Apple files for patent for foldable headphones

Apple files for patent for foldable headphones

In March 2018 KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo Apple forecast that Apple would launch its own branded high-end, over-ear headphone with an "all new" design to add to its growing audio accessory lineup. However, I don’t see the logic in having Apple-branded AND Beats-branded over-the-ear headphones since Apple owns Beats. What makes sense (to me) is if Apple dropped the Beats brand and had all its audio products simply carry the Apple logo.

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Apple can't roll out a revolutionary product every six months

Apple can't roll out a revolutionary product every six months

Analysts often undervalue Apple stock, sometimes implying that the company is "doomed" if it doesn't enter a new market such as making automobiles (the currently rumored "Apple Car'). They ignore one of the reasons Apple has been successful: it does a (relatively) few things well.

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Activ5 is a “tiny gym in your pocket”, available worldwide at Apple retail stores soon

Activ5 is a “tiny gym in your pocket”, available worldwide at Apple retail stores soon

One of the best ways to ensure that you’re going to keep up an exercise regime is to make sure that you can do that exercise anywhere. However, if you’re trying to build up muscle mass that can be difficult, as it’s not always possible to have a set of weights or machines at your location. Activ5 (starting at $139.90)  is a palm-sized strength training device that works with a coaching app to let you work out anywhere. 

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History Search Pro: The Best Way to Turn Web Articles Into Searchable Documents

History Search Pro: The Best Way to Turn Web Articles Into Searchable Documents

If you’re a researcher who needs to keep track of hundreds of online articles or you’re just tired of the runaround involved in trying to save web pages as searchable PDFs, we have a solution for you — History Search Pro. This service works on up to 10 devices and is compatible with all of your favorite browsers, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and even Microsoft Edge. Usually a one-year subscription to History Search Pro would cost you nearly a hundred bucks, but we have a sale going on that will get you that subscription for just $47.88.

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