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After the launch of the iPhone 13 Pro models with 120Hz ProMotion, it became clear that most third-party app animations were limited to 60Hz and were unable to take advantage of the 120Hz maximum refresh rate of the new devices. At the time, Apple said there was a Core Animation bug that would be fixed in a later update. Apple appears to be addressing the Core Animation issue in the iOS 15.4 beta, introducing a change that will see apps automatically offering 120Hz refresh rates for all animations on iPhones that offer ProMotion support for more streamlined usage experience. Apollo developer Christian Selig today said on Twitter that someone at Apple informed him that a fix has been implemented in iOS 15.4, and he was able to confirm the change himself. Yay, got a little message from someone at Apple today that this is fixed in the iOS 15.4 betas and all apps automatically get 120 Hz animations on supported iPhones going forward, and just confirmed myself. (See attached, 1/120 = 8.33 ms) https://t.co/EtZ9zkrM6S pic.twitter.com/04cl8uLb11 Christian Selig (@ChristianSelig) January 27, 2022 With the full 120Hz ProMotion support, there should be no discernible difference between the various animations in an app, and everything should operate as expected. 120Hz refresh rates are designed to provide for a smoother viewing experience for scrolling through content, gaming, and more. Related Roundups: iOS 15 , iPadOS 15 , iPhone 13 Pro Buyer's Guide: iPhone 13 Pro (Neutral) Related Forum: iOS 15 This article, iOS 15.4 Will Allow Third-Party Apps to Take Full Advantage of iPhone 13 Pro 120Hz ProMotion Displays first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums
A lot of public market investors began elbowing their way into the world of venture-backed startups roughly a decade ago, and the ripple effects have been obvious. Think faster funding rounds across the board, higher valuations and venture firms that have raised increasingly bigger funds rather than cede territory to their newer rivals. Of course, 
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Moderna has begun early-stage clinical trials of an HIV mRNA vaccine, the company announced this week . On Thursday, it administered the first doses of a shot it co-developed with the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative to volunteers at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Like the companys COVID-19 vaccine, the new treatment uses messenger RNA to trick the human body into producing proteins that will trigger an immune response. Moderna hopes the shot will induce a specific class of white blood cells known as B-cells, which can then turn into broadly neutralizing antibodies. Those proteins are widely considered to be the goal of HIV vaccination, and this is the first step in that process, according to the company. As part of the trial, Moderna plans to test both a primary vaccine and a booster shot. The Phase 1 trial will involve 56 healthy, HIV-negative adult participants. The company will give 48 of those individuals the mRNA vaccine. Thirty-two of that group will also receive the booster shot. To the final eight involved in the first trial, the company will only administer the booster shot. Moderna says it will then monitor the entire group for six months to gauge the safety of the vaccine. It also plans to examine the immune response the vaccine triggers at the molecular level to determine if its effective. Messenger RNA technology could lead to treatments for a host of deadly diseases, including malaria , but a breakthrough against HIV would be particularly noteworthy. According to statistics from the US government , approximately 1.2 million Americans have the virus, which can lead to the deadly AIDS disease. While outcomes for HIV patients have improved significantly since the 90s thanks to the development of new treatments and medication, no HIV vaccine has successfully passed early clinical trials.
Amazon is offering the MSI Summit E13 Flip Evo Laptop with 4.8GHz i7/16GB/512GB/Iris Xe Graphics for $1,099 shipped . Matched at Newegg where a mail-in rebate can drop the price further to $999 . Down from $1,400, todays deal marks new all-time lows all around and is the first major price drop since it was released. Theres a 13-inch IPS display that fully supports multi-touch for an interactive experience. It also packs Intels 11th Generation Core i7 processor with Iris Xe graphics that offers plenty of performance without sacrificing portability. Plus, with Wi-Fi 6E in tow and a 180-degree hinge, youll be able to use this laptop anywhere and in multiple ways. Head below for more. more The post Save up to $440 on MSIs Summit E13 Flip Evo or Alienwares x17 R1 RTX 3060 laptops from $999 appeared first on 9to5Toys .
