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    The New MacBook Finally Goes Pink, Gets Intel Skylake Processors

    Today’s MacBook refresh is a bit of housekeeping for Apple — nothing’s changed except the processors inside and, yes, a pink color option. Technically, it’s rose gold, but to my eyes, the definition of rose gold has been changed quite a bit since last year. Sorry if it doesn’t have that same premium sound to it — […]

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    Rumor is That Samsung Will Have a Hand in the iPhone 7S

    iPhone 7 rumors? Whatever. We’re on those iPhone 7S rumors now, with multiple reports coming out today that the normally frosty relations between Apple and Samsung just got a couple billion dollars warmer. Word is that the two companies, after years of legal battles earlier in the decade, have reached a deal for Apple to […]

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    FBI Breaks Into iPhone Without Apple’s Help

    It would appear the tables have turned in Apple’s legal fight with the FBI over access to the iPhone 5c used by Syed Farook, the deceased gunman of last year’s San Bernardino terrorist attack. The FBI has announced that they have moved to drop the case against Apple after finding their own way into the […]

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    Here Are the Cheapest Ways to Buy an iPhone SE

    Apple’s latest press conference heralded the return of the 4″ premium phone. Bucking rumors, the iPhone SE is an iPhone 6s in a much smaller frame — Force Touch was the only thing left on the cutting room floor. Still, being smaller, the SE was bound to come more cheaply than its larger counterparts. We […]

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    Get The 27-Inch iMac With An Old School Retro Apple Logo

    ColorWare is making a habit out of this retro Apple thing. After customizing the iPhone 6S and the MacBook Air with the old multicolored Apple logo, they’ve now gotten their hands on some 27″ iMacs. And, like before, you’ll want to act quickly if you want one for yourself. ColorWare, best known for letting you […]

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    Apple’s Rough 2016 Continues With Worldwide Safari Glitch

    It’s been a rough start to 2016 for Apple — iPhone sales have slowed drastically, emerging market growth is suddenly looking like less of a sure thing, they’re still not talking about Apple Watch sales, and now Safari is crashing for users around the globe. If you’ve been hit by the Safari issue, there is […]

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    4-Inch iPhone is Coming, Rumored to be Called the iPhone 5se

    Looks like we might have been too presumptive after all — the 4″ phone Apple is said to be preparing for a spring launch might go back a number. The latest rumors from 9to5Mac suggest that the upcoming phone will be called the iPhone 5se, as Apple takes a new approach to offering a somewhat […]

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    Apple Gives the iMac a Hardware Refresh and Force Touch Trackpad

    The iMac is getting its yearly overhaul today, with Apple announcing tweaks to both the 21.5″ and 27″ models along with new versions of their wireless keyboard, mouse, and trackpad. The 27″ iMac will now be powered by 6th generation (Skylake) Intel Core i5/i7 processors, up to 32 GB of DDR3 RAM, up to a […]

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    Millions of Chinese Users Affected by App Store Hack

    When we hear about malicious code in mobile apps, it’s usually from Android apps downloaded from sources other than Google Play, abusing the open source nature of Android while getting around Google’s vetting process. We don’t usually hear these kinds of stories about Apple, which has an iron grip on iOS apps thanks to strict […]

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    6 Things You Need to Know from Apple WWDC 2015

    Apple’s biggest event of the year is happening this week, and while the Worldwide Developers Conference is far from over, the Tim Cook-led keynote went down today. While this year’s keynote lacked the punch of years past — in fairness, the biggest announcements were developer-oriented — there were plenty of announcements that regular Apple users […]

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    iOS and Android Apps Coming to Windows 10

    Unlike Apple and Google, which have come to use their developers conferences as major press events for new announcements, Microsoft’s Build conference more or less kept things strictly about the developers, with a lot of discussion about new coding tools and backend software that shows off Microsoft’s still-formidable behind-the-scenes prowess. But, there was one big […]