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Report: Apple will “demote” Connect as part of Apple Music’s iOS 10 revamp

Report: Apple will “demote” Connect as part of Apple Music’s iOS 10 revamp

According to a 9to5Mac report, tech giant Apple will likely "demote" Apple Music's social feature 'Connect' as part of a forthcoming revamp of the streaming service in its new iOS version -- iOS 10.

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Bentley launches new Apple Watch app for Bentayga SUV owners

Bentley launches new Apple Watch app for Bentayga SUV owners

In a Thursday announcement, British luxury car brand Bentley said that it has released a new app for the Apple Watch smartwatch, to enable the owners of the Bentayga SUV to control in-car systems conveniently from their wrists.

Announcing the new app for Apple Watch, Bentley said that the app makes use of "bespoke digital architecture," so that the watchOS application can sync up with the Touch Screen Remote (TSR) system of the Bentayga SUV -- which starts at $229,100 -- via the vehicle's Bluetooth connectivity.

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Tim Cook: Apple wants to change the world through its products

Tim Cook: Apple wants to change the world through its products

On Tuesday, GIF startup Giphy announced that it is launching its own standalone keyboard app called Giphy Keys. The app has been designed to become the users' default iOS keyboard, unfolding one of the best experiences available thus far on a GIF keyboard on iOS.

The announcement of the new Giphy Keys app underscores an apparent effort by Giphy to dominate the GIF-sharing arena. The app is presently available only for the iOS platform, but Giphy has said that it is also working on an Android app.

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Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program expanded to include online purchases

Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program expanded to include online purchases

In a Monday announcement, tech biggie Apple has revealed that it is expanding its iPhone Upgrade Program to include online purchases of iPhone.

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Apple: All new watchOS apps should be native apps starting June 1

Apple: All new watchOS apps should be native apps starting June 1

In a post published on its website on Friday, tech giant Apple has announced an upcoming requirement for developers who want to submit new watchOS titles to the App Store.

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Apple’s latest Environmental Report puts spotlight on recycling program

Apple’s latest Environmental Report puts spotlight on recycling program

In its annual ‘Environmental Report for 2015’ released last week, US tech giant has put the spotlight on its recycling of materials found within its old and trashed devices – including iPhones, iPads and Mac computers.

According to the report pertaining to Apple’s enhanced recycling program, the company generates nearly 93 percent of its energy come from renewable resources; and has also been able to recover 2,204 pounds of gold -- worth approximately $40 million -- from its junked devices.

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Apple will no longer fix two security vulnerabilities in QuickTime for Windows

Apple will no longer fix two security vulnerabilities in QuickTime for Windows

A Trend Micro report has revealed that the tech giant Apple will no longer fix a pair of security vulnerabilities in the Windows version of its QuickTime multimedia player.

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Now, Barclays debit card holders can make payment through Apple Pay service in UK

Now, Barclays debit card holders can make payment through Apple Pay service in U

British bank Barclays has finally gone live on the Apple Pay service, after waiting several months for the support. The decision to launch support for Apple Pay service is considered as big positive for the iPhone owners who use the Barclays bank services for their transactions.

The bank started its support for the Apple Pay, in early hours of the Tuesday. Now, the bank card holders can easily pay for their goods through iPhone/iPhone with Touch ID or Apple Watch.

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Mid-air iPhone 6 combustion in Washington to Hawaii flight

Mid-air iPhone 6 combustion in Washington to Hawaii flight

A startling incident involving a spontaneous in-flight explosion of an iPhone was reported last week. The iPhone, which suddenly started emitting flames during an Alaska Airlines flight from Bellingham, Washington to Hawaii on Thursday, was an iPhone 6 model belonging to a girl named Anna Crail.

The iPhone combustion took place when the Alaska Airlines plane -- with 163 passengers on board -- was flying above the Pacific Ocean; and was still at a time distance of one-and-a-half hours from Honolulu.

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Rumor: Apple is moving part of its cloud business from AWS to Google’s Cloud Platform

Rumor: Apple is moving part of its cloud business from AWS to Google’s Cloud Pla

According to unidentified sources familiar with a deal between tech giants Apple and Google, a portion of Apple’s cloud business is apparently being moved from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Google’s Cloud Platform.

The sources have revealed that Apple has seemingly decided to tap Google’s Cloud Platform for a part of its iCloud and services data because it is mulling some measures for the diversification of its iCloud infrastructure.

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