Apple is developing a new trade-in tool that will be used to scan the iPhone for cosmetic damage, likely with the aim of generating a more accurate trade-in estimate. Code for the feature was discovered in the iOS 15.4 beta by MacRumors contributor Steve Moser, and it was also highlighted by 9to5Mac . There's not a lot of detail right now, but in a Diagnostic Services section, there are mentions of a Trade-In Tool and Cosmetic Scan, which will also involve a QR code. New diagnostic Cosmetic Scan. pic.twitter.com/LbFVLxKgTo Steve Moser (@SteveMoser) January 27, 2022 We don't know how it works as of yet, but it may allow an iPhone user to take an image scan of their trade-in device to get a close look at scratches, dings, and other cosmetic damage, with the results sent to Apple. There are no outward-facing signs of this feature available at the current time, but since it's linked to trade-ins, it might be something that we'll see when the iOS 15.4 update is released to the public. Related Roundups: iOS 15 , iPadOS 15 Related Forum: iOS 15 This article, Apple Working on 'Cosmetic Scan' Trade-In Tool for iPhone first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums
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It's been a great quarter for Apple. The company just dropped its earnings repor t for Q1, 2022 (which for Apple ended December 25, 2021), and it broke revenue records across the board. It also reported a net income of $34.63 billion, with gross margins increasing to approximately 43.8 percent. Not only did quarterly revenue hit an all-time high of $123.9 billion, Apple also brought in more money selling iPhones, Macs and wearables than ever before. This time last year , the company reported a revenue of $111 billion, which itself was a new record at the time. Last quarter, too, it made all kinds of money selling Macs , even without the release of new Macbooks. Apple's revenue from iPhones ($71.6 billion) this year, despite global supply constraints, is a notable jump from last year ($65.6 billion). Driven by the transition to its own M1 silicon chips, Mac revenues were up more than $2 billion compared to the year prior, hitting a record $10.9 billion. Chief financial officer Luca Maestri said on the company's earnings call that the last six quarters were the best six quarters ever for Mac, and that M1-powered devices made up the vast majority of sales thanks to a record number of upgraders. Wearables, Home and Accessories which includes Apple Watch, AirPods and HomePods added another record-breaking $14.7 billion to the revenue sheet. Apple's services also contributed to its overall revenue, with products like TV+ and Fitness+ raking in a total of $19.5 billion an increase of 24 percent from last year. Maestri noted that paid subscriptions continue to increase, with recent developments in Fitness+, Arcade and Apple Music contributing to the growth. But not all products broke records this year. Net sales of iPads brought in $7.2 billion in Q1 2021, which is a 14 percent decrease year-over-year due to very significant supply constraints, Maestri said. Investors will be happy to know that Apple's board of directors have declared a cash dividend of 22 cents per share of common stock, payable on February 10th 2022. With supply chain issues and inflationary pressures impacting every business, Apple's results this quarter are surprisingly strong. CEO Tim Cook said in the Q&A section of the earnings call that the company will have less constraints than we had in the December quarter, which could mean its streak of wins might not be over.
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Google Play is introducing a new Offers tab to help users discover deals on games and apps, Google announced on Thursday. The company says the tab will surface deals across travel, shopping, media, fitness and entertainment apps. The new tab is rolling out over the coming weeks to users in the United States, India and 
Apple now has over 1.8 billion active devices worldwide, a new record, Apple CEO Tim Cook said during today's earnings call covering the first fiscal quarter of 2022. Apple's active install base includes iPhone , iPod touch , iPad , Mac, Apple TV , and Apple Watch, and it has grown from 1.5 active billion devices in January 2020 and 1.65 active billion devices in January 2021 . Cook did not break out numbers for individual devices, but last year said that Apple had more than billion active iPhones worldwide. Tags: earnings , AAPL This article, Apple Now Has More Than 1.8 Billion Active Devices Worldwide first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums
After ditching guidance at the beginning of the pandemic, Apple had plenty of reason to smile as it reported its single-largest quarterly revenue. Even in the face of pandemic uncertainty and supply chain constraints, the hardware giant blew past investor estimates, racking up an 11% growth in sales. Things were rosy overall on the hardware 
Apple faced significant supply constraints across all devices during the first fiscal quarter of 2022, but product supplies are expected to improve in the March quarter, Apple CEO Tim Cook told The Wall Street Journal ahead of today's earnings call. We saw supply constraints across most of our products, Mr. Cook said in an interview Thursday as the company released its results. We're forecasting that we will be less [constrained] in March than we were in the December quarter. Cook said that Apple expects to see year-over-year revenue growth in the March quarter, but he stopped short of providing details about when he thinks the supply chain issues facing the tech industry will ease. We're not projecting that, Mr. Cook said. You need to know a lot of things to be able to make an accurate forecast there, like how are other people's demands in addition to what kind of supply we can squeeze out. Even with the supply issues that Apple faced in the holiday quarter, the company today announced record revenue earnings of $123.9 billion. The iPhone and Mac set all-time quarterly revenue records as did wearables (Apple Watch and AirPods) and Services. Tags: earnings , AAPL This article, Supplies of Apple Products to Improve in March Quarter first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums
Amazon is offering the ASUS TUF Gaming X570-PRO Wi-Fi 6 AM4 Motherboard for $186.99 shipped . This saves $33 and marks a return to the Amazon low that weve tracked only a few times before. This motherboard will be the perfect centerpiece for your new gaming setup. It works with AMDs AM4 socket that includes both Ryzen 3000 and 5000 processors with PCIe 4.0 support in tow. On top of that, Wi-Fi 6 and 2.5GbE are onboard for networking, HDMI 2.1 support and DisplayPort 1.2 are available for supported processors, and theres ample USB connectivity both on the back and inside the case. Of course, being an X570 motherboard theres plenty of overclocking potential here with an active chipset heatsink, multiple hybrid fan headers, and 12+2 DrMOS power stages. Head below for more. more The post Start your PC build with ASUS TUF X570-PRO Wi-Fi 6 motherboard at Amazon low of $187 appeared first on 9to5Toys .
