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Mark Gurman
Apple & Devices news for Bloomberg. Email: mark@markgurman.com. Wickr/Telegram: gurmanmark. Signal: 413-340-6295. ProtonMail: markgurman@protonmail.com.
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Mark Gurman 7h
Replying to @InMyDurag @damanr
This is a great list. I think we’ll get Beverley (12M), Green (8M), Ariza (Minimum), Morris (7.5M), and McGee (Minimum) + Korver (Minimum) and KCP (mid-level).
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Shams Charania 12h
The Knicks have been fined $50,000 by the NBA for violating the league's rules regarding equal access for media.
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Mark Gurman 13h
iOS 13 and Mac OS Catalina Public betas are out… for those who haven’t been using it since WWDC with a profile from a friend’s developer account.
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Mark Gurman Jun 22
Replying to @hmfaigen
Also it seems that there is a higher price for the Lakers, on everything, just because they are the Lakers, a bigger market, and competing franchises are jealous. Same thing with the AD trade.
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Mark Gurman Jun 21
Replying to @markgurman
To be clear, these were sent out to Apple employees, lots testing them.
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Mark Gurman Jun 21
Finally got mine
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Mark Gurman Jun 21
Replying to @TheSteinLine
112 divided by 4 is the Lakers cap space after AD waives his trade kicker. Good lord.
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Mark Gurman Jun 21
Replying to @kpelton
Please do
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Mark Gurman Jun 21
Replying to @JonyIveParody
Nah, it’s Friday. Slow day. One fun post once in a while won’t hurt anyone.
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Replying to @Trevor_Lane
$27 million
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Replying to @ShamsCharania
My sources are saying the same thing.
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Replying to @HamishOsborne
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Replying to @LakersSBN
They moved Bonga and Moe?
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Replying to @markgurman
Apple Warns Customers to Stop Using Some MacBook Pro Laptops
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Related to this? As points out.
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Replying to @markgurman
While the press release doesn’t mention this, the actual recall website says “the battery may overheat and pose a FIRE safety risk.” (emphasis mine).
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Updated story on latest Apple tariffs situation: Apple Warns of iPhone Tariff Risks as China Supply Chain Exposed
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Replying to @markgurman
Second product recall for Apple this year (international AC plug adapter). And see this key part about the MacBook Pro: “Apple is asking customers to stop using affected 15-inch MacBook Pro units.”
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Apple announces recall of “a limited number of older generation 15-inch MacBook Pro units which contain a battery that may overheat and pose a safety risk.” Sold between September 2015 and February 2017.
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Mark Gurman Jun 20
Apple Says Tariffs Would Reduce Its Contribution to U.S. Economy
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