Without further ado, let’s head straight to the Apple News debris of the week.
Apple News Debris of the week
• Apple is definitely being condemned with the COVID-19 virus that wreaks havoc – and for a while. Who can afford their products? This is the topic Ben Lovejoy has researched on m9to5Mac. ‘The messages “Apple is doomed” are booming, but they are completely false.‘
After discussing possible and difficult problems and scenarios, author Lovejoy concludes:
So no, Apple is not being sentenced. Its activity may shrink in certain areas. The challenges of reopening stores may limit sales opportunities for some time. Fewer flagship iPhones may be sold this year and next.
But the company now has a wide variety of products at a wide variety of prices. New product categories are coming. He has huge cash reserves to see him through all the rough waters.
In just two months, Apple has demonstrated great business mastery, creativity and agility. This thoughtful talk helps us focus on what Apple is doing to adapt, innovate, and serve us.
• With this in mind, I should note that Apple’s services have arrived at the right time. Jason Snell walks us through the numbers with a series of beautiful images. ‘Apple’s Q2 2020 Results: $ 58 billion in revenue, but no indication.See the 9th chart for services.
• Here more good speculation about the main features of the Apple Watch 6. Finally, the Apple Watch has a glucose monitoring. Combined with heart rate monitoring, ECG, SPO2 and sleep monitoring, it will really be the laptop that kills.
• Last week I discussed HBO Max. Now we have learned that “HBO Max is free for current Hulu HBO customers.‘
• Despite its scary title, Peacock is not yet on Apple TV. ‘How to download and register for Peacock on Apple TV.But it will, so read this semi-click bait, semi-useful article and hold your nose.
• Cyber security is a hot topic in education. Those who are qualified there are almost certain of a job. So take your children on board. ‘New cybersecurity school to teach children to crack house codes“The caption says it best.” The online initiative seeks to inspire a new generation of cyber security talent to release their “digital Sherlock Holmes” while the schools remain closed.
• Finally this review of the Apple Magic Keyboard “changes the iPad again.Ian Fuchs writes:
Now, with the Magic Keyboard, Apple offers a new option for the iPad Pro. With the new case, you can effortlessly switch from keyboard mode to tablet mode whenever you want. Or you can completely forget the touchscreen, making the iPad a laptop more than ever.
A little bird told me this is evolution Do not a planned attempt to downgrade the Mac. Rather, it is a response to what iPad users have argued. And last but not least.
Particle Debris is typically a mix of John Martellaro’s observations and opinions on a striking week-long event or article, followed by a discussion of articles that didn’t make headlines, debris from technical TMO news. The column is most often published every Friday, except during holiday weeks.
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