Flash deals: iPhones from $179, Macs as low as $319, AirPods $119

Newegg and Amazon-owned Woot are delivering budget-friendly prices on refurbished Apple products, with a variety of devices to choose from. Save on MacBook Pros, iPads, AirPods, and multiple iPhones, with prices as low as $ 119. These deals are selling out rapidly, and many of the sale prices will end soon. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Everything we know about Apple Card: Rewards, design, approval odds, more

Apple Card continues to be one of the most popular announcements from Apple’s March event. As Apple and its partner bank Goldman Sachs ramp up testing of Apple Card, we’ve learned more about it. Read on as we roundup all of the Apple Card details, including rewards, fees, approval odds, interest rates, and more. more… […]

Review: Incase Textured Hardshell for MacBook Pro offers a refined take on slim protection

There are countless options for hardshell cases for the MacBook Pro. But if you’re looking for something beyond the multitude of plastic designs that offers solid protection as well as a unique look and feel, choices are much more limited. We’ve been testing out the Incase Textured Hardshell in Woolenex for MacBook Pro recently to […]

Qualcomm uses internal Apple documents as evidence in its FTC antitrust battle

Back in May, the FTC won its antitrust suit against Qualcomm, but Qualcomm unsurprisingly appealed the ruling. Today, the FTC objected to Qualcomm attempting to introduce internal Apple documents as part of its efforts to appeal that antitrust ruling. more… The post Qualcomm uses internal Apple documents as evidence in its FTC antitrust battle appeared […]

Qualcomm uses evidence from settled Apple case in bid to stay antitrust ruling

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Thursday formally objected to a Qualcomm court filing containing internal Apple documents aired in a separate lawsuit, evidence the chipmaker is attempting to leverage as it seeks to delay enforcement of a recent antitrust ruling. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Apple releases firmware security update for discontinued AirPort Express, Extreme, and Time Capsule Base Stations

While Apple’s AirPort lineup has long been discontinued, the company is still supporting the devices with software updates. AirPort Express, Extreme, and Time Capsule Base Stations have received a new firmware security update today. more… The post Apple releases firmware security update for discontinued AirPort Express, Extreme, and Time Capsule Base Stations appeared first on […]