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Apple’s surge into India may have just hit a roadblock

Apple’s plan to grow its market in India by selling imported used iPhones is running into problems. In particular, Apple is being opposed by rival handset makers who worry that letting Apple do this will severely damage initiatives to promote local manufacturing, hurt recycling — and (last but certainly not least) damage their own businesses […]

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4K drone video shows how far Apple’s ‘spaceship’ campus has come

Apple celebrated its 40th birthday on Friday, and what better symbol is there to show Apple’s progress over four decades than a glimpse at the company’s gorgeous, James Bond supervillain-scale HQ? New aerial drone footage offers a 4K tour of how the enormous “spaceship” campus is coming together, complete with stunning comparisons between the site […]

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iPhone SE unboxing: Our first look at Apple’s new tiny dynamo

The iPhone SE finally arrived on my doorstep this morning, and I couldn’t wait to get Apple’s new 4-inch iPhone out of the box. Get our first impressions of the tiny dynamo in Cult of Mac‘s iPhone SE unboxing video below. Apple certainly didn’t think “outside the box” for the iPhone SE’s design — it’s […]

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Apple’s suppliers complain of lower than normal orders for Q2

Tim Cook admitted back in January that Apple’s growth wasn’t going to be at usual stratospheric levels during the first three months of 2016. And, based on a new report, things aren’t likely to pick up too much in the April-June quarter, either. Citing “industry sources,” chip orders placed by Apple to its suppliers are […]

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Apple’s dev edition Safari brings future WebKit to your Mac

You can get a taste of the future of Safari on the Mac today, thanks to the release of the new Safari Technology Preview from Apple that gives regular users and developers an easy way to test new features and improvements that are coming soon to the web browser. The new stand-alone app for OS […]

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FBI cracks San Bernardino iPhone without Apple’s help

The U.S. Department of Justice reportedly plans to remove all legal action against Apple after the FBI found that it was able to successfully hack the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone without assistance from Apple. Apple and the FBI have been fighting a very public legal battle over whether the government can force the iPhone-maker to […]

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Best new cases and accessories for Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad Pro [Reviews]

Ordered yours yet? Following Apple’s “Let us loop you in” keynote earlier this week, the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro is ready for purchase as are loads of new products to go with it. Here’s a quick look at some of the best cases and accessories for your new iPad Pro, either available right now or coming soon. […]

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Small Expectations? Apple’s not aiming high with iPhone SE sales

The iPhone SE may have been one of the big announcements at Apple’s keynote event this week, but despite Apple’s fanfare it seems the company isn’t banking on its 4-inch handset to come close to the kind of sales its bigger brothers make. According to a new report, citing component makers in the iPhone supply chain, […]

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Apple’s full iPhone SE keynote is now on YouTube

If you didn’t have time to watch Apple’s keynote on Monday, you can no relive all the glory anytime you want, now that the company has posted the entire iPhone SE event on YouTube. The 63 minute-long event contains everything from yak-friendly solar farms in China to all the details on the smaller iPad Pro […]

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Apple’s smaller iPad Pro expected to make promising start

Apple plans to ship 4 million of its freshly-announced 9.7-inch iPad Pro, suggesting that sales of the company’s brand new tablet are projected to be promising — although this is unlikely to be the device which turns around Apple’s slowing iPad business. Interestingly, the newly-announced price cut for the iPad Air 2 (which will drop to $ 399 […]

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