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The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus may look just like last year's iPhones, but hardware updates and Apple's new 3D Touch feature make them feel completely new. While the new cameras and 4K video recording may get the...

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FBI investigators were able to unlock the San Bernardino gunman's iPhone without help from Apple.

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Apple made an official statement that it considered buying Imagination Technologies, but it has made no offer so far.

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The Apple TV allows you to stream various kinds of media, such as movies and music, to your television. You can even use it to access your Netflix...

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Palo Alto Networks security researchers found a new iOS malware family that can infect non-jailbroken iOS devices without enterprise certificates.

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Apple attacked many of the U.S. Justice Department's accusations in its latest Court filing as being misleading or inaccurate.

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Apple sent out a message stating that some AC wall plug adapters, specifically those destined for use in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, New Zealand, South Korea and Continental Europe may be defective and could...

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Apple announced that it will update its entire line of iMac desktops with new high-resolution Retina displays and faster internal hardware. The iMacs will also receive a number of other upgrades to improve the...

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The A9 SoC inside the iPhone 6s comes from two different vendors—Samsung and TSMC—using two different FinFET processes—14nm and 16nm, respectively. We test both versions to see if there’s any power or...

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Apple revealed that OS X El Capitan, the latest major release for Mac OS, will be available tomorrow as a free update.

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Apple set a release date for WatchOS 2 and introduced new features and peripherals for its latest version of Apple TV.

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Apple unveiled its latest iPhones, the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus, which feature the new 3D Touch gestures and the ability to shoot 4K video.

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It's been some time now since the last revision to Apple's iconic iPod touch. The fifth generation launched in 2012 and it has gone largely unchanged since then. Today, Apple announced a revised iPod touch with...

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Apple's latest event featured updates to OS X, iOS, and WatchOS, as well as the introduction of its new music service called Apple Music.

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Beats Pill XL owners might need to stop using the speakers due to an Apple recall that states that batteries overheat and pose a fire risk.

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Apple released its iMac with a 5K display and also updated its 15-inch MacBook Pro with AMD's next generation GPU.

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This device will add two USB Type-C ports, three USB Type-A ports, an SDXC card reader and more to your new MacBook.

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Bloomberg reported that Nokia is auctioning off its HERE Maps division and is expecting to receive at least $3.2 billion for it. The main bidding candidates seem to be Apple, Amazon and Alibaba.

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Bloomberg reported that Nokia is auctioning off its HERE Maps division and is expecting to receive at least $3.2 billion for it. The main bidding candidates seem to be Apple, Amazon and Alibaba.

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Starting Friday April 10, you will be able to pre-order your own Apple Watch. Unlike with previous product releases however, you won't be lining up outside the store for days to be the first to receive the new...

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Bloomberg reported that Apple will use Samsung's foundry after all to build its A9-series chips.

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Apple chose the embedded Secure Element to safeguard the security of people's credit card numbers, while Google and Microsoft seem to be focused on using Host Card Emulation. The question is, which option is...

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