Apple orders TV series starring Justin Theroux based on novel ‘The Mosquito Coast’

According to a report from Variety today, Apple has ordered a new original TV series based on the novel “The Mosquito Coast.” The new show will star Justin Theroux, the report says. more… The post Apple orders TV series starring Justin Theroux based on novel ‘The Mosquito Coast’ appeared first on 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac

Trump orders companies to ‘start looking for an alternative to China,’ AAPL falls over 4%

President Trump sent a series of tweets on Friday afternoon addressing the relationship between the United States and China. The president ordered that U.S. companies “immediately start looking for an alternative to China,” which sent Apple stock down by over 4 percent. more… The post Trump orders companies to ‘start looking for an alternative to […]

MediaTek angling for future iPhone 5G modem orders, enters HomePod supply chain in meantime

MediaTek is a possible alternative modem manufacturer for Apple to consider for future iPhones. Amidst its disputes with Qualcomm over patent royalties, Apple has turned to Intel to reduce Qualcomm’s marketshare over iPhone modems. However, it has been reported that Apple is also considering to bring MediaTek onboard as a second supplier. Digitimes says that […]

iPhone X orders start shipping for tomorrow’s launch

Apple has started updating customers with Apple Store orders that their launch day iPhone X units are now shipping. Dispatch notifications for iPhone orders are slightly meaningless (the phone has already been working its way through plane freight and delivery couriers at this point), but it’s still fun to get the official confirmation. more… 9to5Mac

Apple says ‘working hard’ to get iPhone X orders to iPhone Upgrade Program customers after Citizens One snafu

Apple this weekend is contacting iPhone Upgrade Program customers who stayed up, or woke up, to order an iPhone X early Friday only to find the company’s financial partner, Citizens One, was unable to process loan applications. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Wisconsin court orders Apple pay $506M for infringing on WARF patent

A U.S. district court judge on Monday ruled Apple must pay $ 506 million in damages for infringing on a microprocessor technology IP owned by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s patent licensing body, adding $ 272 million to an initial $ 234 decision reached almost two years ago. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

First AirPods Orders Begin Arriving in Australia and New Zealand as Apple Stores Begin Sales

It’s Monday morning in New Zealand and Australia, which means the first customers who placed orders for Apple’s new AirPods have begun receiving them according to reports from MacRumors readers. Deliveries are taking place across the two countries now, and Apple retail stores in Australia have also begun selling AirPods to customers. AirPods that belong […]

First MacBook Pro with Touch Bar orders ship, deliver as soon as Monday

Apple has now started shipping the first new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar orders with the delivery notifications indicating that the laptops will arrive in people’s hands as soon as Monday, November 14. Several 9to5Mac readers and others online report receiving shipping notifications from Apple and or UPS, as pictured above and below. All shipped orders […]