Apple iPhone surges 16 percent in US in spite of market's overall decline

Apple’s U.S. iPhone sales were up 16 percent year-over-year during the March quarter to 16 million, even as the domestic smartphone market as a whole dropped 11 percent from 43.7 million units to 38.7 million, according to research published on Tuesday.
Source: macinsider

Trump uses iPhones for Twitter and voice calls, reportedly refuses security swap outs

President Donald Trump uses at least two White House issued iPhones for daily business, but ignores advice to regularly swap out a model dedicated to Twitter communications because doing so is “too inconvenient.”
Source: macinsider

Why you shouldn't worry about radiation from your Wi-Fi router or iPhone

There’s a lot of bad “science” floating around about radio frequency and electromagnetic field exposure from Wi-Fi routers and the wireless network that your iPhone accesses. AppleInsider delves into the subject, and the actual science behind it.
Source: macinsider

New iPhone X Animoji Karaoke ad features South Korean group Hyukoh

Apple has released another advertisement using the Animoji Karaoke concept to market the iPhone X, publishing the new ‘Taxi Driver’ video on its South Korean YouTube channel featuring three of the characters singing along to ‘Citizen Kane’ by the group Hyukoh.
Source: macinsider

US DOJ sides with Apple over App Store antitrust allegations in Supreme Court brief

The Department of Justice on Wednesday filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting Apple’s fight against a class action suit alleging that the company violates antitrust laws in regards to how it assesses app store fees, and how it decides what is hosted on the App Store.
Source: macinsider

Apple considered offering separate views of dual rear iPhone cameras

Apple once contemplated providing access to both sensors on the back of a dual-camera iPhone, allowing users to see the live view at different zoom ranges at the same time on an iPhone’s display, and the potential capturing of images from both views simultaneously.
Source: macinsider

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