Broken iMac Pro and the Right to Repair. iPhone earnings silly season is in full effect. Users love the iPhone X. AT&T and Verizon collude to try to stop eSIM. EU cries anti-trust over Apple's Shazam purchase.
- Alex's Pick: Roblox
- Andy's Pick: Super Cheap Chinese LED Panels
- Lory's Pick: Prince - Nothing Compares 2 U
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- Popular YouTuber Says Apple Won't Fix His iMac Pro Damaged While Disassembled
- Ill-informed YouTuber bemoans Apple repair policies after breaking iMac Pro
- Apple Tests Key Technical Level as iPhone Sales Concerns Mount
- iPhone X Responsible for 35% of Total Worldwide Phone Profits in Q4 2017 - Mac Rumors
- Survey Finds Early Adopters of iPhone X Very Satisfied With All Features Except Siri
- U.S. Investigating AT&T and Verizon Over Wireless Collusion Claim - Apple filed complaint
- AT&T and Verizon are again being investigated for collusion. Here’s what happened the first time.
- Apple's Purchase of Shazam Gets Put on Hold While EU Investigates Anti-Trust Concerns
- Spotify launches a redesigned app with on-demand playlists for free users
- Prince: Nothing Compares 2 U
- Super-Cheap Chinese LED Panels (SUPON LED-L122T)