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Arstechnica: Infinite Loop

Apple inks deal with A24 studio to produce original, feature-length films

Apple inks deal with A24 studio to produce original, feature-length films

Apple's TV streaming service is rumored to debut in the first half of 2019.
Apple’s T2 chip will block some third-party repairs of new devices

Apple’s T2 chip will block some third-party repairs of new devices

If a certain diagnostic software isn't present, your machine could be bricked.
Tinkerers, repair shops will have mixed feelings about this iPad Pro teardown

Tinkerers, repair shops will have mixed feelings about this iPad Pro teardown

A hodge-podge of magnets, adhesive, and pull tabs make the iPad Pro tricky to service.
Apple to replace unresponsive iPhone X touchscreens for free

Apple to replace unresponsive iPhone X touchscreens for free

A defective display component may render some touchscreens useless.
Apple walks Ars through the iPad Pro’s A12X system on a chip

Apple walks Ars through the iPad Pro’s A12X system on a chip

Apple's Anand Shimpi, Phil Schiller talk silicon—"This is really an Xbox One S class GPU."
2018 iPad Pro review: “What’s a computer?”

2018 iPad Pro review: “What’s a computer?”

The iPad Pro raises the bar for performance, but has too many other limitations.
iPhone XR review: Keeping compromises to a minimum

iPhone XR review: Keeping compromises to a minimum

Apple’s slightly cheaper handset is the best new iPhone for most people.
While iPhone sales remain stagnant, Apple services hit $10 billion in revenue

While iPhone sales remain stagnant, Apple services hit $10 billion in revenue

Apple continues to push its services forward, and cash in on more expensive iPhones.
Helium implicated in weird iPhone malfunctions

Helium implicated in weird iPhone malfunctions

This is one of the stranger stories we've heard of smartphones malfunctioning.
Apple to offer MacBook Pros with AMD Vega graphics starting in November

Apple to offer MacBook Pros with AMD Vega graphics starting in November

Plus, Thunderbolt 3-equipped Macs can make use of a new Blackmagic eGPU Pro.
New MacBook Air, Mac mini hands-on: Making old favorites new again

New MacBook Air, Mac mini hands-on: Making old favorites new again

They're (finally) updated for 2018, but they still feel pleasantly familiar.
Adieu, home button—Apple’s new iPad Pros have nearly edge-to-edge screens, FaceID

Adieu, home button—Apple’s new iPad Pros have nearly edge-to-edge screens, FaceID

Apple's first USB-C iDevices, these new iPads start at $799 and ship November 7.
Apple finally announces an overhauled Mac mini

Apple finally announces an overhauled Mac mini

The machine has beefier specs and a higher price point than its predecessor.
Apple updates MacBook Air with Retina display, Touch ID

Apple updates MacBook Air with Retina display, Touch ID

The entry-level MacBook starts at $1,199, gets a few needed updates for 2018.
What Apple might announce at its October 30 “special event” in Brooklyn

What Apple might announce at its October 30 “special event” in Brooklyn

Apple will unveil new iPads, but the Mac prospects are even more intriguing.
Tim Cook calls for strong US privacy law, rips “data-industrial complex”

Tim Cook calls for strong US privacy law, rips “data-industrial complex”

Cook: Tech companies should de-identify customer data or not collect it at all.
Apple’s TV subscription service starts in 2019 to compete with Netflix, Amazon

Apple’s TV subscription service starts in 2019 to compete with Netflix, Amazon

The service's original content may be free to watch for Apple device owners.
Twitter plays whac-a-mole with Alex Jones, suspends 18 linked accounts

Twitter plays whac-a-mole with Alex Jones, suspends 18 linked accounts

Smaller accounts sharing InfoWars content aren't welcome on Twitter.