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Thursday Highlights: US Department of Justice may have misfired with "smoking gun" email from Steve Jobs to Eddy Cue, which now appears to have been a draft, actual email paints far different picture argue Apple lawyers; Eddy Cue set to take stand today, being seen as central witness, center of scandal says DOJ; more in our Apple/Macintosh section; Tim Worstall at Forbes on whether or not iOS 7 is hurting innovation; at The Guardian, Steve Rose explains rationale for Apple's move away from skeuomorphism; Jonny Evans ponders why Apple is going to upgrade their entire ecosystem this Fall; Jason O'Grady on the reasons behind Apple choosing iTunes Radio model over streaming of their vast catalog; Macworld UK lists what developers think of OS X Mavericks from a power user perspective; Mactuts+ illustrates ins and outs of configuring your Mac for easy remote support; Macworld explains Safari for newbies; what is the most frustrating change in Mavericks?; transferring of apps between developers no longer difficult process thanks to iTunes Connect; what is Apple's share of the e-book market? Bigger than you think says AllThingsD, about 20%; App Advice points to Apple's new "impressive" Making A Difference videos; BMI apparently set to sue Pandora over licensing fees; down in our Hardware/Software section Reuters cites sources that believe bigger iPhones with multiple colors are a reality, larger screens in 4.7, 5.7 inch sizes, said to be available in August; Apple applies for patents covering a new tablet cover, wearable computer, among others; Macworld UK reviews the new MacBook Air, says battery life is "amazing"; Fortune's JP Mangalindan's hands-on leaves him concluding this might just be "the ultimate thin-and-light laptop"; more reviews of iOS 7 features from iLounge, Macworld, Electronista, iDownload Blog; and are you ready for Plants vs. Zombies 2? Reviews from Mashable, T3; Macworld takes you through the steps to make your iPad kid-friendly; ReadWrite breaks down all app designers need to know about iOS 7 changes; CNET's Maggie Reardon attempts to answer reader questions on whether or not iOS 7 will make an older iPhone feel like a new one; Nilay Patel at The Verge argues that bravado from Apple's Phil Schiller actually "clouds the company's real challenges".
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