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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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Apple’s next product launch event to be held on March 21

Apple’s next product launch event to be held on March 21

In an announcement made on Friday, tech biggie Apple said that it will host its next product launch event - to unveil new devices and accessories - on March 21, 2016. The event will be held at the Town Hall auditorium on Apple's Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California.

According to the invites sent out by Apple to the media for the forthcoming product launch event, the proceedings at the event will commence at 10 a. m. PT/1 p. m. ET on March 21. The invites for the event come with the slogan, "Let us loop you in."

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Apple officially acknowledges bug that ‘bricks’ iOS devices

Apple officially acknowledges bug that ‘bricks’ iOS devices

In a statement posted on its website, Apple has officially acknowledged that a bug affecting iPhone 5S and newer models can ‘brick’ the handsets, making it impossible for users to reboot their devices.

Against the backdrop of Apple’s statement acknowledging the new bug which apparently ‘bricks’ iPhone 5S and higher models, a ZDNet report has revealed that the bug affects some other iOS devices as well, including iPad Air and higher models; iPad mini 2; and the sixth-generation iPod touch.

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Apple’s upcoming ‘iPad Air 3’ will reportedly compete with iPad Pro

Apple’s upcoming ‘iPad Air 3’ will reportedly compete with iPad Pro

According to reports, Apple's much-rumored 'iPad Air 3' tablet - which will likely be unveiled by the company at a March event - will seemingly compete with another iPad model, the iPad Pro.

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Apple reportedly planning to foray into VR arena with its own VR device

Apple reportedly planning to foray into VR arena with its own VR device

According to recent reports, tech biggie Apple is apparently planning to foray into the rapidly growing, and potentially lucrative, virtual reality (VR) market, with its own VR or AR (augmented reality) device.

Hinting at Apple’s apparent efforts to join the VR bandwagon, a Phone Arena report has revealed that VR headset prototypes are being developed by Apple’s teams for the past few months. In addition, some of Apple’s new hires and latest acquisitions also indicate that the company is seriously planning to venture into the VR/AR space.

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Apple’s rumored 4-inch iPhone has reportedly hit production

Apple’s rumored 4-inch iPhone has reportedly hit production

According to recent reports surfacing in Japan, production of Apple's much-rumored, new 4-inch iPhone - which will likely be called 'iPhone 5SE' - has started.

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Two-Year Contract Plan Announced by Apple Fails to Cheer Buyers

Two-Year Contract Plan Announced by Apple Fails to Cheer Buyers

The easy monthly installment plans for Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, being flaunted by the company readily, does not appear to have impressed the buyers much.

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Apple to make games a primary selling point of its new Apple TV Product

Apple to make games a primary selling point of its new Apple TV Product

There is a lot of excitement about products to be launched at September 9’s event to be organized by Apple. As per a report by New York Times, gaming will be a key part of an Apple TV product, whose starting price will be around $150 million.

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Apple in quandary over live local programming for ‘New Apple TV’

Apple in quandary over live local programming for ‘New Apple TV’

The imminent launch of the latest Apple innovation - the 'New Apple TV' - will probably take some time. As of now, tech giant Apple and local content providers are in disagreement over the subject of gaining rights to show local programs and commercials.

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