Mark Gurman

Mark Gurman


Apple & Devices news for Bloomberg. Email: mark@markgurman.com. TIPS: Wickr/Telegram: gurmanmark. Signal: 413-340-6295. ProtonMail: markgurman@protonmail.com.

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New story: For new high-end 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, Apple indeed plans return of MagSafe, the end of the Touch Bar (finally), brighter screens, minor design changes, next-gen M-series chips and more. Launch around mid-2021.

@stroughtonsmith  My experience with the AirPods Max and the Mac has been extremely subpar. If I was only using them with a Mac, I would have returned them already.

Latest newsletter - my thoughts on Samsung’s S21 and CES

Apple is working on a Podcasts subscription service focused on originals, adding to its growing list of services. @Lucas_Shaw :

On this week’s episode of Power Up on @BloombergTV  @technology , I discuss my thoughts on the Samsung S21 line and the virtual CES

Appreciate the shout outs. Thanks man! Great video! 👊

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Sources: Apple planning three new iPhones for this fall, including giant near 6.5-inch OLED model for the high-end, updated iPhone X, and cheaper phone with Face ID, edge-to-edge screen

New story — Amazon is gearing up to launch its first Alexa wearable: AirPods competitors, planned to include better sound. All the details on the earbuds here:

The screen on my Galaxy Fold review unit is completely broken and unusable just two days in. Hard to know if this is widespread or not.

Samsung just showed off its new Fold during an Oscars commercial. That’s one way to announce something.

Epic's Fornite has been removed from the App Store after they implemented direct payments, circumventing Apple's 30% cut.

The AirPower wouldn’t even have made a dent on Apple’s bottom line, but cancelling an announced product, no matter how big or small, is a huge embarrassment. Can’t recall them cancelling an announced device, at least in modern era. Even the white iPhone 4 made it out alive.

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