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In the ever-evolving landscape of technological innovation and corporate success stories, few narratives are as captivating and enduring as that of Apple Inc. What began as a humble venture in a Silicon Valley garage in 1976, with three visionaries - Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne - tinkering away on the creation of the Apple I computer kit, has since blossomed into a global phenomenon. Apple's journey through the corridors of time is a remarkable testament to the power of innovation, design excellence, and unwavering commitment to the user experience. (more…)
The new has had me feeling conflicted since the day it came out. Apple nailed the pricing, and I’ve dreamed of a larger MacBook Air since I bought my first one in 2012. But after 23 days, I returned it. It’s a fantastic value in the Mac line, but I know why it’s not for me. more… The post The 15-inch MacBook Air helped me realize how badly I miss the 12-inch MacBook appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Twitter’s implosion has helped Threads get off to a great start, gaining 10M users in the first 10 hours. But the app’s rush to market has meant some surprising failings, the biggest being that you can’t have a Threads feed comprising only people you follow. Instagram head Adam Mosseri has responded to a request by tech videographer MKBHD, stating that this is “on the list” of improvements to come to the app … more… The post Threads feed of people you follow ‘on the list’; can’t delete your profile; more appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Cassian Bilton and Lee Pace in season 2 of Foundation. | Image: Apple It’s already been a pretty eventful summer for science fiction fans. Last week saw the finale of Apple’s post-apocalyptic series Silo, Strange New Worlds season 2 is keeping Star Trek going through August, and Disney Plus is still in the midst of Secret Invasion, its alien conspiracy offshoot of the MCU. Oh, and there’s the return of Black Mirror. On top of all of that, there are also a number of series making their debut in the coming weeks and months — so many, in fact, that you might need a little help plotting out your precious free time. So here’s a handy list to make life…
Google and Tesla were both downgraded this week despite big rallies. Apple’s fundamentals put them in a different class, however, as the technical setup for Apple stock is just as strong, and this rally is still young, Sam Quirke writes for for MarketBeat on Thursday. Sam Quirke for MarketBeat: Apple… has been at the forefront of the tech-dominated rally that has helped the benchmark S&P 500 index gain 15% this year. Apple’s shares are not only up more than 50% themselves, but they’re also printing fresh all-time highs on a daily basis right now. But with the stock’s RSI showing a score of 70, indicating overbought conditions, could Apple be the next big name to receive a cooling down order? Rest assured,…
Google and Tesla were both downgraded this week despite big rallies. Apple’s fundamentals put them in a different class, however, as the technical setup for Apple stock is just as strong, and this rally is still young, Sam Quirke writes for for MarketBeat on Thursday. Sam Quirke for MarketBeat: Apple… has been at the forefront of the tech-dominated rally that has helped the benchmark S&P 500 index gain 15% this year. Apple’s shares are not only up more than 50% themselves, but they’re also printing fresh all-time highs on a daily basis right now. But with the stock’s RSI showing a score of 70, indicating overbought conditions, could Apple be the next big name to receive a cooling down order? Rest assured,…
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