Apple Crime blotter: 1000 iPads stolen, insurance giant off hook for $1.7 million iPhone theft, more

Stolen iPhones are in the news, ranging from warehouse thefts, to getting lifted off the doorstep, or from a Miami nightspot. The latest in an occasional series — a look at the world of Apple-related crime.
Source: macinsider

Amazon deal brings new iPhones and iPads to store in time for holidays

Amazon will be expanding the selection of Apple products sold in its online store in the coming weeks, following an agreement with Apple to allow the online retailer to sell Apple’s newest iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch models.
Source: macinsider

China App Store growth slowing, but only in short term & nothing to worry about says analyst

Katy Huberty from Morgan Stanley has taken a look at Apple’s App Store numbers in China, and while there does appear to be a combination of factors provoking a short-term stall in growth for Apple’s iOS App Store, earnings will still be massive, and long-term Services revenue won’t be impacted much, if at all.
Source: macinsider

Trade-in guide: How to get the most money (and a $20 cash bonus) for your used iPhone, iPad or Mac ahead of Apple's iPhone XR

With iPhone XR preorders beginning in mere hours (and rumored new hardware announcements during Apple’s Oct. 30 event), we’re rounding up where to get the most money for your used iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac with an exclusive cash bonus on all trades.
Source: macinsider

'Love Notes to Newton' is documentary about the before-its-time '90s Apple product

“Love Notes to Newton,” which premieres this week, looks at the rise and quick fall of Apple’s John Sculley-era personal digital assistant, and talks to both the original Newton team plus the small fanbase of enthusiasts that still remain.
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Qualcomm's bid to block iPhone imports 'magnifies' antitrust practices, consumers contend

A group of consumers suing Qualcomm over alleged antitrust practices on Thursday filed a motion to prevent the chipmaker from obtaining a U.S. International Trade Commission exclusion order targeting iPhones with Intel modems, saying an import ban would simply amplify anticompetitive behavior.
Source: macinsider

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