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Apple's virtual reality headset: What's the story so far?

Apple's virtual reality headset: What's the story so far?

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Apple might be working on yet another entirely new product category. Facebook-owned Oculus VR, Samsung, HTC, Microsoft, and others are developing virtual-reality or augmented-reality headsets. Even Google, which already launched a budget cardboard offering,... >>

Apple recalls power adapters from as far back as 2003, free replacements for all

Apple recalls power adapters from as far back as 2003, free replacements for all

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It was just over a week ago that Microsoft was recalling power adapters for its Surface Pro tablets and now Apple is also issuing a recall. Apple is recalling certain AC power wall plug adapters. The company cites that "In very rare cases, affected... >>

Does Safari keep crashing on your iPhone? Here's how to fix it

Does Safari keep crashing on your iPhone? Here's how to fix it

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If you've noticed that Safari on your iPhone keeps crashing today, don't panic you aren't alone. A number of Safari users are reporting that they are having difficulty using the default browser. They say it is repeatedly crashing when launched for the... >>

Apple's Tim Cook doesn't dismiss VR, internet goes berserk

Apple's Tim Cook doesn't dismiss VR, internet goes berserk

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Chief Tim Cook made a comment today during Apple's conference call, and now the world is running with it. Here's the backstory: Apple posted its quarterly earnings today, smashing records once again. During the financial Q1 2016 earnings call afterward,... >>

Apple posts largest quarterly profit ever: 74.7M iPhones sold, 1B active devices, and more

Apple posts largest quarterly profit ever: 74.7M iPhones sold, 1B active devices, and more

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Apple had another amazing holiday quarter. Here's the thing: the company's last three months of the year usually balloon because it's when consumers buy all sorts of new Apple devices for the Christmas season. Apple posted a record $18 billion in profit... >>

Barclays will finally support Apple Pay on iPhone within two months

Barclays will finally support Apple Pay on iPhone within two months

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Barclays bank customers will be able to use Apple Pay on their iPhones, iPads and Apple Watch smartwatches within the next two months. The bank replied to an email from Oli Foster-Burnell, a customer who asked why it still hadn't added Apple Pay support,... >>

New Apple TV: Here's how to finally get the Apple Podcasts app on your box

New Apple TV: Here's how to finally get the Apple Podcasts app on your box

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You can now use the new Apple TV to listen to people talk for hours. When Apple released its more expensive, more powerful Apple TV late last year, the company for whatever reason didn't ready a new version of its podcast app for the set-top box - which... >>

iPhone 5SE photo could show Apple's new iPhone in the flesh

iPhone 5SE photo could show Apple's new iPhone in the flesh

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Talk of a smaller iPhone has been circulating for a long time. With Apple leaving the iPhone 5C untouched through the birth of the iPhone 6 and updated iPhone 6S, the ageing device was dropped from Apple's line-up, leaving the iPhone 5S as the "entry-level"... >>

Apple might debut 4-inch iPhone 5SE in March instead of so-called iPhone 6C

Apple might debut 4-inch iPhone 5SE in March instead of so-called iPhone 6C

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Halt the presses. That iPhone 6C you keep hearing about apparently isn't happening. Apple doesn't plan to release a 4-inch version of the iPhone 6S, according to a new report by 9to5Mac. Instead, it's upgrading the iPhone 5S, which debuted back in 2013.... >>

iPhone 7 display could be made by Foxconn as it lodges £3.8 billion bid for Sharp

iPhone 7 display could be made by Foxconn as it lodges £3.8 billion bid for Sharp

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Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn is reportedly willing to pay out 625 billion yen (£3.8 billion) for troubled Japanese consumer electronics brand Sharp. The offer far exceeds a 300 yen bid previously made for the company by a Japanese government-sponsored... >>