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8. September 2017

Barclays Proposes Apple Could Lessen iPhone 8 Pricing Impact by Including Apple Music/iCloud Bundle

Leading up to Apple’s September 12 media event, the exact price tag of the upcoming iPhone 8 has been one of the biggest question marks surrounding the smartphone. The latest rumors describe a premium device that will start at $999 (64GB) in the United States, then rise to $1,099 (256GB), and cap at $1,199 (512GB), although of course none of these price points or storage configurations have been confirmed.

Recently, a team of Barclays analysts including Mark Moskowitz have theorized one potential solution for the device’s premium price tag: Apple could debut an iPhone 8 bundle that packs in a year’s worth of Apple Music and a 200GB iCloud [...]

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14. Juli 2017

Australia Proposes Law That Would Compel Tech Companies to Decrypt Messages

Australia on Friday proposed new laws that would require companies like Apple to provide law enforcement authorities with access to encrypted communications (via Reuters).

Australia’s proposed legislation will compel companies to help security agencies intercept and read messages sent by suspects. It appears to take cues from the U.K.’s Investigatory Powers Bill, which includes provisions that require technology companies to bypass encryption where technically feasible. „We need to ensure the internet is not used as a dark place for bad people to hide their criminal activities from the law,“ Australian Prim Minister Malcolm Turnbull told reporters [...]

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19. Juni 2017

EU Proposes Enforcing Data Encryption and Banning Backdoors

The European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs has published draft proposals that would enforce end-to-end encryption on all digital communications and forbid backdoors that enable law enforcement to access private message data.

The proposed amendment relates to Article 7 of the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights, which says that EU citizens have a right to personal privacy, as well as privacy in their family life and at home. By extension, the „confidentiality and safety“ of EU citizens‘ electronic communications needs to be „guaranteed“ in the same manner.

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8. Februar 2017

Apple’s WebKit Team Proposes W3C Community Group to Strive for More Powerful Graphics on the Web

Apple’s WebKit team today proposed a new Community Group at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) focused on discussing the future of 3D graphics on the web. The goal of the group is to lead to development of a new Web API that would better prepare web browsers to take advantage of modern, and future, GPU technologies on a variety of platforms.

On the WebKit blog, Apple’s Dean Jackson says new software APIs „better reflect“ modern GPUs, but that many of the major ones — Direct3D 12 from Microsoft, Metal from Apple and Vulkan from Khronos Group — aren’t available on all platforms. While the success of the web requires common [...]

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