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Sounds Like Apple’s Spring Event Will Be Delayed [Updated]

Or maybe a more fitting title would be Tim Cook Strikes Back

I posted yesterday about Apple’s long-rumored Spring Event featuring new iPad Pros being “delayed.” Based on some information that came out after I wrote that post, it looks like that event wasn’t delayed at all, because it never existed in the first place.

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Apple Spring 2021 Event Rumors are Picking Up

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The closer we get to an Apple Event, the more the news and rumors start to flow. Last week, I wrote about a rumor that Apple’s Event would take place on March 16th. Now it seems that one has already been shot down.

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Take a Look At Bloomberg’s Excellent Profile on Tim Cook

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If you haven’t already seen it, Austin Carr and Mark Gurman published an interesting and very well-sourced profile on Tim Cook’s time at Apple.

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Research Into Satellite Tech Shows That Apple R&D is Full of Surprises

Mark Gurman came out with a new report on Apple at Bloomberg a few days ago and it’s a doozy. I get that Apple is spending all kinds of R&D money on AR Glasses and even self-driving car tech, but satellites? This one is seriously out in left field, at least based on Apple’s current core businesses.

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When it Comes to Apple and 5G, Healthy Skepticism is Still Warranted

We see another classic repetitive cycle playing out in Apple supply chain and analyst-driven news right now. Last year, Bloomberg relayed a note from Northland analyst Gus Richard saying that Apple may pass on using Intel 5G modems in 2020 because they won’t be ready in time. Now Fast Company claims to have inside sources reporting that Apple IS passing on Intel and that they have doubled down on producing their own 5G modem.

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Apple’s Marzipan Will Start To Get Tasty in 2019

In case you aren’t aware, Marzipan is a program at Apple that is working to merge aspects of the iOS and macOS code bases over time, making life easier for developers. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman first reported on this initiative in late 2017 and Apple unveiled the beginnings of the program at the 2018 edition of WWDC. Right now, Marzipan is still in its infancy and has only been used by Apple internally to port a few iOS apps over to macOS Mojave.

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Analyst Predicts the Fall 2018 iPhone Lineup Price Points

While several reputable Apple prognosticators, including both Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo, have predicted that we will see three new iPhone models in the Fall, now we have a price prediction that I think makes a lot of sense to go with them. Amit Daryanani, an analyst with RBC Capital, has made an interesting prediction about the new price points for the three devices that will replace the current iPhone X.

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