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12. Oktober 2018

Apple Says iOS 12 is Now Installed on 53% of Active Devices From Last Four Years

Apple’s iOS 12 operating system, released on September 17, is now installed on 53 percent of active devices introduced in the last four years.

Apple shared the installation statistics on its App Store support page for developers, which was updated today.

iOS installation rates are being broken down in a new way. The 53 percent statistic applies only to devices released in the last four years. Amid all devices, 50 percent are running iOS 12.

Of devices released in the last four years, 40 percent are running iOS 11 and 7 percent are running an earlier version of iOS. Among all devices, 39 percent continue to run iOS 11 while 11 percent use an earlier [...]

 
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12. Oktober 2018

Kaspersky Lab Says Report Claiming China Hacked Apple’s Former Server Supplier is Likely ‚Untrue‘

Russia-based cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab today said that while „hardware supply chain attacks are a reality,“ evidence suggests Bloomberg Businessweek’s report about Chinese intelligence tampering with server motherboards manufactured by Apple’s former supplier Supermicro is „untrue.“

Apple data center Kaspersky Lab said the report „should be taken with a grain of salt“ in its 14-page analysis of the alleged attack, obtained by MacRumors:

The stories published by Bloomberg in October 2018 had a significant impact. For Supermicro, it meant a 40% stock valuation loss. For businesses owning Supermicro hardware, [...]

 
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6. Oktober 2018

Apple’s Former Legal Chief Bruce Sewell Says FBI ‚Never Heard‘ of Supermicro Allegations Last Year

Apple’s efforts to thoroughly deny this week’s bombshell Bloomberg Businessweek report now extend to a former top executive.

Apple’s former general counsel Bruce Sewell Apple’s recently retired general counsel Bruce Sewell told Reuters he called the FBI’s then-general counsel James Baker last year after being told by Bloomberg of an open investigation into Supermicro, and was told that nobody at the federal law enforcement agency knew what the story was about.

„I got on the phone with him personally and said, ‚Do you know anything about this?,“ Sewell said of his conversation with Baker, reports Reuters. „He [...]

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24. September 2018

iPhone Storage is ‚Absolutely the Most Profitable iPhone Feature‘ says Analyst

A new report out this morning by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and Ian King takes a look into Apple’s pricing strategy for the storage capacities on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Specifically, Bloomberg says that the biggest upsell for the iPhone XS and XS Max is the new 512GB storage option, which will help Apple make $134 more per iPhone than the 64GB option.

512GB is the highest storage capacity that Apple has yet to release on an iPhone, and the company charges customers a lot more for NAND storage chips than it pays suppliers. IHS Markit analyst Wayne Lam explains that storage costs Apple about 25 cents per gigabyte, and the company charges customers [...]

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