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How to Install Older Versions of iOS Apps on an Old iPhone or iPad
Your old iPad might be still going strong, but if all your apps need newer versions of iOS to run, it feels like you can’t do anything with it. Don’t worry, we’re here with a clever trick that will help you load up your old device with older versions of of your favorite apps.
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yesterday by dk33per
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yesterday by andyhuey
Apple's iPhone X is the instant scapegoat for Samsung's failure to win OLED orders from Chinese vendors • Patently Apple
Jack Purcher in an effective repudiation of yesterday's piece on this topic:
<p>In late January Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple to end Samsung's exclusive OLED contract and Shift to a new L-Shaped Battery with Increased Capacity." In that report we also noted that China's BOE and Sharp were vying for Apple's OLED business.

Yet despite Samsung overestimating OLED display demand, the Nikkei Asian Review's report adds: "To make matters worse, Chinese OLED panel makers are expanding production capacity, heating up the price competition even more."

But somehow the blame continually shifts back to Apple being the real problem due to cutting back on orders for OLED display for calendar Q1. Even though iPhone demand annually drops after the holiday quarter, somehow it's always viewed by the Nikkei that this is a shock and sign of trouble for Apple.

On February 8th we reported that in Q4 Apple surpassed Samsung to become the #1 smartphone brand in the world. I guess Samsung Display didn't sell as many OLED displays to their own Samsung Electronics division. That very point was echoed by British Research company IHS which stated that "the number of OLED smartphone panels Samsung internally sources for its own smartphones fell year on year in 2017."

Yet in the end, the Nikkei focuses back on Samsung's OLED plant failures as being caused by Apple and forgets the reality that Samsung failed to win OLED orders from Chinese vendors like Oppo, Vivo or Xiaomi.</p>
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yesterday by charlesarthur
Acronyms Gone Wild: How FANG Has Mutated This Year - MoneyBeat - WSJ
By Steven Russolillo and Ben Eisen
Sep 27, 2017

five giants — Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and Alphabet, Google’s parent company plus Netflix FAANG
Facebook  Netflix  Amazon  Apple  Google  Microsoft 
yesterday by jerryking
iPad 2018 rumors: Eurasian Economic Commission approves two new models for sale • Macworld
Michael Simon:
<p>As first spotted by French site Consomac, the Eurasian Economic Commission has given approval to Apple to sell two new iPad models we've never seen before: A1893 and A1954. The EEC approves the sale of any products with encryption sold in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia.

We can't glean too much from the model numbers themselves—the "A" model numbers cannot be directly translated into any particular feature or specification. But iPads of the same size and generation typically only differ in the last two numbers, meaning that A1893 and A1954 are probably different sizes, not just the Wi-Fi and Cellular versions of the same iPad.

Plausible? Apple often holds an event in March to announce new hardware, but it doesn't do so every year. iPads often feature as part of that announcement. The timing of this certification suggests that Apple will hold a March event again this year and announce two iPads, though that does not preclude the company from also releasing an iPad or two later in the year. The regular lower-cost 9.7in iPad may get an annual refresh, and the iPad Mini is long overdue for an update. Apple is also said to be preparing a new high-end iPad with slim bezels and a TrueDepth camera module, though our guess would be that such a product would be announced later in the year.

While we already heard a rumor that the next round of iPads would support Face ID for unlocking, a report on iOS 12 in Bloomberg contains some some confirmation that Apple's tablet will be adopting the iPhone X's unique camera. Mark Gurman reports that Apple is working on a new iPad "that will have the required Face ID camera" to handle Animoji.</p>

Doubt that the iPad mini will be updated. That part of the market has died.
Apple  ipad 
yesterday by charlesarthur

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