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This week on AI: Touch Bar MacBook Pro review, Apple's AR glasses & more

Even without the first Touch Bar-equipped MacBook Pros showing up on doorsteps, it was a busy week in the Apple news sphere, with rumors about augmented reality glasses, OLED iPhones, and Apple possibly crippling Sprint/Verizon models of the iPhone 7.

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Everything you need to know:

  • AppleInsider reviewed the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar > >
  • The 2017 OLED iPhone may have a 5.1- or 5.2-inch display > >
  • Apple may be building its own take on Google Glass > >
  • Sprint/Verizon versions of the iPhone 7 may have deliberately slowed LTE speeds > >
  • Apple is making people affected by the iPhone 6 Plus "touch disease" pay for their repairs > >
  • Services supporting Apple's "TV" app may get a break on App Store revenues > >
  • iPhone call logs are being automatically uploaded to iCloud > >

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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

Review: Apple's late-2016 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

Apple's new high-end OLED 2017 iPhone expected to feature 5.1"-5.2" display

Apple exploring glasses wearable with potential AR technology, report says

Apple accused of throttling iPhone 7 performance on Verizon to match slower speeds on AT&T

Apple activates iPhone 6 Plus repair program to address 'touch disease'

Apple to halve App Store fees for content providers integrated with new 'TV' app, report says

Apple automatically uploading iPhone call logs to iCloud, forensics firm says

Flawed 3rd-party chargers reportedly culprit in Apple's China iPhone 6 investigation

Apple opens up Apple Pay donations to non-profit organizations

'Designed by Apple in California' book released in $200 and $300 editions

Super Mario Run for iPhone coming Dec. 15, unlocked for $9.99

Apple marketing power, inconsistent video purchasing habits confusing Hollywood

Apple dissolves Mac automation management post, Sal Soghoian to leave company

Apple to reportedly integrate AR features into Camera app

Apple announces free Hour of Code workshops between Dec. 5 & 11

Apple exploring the possibility of moving iPhone manufacturing to United States

System Integrity Protection disabled by default on some Touch Bar MacBook Pros