Apple today reported its earnings results for the fourth quarter of 2021 , which corresponds with the first quarter of the 2022 fiscal year. Overall, Apple reported revenue of $123.9 billion, which is an all-time quarterly record for the company. On a category-by-category basis, Apple also set all-time quarterly revenue records for the iPhone, Mac, Wearables, and Services: iPhone: $71.6 billion, up from $65.5 billion in the year-ago quarter Mac: $10.8 billion, up from $8.6 billion in the year-ago quarter Wearables, Home, and Accessories: $14.7 billion, up from $12.9 billion in the year-ago quarter Services: $19.5 billion, up from $15.7 billion in the year-ago quarter Wearables, Home, and Accessories includes the Apple Watch, Apple TV, HomePod mini, iPod touch, AirPods, Beats headphones, accessories, and more. Services includes the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple Fitness+, iCloud, and more. iPad revenue was $7.2 billion for the quarter, down from $8.4 billion in the year-ago quarter. Speaking on Apple's earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook said iPad supply was significantly constrained during the quarter. Cook forecasted that the supply constraints for the iPad and other products will begin to improve during the March quarter . This quarter's record results were made possible by our most innovative lineup of products and services ever, said Cook. We are gratified to see the response from customers around the world at a time when staying connected has never been more important. We are doing all we can to help build a better world making progress toward our goal of becoming carbon neutral across our supply chain and products by 2030, and pushing forward with our work in education and racial equity and justice. For more coverage of Apple's earnings results, follow along with our live blog . Tags: earnings , AAPL This article, Apple Reports All-Time Quarterly Revenue Records for iPhone, Mac, Wearables, and Services first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums
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Apple today announced financial results for the first fiscal quarter of 2022, which corresponds to the fourth calendar quarter of 2021. For the quarter, Apple posted revenue of $123.9 billion and net quarterly profit of $34.6 billion, or $2.10 per diluted share, compared to revenue of $111.4 billion and net quarterly profit of $28.8 billion, or $1.68 per diluted share, in the year-ago quarter . Despite headwinds from chip shortages and other supply chain issues that Apple had previously said would hamper its ability to meet customer demand during the quarter, Apple's revenue and earnings for the quarter were all-time records. Apple's iPhone , Mac, Wearables, and Services segments also recorded all-time highs for revenue. Gross margin for the quarter was 43.8 percent, compared to 39.8 percent in the year-ago quarter. Apple also declared a quarterly dividend payment of $0.22 per share, payable on February 10 to shareholders of record as of February 7. This quarters record results were made possible by our most innovative lineup of products and services ever, said Tim Cook, Apples CEO. We are gratified to see the response from customers around the world at a time when staying connected has never been more important. We are doing all we can to help build a better world making progress toward our goal of becoming carbon neutral across our supply chain and products by 2030, and pushing forward with our work in education and racial equity and justice. As has been the case for well over a year now, Apple is once again not issuing guidance for the current quarter ending in March. Apple will provide live streaming of its fiscal Q1 2022 financial results conference call at 2:00 pm Pacific, and MacRumors will update this story with coverage of the conference call highlights. Conference call recap follows below... 1:37 pm : Apple's share price is currently up over 2% in after-hours trading. 1:40 pm : With $10.85 billion in revenue, Apple's Mac sales broke through the $10 billion mark for the first time ever. Services are also approaching a milestone with a record $19.5 billion in revenue. iPad had $7.25 billion was the only segment to not set an all-time record, which isn't too surprising given a lack of recent updates for the iPad Pro and iPad Air lines. 1:42 pm : Even with the after-hours bump, the share price is still well off the all-time high of earlier in the month when the price touched $182.94. It's currently just above $165. 2:01 pm : The earnings call with analysts is beginning. 2:03 pm : Tim Cook is proud to announce Apple's biggest quarter ever, noting an all-time revenue record up 11 percent from last year and better than expected at the beginning of the quarter. There are more than 1.8 billion active devices, another record. Revenue growth across all product categories except iPad, which was supply constrained. Supply constraints were higher than the prior quarter. 2:04 pm : Tim is expressing gratitude to medical workers and others fighting COVID-19. Tim notes this is the 8th quarter dealing with the COVID pandemic. 2:04 pm : He is now reflecting on the 15th anniversary of Steve Jobs' unveiling of the iPhone earlier this month. 2:05 pm : Each of our major products leads the industry in customer satisfaction in their categories. iPhone set an all-time revenue record, thanks to the strength of the iPhone 13 lineup. 