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A rear chassis piece of the 2019 iPhone was leaked in a Chinese social network named Weibo. It was later then shared by Ben Weskin on Twitter, and there’s lots of markings that draws upon a clue that there’s going to be new characteristics for the new iPhone. Here’s what we know.
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Apple quietly decreased the price of HomePod in their online store. Their price was $349, but as of today, it’s $299. Here’s what we know about the price change.
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A class-action lawsuit has been filed by a New Jersey woman named Gina Priano-Keyser. She brought a gold aluminum Apple Watch Series 3 in October 2017 and accused Apple of swollen Apple Watch batteries last July. Here’s what we know about this.
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A man in Georgia named Kwamaine Jerell Ford to plead guilty today for hacking Apple IDs of professional athletes and famous rappers. He stole sensitive information and credit card information from these people, and he got caught for doing this. Here’s what we know so far about this security breach.
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Early this morning, Apple silently refreshed its online store and released a refreshed iPad mini alongside the mid-range iPad Air. Here’s everything we know about the refreshed iPad mini.
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Apple has officially announced dates for its annual World Wide Developers Conference. The event will take place McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California, from June 3rd to the 7th. We expect to see updates to iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, and the slight possibility of a Mac Pro preview.
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Apple’s Enterprise Developer Program has been making headlines recently, most notably with both Facebook and Google deploying “research” apps that violate Apple’s Privacy agreement. Now, Apple has begun cracking down on “pirates” within the program who deploy “hacked” versions of popular apps like ad-free Spotify, Pokémon Go, and more.
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