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How to Enable Highest Quality Music Streaming Over Cellular on iPhone

Audiophiles who want to listen to the highest quality audio streaming from Apple Music and iTunes Radio from the Music app when on the go can enable an optional high quality streaming option in iOS Music settings. While this improves the sound quality and bitrate of the songs you listen to over cellular connections, the … Read More

Trade in your old Apple gadgets. We pay the highest prices

If you just got a new iPad or iPhone and are wondering what to do with your old one, you should think about trading it in. We recently launched a gadget buyback program that promises to pay more for used and broken Apple devices than Gazelle, Walmart and even Apple itself. Cult of Mac’s buyback […]

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Trade in your old Apple gadgets. We pay the highest prices

If you just got a new iPad or iPhone and are wondering what to do with your old one, you should think about trading it in. We recently launched a gadget buyback program that promises to pay more for used and broken Apple devices than Gazelle, Walmart and even Apple itself. Cult of Mac’s buyback […]

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Ready to trade in your old phone? Meet the folks behind our gadget buyback (highest prices, btw)

We recently launched a gadget buyback program that promises to pay more for used and broken Apple devices than Gazelle, Walmart and even Apple itself. This post is about the startup company we partnered with to bring you this service. A college friend who bought a new phone and was about to trash a defunct […]

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Apple takes security to highest level for Sept. 9 event

With less than 24 hours to go, security precautions for Apple’s big press event Tuesday have been taken to unprecedented levels. Apple has wired the entire event auditorium — the Flint Center for the Performing Arts — with a brand…

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iWatch could cost as much as $400 for highest end model

Apple could charge an upwards of $ 400 for its highest end iWatch, according to Recode. Apple executives have reportedly “discussed charging around $ 400 for the company’s new wearable device,” although there will also be different models set at lower prices.…

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Good News Pushes Apple Stock to Highest Close in Almost a Year

Apple stock closed at a new 2013 high on Tuesday — rising 2.7 percent (or $ 15) over the course of the day to close at $ 566.32. For those keeping score, that’s the best close Apple’s stock has had since December…

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iOS Is Highest Priority Among Mobile Developers, Says New Developer Economics Report

Blackberry, huh?

Blackberry, huh?

Mobile ecosystems analyst firm, VisionMobile, today released its fourth Developer Economics report. The 2013 report, sponsored by AT&T, Mozilla, and Nokia, looked at developer opinions, charting out which platforms have the highest mindshare among developers as well as which platforms make their devs the most money.

As will be completely unsurprising to those reading this site, iOS leads the platform mindshare among developers, with 48 percent of them  [Read More…]

Tim Cook Named Highest Paid CEO In America

No wonder he’s always smiling.

Despite taking control of Apple just 18 months ago, Tim Cook has been named by CNBC as the highest paid CEO in America. With an average annual compensation of around $ 95 million, Cook beats Oracle’s Larry Ellison and JC Penney’s Ron Johnson to the top spot.

Of course, both Larry Ellison and Ron Johnson are closely tied to Apple. Ellison was a friend of Steve Jobs,  [Read More…]

Apple Gnawing At RIM, While Android Is Ripping Out Chunks But Guess Whose Handset Share Jumped Highest

It seems it�s all RIM can do these days just to hang on to the, well, rim. A new report by Business Insider reveals the same predictable result in last quarter�s round of the Smartphone Wars: Apple�s subscriber base is growing, with Android also growing, but at twice the speed � and mostly at the expense of Blackberry-maker Research In Motion.

The figures show Apple gained 1.4 percent of the U.S.  [Read More…]