2:05 pm : An all-time revenue record was set for the Mac, thanks to M1-powered devices. M1 Pro and M1 Max is blowing users away with power, performance, and efficiency. 2:05 pm : The iPad continues to be indispensable to millions of teachers, students, artists, creatives, and more. 2:07 pm : Wearables, Homes, and Accessories set an all-time record as well, thanks to the Apple Watch 7 and other devices. Tim is talking about receiving emails from Apple Watch owners who have received heart-related alerts or were able to call 911 from their watch in an emergency. 2:08 pm : Services set an all-time revenue record, performing even better than Apple anticipated. Tim calls the App Store an economic miracle for developers, noting that it's safe for users. $260 billion transferred to developers. 200 award wins for Apple TV+ shows and movies, with 890 nominations. 2:09 pm : Our retail business saw its highest revenue in Apple history, and earned its highest ever customer satisfaction stores. 2:10 pm : Last year, celebrated 10 years of the Employee Giving program. We pledged to match contributions to organizations doing important work at every level. This program has contributed nearly $725 million to charitable organizations. We also celebrated 15 years of Apple's partnership with Project (RED). Raised $270 million for Project (RED). 2:11 pm : We also launched a new partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of America. The initiative will help youngsters learn to code on iPads. Apple is climate-neutral across the company's operations and is working intensely to reach a 2030 goal of carbon neutrality across the supply chain and throughout the lifetime of its products. 2:12 pm : Tim also mentioned the company's work on diversity and its Black History Month recognition, including a new Apple Watch band and a watch face. 2:13 pm : Now Apple CFO Luca Maestri is on to discuss the performance in more detail. The company set records in many geographies. Revenue was $101.4 billion on products, despite significant supply constraints. Grew in each product category except iPad, where supply constraints were particularly pronounced. 2:14 pm : The current installed base of active devices is 1.8 billion devices. Growth was broad-based, with all-time records in each product category and geographic segment (except iPad). $19.5 billion in services revenue, and records across every geographic segment. 43.8% gross margin due to volume leverage and favorable mix, partially offset by higher cost structures. 38.4% product gross margin and 72.4% services gross margin. 2:16 pm : Latest survey shows iPhone customer satisfaction at 98%. Mac saw strong demand for MacBook Pro. The vast majority of Mac sales are from M1-powered devices. Record number of upgraders, and the last 6 quarters have been the best 6 quarters ever for Mac. 2:16 pm : iPad saw very significant supply constraints though customer demand was very strong across all models. Half of customers purchasing an iPad during the quarter were new to the product. 2:17 pm : $14.7 billlion for Wearables, Home, and Accessories, and records in each geographic segment. Apple Watch saw 2/3 of customers new to the product. 2:17 pm : New records for Services, with positive momentum on many fronts. December quarter record for the App Store. 2:18 pm : Increased customer engagement with services. Double-digit growth of paid accounts and hit an all-time high, and paid subscriptions reached 785 million in the quarter, up 165 million in the last 12 months. New content came to Apple TV+, Fitness+, and Apple Arcade . 2:19 pm : M1-powered Macs are the preferred machine for enterprise customers. Shopify is upgrading its entire global workforce to M1 Macs. 2:20 pm : Deloitte Consulting is expanding the Mac Employee Choice program, including the new M1-powered MacBook Pro. 2:21 pm : Cash position: We ended the quarter with $203 billion in cash and marketable securities. Total debt of $123 billion. Net cash of $80 billion. Business continues to generate strong cash flow, and $27 billion was returned to shareholders. $3.7 billion in dividends and $14.4 billion in open market purchases of 93 million Apple shares. 2:21 pm : $6 billion accelerated share repurchase began in November, retiring 30 million shares. 2:23 pm : Apple is not providing revenue guidance once again but is sharing some insights assuming COVID doesn't change too much. The company expects an all-time March company revenue record despite supply constraints. The revenue growth rate will decelerate from December, after explosive March 2021 growth. There was a different iPhone launch last year. FX will be a 3-point headwind vs December quarter growth rate. 2 point affect of FX in the March quarter, while it had a 1 point benefit in December. 2:24 pm : Strong double-digit growth in Services, but decelerated from December quarter. Higher rate of lockdowns last year led to extra use of digital services. OpEx to be between $12.5 billion and $12.7 billion. Tax rate should be around 16%. 2:24 pm : The call is being opened to questions from analysts. 2:25 pm : Q: Your margins have been impressive. On product, it's clearly benefitting from a strong mix. How sustainable do you think these mix trends are? Any thoughts on how Pro and Pro Max mix compared to prior cycles? When you look at gross margin on Services, where within services are you seeing trends and how should investors think about these margins? 