This week's top stories: October event expectations from Apple, new emoji in iOS 12.1, more

  1. This week’s top stories: October event expectations from Apple, new emoji in iOS 12.1, more  9to5Mac
  2. Hands-On With the New Nike+ Apple Watch Series 4  Mac Rumors
  3. New Apple Watch Nike+ Series 4 has launched with limited quantities in stores  The Verge
  4. The Apple Watch faces its toughest challenge yet: Grandma  Philly.com
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October Apple expectations: Redesigned iPad Pro, Mac lineup refresh, iPhone XR, more

  1. October Apple expectations: Redesigned iPad Pro, Mac lineup refresh, iPhone XR, more  9to5Mac
  2. iPhone XS and XS Max review: Big screens, big performance, big lenses, big prices  Ars Technica
  3. ‘Beautygate’: iPhone XS is Smoothing Skin in Selfies, Owners Complain  PetaPixel (blog)
  4. The iPhone XS Has A Serious Problem…  YouTube
  5. iPhone charging bug – iOS 12 update may be preventing some users from charging their phones  The Sun
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Kuo: High preorder demand for Apple Watch Series 4, low expectations for 5.8-inch iPhone XS

  1. Kuo: High preorder demand for Apple Watch Series 4, low expectations for 5.8-inch iPhone XS  AppleInsider
  2. Kuo: Apple Watch Series 4 Pre-Orders Above Expectations, iPhone XS Seeing Lackluster Demand  Mac Rumors
  3. Weekend poll: Are you getting one of the new iPhones?  Android Police
  4. Apple criticised for making phones ‘too big’ for the average female hand as it announces new iPhone  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. iPhone XS and XR: What Apple didn’t give us  CNET
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Apple earnings beat expectations with share prices rising in extended trading

Apple earnings beat expectations with share prices rising in extended tradingShares of Apple Inc have jumped after the company posted quarterly results that beat out Wall Street targets while forecasting revenue above expectations in the current quarter. The immediate spike in shares was not enough, however, to make Apple the first company to be valued at one trillion, but the company has come very close to that moniker and continued growth in future quarters could potentially push it over that line. Apple’s postings showed that the average iPhone sold cost $724, far outweighing previous expectations that the average price would come in at $694, according to the data providing service FactSet.


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