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This week on AI: iOS apps headed to Mac, Apple's iPhone battery controversy, Apple TV back at Amazon & more

Even with many people heading home for Christmas, there was still plenty of Apple news on tap —including rumors of iOS apps coming to the Mac, and the company admitting that it slows down iPhones based on battery performance.




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Everything you need to know:



  • Developers may soon be able to build apps that work on both Macs and iPhones > >
  • Apple acknowledged slowing down iPhones with degraded batteries > >
  • 2019 iPhones could use new battery technology > >
  • The Apple TV is finally back at Amazon > >
  • Future Apple Watches may support EKG readings > >
  • The iPhone X is now available for next-day delivery > >
  • The first iMac Pros are being shipped > >


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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:



Apple's project 'Marzipan' will let iOS apps run on the Mac in 2018 - report

Apple responds to reports of worn batteries forcing iPhone CPU slowdowns

Apple said to be working on new large-capacity battery technology for 2019 iPhones

Apple TV 4K sales resume at Amazon after two-year block

Apple developing advanced EKG heart monitor for future Apple Watch - report

iPhone X available for next-day delivery in the U.S., same-day pickup from most stores

Apple begins shipping first iMac Pro orders

Apple Music, Beats under legal attack over third-party licensing practices

Chinese clothing label sues Apple, says App Store logo breaks copyright

Apple reportedly replaces outgoing India chief with South Asia director

Apple plans first Australian global flagship store in Federation Square, set to open in 2020

Apple revises developer guidelines, restricts 'loot boxes' & amends template-generated app ban

'Sky: Light Awaits' for iPhone, iPad & Apple TV delayed until March 2018

Third iPhone battery lawsuit says Apple used slowdowns to avoid fixing defects