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Apple beats revenue expectations for Q4 even without help from the iPhone 12

Karl Mondon/Digital First Media/The Mercury News via Getty Images Apple beat revenue expectations for its fiscal fourth quarter even without the boost it typically gets from early sales of its new iPhones.  Analysts will be looking for any clues about how the iPhone 12 is performing during the company's earnings call. First weekend iPhone sales usually give the company a boost in the September quarter earnings, but the iPhone 12 launched later than usual because of the COVID-19 pandemic, ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Cook, Mac, Trends, Tech, Markets, Tim Cook, Michael Murray, RBC Capital Markets, Robert Muller, Tech Insider, Getty Images Apple, Lisa Eadicicco, Apple earnings, Iphone 12


Apple Reports 4Q 2020 Results: $12.7B Profit on $64.7B Revenue

Apple today announced financial results for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2020, which corresponds to the third calendar quarter of the year. For the quarter, Apple posted revenue of $64.7 billion and net quarterly profit of $12.7 billion, or $0.73 per diluted share, compared to revenue of $64.0 billion and net quarterly profit of $13.7 billion, or $0.76 per diluted share, in the year-ago quarter. Apple set a new record for September quarter revenue, as well as all-time quarterly records for Serv...
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Apple's Services Revenue Hits New All-Time High of $14.5 Billion in Q4 2020

Apple's services category, which includes iTunes, the App Store, Mac App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay, AppleCare, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+ and more, continues to see major growth each quarter. According to today's earnings report covering the fourth fiscal quarter of 2020 (third calendar quarter), Apple's services segment brought in $14.5 billion, up from $12.5 billion in the fourth fiscal quarter of 2019. Over the course of the last fiscal year, services earned $53.8 billion, u...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Rumors, Apple Music, Apple Fitness


Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'More Exciting Things' in Store For This Year

During today's earnings call for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2020 (third calendar quarter), Cook said that while he doesn't want to give too much away, "this year has a few more exciting things in store." Cook is likely speaking about the Apple Silicon Macs, as Apple has previously said the first ‌Apple Silicon‌ Mac will be coming before the end of 2020. There are rumors of a third fall event coming in November, which would likely be Mac focused. There are also other possible products that...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Mac, Tim Cook, Earnings, Apple Macs, Apple Silicon, Apple Silicon Macs as Apple


Apple's Wearables, Home and Accessories Category Sets All-Time Revenue Record of $7.9 Billion

Apple's Wearables, Home, and Accessories category, which was previously known as the "Other" category, brought in record revenue in the fourth fiscal quarter of 2020, hitting $7.9 billion, up 21 percent from $6.5 billion in the year-ago quarter. Apple CFO Luca Maestri said that Apple hit September quarter records in every geographic segment in these categories. Apple's wearables category alone, which includes Apple Watch, AirPods, AirPods Pro, and Beats headphones, is now the size of a Fortun...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Singapore, Rumors, Luca Maestri, Lumi Health


Apple Sees All-Time High Mac Revenue of $9 Billion in Q4 2020

With many people continuing to learn and work from home, Apple's Mac sales in the fourth quarter of 2020 hit a new all-time revenue record, hugely outpacing sales in the fourth quarter of 2019. Apple's Mac category brought in $9 billion, up from $7 billion in the year-ago quarter, marking growth of 29 percent. Apple says that sales were up despite supply constraints that the company was facing during the quarter. Mac sales saw double digit growth in each geographic segment, with all-time r...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Europe, Japan, Mac, Americas, Asia Pacific, Rumors, Apple Silicon


Apple's Latest macOS Big Sur Beta References Unreleased Macs

New Macs are on the horizon, with Apple promising to release the first Mac with an Apple Silicon chip before the end of 2020, and Apple's latest macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 beta suggests we could see several Macs updated. Files in the macOS Big Sur beta discovered by HarckerTech on Twitter point to three unreleased models. The files are located in the /System/Library folder where Apple has bundles that identify different Mac models. Most of these files are for existing models, but MacHardwareTypes-2...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, MacBook Air, Gpu, Mac Apple, Apple Silicon, HarckerTech, System Library


ComingSoon Staff’s Scariest Moviegoing Experiences!

ComingSoon Staff’s Scariest Moviegoing Experiences! To celebrate Halloween this year, the ComingSoon staff is sharing our scariest moviegoing experiences! From being frightened in a theater or at home due to some truly terrifying movies and tricks of the imagination, haunted by movie-related pranks thanks to untrustworthy grandmothers, or scaring the hell out of our friends with a few classic horror titles, you can check out our scary stories below! PB = PB || {}...
Tags: Movies, Mac, California, New York City, Palmer, John Carpenter, Juan Antonio Bayona, Laura, Annabelle, Guillermo, Jodi, Bayona, Joseph Bishara, Stine, Larry Fessenden, ComingSoon


