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Down, down, down: iPhone, iPad and Mac sales all dive in Q2 2016

Down, down, down: iPhone, iPad and Mac sales all dive in Q2 2016

This afternoon Apple reported their financial Q2 2016 earnings report for investors, and with it, falling sales in devices of all sorts. It's not as if this is the worst quarter Apple has ever had - far from it. Instead, it would appear that Apple's device sales have reached a saturation point. Many consumers that would be buying an iPhone, iPad, or Mac have already got one. As such, even Apple's astronomical sales numbers don't seem as spectacular as they have in the past.

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How to present an iPhone Pro

How to present an iPhone Pro

In 2015, Apple introduced the iPad Pro - a device that they intended the public to see as an alternative to the oft-underutilized power of the notebook. Why have something more powerful when you're only going to do a few things? On that note, why use a notebook and limit the number of apps you can use when iOS has one of the most explosively innovative app stores in the world right this minute? In the year 2017, on the 10th anniversary of the iPhone (originally introduced in the year 2007), I'd like to imagine Apple will release the iPhone Pro.

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iPhone 7 rumors may make you replace your Android

iPhone 7 rumors may make you replace your Android

Could the iPhone 7 be the model that makes the Android-loyal masses make a switch to Apple's iOS platform? Details leaked this week may point in that direction. Based on what we're seeing here and now, the iPhone 7 could jump the shark, so to speak, bringing in a collection of features that appeared on Android-based devices first, starting with a pair of cameras at the back of the device. If the leaked images we're seeing this week end up being accurate, this could also be a real turning point for Apple's industrial design - and maybe not in the right direction.

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iOS issue causes links to crash, fix incoming

iOS issue causes links to crash, fix incoming

Apple will issue an update to the latest release of iOS as complaints from users suggest an issue with web links. Reports have appeared from users working with devices from the iPhone 5 all the way through the iPad Air 2. Other devices that appear to be affected are the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s Plus, and the iPad mini. Thus far it does not appear that either iPad Pro or iPhone SE has been affected as such.

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The next iPhone wont “think different” like Android

The next iPhone wont “think different” like Android

The next iPhone will not be significantly different from the last. Of that you can be sure. If you're an Android smartphone fan, you've come to expect this. If you're an iPhone user, this is what you've come to rely on. We've had nearly a decade of fan battles between iOS and Android, all leading toward the place we're at right now - smartphone singularity. Every smartphone that wants to try for Apple's spot with the iPhone looks the same and acts the same - neither Apple nor Google wants to change this. This relationship is based on trust.

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iPhone SE puts iPhone 6s heart in 4-inch phone

iPhone SE puts iPhone 6s heart in 4-inch phone

"We're here today to talk about a smaller iPhone," said Apple's Greg Joswiak. "As you may have heard, we're calling it the iPhone SE." According to Joswiak, the company sold 30-million 4-inch iPhones just this past year. That's no number to scoff at. They've decided to continue the 4-inch display legacy with another model. This is the 4-inch iPhone called iPhone SE, and it works with the same graphics processing power as the iPhone 6s.

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Apple Watch price changed, Nylon Bands introduced

Apple Watch price changed, Nylon Bands introduced

Apple Watch is the best selling smartwatch in the world - so says Tim Cook. "But most importantly to us," said Cook, "customers love it." To this point, Cook has introduced a number of new bands for the Apple Watch - why? Because "about a third of our Apple Watch wearers regularly change the bands." The newest band in the Apple-made collection is the Woven Nylon band. Oh, and they've lowered the price of the Apple Watch, too.

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iPhone SE may look more like 5s than 6

iPhone SE may look more like 5s than 6

Back in July of 2015 we showed you an Apple patent for a metal cutting method which would lend itself to a flat-edged iPhone. Today we're to understand that Apple may well be using this method to shape the sides of the iPhone SE. For those of you unfamiliar with the iPhone SE, it's a not-yet-official device that may well appear very soon (maybe even at next week's Apple event) with specifications that'll have it replacing the lowest-tier iPhone available on the market. And it won't likely be changing shape from the iPhone 5s - not much at all.

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This is what the iPhone SE looks like (more than likely)

This is what the iPhone SE looks like (more than likely)

As we move ever closer to Apple's next live event, the iPhone SE becomes a focus for potential customers looking for a once-again palm-sized smartphone. What you're about to see is a set of images that come from sources who wish to remain anonymous due to the highly volatile nature of the material they present. These images are made for case-makers internationally and appear to be renderings based on leaked components and design charts. The device, as per usual, is iterative, it would seem.

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Closing iPhone apps won’t save battery – but these 3 tips will

Closing iPhone apps won’t save battery – but these 3 tips will

This week Apple made clear that closing apps in the background of your iPhone will not make your battery life better. Surprise! This is very likely the way in which you found yourself attempting to keep your phone running longer, and according to Apple, it was all for nothing! Lucky you, though, now that you're here, we've got a set of three sure-fire ways to actually REALLY increase your battery life well beyond what you were doing before.

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9.7-inch iPad Pro tipped to inherit iPhone 6s camera

9.7-inch iPad Pro tipped to inherit iPhone 6s camera

The next Apple event has been tipped to contain more than one device, the larger of these being a new iPad Pro. Not an iPad Pro that'll replace its even larger relative, the original 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but one that'll offer another size in the increasingly powerful iPad market. This iPad Pro (the smaller) has been rumored to roll with a 12-megapixel rear camera, coming with a sensor that's rather similar to that of the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus.

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Apple apologizes for Error 53, restores bricked phones

Apple apologizes for Error 53, restores bricked phones

Believe it or not, once an iPhone is bricked, it isn't necessarily dead forever. Earlier this month we came into the understanding - like many iPhone users in the wild - that Apple had built in a so-called "Error 53" into their iPhones with Touch ID sensors. If the devices had been tampered with - fixed by 3rd party fix-it groups, included - they'd be bricked. Now Apple has apologized publicly for the method with which they'd implemented said feature.

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