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Apple already preparing for the iPhone 9: Report

Apple already preparing for the iPhone 9: Report

Technology major Apple is weeks away from announcing its “iPhone 8” smartphone but rumors have already started swirling about its successor – the potential iPhone 9.

Citing anonymous sources, the Korea Economic Daily recently reported that LG Chem has been selected by Apple as an exclusive supplier for batteries for its next-next-generation iPhone.

The deal is for batteries for the device which is due for release sometime in 2018. The anonymous sources also suggested that the “iPhone 9” would likely debut in the 2nd half of 2018.

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Apple reportedly having trouble with the iPhone 8’s signature feature

Apple reportedly having trouble with the iPhone 8’s signature feature

Apple is reportedly having trouble in getting the iPhone 8’s signature design feature to actually work as it would be a bezeless display spanning from edge to edge. It means there would be no room to accommodate a physical home button on the handset. Thus, the company has to “kill” it.

However, some reports suggested that the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant maker may not be able to do so this year.

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Consumer Reports denies its recommendation to Apple MacBook Pro 2016

Consumer Reports denies its recommendation to Apple MacBook Pro 2016

According to a Business Insider report, Consumer Reports has denied its recommendation to tech giant Apple’s latest MacBook Pro 2016 laptops because of apparent inconsistencies in the battery life of the device.

Apple’s MacBook Pro 2016 lineup consists of beastly laptops boasting an elegant and modern appearance. The 13-inch MacBook comes with a 2.0GHz dual-core i5 processor, 256GB SSD and 8GB RAM; whereas the 15-inch MacBook features a 2.6 Ghz quad-core i7 processor, 256 GB SSD and 16GB of RAM.

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MacRumors: Apple AirPods come with standard one-year warranty; no AppleCare+

MacRumors: Apple AirPods come with standard one-year warranty; no AppleCare+

According to a MacRumors report, there is no AppleCare+ for Apple’s new AirPods wireless headphones. The headphones come only with the standard one-year warranty which covers issues like losing the capacity of the batteries.

As such, as per the report, the loss of an AirPod component – either the bud or the case – is not covered by warranty.

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MacRumors: Apple will start AirPods sales in its stores on Dec. 19

MacRumors: Apple will start AirPods sales in its stores on Dec. 19

According to a MacRumors report, the sale of AirPods wireless headphones will be commenced by Apple in its stores on Monday, December 19.

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Apple’s BeatsX wireless earphones have been delayed indefinitely

Apple’s BeatsX wireless earphones have been delayed indefinitely

Authorized Apple reseller B&H has revealed in a recent email that the launch of Apple’s forthcoming BeatsX wireless earphones has apparently been delay indefinitely. The earphones will probably not ship until early 2017.

According to the email, it is highly unlikely that the shipping of the BeatsX wireless earphones will commence in the next 2-3 months.

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WSJ: Apple AirPods delay is technical; caused by audio sync issue

WSJ: Apple AirPods delay is technical; caused by audio sync issue

According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, Apple's delayed launch of its AirPods wireless headphones is rooted in a technical issue related to the audio sync capability of the device.

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Tim Cook: Apple Watch “sell-through” reached new high during first week of holiday shopping

Tim Cook: Apple Watch “sell-through” reached new high during first week of holid

Apple CEO Tim Cook told Reuters on Monday that Apple Watch smartwatch’s “sell-through” touched a new high during the first week of the 2016 holiday shopping season. ‘Sell-through” is a measure of the quantity of a product sold to consumers compared with the stock of the product on retail store shelves.

In asserting that the first week of the 2016 holiday shopping season marked the best week in Apple Watch’s “sell-through” history, Cook said that the ongoing quarter is on its way to become “the best quarter ever” for the Apple smartwatch.

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Over 400 Apple retail stores worldwide fronted with red signage for World AIDS Day

Over 400 Apple retail stores worldwide fronted with red signage for World AIDS D

In recognition of World AIDS Day, December 1, more than 400 Apple retail stores across the world fronted with red signage, and the company's employees working at the stores wore red shirts in place of their standard blue uniform.

Apple has been putting up red logos at its stores on December 1 every year for the past several years, so as to help raise awareness among the people for the global fight against AIDS.

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Bizarre image bug distorts screenshots sent from iPhone 7 Plus to Pixel handsets

Bizarre image bug distorts screenshots sent from iPhone 7 Plus to Pixel handsets

According to recent reports, some of the owners of Google new flagship Pixel handsets – Pixel and Pixel XL – have drawn attention to a bizarre image bug which apparently distorts the screenshots sent to the Pixels from Apple’s newest big-screen handset, iPhone 7 Plus.

Going by the discussions on the Google's product forum, the screenshots which the owners of the Pixel handsets get from the owners of the iPhone 7 Plus handset appear to have some kind of an unexplained glitch.

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