2:26 pm : A: In terms of the mix, we don't comment directly on mix, but we saw strong demand across the iPhone 13 family. In fact, we had several of the top-selling models in various markets including the top 5 in the US and Australia, top 4 in Urban China, 3 of top 4 in France and Germany, 4 of top 6 in Japan. Based on external data, it seems to say we are gaining share as well. We feel quite good on the momentum of iPhone. We were constrained during the quarter. 2:28 pm : On the services side, our services business in aggregate is accretive to overall company margin. Services portfolio is very broad and contains businesses with different margin profiles. Due to nature of businesses and also how we account for them (net vs gross). Services gross margin percentage will be influenced by the rate of growth of businesses within the portfolio. We do not guide at product or services level, but the guidance that we provided for the march quarter, 42.5-43.5, very strong compared to recent history. We're very pleased with that. 2:29 pm : Q: Similar components used for iPhone and iPad? Should we see in a recovery in iPad as we see a slowing of iPhone sales? A: In Q1, the December quarter, we said we would have constraints. For March, where we will have less constraints than the December quarter. Commonality between different products, there is some but generally the challenge is on legacy nodes and these legacy nodes are by supplier. It's much more focused on the supplier than anything else versus us behind the curtain finding a place to take it. There is some of that, but largely we take it where the shortages are. 2:30 pm : Q: Any guidance on iPad and where it should go? A: Very significant constraint in December, very much on legacy nodes. Virtually all of the problem was in that area. Overall, we're not guiding constraint by product level, but overall we do see an improvement in the March quarter in terms of constraints going down versus December. 2:33 pm : Q: Can you talk about Mac business? Up about 50% from calendar 2019, almost $11 billion and still working through M1 transition. Where do you see opportunity to gain share? Target markets to grow this? A: Mac set an all-time revenue record at $10.9 billion, up 25 percent. The last 6 quarters have been the top 6 revenue quarters of all time. Further very good about this, we set all-time revenue records in Americas, Europe, and Asia Pac, and December quarter record in Greater China. It's not narrowed to a particular geographic area that we're doing well in. It's almost across the board. The response is very much because of M1, and we got even more response with MacBook Pro that we launched during Q1. The upgraders (record number in December) and also markets like China, 6/10 sales are people new to the Mac. Upgraders and Switchers. Customer sat is off the charts. What I see this as is, a product that will be very successful in a number of different markets from education to business to creative, and in all geographies. We aren't limiting ourselves. 2:34 pm : Q: Services outperformed expectations. What trends are you seeing that are driving the extra revenue? A: It was great on all fronts, December quarter records in every geography. Records for cloud, video, music, payments, App Store. Better than we were expecting at the beginning of the quarter. Overperformance was spread around the world and around services categories. The installed base is growing, we continue to have more engagement from customers on our services. Paid subscriptions is a phenomenal story, 785 million paid subs with 165 million increased in last 12 months. All these things combined are really powering the business. 2:36 pm : Q: As it relates to disruption you've seen on the component side for manufacturing, are you rethinking your broader supply chain strategy or manufacturing footprint on the back of the disruptions or are you happy with the overall geographic exposure that you see in the supply chain today? A: If you step back and look at how we've done, our largest issue by far has been the chip shortage that is industry-wide and on these legacy nodes. I think our supply chain actually does very good considering the shortages because it's a fast-moving supply chain, the cycle times are very short, there's little distance between a chip being fabricated and packaged and a product going out of the factory. I don't see that it makes a fundamental change in the supply chain. 2:37 pm : Q: How are you thinking about the metaverse opportunity and APple's role in that market? A: That's a big question. We're a company in a business of innovation. We're always exploring new and emerging technologies and this area is very interesting to us. We have 14,000 ARKit apps on the App Store, incredible AR experiences for millions of people today. We see a lot of potential in this space and are investing accordingly. 2:39 pm : Q: Any idea how much revenue was left on the table in December and how does that shake out in March? A: In terms of December to March, it's hard to estimate with great precision but we said it would be more than September quarter for last quarter, and March will be less than December quarter. That's the verbiage that we placed around it. Yes, it is still challenging, but for us, we pride ourselves on getting products to customers who really want them and do that on a fast basis and it's frustrating that we can't always do that at the speed that we would like. However, March is better than December and there's some encouraging signs there. We aren't predicting overall because of the number of variables that go into such a prediction. 