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Why does Apple keep making the Mac?

TechRadar - ‎8 hours ago‎
The Mac mini, the cheapest computer Apple sells, is beautifully tiny, while the iMac has a presence that can be genuinely felt, thanks to a distinctive design that has adorned the desks of almost every film set ever.
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Seattle law firm files first lawsuit against Apple over iPhone 'error 53'

The Guardian - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
Apple has faced a consumer backlash since the Guardian revealed how thousands of iPhone 6 users had been left with permanently disabled handsets after installing the latest iOS software.
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iPhone 5SE Release Date, Apple Gets Aggressive

Forbes - ‎10 hours ago‎
Mark Gurman reports that the iPhone 5SE will go on sale on Friday March 18th, just three days after it is revealed on Tuesday March 15th.
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iPhone 7: Apple lands blow on Samsung ahead of Galaxy S7 launch

The Week UK - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
Samsung is to launch its new iPhone 7-rivalling handset the Galaxy S7 later this month - but Apple has dealt its key competition an early blow, from a business point of view.
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'Apple's bargaining power over Google is weaker than previously thought'

Business Insider - ‎15 hours ago‎
But that "$1 billion" factoid set off a round of speculation about how dependent Google is on Apple for its revenues.

Bits are beating atoms: The Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon shuffle

VentureBeat - ‎7 hours ago‎
Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon have been dubbed the four horsemen of the tech industry. They are the biggest consumer companies and dominate the discussion through new initiatives such as drones and acquisitions such as Oculus.
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Apple About To Make A Push Into India

Forbes - ‎8 hours ago‎
Counterpoint Research estimates that 100 million smartphones were shipped in India last year and that the install base grew to 220 million units, larger than the number in use in the US.
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Apple to replace defective USB-C cables that shipped with some 12-inch MacBooks

Macworld - ‎5 hours ago‎
If you've got a dodgy Apple-branded USB-C cable, you might be able to get a new one for free. On Friday, the company announced a new program to replace the USB-C cables that came with 12-inch MacBooks sold through June 2015.
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Apple Music's three-month trial program paid off, now at 11 million users

TechRadar - ‎16 hours ago‎
Maybe Apple Music's free three-month trial wasn't such a bad idea after all. After a report said that Apple Music had over 10 million paying subscribers last week, today Apple senior vice presidents Craig Federighi and Eddy Cue let it slip that the ...

Apple called out for copyright infringement with 3D Touch - ‎7 hours ago‎
Still, there is always the honest case of being mistreated as a little player on the market and asking for some justice, which is precisely what Immersion out of California claims to be doing with its recent lawsuit against Apple and its Force Touch ...

Apple Watch 2 rumours & wishlist

PC Advisor - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
The Apple Watch may have only started appearing on wrists less than a year ago, but that hasn't stopped the Apple Watch 2 rumour mill from churning. We first set eyes on the original Apple Watch back in September 2014 and we've had plenty of time to ...

Apple's iPhone Profits Will Weed Out Other Players

Forbes - ‎12 hours ago‎
Companies are in the business to make money. While they may stay with a product that is losing money for a while if there is a strategic purpose, at some point in time they typically throw in the towel and stop making ones that lose money.
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Apple Music: Like button vs. add button

CNET - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
When listening to a particularly enjoyable song on Apple Music, two buttons vie for your attention: the heart and the plus sign.
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Apple Loop: New iPhone Hardware Leaked, More Bricked iPhones, Apple Weakens Samsung

Forbes - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week's Apple Loop includes the continued PR silence around the Error 53 issue, new patent details about TouchID, Apple's decision to ignore Samsung, another way to brick your iPhone, sales ...
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Apple Will Update The iPhone's Remote App To Do Everything Apple TV's Own Remote Can

TechCrunch - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
Back in October of 2015, Apple released a long awaited hardware update to the Apple TV - and with it, a shiny new Apple TV remote. You could speak to the remote to issue voice commands (“Siri, play Pitch Perfect 2. Yes, again. Don't judge me, Siri.
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Dr. Dre making Apple's first original TV show: report

Daily Mail - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
The co-founder of Beats Music, which Apple bought nearly two years ago in a deal valued at $3 billion, will star in and produce "Vital Signs," a six-episode series the report described as a semi-autobiographical "dark drama with no shortage of violence ...
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Apple Watch 2 To Launch April: Specs & Rumoured Updates Detailed

Know Your Mobile - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
It's hard to believe that the Apple Watch was first announced almost a year ago even though it didn't go on sale until April of this year.

New Apple headphones release date: Will Apple release Beats-branded Lightning headphones alongside iPhone 7?

Macworld UK - ‎Feb 11, 2016‎
Apple's Beats acquisition and Lightning module announcement lead to speculation about new Apple headphones. We investigate the latest clues to suggest that Apple could launch its own line of Beats-branded Lightning headphones alongside the iPhone 7.
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Apple wants judge to settle the iPhone unlocking case soon - ‎19 hours ago‎
If you recall, for the past few months, Apple and the US Justice Department are battling it out in court over whether the government can force the company to unlock the iPhones the latter is capable of.

Apple's iPod: the best-selling digital music player in history

Financial Times - ‎Feb 12, 2016‎
On October 23 2001, Steve Jobs stood on a stage in California and announced to tech journalists and Apple fans that listening to music would never be the same again.