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iPhone 13 event rumored for September 14 🤞

Cult of Mac Today
The iPhone 12 was a hit for Apple, but the iPhone 13 is shaping up to be a real blockbuster.
Initial orders from suppliers are pegged at 90 million to 100 million! And that’s just for the first rush of buyers during the holiday season.
This estimate comes from analyst Dan Ives, who has a pretty good track record. He also predicted the date for this year’s iPhone introduction: September 14.
So, mark your calendar and polish up your Apple Card. This fall is gonna be fun.
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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Steve Troughton-Smith
Unsaid about the Netflix news (planning to offer primarily-mobile games through their streaming platform) is that Apple would never allow it on iOS, so either Netflix is betting Apple’s going to lose the antitrust cases, or it’s going to throw its weight behind the offensive?
One more thing ...
“You know, my philosophy is – it’s always been very simple. And it has its flaws, which I’ll go into. My philosophy is that everything starts with a great product. So, you know, I obviously believed in listening to customers, but customers can’t tell you about the next breakthrough that’s going to happen next year that’s going to change the whole industry.
So you have to listen very carefully. But then you have to go and sort of stow away – you have to go hide away with people that really understand the technology, but also really care about the customers, and dream up this next breakthrough. And that’s my perspective, that everything starts with a great product. And that has its flaws. I have certainly been accused of not listening to the customers enough. And I think there is probably a certain amount of that that’s valid.” – Steve Jobs
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