2:41 pm : Q: Visibility around the product roadmap. $23 billion in R&D in 2021, without telling us the roadmap, how do you think about where to focus R&D resources and how much should we think about spend on evolutions of products out there versus new offerings? A: We have a little different model, we try to announce things when they're ready or close to ready and try to maintain an element of surprise. Hopefully that explains our roadmap and that has proven successful for us and other people can do it differently. We're going to continue to do that. In terms of deciding where to invest in, we look at areas that are at the intersection of hardware, software, and services. We think that's where the magic really happens and it brings out the best in Apple. There are areas that have more than piqued our interest and you can tell over time that we've ramped our R&D spend even more than we were before. There's quite a bit of investment going into things that are not on the market at this point, as there always are. 2:43 pm : Q: Can we get perspective on China and the macro climate and how that pertains to business. We heard concerns that current policies might have caused a pause in smartphone inventory and local vendors elevated into Chinese New Year. Sell-in vs sell-through in that market? A: I can only comment for us, our sales grew 21% there in the last quarter and we're very proud of that. I'll stay away and let other people be the economists and make the macro determinations, but what we're seeing there was super impressive with all-time revenue records and a record number of upgraders and strong double-digit growth in switchers on iPhone. We had the top 4 selling phones in Urban China, there's a lot of good there and I would remind you that iPhone was constrained in the quarter. I'm not sure where the statements are coming around about inventory and I can't comment about how other people have more or not. 2:44 pm : Q: On supply chain you've been managing it very well and gross margins have grown relatively well across products and services. Can you shed light on costs attributed to supply chain that might abate later? A: We're seeing inflation and it's factored into gross margin and OpEx that Luca reviewed. Logistics as I mentioned previously is very elevated in terms of cost of moving things around. I would hope that at least a portion of that is transitory but the world has changed so we'll see. 2:46 pm : Q: On Apple TV+, other players have talked about slowing subscriber growth as we move through the pandemic. Can you talk about that? A: We don't give out subscriber numbers for Apple TV+, what we do do is give out a subscriber number for our subscription numbers that we have. We ended at 785 million, incredibly pleased with that. Huge growth on year over year. Accounts both Apple-branded and third-party, in terms of how we're doing, we've been honored with 200 wins and 890 nominations, doing exactly like we wanted to with giving storytellers a place to tell original stories and we feel really good with where we are competitively and the position of the product. 2:47 pm : Q: Any customer segments you aren't tapping into currently? A: Putting aside anything on our roadmap, we wouldn't talk about, I think Apple Card has a great runway ahead of it. It was rated the number-one midsize credit card in customer sat by JD Power. It's fast-becoming people's main credit card for many people. The growth of Apple Pay has been stunning. There's still a lot more there to go, and a lot of cash in the environment. I think that both of these and whatever else we might do have a great future ahead. 2:49 pm : Q: If you can speak to the March quarter in terms of seasonality and performance, because of the later launch of the phone some of that came into the March quarter, should we interpret, because supply constraints are easing somewhat into the quarter, should we see similar March quarter getting better than seasonal performance? A: We talked about it on a year-over-year basis because that's how most people look at it, we expect a record for March quarter, solid growth on a year-over-year basis. We still expect significant supply constraints but less than what we saw in December. You can do the math around sequential, but given where we are in the environment, the difficult compare on iPhone and on Services, we're very happy with the way we're guiding and the way the business is going right now. 2:51 pm : Q: Product and 5G upgrade cycle, a point in time where the view from some that iPhone was ex-growth and that's been proven wrong. The level of confidence that iPhone continues to grow in the future and the avenues for that growth? A: iPhone has become an integral part of so many people's lives, now more than ever. Active install base continues to grow and is now at an all-time high. During December, as we had mentioned, we had a record number of upgraders and switchers grew strong double-digit which speaks to the strength of the product. 