How to take a screenshot on a Mac computer in four different ways

It's easy to take screenshots on a Mac. AP There are four ways to take a screenshot on a Mac, and all of them can be done with easy keyboard shortcuts. If you press Shift + Command + 5 on your Mac's keyboard, you'll open the screenshot menu, which lets you take screenshots and videos, as well as customize your settings. Pressing Shift + Command + 4 will let you take a quick screenshot anywhere on your screen, while Shift + Command + 3 will capture the entire screen at once. If you have...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Screenshots, Macbook, iMac, Time Machine, Mac Mini, Tech Insider, macOS, Touch Bar, Maya Kachroo Levine, Shift Command, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Laptops & Tablets (Reference


How to set password for zip file using 7zip

Nowadays, it is a known fact that you can download Zip file using the Internet and can use the Zip files to back up your computer system and files. But the question that I have in my mind is how to set password for Zip file using 7zip? Read this article to know more. How To Set Password? In the previous days, when we were using floppy disks, the only thing that we need to do is to make an entry of the name of the Zip file. But if you are not aware of what is contained in a Zip fil...
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Insta360 Launches New ONE X2 360-Degree Camera

Insta360, known for its line of cameras that are able to capture 360-degree photos and videos, today announced the launch of the next-generation Insta360 ONE X2, a followup to the Insta360 ONE X. The Insta360 ONE X2 features the same familiar rectangular shape with 360-degree lens, but there are several additions, including a small preview screen that lets you see what the camera sees while also offering touch gestures. The ONE X2 captures 5.7K 360-degree video, there's a larger 1630mAh ba...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Rumors, InstaPano


Report: Apple 'Stepping Up Efforts' to Develop Alternative to Google Search

Apple is "stepping up efforts" to develop its own search technology as U.S. antitrust authorities target a lucrative deal between Apple and Google that keeps Google's search engine the default option on Apple devices, according to a new paywalled Financial Times report. In iOS 14, Apple shows its own web search results and links directly to websites when users type queries from the home screen. The changes were noticed back in August, but the report claims they add to "growing evidence" that ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Google, Ipad, Mac, Siri, New York Times, Rumors, Silicon Valley, Justice Department, Financial Times, John Giannandrea, Siri zwnj, Applebot Apple


Zoom rolls out end-to-end encryption for all users

Zoom has launched end-to-end encryption on its platform for all users — free and paid — and for meetings with up to 200 participants. This adds a greater level of security to Zoom calls as it prevents unauthorised users, and the company itself, from peeping into conversations. As of now, the feature is available as a technical preview, and the company has invited comments on it for the next thirty days, in line with a company announcement from earlier this month. However, there is one caveat — i...
Tags: Travel, News, Mac, China, India, End-to-end Encryption, App Store, Keybase, Zoom, Confederation of All India Traders


New MacBook Pro Leak Reveals Apple’s Powerful Update

There’s going to be a lot of attention on Apple’s Mac computers over the next few months, but the radical ARM laptops might not be the...
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New Backbone One Controller Brings a Console-Like Gaming Experience to iPhone

Apple's iPhone and iPad have supported gaming controllers for quite some time now, and there are several on the market, but the new Backbone One controller is being praised as one of the best new controllers to use with Apple's iPhones for mobile gaming. The Backbone One connects to the sides of the ‌iPhone‌ and offers a standard controller layout with clickable thumb sticks, d-pad, analog triggers, action buttons, and more. It's designed to fit all of Apple's iPhones and works with any ‌iPhone...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Rumors


Unreleased 2020 16-Inch MacBook Pro Mentioned in Apple’s Latest Boot Camp Update

For those of you who don't know about Bootcamp, it is Apple's utility that allows you to run Windows on a Mac. A lot of users have noticed that an unreleased 2020 16-inch MacBook Pro is mentioned in the release notes. The post Unreleased 2020 16-Inch MacBook Pro Mentioned in Apple’s Latest Boot Camp Update appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Apple, Mac, Intel, All News, Gaming News, Hardware News, Macbook, Macbook Pro


Microsoft unveils FREE app to create AI models without writing any code

Microsoft has released a public preview of a free app lets helps people train machine learning models without writing any code. The Lobe desktop app for Windows and Mac currently only supports image classification, but Microsoft plans to expand it to other models and data types in the future. “Just show it examples of what you want it to learn, and it automatically trains a custom machine learning model that can be shipped in your app,” the Lobe website explains. Users first need to import and l...
Tags: Startups, Microsoft, Mac, Neural


Crash Bandicoot Coming to iPhone and iPad in Spring 2021

Crash Bandicoot: On the Run! is coming to iPhone and iPad in the spring of 2021. The endless runner title is being developed by King, makers of the massively popular Candy Crush. PlayStation-era fans of the franchise can look forward to classic Crash Bandicoot gameplay and iconic characters, locations, and bosses on the smartphones. Players will be able to craft gadgets and weapons, earn rewards, go running with friends in multiplayer mode, and more. Crash Bandicoot is back, but this time he's...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Rumors, Engadget, Wumpa Island, Neo Cortex


Report: Apple Silicon iMac Featuring Desktop Class 'A14T' Chip Coming First Half of 2021

