Apple World Today News Update: January 31, 2018

Apple World Today News Update: January 31, 2018

We leave the month of January with an extended edition of the AWT News Update podcast:

  • Apple is crippling macOS Server later this spring and asking administrators to consider switching to open source versions of the apps that make up the server package
  • 18-core iMac Pros are on the way to some lucky folks who ordered the powerful computer
  • One feature to expect in Apple operating systems later this year is the ability for developers to easily port iOS apps to Mac, with iPad apps reportedly requiring little or no changes to run on macOS
  • Apple responds to SEC and DOJ investigations with a statement describing its intentions in throttling iPhone CPUs
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AWT News Update: November 7, 2017

AWT News Update: November 7, 2017

After a two-day lapse in the podcast, we're back today with more news from the world of Apple:

  • The iPhone X sold out on Friday morning in 20 major US cities, and Steve lets you know how his pickup experience went
  • AAPL closed up 56¢ a share today, closing at $174.81 and edging the company's market cap tantalizingly close to $900 billion
  • Apple Pay Cash arrives in the public beta of iOS 11.1
  • Austin, Texas is getting a new Apple retail outlet this Saturday
  • Apple is selling $7 billion worth of bonds to fund the stock buyback program and green energy initiatives
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Apple asks SEC for permission to exclude new shareholder proposal regarding diversity figures

Apple asks SEC for permission to exclude new shareholder proposal regarding diversity figures

Apple has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for permission to exclude a new shareholder proposal on tying diversity figures for its executives to CEO performance as a way to improve diversity in the company, reports Silicon Beat. The proposal involves Apple’s diversity efforts, or lack thereof, especially regarding senior management positions.

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