a multi-device wireless charger, industry speculation now has the AirPower charging pad on the assembly line and ready to ship soon.

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Mingis on Tech: Bent iPads and a bad quarter – Apple, WTF?

When some new iPad owners found their devices were bent, Apple acknowledged the issue and said, in essence, 'no problem.' More recently, the company said revenues would fall short of expectations. So what's going on?

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Apple in 2019: Expect more focus on enterprise identity, device ownership

Apple has done much in recent years to make it easier for IT admins to deploy, provision and manage all manner of Macs, iPhones and iPads. Here's how it did so, and what's likely to come next.

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The best 300+ iOS tips from 2018

This comprehensive list of the best iOS tips we've published across the past year will set you up for a productive 2019.

For Apple, 2018 meant a new enterprise tack

Though it's often seen as a consumer-centric company, Apple now touches a wide variety of enterprise IT operations. That growing corporate influence is likely to continue, and may even accelerate, in 2019.

Apple's App Store privacy efforts are backfiring big time

Although Apple is trying to position itself as the consumer-privacy-friendly company, some have complained that it is doing it in far too heavy-handed a way.

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The lock-in problem hiding behind Apple’s unit sales declines

Is Apple on the same path IBM was in the mid-'90s?

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Easy way to bypass passcode lock screens on iPhones, iPads running iOS 12

Apple has not patched the hole allowing you to bypass the lock screen on iPhones that have Touch ID. As of iOS 12, you can still trick Siri into getting into a person’s iPhone.

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Is Apple losing its magic touch?

When Apple speaks, the world usually listens. But is Apple losing its magical ability to stimulate interest in what it has to say?

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