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The Problem With Abandoned Apps

A growing scrap heap of abandoned iOS apps is creating a troubling environment for developers. Marc Zeedar, publisher of xDev Magazine, explores the situation.

 
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What Apple’s MacBook Lineup Should Look Like

Understanding Apple’s Marginalization of the Mac

Touch Screens, Touch Bars, and the Single Point of Focus

Apple Announces New Apple Book

Four Reasons Why Apple Should Bid on Time Warner

Explaining Sierra’s Optimized Storage

On Hacking During the U.S. Presidential Campaign

 

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Apple Reports on its 2016 Diversity Efforts

MacNN and Tekserve Close, EveryMac and Mactracker Carry On

Why Apple Might Buy Tidal

Eye-Fi Demonstrates the Danger of Cloud-Dependent Hardware

Myths and Misconceptions about macOS Sierra

tvOS at 6 Months: Where Are the Apps?

Tim Cook Sits Down with Jim Cramer on Mad Money

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