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Here are some of the lowest prices ever on Apple's 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, with new deals just added

Wednesday June 20, 2018

As we reported earlier this month, supplies of Apple's Late 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro are dwindling, thanks to aggressive bargains on a variety of models. However, B&H just launched new discounts on remaining inventory with savings of up to $1,600 off loaded models -- the lowest prices ever -- and the deals are available exclusively at AppleInsider.

Apple retail head Ahrendts talks demise of retail, 'human business' at Cannes Lions

Wednesday June 20, 2018

Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts spoke at the ongoing Cannes Lions festival in France on Wednesday, interviewed by the company's own VP of marketing communications, Tor Myhren.

Apple Pay debuts in Norway for Santander and Nordea customers

Wednesday June 20, 2018

A day after Apple Pay went live in Poland, Apple on Wednesday activated its mobile payments service in Norway with initial support from Santander Consumer Finance and Nordea.

Everything new in watchOS 5 beta 2: Walkie Talkie feature now active

Tuesday June 19, 2018

The second watchOS 5 beta includes a few notable additions to the Apple Watch operating system, the most important being a functioning Walkie Talkie app.

Everything new in iOS 12 beta 2 for iPhone and iPad

Tuesday June 19, 2018

Apple with the second beta release of iOS 12 further tuned its upcoming operating system with a number of system-wide tweaks and refinements. AppleInsider details everything new in our hands-on video.

Sprint, T-Mobile merger will generate 5G powerhouse, cut costs for users

Tuesday June 19, 2018

T-Mobile and Sprint claim that the "New T-Mobile" will bring 5G faster to the American people, and a host of other benefits to consumers.

Apple rolls out second developer betas for iOS 12, tvOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5

Tuesday June 19, 2018

Apple has released its second developer betas of three milestone operating system versions, with new builds of iOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12 now available for testing ahead of their expected release this fall.

Everything new in tvOS 12: Over 20 new features for Apple TV

Tuesday June 19, 2018

During WWDC 2018, Apple devoted a bit of screentime to tvOS 12, but not nearly as much as the others. AppleInsider dives in and find over 20 new features and changes coming to the Apple TV.

Last call: Apple's loaded 1TB 15" MacBook Pro for $2,299, plus 100s of other deals

Tuesday June 19, 2018

For two days only, B&H is slashing prices on hardware and accessories during its Mega DealZone event. Pick up Apple's top-of-the-line Late 2016 15" MacBook Pro with a 1TB SSD and Radeon 460 graphics for just $2,299, a discount of $1,200 off with no tax collected in most states. Plus, check out hundreds of other deals, including offers available only at AppleInsider.

Starbucks bought 23,000 iPads for racial bias training day

Tuesday June 19, 2018

The coffee giant, which closed all of its stores for an afternoon last month, bought multiple iPads for each of its more than 8,000 U.S. stores, and will use the devices for future training.

Cook celebrates campus expansion in Ireland, where Apple's team has doubled in size

Tuesday June 19, 2018

Apple CEO Tim Cook made an appearance at the company's European headquarters in Cork, Ireland on Tuesday, officially opening an campus expansion even as the country has been a source of legal and financial headaches.

Adobe takes on iMovie with Project Rush, a powerful cross-device video editing app for creators

Tuesday June 19, 2018

Adobe is making a play for social media influencers, online content creators (read YouTubers) and tech savvy consumers with a new cross-platform video production tool that bundles the firm's powerful video editing technology with an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop interface.

Premium 2018 'iPhone X Plus' expected to be just as popular as iPhone X

Tuesday June 19, 2018

Yet another supply chain source has chimed in on the 2018 iPhone release lineup, with it claiming that based on component orders, the 6.5-inch OLED 'iPhone X Plus' expected in the fall will hold the lion's share of sales.

Apple Pay debuts in Poland with support for 8 banks

Tuesday June 19, 2018

As promised in May, Apple on Tuesday flipped the switch on Apple Pay in Poland with eight regional banks, introducing the digital payments standard to a market well accustomed to mobile payments.

Flaw in macOS 'Quick Look' could reveal encrypted data

Monday June 18, 2018

Quick Look is a marquee feature Mac users rely on to easily preview files without opening a dedicated app, but the years-old tool could potentially reveal sensitive information on encrypted drives.

Australia fines Apple $6.7 million over misleading 'Error 53' repair practices

Monday June 18, 2018

A court in Australia has fined the company for misleading iPhone and iPad owners over whether or not they were allowed to repair their devices.

Purported next-gen iPhone mockups compared against iPhone X in video comparison

Monday June 18, 2018

Hot on the heels of a supposed schematic leak detailing Apple's next-generation iPhone lineup, a report on Monday compares 3D printed mockups of the purported 2018 handsets with existing iPhone X hardware.

Trump administration promised Cook no iPhone tariffs

Monday June 18, 2018

Apple's CEO has emerged as a major diplomatic voice for the tech world, seeking to calm relations between the U.S. and China, a new report says.

Apple issues third macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 beta to developers

Monday June 18, 2018

Apple on Monday seeded a third beta version of the upcoming macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 to developers for testing, though the company failed to detail feature upgrades in release notes provided with software.

25 years ago, Apple's board of directors pushed out CEO John Sculley

Monday June 18, 2018

The CEO who famously won a power struggle with Steve Jobs in 1985 surrendered the chief executive position a quarter-century ago, placing the executive in a unique, strange purgatory.