98% customer sat. Doing well throughout geogrpahies. Some of the geos that we track and how many units we have on top-selling model charts. Even though this is the second product announcement that has 5G in it, we're still in the early innings of 5G. If you look at the install base and how many people are on 5G vs not, we don't release those numbers but you can do some math and estimate those. We have an optimistic view on iPhone long term. 2:54 pm : Q: Relationship between iOS install base and the subsequent performance you see in services or paid subs? How do you look at existing services business in terms of the growth you get in terms of customers who are already subscribers vs net new or green field subscribers? A: 785 million subs, relative to the total number of products offered and the customers they're offered too, there's still a lot of room to grow there. The way that I look at it, there's a lot more green field in front of us. On services engagement and how we think about customers, obviously it's important for us that customers are engaged on our services platforms and the ones that we have, we know that the more engaged they are, the more likely they are to stay with Apple for the long term. We track all those metrics and they're very important for us. We improve the quality and quantity of our offerings, and we've launched a lot of new services. We care about new customers as well, and that's why we keep track of the install base and a lot of other metrics. We care about upgraders and switchers with products, and it's a combination of the two, put it together and it provides a level of growth from the services business. $72 billion of revenue on services, the size of a Fortune 50 company. Couldn't happen without contributions from both existing and new customers. 2:56 pm : Q: Content tends to be socially responsible and healthy, is this a constraint for Apple to purchase studios or shows when they come up, or has it been financial? A: We don't make financial decisions on content, we try to find great content that has a reason for being. We love Ted Lasso and the other shows that have a reason for existing and have a good message and may make people feel better at the end of it. I don't think we've narrowed our universe of things we're selecting from. There's plenty to pick from out there, and I think we're doing a pretty good job of it as we speak. 2:58 pm : Q: Do you see a situation where Apple plays a more active role in health, or people require a watch to be worn for critical monitoring? How do you think about Watch in that context? A: No days go by without someone telling me about a health alert, whether cardiovascular, or a lot of people have told me they fell and knocked unconscious and the watch responded for them to emergency contacts and emergency personnel. There's a lot that we're doing today, and my sense has always been that there's more here. We continue to pull the string and see where it takes us. We're really satisfied with how we're doing in this area. We are fundamentally changing people's lives and in some cases saving people's lives, so it's an area of great interest. 2:58 pm : The call has completed. Tag: earnings This article, Apple Reports Record 1Q 2022 Results: $34.6B Profit on $123.9B Revenue first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums
Apple just dropped a bunch of new OS betas, bringing a pair of long-awaited features. IOS Beta 15.4 delivers the ability to unlock your phone with Face ID while wearing a mask (really upper-Face ID, if were going to be pendantic about it), while versions beta 15.4 of iPadOS and MacOS 12.3 deliver the delayed 
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A group of Democratic lawmakers led by Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachuttes has asked six crypto mining companies, including Riot Blockchain, to answer questions about the impact of their operations on the environment and cost of electricity in the US. In separate letters to the chief executives of each firm, the group asks the companies to detail how much electricity they consume, their scaling plans and any agreements they have in place with local utility companies. They have until February 10th to reply. Lawmakers say theyre concerned about what a dramatic increase in domestic cryptocurrency mining has meant for the environment and consumers. Specifically, they cite a 2021 study from the University of California, Berkeley that estimated crypto mining in upstate New York raised annual electricity bills by approximately $165 million for small businesses and $79 million for consumers, with little or no local economic benefit. They also point to the fact that energy consumption related to Bitcoin mining tripled between 2019 and 2021. The extraordinarily high energy usage and carbon emissions associated with Bitcoin mining could undermine our hard work to tackle the climate crisis not to mention the harmful impacts crypto mining has on local environments and electricity prices, Senator Warren said. We need more information on the operations of these crypto mining companies to understand the full scope of the consequences for our environment and local communities. The group stops short of suggesting regulatory action could be on the horizon for the industry, but clearly the effect of cryptocurrency on other parts of the economy is something lawmakers are thinking about. On January 20th, the House Energy and Commerce Committee held a hearing titled Cleaning up Cryptocurrency: The Energy Impacts of Blockchains . Whats more, US lawmakers have taken a more board interest in cryptocurrencies in recent months. That was on display in December when the Senate held a hearing on Stablecoins .
