9to5Mac Daily: July 26, 2019 – Apple confirms $1 billion Intel deal

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9to5Mac Daily: July 25, 2019 – More MacBook keyboard news, iPhone 11 demand

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9to5Mac Daily: July 23, 2019 – iPhone 11 exclusive, Apple + Intel

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July 4th savings start early at OWC

Fourth of July deals have launched early at Other World Computing, with Macs as low as $ 289 and discounts of up to 53% off. From Thunderbolt 3 docks to HomePods and MacBook Pros, Apple hardware and accessories are slashed just in time for Independence Day. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Samsung knocks Apple’s notch, record iPhone earnings, Huawei on the rise – Apple’s July 2018 in review

It’s only on reflection that you find July contained a lot of news about Siri but we didn’t need long-term testing to come to some conclusions about Microsoft’s Apple-killing new Surface — or to back away from taking photos on a Samsung. Taking a look at Apple’s July 2018. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Apple’s new outdoor amphitheater and retail store in Milan, Italy set to open on July 26th

In the heart of Milan, Apple is making final preparations to open their 17th store in Italy. The new location will be the first in the country to fully embrace the idea of Apple stores as modern day town squares, an initiative rolled out in conjunction with the company’s new store design. more… 9to5Mac

DirecTV Now dropping support for Safari, Chrome exclusive starting in July

DirecTV Now, a live-TV streaming service that piggybacks on AT&T’s television services, is one of the ways that cable cord-cutters can still access their favorite shows online. Now, without any official notice as of this writing, customers visiting the site on Safari and Internet Explorer are being told to download Google Chrome as other browsers […]

App Store Developer Payout Hits $50 Billion, July Sets Record as Biggest Month Ever

Apple CEO Tim Cook today announced on Twitter that a new App Store record was set last month, with July seeing Apple’s highest ever monthly billings for the App Store and the largest amount of money paid out to developers. According to Cook, Apple has now paid out more than $50 billion to developers over […]