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iPhone 7: The death of the headphone jack might be greatly exaggerated

Most rumors we’ve heard about the iPhone 7 say it’ll be the first Apple smartphone to ship without a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Even the competition is reportedly planning to ditch the standard port in the future, with Intel looking to convince customers to adopt USB Type-C audio. 252 more words

Mobile

Tim Cook: Reports of Apple's Death a 'Huge Overreaction'

Apple CEO Tim Cook believes the negative sentiment around his company lately is overblown.

Speaking with CNBC’s Jim Cramer, Cook defended Apple’s performance after billionaire investor Carl Icahn sold his position in the company. 265 more words

Apple's Plan to Expand In India Has Been Shot Down

Apple had high hopes of selling pre-owned iPhones in India. But those hopes might have been dashed.

The tech giant’s application to sell refurbished iPhones in India has been rejected, an unidentified telecommunications ministry official… 486 more words

Tech

Churchill Downs Debuts New Guest App Ahead of Kentucky Derby

Horse racing’s triple crown series starts again this Saturday as Churchill Downs gets set to host the 142nd annual Kentucky Derby. The race is billed as the “greatest two minutes in sports” and thousands of patrons will be flocking to the famed track in order to not only see the famous race, but have their Mint Juleps as well. 148 more words

Apps

Apple’s Tim Cook Goes On TV With More of the Same

Apple’s stock price is in the dumps. A small drop on Monday marked the eighth consecutive daily loss for the company, the longest such losing streak since 1998, according to CNBC. 28 more words

Business

iPhone SE é homologado pela Anatel e já pode ser vendido no Brasil

A Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações finalmente emitiu o certificado oficial do modelo A1723 do dispositivo, que deve ser fabricado nas instalações da Foxconn em Jundiaí 159 more words

Dish Will Send Someone To Your House To Fix Your Broken iPhone

One of the most annoying things about breaking your phone is having to go somewhere and wait in line to get it fixed. There’s another, unexpected option now for iPhone users who have shattered their device’s screens or need help with a dead battery: satellite provider Dish has launched a new repair service that sends a technician to wherever the customer is. 276 more words