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Friday July 29, 2016
Apple Watch Sales Down 55 Percent from Last Year
The good news is that most of the people who buy the Apple Watch like it. The bad news is that not as many are buying the device as last year. In fact, Q2 2016 Apple Watch sales were down 55% year over year.

Roundup of New Smartphone News, Rumors and Speculation
Seldom does a week go by without news, rumors and speculation about new phones, but this week was especially busy with chatter about potential new devices from Apple, Motorola and Samsung.

Apple Show 'Planet of the Apps' Seeks Developers To Compete
Tech giant Apple's first crack at original programming will be a reality series called "Planet of the Apps," and it's looking for stars: developers who want exposure for their apps and a chance to win investors.

Apple's Mac No Longer Bucking PC Industry's Sales Slide
After defying industry trends in recent years, Apple is feeling the slowdown in global purchases of laptop and desktop computers, reporting a dip in Mac unit sales since the end of last year.

Apple Releases iOS 10 and macOS Sierra in Public Beta
iPhone and Mac fans who want to test out Apple's latest operating systems can now download the public beta versions of both iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, which have just been released.

Apple Music's Latest Plan To Defeat Spotify: Tidal Exclusives?
iPhone maker Apple is reportedly in discussions to acquire Tidal, a deal that would combine rivals emerging from choppy starts and create a more considerable foe for Spotify, a competitor to both.

What Do iOS 10 and macOS Sierra Mean for Apple Users?
Apple executives have shared plenty of details for devs about the coming operating system updates for iPhones, Macs and other devices. But what will iOS and macOS Sierra mean for Apple users?

Apple May Save Big iPhone Changes for Next Year
If predictions are accurate, the advancements in the iPhone 7, the next iteration of Apple's iPhone due this fall, should be modest. However, the new features for the 2017 iPhone could be much more dramatic.

E-Book Lover? Check Your Amazon Account
Ticketmaster isn't the only site giving you freebies. Thanks to a class-action lawsuit, Apple is paying for Amazon account credit for people who bought certain e-books between April 2010 and May 2012.



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