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New iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch Launch Moved to Week of March 21
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Apple has moved back the date for its big reveal of the next iPhone and iPad, according to industry insiders. The launch is now expected to be March 22, one day before Apple is due in court to answer a motion to comply with the FBI in unlocking an …

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Apple lawyer says helping FBI break into iPhone will lead to more crime
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Bruce Sewell, Apple's general counsel, will warn legislators on the House judiciary committee that the 16 February court order on Apple to help the FBI break into the iPhone will create a digital vulnerability that jeopardises another US government …

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iPhone SE Photos Confirm Two Worst Features
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As I already discussed in detail, Apple AAPL +0.13% is getting a lot right with the upcoming 4-inch 'iPhone SE'. But now new photos of a phone which combines the power of an iPhone 6S with the portability of an iPhone 5S, have confirmed two …

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Report: New iPhone could debut March 21
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SAN MATEO, Calif. — A new, small-screen iPhone and new iPad are reportedly coming March 21, the day before Apple is scheduled to joust with the federal government over its request to crack the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists.

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Apple's 4-inch iPhone Strategy Could Devastate The Competition
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The latest leak on Apple's upcoming 4-inch iPhone suggests Apple might be ready to deliver a two-punch combo to competitors by rolling out not only the new iPhone SE but also keeping the 5s alive. What does that do? Well, if what KGI Securities Ming …

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Is this the name of the next iPhone?
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Since January, rumors of a new iPhone 5S-like device have been widely reported, but it was unclear how the technology giant could shoehorn it between the iPhone 6S and highly anticipated iPhone 7 campaigns. The solution, 9to5Mac reports, is a special, …

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Apple Goes to Court, and FBI Presses Congress to Settle iPhone Privacy Fight
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SAN FRANCISCO — The legal wrangling over a federal court order requiring Apple to help law enforcement break into an iPhone intensified Thursday, with the company filing its formal response and asking the court to drop its demand.

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Tim Cook: Unlocking iPhone 'bad for America'
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Reviews of Apple CEO Tim Cook's performance in his first television interview since a battle broke out between his company and the FBI were mixed. The split mirrors the divide over whether the tech giant should comply with a court order to help the …

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The iPad Pro should have been called the iPad Plus
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It has put my iPad Air 2 to shame to the point where I wasn't sad to part with the smaller iPad. But at the end of that post I also mentioned that Apple had goofed by naming it the iPad Pro, it should have been called the iPad Plus. And I want to …

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Exclusive: Apple CEO Tim Cook Says iPhone-Cracking Software 'Equivalent of Cancer'
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In an exclusive interview with ABC News today, Apple CEO Tim Cook told "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir that what the U.S. government was asking of the tech giant — to essentially create software enabling the FBI to unlock an iPhone used by one …

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