News round-up: Apple’s revenue growth will be driven by more than new iPhones (and more)

News round-up: Apple’s revenue growth will be driven by more than new iPhones (and more)

The launch of new iPhone models at tomorrow’s “BY Innovation Only” Apple event isn't going to be a massively interesting event for investors, JP Morgan suggests — as noted by AppleInsider — with "limited surprise" for the iPhone forcing most of the attention on pricing and other potential hardware launches. 

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One in five folks surveyed by Strategy Analytics think they already have 5G

One in five folks surveyed by Strategy Analytics think they already have 5G

Don’t expect 5G to appear in Apple’s iPhones until 2020 — perhaps even 2021. If this comes as a shock to you — especially if you think you already have 5G — you’re not alone. According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, one in five folks surveyed think they already have 5G.

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Another Apple patent filing hints at gaze detection features for macOS, iOS

Another Apple patent filing hints at gaze detection features for macOS, iOS

Apple has filed for yet another patent (number 20190272650) — one of a dozen or so — that hints at future iterations of macOS and iOS devices that would allow you to control some user interface elements with your eyes, perhaps in conjunction with the rumored “Apple Glasses,” a head-mounted, augmented reality/virtual reality headset.

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Bryce Dallas Howard’s ‘Dads’ coming to Apple TV+

Bryce Dallas Howard’s ‘Dads’ coming to Apple TV+

Apple TV+ has acquired worldwide distribution rights to the Bryce Dallas Howard documentary Dads, ahead of its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap. Apple’s streaming service is due this fall. Pricing hasn’t been announced.

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U.S. government wants Apple, Google to hand over data of purchasers of Obsidian 4 app

U.S. government wants Apple, Google to hand over data of purchasers of Obsidian 4 app

The U.S. government wants Apple and Google to hand over names, phone numbers and other identifying data of at least 10,000 users of a single gun scope app, reports Forbes. With Apple’s previous stances on privacy, it will be interesting to see how the tech giant responds. 

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