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Saturday October 10, 2015
Apple Pay To Begin Rolling Out to Starbucks, KFC, Chili's Soon
Nearly a year after its debut, Apple Pay could see a boost in usership with the addition of Starbucks to the roster of retailers that support Apple's payment system. Starbucks will pilot the service later this year.

Harry Potter E-Books Come to Life in New Apple Edition
You don't need to be a wizard to see the "Harry Potter" books come to life. The seven books are getting a makeover with over 200 new illustrations in enhanced e-books made for Apple devices.

New Malware Targeting iOS Devices, Even Non-Jailbroken Ones
If you thought having a locked iPhone and only buying apps approved for the Apple App Store kept your device safe, think again. New malware named YiSpecter can infect even non-jailbroken devices.

Apple iOS 9 Update Fixes Lock Screen Security Flaw
Not too long ago, Apple released iOS 9, the latest version of its mobile device operating system. Now, the company has released an update that fixes some flaws, including a lock screen exploit.

CEO Tim Cook Says Apple Is Eyeing the Enterprise Market
Can Apple find the same success in the enterprise market as it has in the consumer market? If recent results and the confidence of its CEO, Tim Cook, are any indication, maybe it can.

Six Noteworthy Features in Mac System Update
The name of Apple's new Mac operating system says a lot about what to expect. "El Capitan" won't offer dramatic changes, but refinements and enhancements to the current Mac system.

New iPhone 6s Impresses Buyers But Not Wall Street
The iPhone's ability to draw crowds of eager buyers is undiminished, as sales of two new versions illustrated their first three days on the market, but the smartphone giant is less able to impress investors.

Apple Revamps Privacy Policy Web Site
The latest updates to Apple's privacy policy Web pages reflect the challenge it faces as its software and devices become ever "smarter": How to provide better customer service without being "creepy."

Amazon's Fire HD Tablets Likely No Threat to iPad
Hitting the market tomorrow, Amazon is billing its new Fire HD tablets as lighter and more durable than Apple's much more expensive iPad Air. But Amazon probably doesn't have iPad killers on its hands.



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