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MacBook Air (2018) review: a welcome but unexciting upgrade

MacBook Air (2018) review: a welcome but unexciting upgrade

If you've been waiting for your old reliable MacBook Air to get the one upgrade it really needed — a nicer screen — this new version will make you very happy.

  • by Peter Wells

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The three-minute chat that wiped billions off stocks
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Apple

The three-minute chat that wiped billions off stocks

A downgrade by an Apple supplier triggered a plunge in the iPhone maker's shares that reverberated through stock markets in the US and Asia.

  • by Tim Culpan
Tech battering drags ASX down in a 'brutal day'
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Tech battering drags ASX down in a 'brutal day'

Westpac and CSL put a blue-chip touch to a bad day for the technology sector.

  • by Lucy Battersby
Apple admits iPhone X 'ghost touch' screen issue, offers free repair
Apple

Apple admits iPhone X 'ghost touch' screen issue, offers free repair

Certain iPhone X models with faulty screens, as well as MacBook Pro models with faulty drives, will be fixed free of charge.

iPad Pro (2018) review: laptop-killing hardware let down by iOS
Apple

iPad Pro (2018) review: laptop-killing hardware let down by iOS

The new Pro is so good that I want it to replace my MacBook. But software quirks and a high asking price makes me think twice.

  • by Peter Wells
It's not your imagination, phone battery life is getting worse
Apple

It's not your imagination, phone battery life is getting worse

If you recently bought a new flagship phone, chances are its battery life is actually worse than an older model.

  • by Geoffrey Fowler
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Apple will stop revealing how many iPhones it sells. That’s a bad sign
Analysis
Apple

Apple will stop revealing how many iPhones it sells. That’s a bad sign

Apple's move to cut back its disclosures should serve as a jolt for all investors.

Why most users don't need Apple's new iPad Pros
Analysis
Home tech

Why most users don't need Apple's new iPad Pros

The tech giant's latest tablets are more computer-like than ever, but there's another option for people who just want the traditional iPad experience.

  • by Tim Biggs
Apple unsure if it can make enough products
Apple

Apple unsure if it can make enough products

Apple shares fall in after-hours trading as it said sales for the crucial holiday quarter could miss Wall Street expectations,

You’ve become rich. That doesn’t mean you’re great at everything.
Opinion
Apple

You’ve become rich. That doesn’t mean you’re great at everything.

Few beliefs play to human hubris more than the belief in the universality of talent — a belief that successful people have the "it" that lets them do great things in every walk of life.

  • by Sendhil Mullainathan
The power of the network: Facebook is turning into an Apple lookalike
Analysis
Facebook

The power of the network: Facebook is turning into an Apple lookalike

It's no accident that on this week's earnings call, Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg named an Apple service as Facebook's main competitor.

  • by Leonid Bershidsky