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Apple Authorized Reseller Simply Mac closing several locations later this month 
Apple Authorized Reseller Simply Mac, owned by GameStop, will be closing multiple locations in the Untied States later this month. The store mostly operates in areas where Apple Stores aren't easily accessible. Several local news stations have begun reporting the closures. Some reports stated that several Simply Mac locations were closing due to Apple...
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Apple officially ends its iPod nano battery replacement program 
Apple has officially removed its first-generation iPod nano battery replacement program from its website after being available for nearly five years. Several Apple Authorized Service Providers have confirmed that the program has ended, and that you should contact Apple for more information. Likewise, Apple themselves have also confirmed it has...
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Supply chain rumor suggests Apple Pencil 2 will launch alongside iPad Pro this year 
While rumors of a new iPad Pro coming this year has been around for several months now, there has been no speculation surrounding a second generation Apple Pencil. According to sketchy rumors from Chinese social media, Apple Pencil 2 will be launching alongside new iPad Pro models this year. The rumor seems to be based of supply chain sources, however...
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Apple Music gains CBS Sports Radio streaming for paying subscribers 
Apple Music has today added support for CBS Sports Radio stations. This joins the existing CBS Radio News, NBC Sports Radio, and a few others that are available to paying Apple Music subscribers. “The appetite for compelling and hard-to-ignore sports analysis, commentary and fan debate continues to grow across all audio platforms,” said Chris...
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Apple Pay adds a dozen new banks and credit unions in several countries 
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AT&T shuts down its 2G network, making your iPhone 2G unusable on the network 
Noted by The Verge, your original iPhone will no longer work on AT&T's network. The carrier decided that on January 1, 2017 it would begin shutting down its 2G network in order to free up spectrum for new technologies such as 5G. Owners of the iPhone 2G will be unable to receive/send calls or texts, and won't have access to AT&T's data...
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iPhone 8 might possibly support wireless charging
There have been countless reports indicating Apple's plan of introducing wireless charging for the iPhone unit they intend to release this year. Although nothing has been made official yet, there is plenty of reason to believe this is the case. Just recently, a Chinese report by Commercial Times confirmed that the iPhone 8 (or iPhone X) will support...
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Supply chain sources suggest 10.5-inch iPad won't ship until second half of 2017 
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Analyst: iPhone 8 to introduce facial recognition with laser sensor 
Facial and gesture recognition could be the flagship feature of Apple's upcoming iPhone, one analyst believes. Cowen’s Timothy Arcuri (via Business Insider) says that the new iPhone will have a new facing front-facing sensor that will allow for such features. Arcuri corroborates with past rumors stating that e'll see a 5.8-inch model with a...
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Malwarebytes discovers new 'Fruitfly' malware that can infect macOS 
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Former engineer says Tim Cook has turned Apple into a 'boring operations company' 
A former Apple engineer says that Tim Cook has turned Apple ‘from a dynamic change-maker into a boring operations company.’ Specifically, he says that Cook is avoiding conflict between teams, conflict that once led to the creation of the iPhone. This is what Bob Burrough told CNBC. “At Apple in 2007, organizationally it was the wild west,”...
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Apple Music execs talk the future of the service, says it's an 'intersection of all things pop-culture'
Music magazine Complex has published a new interview with Apple Music execs Zane Lowe, Bozoma Saint John, and Larry Jackson. The piece mainly focuses on the first year and a half of Apple Music, but the trio also talk about competition such as Spotify and the future of Apple Music. Jackson and Saint John say that Apple Music isn't just about music....
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