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One of the challenges of writing on the Internet – of writing in general, in fact – is the understandable propensity of readers to draw but one conclusion from what you intend to be a nuanced piece.

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Kuo: 2019 iPhones to feature redesigned antenna structure with focus on improved indoor navigation

TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is out today with a new report on Apple’s supply chain as it pertains to the 2019 and 2020 iPhones. According to Kuo, the 2019 iPhones will feature “vast changes” in antenna structures due to a shift in suppliers and technology.

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Apple’s iPhone Revenue Drops 17%

Apple reported another quarterly decline in profit and revenue, as iPhone sales fell 17%. Shares, though, rose in after-hours trading as the company raised its dividend and said it planned to buy back more stock.

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Chinese phone maker Huawei punishes employees for iPhone tweet blunder

HONG KONG (Reuters) – China’s Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL] has punished two employees for New Year greetings sent on the smartphone maker’s official Twitter account using an iPhone, an internal memo showed.

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The iPhone Franchise

Apple released a new flagship iPhone yesterday, the iPhone XS. This isn’t exactly ground-breaking news: it is exactly what the company has done for eleven years now (matching the 11-year run of non-iOS iPods, by the way1).

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Dear iPhone: Here’s Why We’re Still Together After 10 Years

Dear iPhone: It’s hard to believe we’re still together after 10 years, which is eons in the tech industry. What’s the glue that keeps us together? For one, I rarely get lost now that I always have a GPS device in my pocket.

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Stratechery by Ben Thompson

Let’s start with the caveats: no, Tesla did not sell 276,000 Model 3’s in three days;1 that is the number of fully refundable pre-orders that required a deposit of “only” $1,000.2 And yes, Tesla has a history of delivering cars late and with a higher price than expected.

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Apple’s San Bernardino fight is officially over as government confirms working attack

After months of work, the FBI finally has a way into the San Bernardino iPhone. In a court filing today, prosecutors told the court the new method for breaking into the phone is sound, and Apple’s assistance is no longer required.

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How to delete all photos from iPhone

Sometimes you just need to wipe everything out and start fresh.

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