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This week on AI: No more 16GB iPhones, iOS 10 & macOS Sierra betas & more

Even with summer doldrums in full effect, there was still plenty of news to go around —including the first public betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, and word that Apple is finally ditching 16 gigabyte iPhones.




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Everything you need to know:



  • Apple is allegedly doubling minimum iPhone storage to 32 gigabytes > >
  • The first public betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra are out > >
  • Apple is opening an iOS App Development Center in Italy > >
  • A second hacker pleaded guilty to hacking celebrity iCloud and Gmail accounts > >
  • iOS 10's Health app will let people regsiter as organ donors > >
  • New Mac malware is in the wild > >
  • Apple Pay launched in Switzerland > >


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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:



Apple will double 'iPhone 7' minimum storage to 32GB - report

Apple releases first public betas of iOS 10, macOS Sierra

Apple to open iOS App Development Center in Italy this October

Second hacker pleads guilty to role in celebrity iCloud, Gmail phishing scheme

Apple will promote enrollment in national organ donor registry via iOS 10 Health app

New Mac malware can remotely access FaceTime camera, but macOS Gatekeeper users are protected

Apple's iPhone dips to fifth place in Chinese smartphone market

Apple joins wide array of tech companies in fight to kill EU's 'Cookie Law'

Apple's Tim Cook & Eddy Cue return to annual Sun Valley retreat

Apple Pay launches in Switzerland with Visa and Mastercard support

Another Mac-specific malware pops up, but Apple's Gatekeeper still prevents infection

Apple's use of web carousels target of new patent lawsuit

Apple CEO Tim Cook calls for racial equality in light of US shooting deaths