The first iMac powered by Apple Silicon is set to arrive in the first half of next year and will feature a desktop class "A14T" chip, according to Chinese-language newspaper The China Times. Codenamed "Mt. Jade," Apple's first custom-made desktop processor will be twinned with its first self-developed GPU, codenamed "Lifuka," both of which are being produced using TSMC's 5-nanometer process, claims the report. In addition to the first Apple Silicon processor A14X for the MacBook, which is al...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Bloomberg, Intel, Gpu, TSMC, Tonga, Ming Chi Kuo, China Times, Apple Silicon, Lifuka, iMac Apple, Apple Silicon MacBooks


Apple TV Remote App Inspired Steve Jobs to Make Original Siri Remote (mac rumors)

Last week Apple removed the Apple TV Remote app from the App Store, given that the app's functionality has been baked into the Control Center on iPhone and iPad since iOS 11. Following the Remote app's discontinuation, a former Apple engineer took to Twitter to share some interesting details about the app's original development. Alan Cannistraro writes that he began writing the app in 2006 before he even saw the first ‌iPhone‌ user interface, and instead used his own UI elements to begin w...
Tags: Apple, News, Mac, Steve Jobs, App Store, Steve, Alexa, Tim Hardwick, Siri Remote, Alan Cannistraro, Cannistraro, Denon Marantz Sharp


What is Malware and How it Affects your MacBook

For a regular Mac user, the word “malware” may sound a bit unfamiliar. Mac users generally believe that malware cannot affect their computer. However, this is not true; a MacBook is as vulnerable to a malware attack as any other computer. In recent years, malware attacks have grown at a rapid rate, making it all the more reason to be prepared for this threat. First of all, you need to understand what malware is and how it can affect your files and data and what you need to do to keep them safe...
Tags: Technology, Safety, Mac, Macbook, Jazz, Trojans


AirBuddy 2, the best way to connect AirPods to the Mac, is now available to pre-order

AirBuddy 2, the best way to connect AirPods to Mac is now available to pre-order with many new features and improved reliability.
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Apple TV Remote App Inspired Steve Jobs to Make Original Siri Remote

Last week Apple removed the Apple TV Remote app from the App Store, given that the app's functionality has been baked into the Control Center on iPhone and iPad since iOS 11. Following the Remote app's discontinuation, a former Apple engineer took to Twitter to share some interesting details about the app's original development. Alan Cannistraro writes that he began writing the app in 2006 before he even saw the first ‌iPhone‌ user interface, and instead used his own UI elements to begin wit...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Steve Jobs, Rumors, App Store, Steve, Alexa, Siri Remote, Alan Cannistraro, Cannistraro, Denon Marantz Sharp


The Top 5 Pistol Caliber Guns to SBR

Ever wondered what $1,000 in BS taxes looks like? Wonder no more! U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Registering a firearm as an SBR is a pain in the ass. Between the $200 tax stamp and waiting months just to install a stock, many shooters opt for a stabilizing brace instead. But some guns either don’t have a stabilizing brace available for them or simply don’t look right with a brace installed. And given the lengthy wait times, deciding on which gun to SBR is no small decision. And with so many guns a...
Tags: Hollywood, Guns, Mac, Navy, America, Gear, South Carolina, Sas, Vector, Jim, Allen, CMMG, ACP, Uzi, SBR, Kimberly


Macy’s 10 Days of Glam Sale: 50% Off MAC & More Deals

Macy’s 10 Days of Glam Sale: 50% Off MAC & More Deals. Now through 10/28, Macy’s has a 10 days of Glam Sale with 50% off select beauty products each day. Shipping is free with promo code GLAM10. Today’s Deals are: 50% Off MAC – Hyper Real Glow Highlighting Palette in Shimmy Peach $19.75 (Reg $39.50).Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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Desktop Calendar for Mac 1.1

Desktop Calendar for Mac by Gladwev Software
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Lik Moss – “Hard Way” Ft. China Mac (Video)

Lik Moss is a main member of Philly’s OBH crew, which is headed up by Dark-Lo and AR-Ab. Lik is also AR-Ab’s blood brother. “Hard Way” is the second single off Lik’s upcoming project “Definition of Sturdy” and features Brooklyn’s  China   Mac . The track deals with systematic racism and the harsh conditions in Lik and  Mac ‘s respective neighborhoods. Watch the video premiere above. How the song ‘Hard Way’ came about was me and  China   Mac  had been talking about doing a record for a few wee...
Tags: Videos, Mac, China, Brooklyn, Jazz, Philly, Lik, AR AB, Hard Way, China Mac, Lik Moss, AR Ab Lik, Lik Moss Hard Way Ft China Mac Video


iOS 14 lets you send inline replies in your iPhone's Messages app to start multiple conversation threads in the same chat — here's how to do it

With iOS 14, it's easy to reply only to specific messages in an iPhone text conversation. Images By Tang Ming Tung/Getty Images You can send inline replies in the Messages app on your iPhone if you have iOS 14 and you're messaging iMessage users. Replying inline makes it easier to carry on multiple conversation threads within the same chat. To reply inline, tap and hold a message until the pop-up menu appears, then choose "Reply." Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for mor...
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