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Apple hit with class action lawsuit, saying iOS 9 crippled older phones

Apple hit with class action lawsuit, saying iOS 9 crippled older phones

Today is not a good day for Apple. Earlier we brought you news that the giant agreed to pay a $347M settlement for underpaying corporate taxes in Italy. Now we're seeing news that the company is being hit with another lawsuit. This time it's a class action lawsuit from current iPhone 4s owners.

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iOS 9 will work with your old iPhone

iOS 9 will work with your old iPhone

Apple's next iPhone and iPad software tipped to focus on quality, will work on older devices. Word this week is that the next operating system suite for Apple mobile and desktop machines will be aimed at delivering a highest-quality experience to the user. Not that Apple products with iOS or OS X didn't promise this before, but this round it's suggested that every product released over the past several years will be getting onboard with the same top-notch quality experience, working well top to bottom.

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Siri creators making Viv: AI without limitations

Siri creators making Viv: AI without limitations

Dag Kittlaus, Adam Cheyner and Chris Brigham helped create Siri back before Apple scooped it up for their own. The iPhone 4S was launched with Siri as its headline feature - important enough to supersede the rest of its evolutionarily-boosted specifications. Now this team of creators goes by the name Viv Labs, and they’re making the next generation of what was started with Siri.

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iPhone 6 may be in limited supply (at first)

iPhone 6 may be in limited supply (at first)

The iPhone family has used Sapphire Glass for components for several generations. Both the back-facing camera lens and, in the iPhone 5s, the Touch ID home button work with Sapphire Glass to keep them tough. The iPhone 6, as it’s assumed to be called, has been teased more than once to be working with a full Sapphire Glass front panel.

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Apple replaces faulty European iPhone USB adapters

Apple replaces faulty European iPhone USB adapters

Apple has just made a public service announcement that informs its users in several countries in Europe and Asia that a certain make of its USB adapter for the iPhone poses risks as it is prone to overheating. The good news is that it is accepting responsibility for this QA failure and will replace faulty adapters at no cost.

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iOS 8 round-up: Apple paves the way for hardware

iOS 8 round-up: Apple paves the way for hardware

Apple’s newest version of their mobile operating system, iOS 8, builds on the look and feel of iOS 7. Inside you’ll find a number of feature updates on the surface, but - especially important since it was introduced at a developer conference - you’ll find more underneath the surface than meets the eye. Apple suggests that iOS 8 is "Huge for developers. Massive for everyone else."

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iOS 8 Beta release today, public this Fall

iOS 8 Beta release today, public this Fall

All we’ve heard about iOS 8 since the start of today is being pushed to developers by the end of today. Apple will be releasing iOS 8 Beta to developers today, while a full release to the public will be taking place this Fall.

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iPhone 6 vs every other iPhone video gets 4K release

iPhone 6 vs every other iPhone video gets 4K release

This year’s iPhone 6 dummy has been captured once again, this time in the form of a close-up and detailed comparison to the rest of the iPhone lineup. This device is compared to the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s as well as the entire collection of iPhone 4S and below - everything with a smaller display, that is to say.

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iPhone 6’s Would You Rather: bigger battery or thinner phone?

iPhone 6’s Would You Rather: bigger battery or thinner phone?

Reports of the next-generation iPhone 6 have begin to trickle, bringing on word that the device may very well be thinner than its predecessor. The question we’ve got for you, the reader, is whether you’d rather have a thinner iPhone for the release of the iPhone 6, or one with a bigger battery? Is the trade-off worth having a device thicker than before?

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Tim Cook: Apple will take emerging markets at entry-level

Tim Cook: Apple will take emerging markets at entry-level

This week during Apple’s earnings call for their financial Q2 2014, Tim Cook spoke up on the impact of changing smartphone plans and the growing smartphone market around the world. How might this affect Apple and sales of the iPhone? Cook made clear that it wasn’t an easy question to answer.

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Apple acquires Novauris, Siri to benefit

Apple acquires Novauris, Siri to benefit

Supposing you’re a heavy user of Apple’s personal assistant Siri, you’ll be glad to know that the company has just acquired a company that’ll make her a whole lot better. Apple has acquired Novauris Technologies, a group co-founded by Dr James Baker, a founder of Dragon Systems.

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iPhone 5c 8GB edition incoming: may replace iPhone 4S at long last

iPhone 5c 8GB edition incoming: may replace iPhone 4S at long last

We might be at death’s door for the iPhone 4S, ladies and gentlemen, as word has been spread that the iPhone 5c will be released in an 8GB edition. At that point, where does the market stand on a smaller, but same-sized internal storage smartphone sold by the same manufacturer? It’s time to pack up the old protective cases and screen protectors, it’s 4-inches from here on out.

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