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Apple Cracks Down on Apps Sharing Information on Users’ Contacts

Apple changed its App Store rules last week to limit how developers obtain, use and share information about iPhone owners’ friends and other contacts. The move cracks down on a years-long practice. Developers

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2019 iPhone Models to Support USB-C Fast Charging: Report

Apple is said to unveil three iPhone variants this year, and leaks point at a budget 6.1-inch device with a LCD display and no 3D Touch. Another variant is expected to be the iPhone

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iPhone X Plus Schematics Leak Suggests Triple Camera Lens

Apple is said to unveil three iPhone variants this year, and leaks point at a budget 6.1-inch device with no OLED display and no 3D Touch. Another variant is expected to be the iPhone

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Russia Asks Apple to Help Block Telegram

Russia’s communications watchdog said Monday it had requested Apple help it block the popular messaging app Telegram which has been banned in the country for refusing to give the security services access to private

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Apple Sees Decline in China Smartphone Shipments, Oppo Leads: IDC

Corporation (IDC) has revealed. According to IDC’s Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker report, Apple dropped from 58.4 million iPhones in 2015 and Xiaomi from 64 million Mi phones, drops of 23

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Apple edges past Xiaomi to grab No. 6 spot in India’s top 30 cities

Apple, which was upstaged by Xiaomi in the world’s largest smartphone market China last year, has struck back in the world’s fastest-growing market. The maker of the iconic iPhone has

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iPhone encryption: Turing Award winners side with Apple in fight against FBI

This year’s $1-million AM Turing Award goes to a pair of cryptographers whose ideas helped make internet commerce possible, and who now argue that giving governments a “back door” into

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Apple should not try making a car on its own

US technology giant Apple should collaborate with carmakers to make avehicle and use the expertise already available rather than attempt to do it on its own, Fiat Chrysler chief executive

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iPhone encryption: Privacy groups urge US judge to support Apple

Digital privacy advocates have called on a US federal judge to approve Apple Inc’srequest not to be compelled to build software to help the FBI unlock an iPhone used by

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Apple’s new San Francisco office could be a tool in tech talent wars

From Apple’s earliest days, executives insisted that employees work from its headquarters in sleepy suburban Cupertino. The thinking, championed by Steve Jobs, was that a centralized campus would put the CEO

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