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Saturday August 1, 2015
Review: Apple Music Has Everything, Perhaps Too Much
The new music service from Apple is a valiant effort to catch up in the emerging business of offering unlimited music on demand for a monthly fee. It does so while acknowledging iTunes' legacy.

Auto Industry Veteran Doug Betts Joins Apple
In another sign that Apple might get into the auto biz, the tech giant has quietly hired a former senior exec from Chrysler. Before Chrysler, Doug Betts worked for Nissan and Toyota.

Apple Rolls Out Second Public Beta of iOS 9 Ahead of Fall Release
Fans of Apple who aren't developers will be able to test drive yet another beta version of iOS 9 ahead of the general release of the OS sometime this fall. Apple has released v2 of the iOS 9 public beta.

Even Apple Loyalists Taking Their Time on Apple Watch
For all those who hailed the iPhone as the "Jesus Phone" in 2007, the Apple Watch's arrival has hardly been the second coming. Many, including hardcore Apple fans, are waiting to take the plunge.

Apple's Outlook, Smartwatch Uncertainty Pressures Nasdaq
When Apple sneezes, the tech-heavy Nasdaq catches a cold. Sniffling from Microsoft and Yahoo probably aren't helping either. The Nasdaq tumbled after the three companies posted their earnings.

Apple Cloud Services Back To Normal after Outage
Multiple Apple iCloud services experienced outages earlier today, knocking out the ability of some customers to access iTunes, Apple Music, the App Store and Apple TV, among others.

Tech Firms Back Samsung in Apple Patent Beef
A group of major tech companies is in Samung's corner as it appeals a court ruling that would require it to pay almost $1 billion in damages to Apple arising from a patent infringement suit.

Apple Updates iPod Touch, Hopes You Care
Remember the iPod? Apple hopes you do. The firm is updating its iPod Touch music player for the first time in nearly three years in an attempt to make the device an essential offering again.

Apple Takes 92 Percent of Smartphone Profits in Q1
Since it released the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Sept., Apple has continued to dominate the smartphone market, taking a whopping 92 percent of the industry's profits in Q1 of this year.



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