Apple Unveils iPhone X, iPhone 8, Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K

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As summer comes to an end, Apple begins ramping up the production of its newest products. Today at 1PM ET (10AM PT), Apple will be holding a special event at the brand new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.

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What Apple needs to do to win with iPhone 8

2017 marks the 10th anniversary of iPhone, which means anticipation is ramping up faster than usual for the next Apple phone. FoxNews.com asked analysts what they think Apple needs to do to stay on top.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/01/12/what-apple-needs-to-do-to-win-with-iphone-8.html

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TSMC quickly ramping up 16nm volume production

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TSMC has stated that it’s rapidly ramping its 16nmFF process now, and expects to be in volume production in its second-generation 16nmFF+ process by the end of the year. The new announcements are meant to quell investor fears that the foundry giant lost Apple orders to its rival, Samsung.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/212221-tsmc-quickly-ramping-up-16nm-volume-production

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Suppliers ramping up Force Touch module shipments for next-gen iPhone, rumor claims

Apple touch panel suppliers are reportedly ramping up shipments of Force Touch modules in preparation for the launch of a next-generation iPhone, according to a new rumor.

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Amazon Cranks Up IoT Innovation Machine


Amazon is ramping up its innovative hardware product testing and beefing up marketing strategies to give its nearly quarter billion customers better ways to buy its wares using Internet-connected devices. Amazon will boost staffing at its Silicon Valley hardware unit, Lab126, by at least 27 percent over the next five years, according to reports that surfaced last week. The company reportedly plans to boost full-time payroll to at least 3,757 people at the facility by 2019. Lab126 had almost 3,000 full-time employees in its 2013 taxable year.

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Apple suppliers reportedly start production of next-gen iPad Air with anti-reflective coating

Ahead of an expected special event in September, Apple suppliers are supposedly ramping up manufacturing of both 9.7-inch and 7.9-inch iPad models, with the larger version expected to debut as soon as this quarter.



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Amazon Floats Drone Exemption Proposal to FAA


Amazon is ramping up its drone delivery project and is hoping for approval to conduct outdoor testing on its own property. The company has petitioned the FAA for an exemption from rules barring it from testing the devices. Amazon last year revealed it was working on a project that would allow it to deliver small packages to consumers within 30 minutes of ordering via the unmanned aerial vehicles. The project, called “Amazon Prime Air,” has been criticized as a gimmick, but the company seems intent on forging ahead with the plan.

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