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US Says It May Not Need Apple's Help to Unlock iPhone
www.nytimes.com

The Justice Department said on Monday that it might no longer need Apple's assistance in opening an iPhone used by a gunman in the San Bernardino, Calif., rampage last year, leading to a postponement of a court hearing over the issue and temporarily …

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One year later, Apple's 12-inch MacBook has become my favorite laptop
www.cnet.com

Apple's computer OS is simply better at tasks that benefit a small pick-up-and-play laptop, from instantly (and reliably) waking from sleep to easy app switching through multi-finger touchpad gestures to simple file previews via a tap of the space bar …

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Why Apple's Supposed New, Smaller iPhone Makes Sense
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At a time when bigger is better when it comes to smartphones, Apple appears poised to make a contrarian move on Monday and unveil a new four-inch iPhone. Variously dubbed the iPhone SE or iPhone 6c, the new, less-expensive smartphone could help …

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Can Apple's $1.5bn green bond inspire more environmental investments?
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Apple's $1.5bn green bond, announced last month, will fund several environmental initiatives, including the company's conversion to 100% renewable energy. Photograph: Matthias Schrader/AP …

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Behold the G4 Cube, Apple's most epic computer ever
www.macworld.com

Yes, it's the G4 Cube. Introduced in the year 2000, this computer, which looked so unlike any that had gone before, has in the years since been broadly written off as the worst of Apple's style-over-substance, a silly extravagance, a moment when Apple …

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Apple's iPhone SE announcement: what to expect
www.theverge.com

Of course, it's possible that Apple will introduce the SE above the 5S, selling it alongside the iPhone 6 as an equivalent option for someone who just wants a smaller phone. It sounds like it'll have the same — and in some cases better — specs, after …

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Apple's head software engineer refuses to 'turn back the clock' on iPhone security
www.cnet.com

Federighi's comments are just the latest salvo in the legal battle between Apple and the FBI over requests to decrypt an iPhone belonging to one of the terrorists involved in December's San Bernardino shootings. While the FBI, along with the US …

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Explaining Apple's iPhone Fight With the US Government
www.nytimes.com

The F.B.I. is trying to force Apple to help investigators gain access to an iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook in the December mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif. Bureau officials say that encrypted data in Mr. Farook's phone and its GPS system may …

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Apple's 4-inch iPhone Strategy Could Devastate The Competition
www.forbes.com

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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iPhone: What the 'i' in Apple's handset name stands for
www.independent.co.uk

And it mostly refers to “internet”, though not entirely, and the story of how it got there is slightly more complicated. The naming convention was first introduced with the iMac. Launched in 1998, the computer marked the beginning of the modern Apple.

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