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AppleMagazine #386

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the curious ‘pivot to privacy’ among the tech giants of 2019

FACEBOOK AND APPLE BOTH MAKING IT A PRIORITY Change is afoot. After a year now infamous for a range of publically appalling data harvesting debacles, tech giants have taken a look at their practices and begun to change the way they approach data security and privacy. Or, to look at it another, more cynical way – tech giants have acknowledged our need for privacy, made more pertinent by how poorly they managed it in the past, and decided that this is how they can capitalize on it, from here on. Recently, Mark Zuckerberg (he of the Cambridge Analytica scandal ) published a new, “privacy-focused vision for social networking”. Zuckerberg now believes that “the future of communication will increasingly shift to private, encrypted services where people can be confident what they say to…

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tesla unveils model y suv, expanding into popular segment

Tesla unveiled a new all-electric SUV that the automaker hopes will win over consumers looking for an all-electric alternative in the most popular segment of the auto market. Cheers from a hangar-packed crowd of Tesla customers, employees and members of the media welcomed a blue Model Y as it rolled out onto a stage next to the automaker’s other models. “It has the functionality of an SUV, but it will ride like a sports car,” CEO Elon Musk told the crowd. “This thing will be really tight on corners and we expect it will be the safest midsize SUV in the world by far.” The Model Y seats seven and has a panoramic glass roof and a 15-inch (38-centimeter) touchscreen interface for accessing all the car’s controls. The all-electric, mid-size SUV will start at…

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big week for apple hardware

It appears Apple is planning a week of new product releases, yesterday announcing a refreshed iMac range that offers two-times the performance of previous generation models. That follows on from the refreshed iPad Air and mini, released on Monday. For the first time, the iMac now comes with up to 8-core Intel 9th-generation processors and Vega graphics options, which offers “dramatic increases in both compute and graphics performance”, according to the Apple press release. Whether you’re an everyday iMac user or you rely on Apple’s desktop PC for video editing, streaming, and designing, you should notice that the machine is much faster for everyday tasks, and with a Retina display, all-in-one design, quiet operation, fast storage and memory, the iMac continues to stand as the world’s best desktop computer. Speaking of the new…

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apple refreshes ipad lineup, with larger entry-level model

Apple has unveiled a new iPad that’s thinner and slightly larger than its current entry-level tablet. The new iPad Air will cost $499 and sport a screen that measures 10.5 inches diagonally. That compares with the standard, 9.7-inch iPad, which Apple will still sell for $329. Apple has higher-end Pro models starting at $999. The new iPad Air has several features found in older Pro models, but not the latest. For instance, the iPad Air has a home button with a fingerprint sensor, while the latest Pro ditches that to make more room for the screen. Apple is also refreshing its 7.9-inch iPad Mini for the first time in more than three years. In the past, Apple has sometimes used older chips in the Mini, saving the latest technology for the larger models instead.…

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wwdc 2019: what to expect

With Apple confirming plans to host the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, we take a closer look at the Cupertino firm’s plans for 2019. With iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS all expected to receive annual upgrades, we ask: what features are rumored, what can Apple learn from Android, and what more can the company do to deliver next-generation software? THE FUTURE IS COMING Widely regarded as one of the most important dates in a developer’s calendar, Apple last week confirmed plans to host WWDC 2019 from June 3 to June 7. As always, interested parties were able to apply to purchase a ticket, priced at $1,599 each, but with room for just 1,000 developers at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, Apple relied on its lottery system to dish out…

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lyft opens its ipo road show, to offer more than 30m shares

Lyft officially kicked off the road show for its initial public offering, saying this week it plans to put more than 30 million shares up for sale with an anticipated price of between $62 and $68 per share. That would raise more than $2 billion for the San Francisco ride-hailing company, pegging its market value at $20 billion to $25 billion, even though it hasn’t been able to turn a profit yet. It’s the first time that Lyft has revealed how much money it hopes to raise in the IPO, and how much it believes it’s worth. Those financial targets could still change as Lyft’s investment bankers gauge demand for the company’s stock leading up to the IPO pricing, which is expected to happen next week. Lyft and Uber have raced to be…