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Tuesday June 28, 2016
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.

Apple iPhones Violated Chinese Firm's Patents, Beijing Bureau Rules
Beijing's patent regulator has ordered tech giant Apple to stop selling its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the city because their design too closely resembles that of a Chinese phone.

Smartwatches Are Getting Smarter, Though Not Quickly Enough
Apple and Android smart-watches are getting better as their makers sand off the rough edges that frustrated many early adopters. But the improvements are just small steps in a long journey.

Apple To Deactivate Flash in Next Version of Safari
Safari 10, the latest version of Safari due out this fall, will arrive on users’ Macs with Flash deactivated by default, according to a blog post by a member of Apple’s Safari development team.

Meet the New 'Simpler, Clearer' Apple Music Interface
The year-old Apple Music service's 15 million users will soon wake up to a dramatically different layout for the streaming service, with a streamlined interface and several new features.

Apple WWDC: Developer Conference Keynote Brings Big Promises
The next update to Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 10, will be "the mother of all releases," CEO Tim Cook said during the kickoff keynote at the firm's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco.

Apple To Start Showing Ads in App Store
Tech giant Apple says that it will start showing paid ads when people search for apps in its popular mobile store, hoping to make more money for itself as well as software developers.

Caltech Files Lawsuit Against Apple and Broadcom Over W-Fi Patents
A lawsuit filed recently in U.S. District Court in California alleges that Apple, Broadcom and Avago Technologies, a Broadcom subsidiary, have infringed on several Caltech Wi-Fi-related patents.



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