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What's next for Apple's iOS?

”With every year comes a new version of iOS and this year will likely be no different,” Chance Miller writes for 9to5Mac.

“In 2017, we should expect iOS 11 to be previewed over the summer with subsequent developer and public betas and a release to the public in the fall,” Miller writes. 113 more words

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9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals revives antitrust lawsuit against Apple

”iPhone app purchasers may sue Apple Inc over allegations that the company monopolized the market for iPhone apps by not allowing users to purchase them outside the App Store, leading to higher prices, a U.S. 371 more words

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P1 vs. P2: How Apple picked what came to be the iPhone

”To understand the iPhone today, and how it has shaped Apple and pushed the world forward, it’s important to have a sense of perspective. A critical part of that is understanding how it all started – where the iPhone of today got its roots,” Sonny Dickson blogs. 265 more words

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UPMC Susquehanna's new surgical center supported by Apple technology

The English proverb, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” is true when related to fruitful health benefits, but not to technology. Doctors and nurses are actually drawn to the Apple (iPad, that is) to assist in treating patients at… 564 more words

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Ended 2016 Without My Phone

Would have enjoyed the last bit of 2016 very much if my phone wasn’t stolen.

There were so many moments worth reminiscing in 2016. Skiing in Sapporo, walking along Bondi Beach, running to be a part of an executive committee and succeeded, … But all these scenarios were recorded in the form of photos/videos/messages on my phone, and without it, it’s as if 2016 had not happened at all. 175 more words

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Apple's hidden Photos feature will blow some minds

”As we leave 2016 behind it’s worth taking a look at one of the features of Apple’s iOS 10 that doesn’t get as much coverage as it should. 197 more words

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Nintendo shares fall after ‘Super Mario Run’ disappoints

”Investors disappointed by early reviews and sales of the smartphone game ‘Super Mario Run’ sold off more Nintendo Co. shares on Monday, with some analysts expressing concern over the game’s payment model,” Takashi Mochizuki reports for The Wall Street Journal. 256 more words

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