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In today's iOS 15.4 beta that's available to developers, Apple added a useful new feature that changes the way Face ID works. There's now a Face ID with a Mask option that allows the iPhone to be unlocked when you're wearing a mask, but you need to have an iPhone 12 or newer. Right now, an iPhone can be unlocked with a mask if you have an Apple Watch for authentication to add an extra layer of security, but the new option removes the need for an Apple Watch. Face ID with a Mask works by recognizing the area around the eye when a mask is worn, which is less secure but more convenient. Unfortunately, Face ID with a Mask is limited to some of Apple's newest iPhones, even though Face ID has been available since 2017 with the launch of the iPhone X. As noted on our forums , Face ID with a Mask is only an option on the iPhone 12 and later, so you'll need an iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max or an iPhone 13 , 13 mini, 13 Pro, or 13 Pro Max. If you have an iPhone 11 or earlier, you will not see the Face ID with a Mask setup screen when updating to iOS 15.4, nor will you have the option to toggle it on in the Settings app. It is not clear why Apple has limited Face ID with a Mask to the iPhone 12 and newer, but there may be some differences in Face ID hardware over the years that allow it to work for some devices and not others in terms of reasonable security. It's also possible that Apple will expand Face ID with a Mask to older iPhones in future betas. Related Roundups: iOS 15 , iPadOS 15 Related Forum: iOS 15 This article, iOS 15.4's Face ID With a Mask Feature Requires iPhone 12 or Newer first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums
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Amazon is offering the LifeStraw Home 18-cup Water Filter Dispenser for $47.96 shipped . Down from $60, todays deal marks the first discount that weve tracked for this model, which also means its a new all-time low. Designed to filter out over 30 contaminates that include bacteria, microplastics, lead, mercury, PFAs, chlorine, and more, this dispenser has the ability to purify up to 264 gallons on a single membrane microfilter. However, the activated carbon + iro exchange filter will need to be changed out every 40 gallons. LifeStraw claims that the membrane microfilter will last up to a year and the activated carbon will go for around two months before needing to be replaced. Head below for more. more The post LifeStraws 18-cup water dispenser filters out over 30 contaminates at $48 (First sale, Reg. $60) appeared first on 9to5Toys .
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The last year has been a boon for social media scammers, according to a new report from the FTC. The agency says more than 95,000 people lost $770 million to scammers who found them via social media platforms in 2021. Thats more than double the $258 million they say scammers made off with in 2020. The report doesnt speculate on why there was such a big increase in 2021, but it notes that reports of scams have soared over the last five years. It also states that there was a massive surge in scams related to bogus cryptocurrency investments and that investment scams accounted for nearly $285 million more than third of the $770 million lost last year. Romance scams have also climbed to record highs in recent years, according to the report. These scams often start with a seemingly innocent friend request from a stranger, followed by sweet talk, and then, inevitably, a request for money, the FTC says. Also prevalent are scams related to online shopping, most of which involve undelivered goods that were purchased as the result of an ad on social media. Of note, Facebook and Instagram are the only two platforms named in the report. More than a third of people who said they lost money to an online romance scam in 2021 said it began on Facebook or Instagram, the report states. Likewise, the FTC says that Facebook and Instagram were the most commonly cited platform for reports of undelivered good, with the two apps cited in 9 out of 10 reports where a service was identified. We put significant resources towards tackling this kind of fraud and abuse, a spokesperson for Meta said in a statement. We also go beyond suspending and deleting accounts, Pages, and ads. We take legal action against those responsible when we can and always encourage people to report this behavior when they see it. Interestingly one of the FTCs recommendations is that users try to opt out of targeted advertising when possible as scammers can easily use the tools available to advertisers on social media platforms to systematically target people with bogus ads based on personal details such as their age, interests, or past purchases. The agency also recommends users lock down their privacy settings and to be wary of any messages asking for money, especially in the form of cryptocurrency or gift cards.
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Amazon is now offering the ZAGG Pro Keys Wireless Keyboard and Detachable Case for the Apple iPad 11-inch for $84.15 shipped . Normally priced at $110, youre not only saving $26 with this deal, but youre also getting the best offer since the holidays. Quickly and easily transform your tablet into a portable workstation with this wireless keyboard. The keyboard and case easily detach and come with an Apple pencil holder for convenience in any environment. Not to mention, the keyboard can pair to multiple devices at the same time, and with a quick switch you can change between the two when needed. The keys themselves are laptop style with 2m of drop protection, backlighting, and corner bumpers for a seamless transition from your go-to laptop or computer. more The post Grab Zaggs Pro Wireless Keyboard for your 11-inch iPad Pro at $84 (Save $26) appeared first on 9to5Toys .
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Walmart is now offering the Frigidaire Portable Retro Mini Personal Beverage Refrigerator for $20 with free shipping in orders over $35 or with a Walmart+ membership ( free trial ). Regularly $38 with similar models fetching $33 at Amazon, this is up to 47% off the going rate and the lowest price we can find. While it certainly isnt that Xbox mini fridge everybody went wild for, it is a nice miniature option for the game room or home theater with classic retro stylings. Its large enough to house six cans with a locking latch and can be powered by eithera typical home outlet or the included 12V car adapter. Rated 4+ stars from over 1,500 Walmart customers. more The post Didnt score the Xbox Mini Fridge? This Frigidaire retro might do the trick at $20 (47% off) appeared first on 9to5Toys .