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This week on AI: Apple's Supreme Court loss, AirPods delay exposed, in-theaters iTunes rentals & more

The big news of the week, of course, was Apple's defeat at the U.S. Supreme Court, but some other highlights included the reason AirPods have yet to ship, and rumors that people may soon be able to rent movies on iTunes while they're still in theaters.

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Everything you need to know:

  • The Supreme Court sided with Samsung in its challenge over damage payments > >
  • Apple wants to put theatrical movies up for rent on iTunes —at extra cost > >
  • Apple can't figure out how to sync audio between AirPods > >
  • Single sign-on is now available for iOS devices and the Apple TV > >
  • Apple will have to pay $450,000 for mishandling e-waste > >
  • A wind power deal will bring clean power to Chinese suppliers > >
  • Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn could expand in the U.S. > >

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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

Supreme Court sides with Samsung over Apple, says payments shouldn't cover whole device profits

Apple pushes for iTunes rentals of movies still on big screen

Apple having trouble syncing audio between wireless AirPods - report

Apple single sign-on feature goes live with support from 9 pay TV providers

Apple agrees to pay $450K to settle charges of mishandling e-waste in California

Apple signs deal with wind turbine maker Goldwind to bring clean power to suppliers

UK police turn to stealing in-use iPhones from suspects on the street, bypassing encryption

Burglars ram SUV into Palo Alto Apple store in smash-and-grab raid

Tim Cook refutes negative IDC Apple Watch report, says early holiday sales set new record

Impending iOS update to help diagnose additional iPhone battery shutdowns

Apple AI researchers gagged no more, now allowed to publish and confer with colleagues

Shanghai consumer agency reports spontaneous iPhone 6 fires, Apple refutes claim

Apple Music surpasses 20M subscribers after 17 months of service

Apple assembly partner Foxconn plans US expansion