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AAPL: 107.57

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The Apple Music festival in London has been always been a staple of the fall pop music scene, but never has it been more integral to Apple’s operations than this year – when Apple Music is locked in a battle for supremacy among streaming services and Tim Cook is pushing services revenue as a replacement for Apple’s sagging hardware unit sales.

This year’s event will not only be available on Apple’s product lineup but also PCs, and for the first time through the Apple Music App on Android which launched in November of last year. That means a much wider audience. Today, Apple announced the headlining lineup …

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August 15

AAPL: 109.48

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The World Trade Center Apple Store opens tomorrow at noon in Santiago Calatrava‘s Oculus terminal.  But some are getting a sneak peak at the store this evening according to a couple of our tipsters who work in the area.

We first saw building permits 6 months ago on the site which was conceived 2 years ago.  The Oculus store was designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson which also was the design architect for close to 60 Apple Stores worldwide and the six other Apple Stores in Manhattan including SoHo (the first high profile store), Fourteenth Street (Meatpacking District), (iconic cube entrance) Fifth Avenue, Upper West Side, Upper East Side, and Williamsburg (Brooklyn).

Many more close up images from passersby follow:

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August 14

AAPL: 108.18

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The Washington Post this weekend published a very in-depth video/interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook just weeks before Apple is set to unveil its biggest product of the year by far, the iPhone 7. In it, Cook talks about the incredibly important people outside of Apple he turns to for advice at pivotal moments, including Warren Buffett on returning cash to stockholders, Anderson Cooper on coming out, and folks like Bill Clinton and Laurene Powell Jobs on testifying before congress.

He also touches on the future of Apple, such as its Artificial Intelligence and and Augmented/Virtual Reality ambitions… expand full story

9to5toys 

August 1

AAPL: 106.05

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…The most fireproof. Not even scientific

June 30

AAPL: 95.60

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9to5google 

You can say a lot of things about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi but one thing is for certain, she knows how to ignite a shitstorm. According to the leading Democrat in Congress,  Steve Jobs did a nice job putting the iPhone together but the Federal research invented it.

She’s not doing the Democratic Party any favors, that’s for sure.

 

June 3

AAPL: 97.92

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Recently departed (but still friend of the site!) Mark Gurman went on the Jay and Farhad Show podcast this evening and gave his predictions for WWDC 2016 and beyond. Most of the conversation material was either posted previously on 9to5Mac or elsewhere but there were certainly some new “whispers”… expand full story

May 16

AAPL: 93.88

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electrek 

April 25

AAPL: 105.08

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April 4

AAPL: 111.12

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March 12

AAPL: 102.26

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A few months ago we teamed up with two of the leaders in the iPhone/iPad/tech repair business iFixyouri and Myphones Unlimited to help you guys fix or get big bucks for your old or broken devices. We’ve got solid feedback and have some offers to provide today. For getting cash, we can get you an additional $10 on cash back by using code “marchmadness“. It will add $10 across the board on all items to an already high cash back bounty. It obviously won’t work on non-value/recycled items however. But that’s an extra $10-er in your pocket and the code is valid through the end of March and is a great way to get some cash to buy stuff unveiled for Apple’s March event.

As for repairs, I’ve successfully used iFixyouri many times in the past but I thought I’d put together a quick video or 3 on what the process is like:

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February 28

AAPL: 96.91

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[Ed. Note: This is a guest post by developer Steven Troughton-Smith. You can follow him on Twitter @stroughtonsmith.]

I don’t often do this, but this year I think it’s important; Apple is more open & receptive to feedback today than it ever has been. With iOS 9 and iPad Pro, iOS has made a tremendous leap in the past year on iPad. With that in mind, I wanted to note down all the things in my head that I really want to see the iOS computing platform grow to cover.

What follows is an unordered list of things I’d like to see from Apple over the next few years, starting with the easy & obvious things upfront. Most of these have Radars filed against them, but since they’re more often than not dupes of existing Radars I won’t post the numbers here. Most of this is about iOS, but not all – I’ll say upfront that I don’t think OS X has a future with the way it’s going currently, and has been running on fumes for most of iOS’ lifetime. Even if you disagree with where I’m coming from, perhaps there’s still something for you here.

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9to5toys 

December 25, 2015

AAPL: 108.03

-0.58
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December 20, 2015

AAPL: 106.03

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November 12, 2015

Post to the community

Some people have too much time/money

9to5google 

November 6, 2015

AAPL: 121.06

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October 10, 2015

Post to the community

September 15, 2015

AAPL: 115.31

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From 9to5Toys Specials:

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The Mega Mac 2015 Bundle includes 15 great apps, and 9to5Toys Specials has it for $25 after using coupon code 9to5bundle at checkout to receive an additional $5 off.

The quality in this bundle is superb, with apps such as Autodesk’s photo editor Pixlr Pro, and data recovery app Disk Drill Pro, leading the way. Sticky Password stores your logins securely, and Spotdox offers remote access to documents on your Mac. There is more photography styling available through HDR Darkroom and Deep Dreamer, while Fetching saves your browser history to create a searchable library of visited sites. You can also tackle your inbox with Kiwi for Gmail and Email Archiver Pro, upgrade from TextEdit with FoldingText, and get the latest news on your desktop via Breaking for Mac. Commander One PRO offers fast app switching, and Macbooster keeps your Mac running smoothly, while My Net and PrivacyScan maintain security. The full 95% off list/priceguide can be found below or on Specials: expand full story

electrek 

August 6, 2015

AAPL: 115.13

0.25
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