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Topic: iPod

Rumor: Apple developing seventh-generation iPod touch, mulling USB-C for next iPhone

01/14/2019, 07:01 pm

Industry scuttlebutt from CES 2019 suggests Apple is looking to market a next-generation iPod touch device to stimulate services revenue from Apple Music and the App Store. Separately, sources claim the company is working to integrate USB-C into a 2019 iPhone model.

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Judge tosses lawsuit against Apple over Meltdown & Spectre vulnerabilities in iPhone & iPad processors

01/04/2019, 03:01 pm

A U.S. District Judge has dismissed a class action lawsuit brought against Apple for its handling of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities in ARM-based processors, which the plaintiffs blamed for slowing down iPhones, iPads, and other products with A-series chips.

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iOS 12 being adopted by iPhone and iPad users at a quicker rate than iOS 11

01/02/2019, 03:01 pm

Released in September, iOS 12 is now on 78 percent of all iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches shipped in the past four years, Apple said in updated stats for developers.

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How to stream the big college football games live on Apple devices

12/27/2018, 01:12 pm

For many Americans, catching up on college football is a tradition during the holidays. Here's how to watch games live on Apple devices, in some cases without footing for an expensive cable bill.

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Five reasons why Apple is ending unit sales reporting of Mac, iPhone, and iPad

11/28/2018, 08:11 am

Unlike any other major consumer electronics company, Apple has long detailed quarterly unit sales along with revenue figures for its major product categories. This initially helped investors get a sense of how many buyers Apple was attracting with its Macs, and later began to reveal to investors how iPod and then iPhone were reaching entirely new audiences. Here's a look at why that's now changing in Apple's Fiscal 2019.

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AirPods, Apple's vertical integration and the future of wearable AR

10/29/2018, 12:10 pm

After the commodity consumer tech industry collectively made a huge, wildly premature series of bets on Virtual Reality headgear, it turned out the most commercially successful new product category in Augmented Reality was an audio device for your ears, rather than a way to superimpose graphics on your vision. Here's what's next for AirPods and why Apple's product development -- and special event introductions -- are so different from others in the industry.

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Apple's iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV are changing the customer experience for the better

10/25/2018, 04:10 pm

Apple's wide array of devices including iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs have become ubiquitous in our homes, but most customer-facing installations still rely on inadequate technology. AppleInsider talks to industry mavens to discuss the present and future of Apple's devices in customer service.

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Third betas of iOS 12.1, tvOS 12.1, and watchOS 5.1 available for developer testing [u]

10/09/2018, 01:10 pm

Apple has provided participants of its developer beta testing program new builds, with the third betas of iOS 12.1, tvOS 12.1, and watchOS 5.1 arriving one day after the latest macOS Mojave beta.

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How Apple Pay beat the odds because of great design

09/09/2018, 02:09 pm

Rivals have fallen away and while it's taken time to be adopted very widely in the US, it's practically ubiquitous overseas. AppleInsider details the uphill battle to bring us Apple Pay, a fight that started on September 9, 2014.

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The free U2 album 'Songs of Innocence' was a debacle for Apple fans on September 9, 2014

09/09/2018, 08:09 am

In a big surprise at its fall event in 2014, Apple presented a free copy of U2 album 'Songs of Innocence' to everyone with an iTunes account -- whether they wanted it or not. AppleInsider looks at how one of the biggest misfires of the Tim Cook era took shape.

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Remembering the radically ever-changing iPod nano

09/07/2018, 07:09 am

The smallest iPod with a screen debuted September 7, 2005, lasting through seven generations until it was discontinued in 2017. A look back at the life of the iPod that changed the most.

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The iPod touch is a worthy end to the iconic music line

09/05/2018, 06:09 am

September 5, 2007 is the day Apple's sole-surviving iPod was launched. Yet for a final device, the iPod touch has persisted and it's also introduced many to iOS. AppleInsider examines its legacy and the surprising number of editions that were made.

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Fix Apple Podcasts's stuttering by moving to an alternative app

09/03/2018, 10:09 am

Go beyond Apple's own player to find new features and options that will particularly help if you listen to a lot of shows. AppleInsider tunes in.

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Apple 'Gather round' 2018 iPhone event scheduled for September 12

08/30/2018, 12:08 pm

Apple has sent out invitations to the "Gather round" event, with it happening on Sept. 12 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time in the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple's new headquarters.

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The road to Steve Jobs' resignation, and the rise of Tim Cook as his successor

08/24/2018, 07:08 am

On August 24, 2011 Apple cofounder Steve Jobs announced his resignation as Apple CEO, six weeks before his death. AppleInsider takes a look back at the controversies and ethical dilemmas of what happened when the CEO got sick and how Tim Cook emerged as his successor.

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What to expect at Apple's September iPhone release event and when it will be

08/20/2018, 12:08 pm

Unless Apple breaks with years of tradition, it is about to reveal the date of its new iPhone launch. AppleInsider pins down when that's most likely to be, plus what you can and shouldn't expect to see there.

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Steve Jobs, Theranos' Elizabeth Holmes, and when the 'reality distortion field' fails

07/06/2018, 10:07 am

The disgraced Theranos founder modeled herself after Steve Jobs, in everything from speaking style to wardrobe. But, as an acclaimed new book about the debacle shows, Jobs-like vision couldn't mask a product that didn't work.

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One cable to rule them all: a look at Apple's retired connectors through the years

07/04/2018, 10:07 am

There has been a near-constant debate about Apple and the choices it has made with ports and connectors spanning the company's entire history. AppleInsider takes a look back at most of the different ways Apple devices have connected over the years -- and what they tell us about the company itself.

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This high-tech Dubai apartment building draws inspiration from Apple's iPod & iPad

05/18/2018, 10:05 am

A technologically advanced apartment complex in Dubai, opening later this year, was inspired by the design of Apple's iPod, according to its architect.

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Apple's Everyone Can Code Swift lessons available for blind and deaf students in fall

05/17/2018, 08:05 am

Starting in the fall, schools supporting students with vision, hearing or other assistive needs can use the Everyone Can Code curricula for Swift.

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