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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, September 21, 2019


  • "How Apple Arcade wants to bust up free-to-play games. And why that's a good thing"  Los Angeles Times [Paid Membership Required] 8:43 AM
  • "Apple Arcade Makes You Ask, What Is a Videogame Worth? The curated ecosystem can be great for creators, but it alters the perceived value of certain titles."  Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:49 AM
  • "Apple Arcade Feels a Bit Like Streaming Services in Their Early Days: Apple's game-subscription service doesn't have many big-budget titles for now. But it's priced aggressively, has some quality titles and comes without ads or in-game purchases."  RealMoney 8:50 AM
  • "U.S. trade regulators approve some Apple tariff exemptions amid broader reprieve"  Reuters 8:40 AM
  • "Apple gets US approval for Mac Pro tariff exemptions" Engadget 4:43 PM
  • "VirnetX Loses Bid For Fed. Circ. Rehearing In $1B Apple Row" Law360 [Paid Membership Required] 8:43 AM
  • "Apple iPhone 11 Hits Shelves Around The World, Pre-Orders Suggest Solid Demand: Apple offered its latest smartphone for general sale around the world Friday, with analysts betting the new iPhone 11 will be a key sales driver for the tech giant heading into the key holiday season."  TheStreet 9/20
  • "Here's Why Apple's TV+ Could Be a Winner—It's Playing the Long Game: Apple's aggressive $4.99 price point and one-year free trial mean that TV+ is virtually guaranteed to be in the streaming rotation for many cord-cutters in the short-term, and buys it time to iterate in the long term." TheStreet 9/20
  • "Demand for iPhone 11 outpacing supply chain expectations" AppleInsider 9/20
  • "How Apple's ultra-wideband chip could transform its products"  Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 9/20
  • "Apple launched a new ultra wideband chip that could render Bluetooth obsolete" Business Insider 9/20