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Feb 05, 2016 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 94.02 (-2.58, -2.67%) | NASDAQ: 4363.14 (-146.42, -3.25%)

Tag: iPhone

  1. Apple begins offering trade-in credit for damaged iPhones

    Apple Inc. has begun offering trade-in credit for damaged iPhones, a strategy that could encourage people to buy a newer model…

  2. Apple possibly working with Energous on extended range wireless charging for future iPhones

    Amid rumors that Apple is working on extended range wireless charging capabilities for future iPhones…

  3. Peak iPhone? Puleeze. We haven’t even seen peak Mac!

    Assuming that Apple doesn’t exceed its own guidance for the March quarter…

  4. ‘Error 53’ fury mounts as Apple software update kills some iPhones ‘fixed’ by non-Apple repair shops

    Thousands of iPhone 6 users claim they have been left holding almost worthless phones…

  5. Apple launching new broken iPhone upgrade, screen protector installation programs

    An upgraded iPhone trade-in program for iPhones with damaged screens, cameras, or buttons…

  6. Apple iPhone: Going smaller can be a big move

    I’ve been talking about Apple launching a new smaller screen iPhone for quite a while…

  7. Apple discourages Supreme Court from hearing Samsung patent petition, calls case ‘legally unexceptional’

    Apple this week attempted to dissuade the U.S. Supreme Court from hearing Samsung’s request for review…

  8. Why is Apple Music supporting Android and microSD external storage?

    Last year saw Apple take its streaming music service to Android…

  9. Apple hit with $626 million damages in VirnetX patent case

    A jury in Texas has decided Apple must pay US$626 million for infringing four patents held by a Nevada-based patent licensing company…

  10. iPhone 7 leak reveals significant design changes

    Apple is taking a big gamble with the iPhone 7…

  11. Android’s weakness continues to undermine Google

    Android is a BlackBerry clone that was hastily rejiggered to mimic iPhone at the last minute. Obviously, mistakes were made and corners were cut…

  12. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer gets a chance to make one last stand

    For Mayer’s part, it is admirable that she fought to stick around and take one more shot…

  13. Yahoo to lay off 15% of staff, close five offices, explore non-strategic asset sales

    Yahoo Inc Chief Executive Marissa Mayer is set to reveal cost-cutting plans…

  14. Google is suffering from a raging case of Apple iPhone envy

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai and his lieutenants have signaled to colleagues and outsiders that the company wants…

  15. Why U.S. FBI director James Comey needn’t worry about encryption

    When Silicon Valley closes a door for spies, it opens a window…

  16. Study names the fastest wireless carrier in the U.S.

    You’re sitting in a coffee shop, your eyeballs glued to the phone…

  17. How to follow the 2016 U.S. presidential election from iPhone, iPad, and Mac

    Here are a few helpful tips for keeping up with the whole election season using your iPhone, iPad, or Mac…

  18. Apple granted patent for multi-touch sensor detection and future hover feature

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 35 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today…

  19. Dallas dad found not guilty for confiscating daughter’s iPhone

    A Dallas County jury found a father not guilty Tuesday of theft for taking away his daughter’s cell phone as punishment…

  20. Why Apple CEO Cook is talking about the dollar and the yuan

    Apple’s anemic 2% revenue growth in the December quarter would have been more like 8% it hadn’t been for currency headwinds…

  21. Is Apple losing its touch? Don’t count on it

    Three years ago, Apple was in a real bind, or so you would have thought…

  22. Microsoft’s Windows Phone is Zuned

    With a lack of hardware, lack of sales, and less than 2 percent market share, it’s time to call it: Windows Phone is dead…

  23. Killing the headphone jack could really pay off for Apple

    It’s not going to be hard for Tim Cook to come on stage later in the year and tell everyone that he’s killing the headphone jack…

  24. Apple and the coming tech apocalypse

    Years from now will we look back and see 2016 as the start of the Great Technology Apocalypse?

  25. Apple’s Project Titan hits a major speed bump

    All is not necessarily well in Cupertino these days…

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