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Apple expected to unveil iPhone 6 at Sept 9 press event

Apple expected to unveil iPhone 6 at Sept 9 press event

At its September 9 scheduled press event, Apple is expected to unveil its next-generation iPhone - the iPhone 6 - which, as reported widely, will be available in two versions; one of which will be a handset in the 'phablet' form factor. As per various reports, the two different versions of the new iPhone 6 smartphone will include a 4.7-inch handset, and a phablet-like 5.5-inch handset. The cost of iPhone is will likely range between $549 and $949, depending on features, contract, and storage capacity.

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Disruptions hit Facebook, eBay and Apple

Disruptions hit Facebook, eBay and Apple

Over the past two days, disruptions have hit Facebook, eBay, and Apple. As a result of the disruptions, the users have not been able to access some or all of the websites of these three companies.

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Reuters: Apple iPhone 6 production hit by screen snag

Reuters: Apple iPhone 6 production hit by screen snag

According to a Reuters report, the production of Apple's next generation iPhone - the iPhone 6 - has apparently hit a snag involving the manufacturing of the screens for the handset.

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Apple bans use of two harmful chemicals in its manufacturing process

Apple bans use of two harmful chemicals in its manufacturing process

Apple has revealed in a recent announcement that it is banning two hazardous chemicals which are used in the last stages of the manufacturing process of the company's popular devices.

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Mass production of next-gen Apple iPad reportedly underway

Mass production of next-gen Apple iPad reportedly underway

Unidentified sources familiar with the developments with regard to Apple's imminent next-generation iPad tablets have revealed that the mass production of the new iPads has been commenced by Apple suppliers.

According to the sources, Apple suppliers have already begun the production of the next-generation full-sized iPad with a 9.7-inch screen. The new iPad is likely to be unveiled by Apple either by the end of this quarter or at the beginning of the next quarter.

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Tracbeam Sues Apple over Patents Related to Siri and Maps

Tracbeam Sues Apple over Patents Related to Siri and Maps

Colorado-based Tracbeam has sued technology major Apple for infringement of four patents. Tracbeam has alleged that Apple has violated its patented technology in location tracking used in Macbooks, in personal assistant Siri, Safari browser and Apple Maps.

Tracbeam owns several patents related to location tracking and mapping in wireless systems. Tracbeam has also blamed Apple for using its technology in "Find My Phone" service and iAds network.

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China rebuffs claims of govt ban on purchase of Apple devices

China rebuffs claims of govt ban on purchase of Apple devices

In response to a Wednesday-published Bloomberg News report which claimed that US tech giant Apple has been blacklisted in China due to national security concerns, China's Central Government Procurement Centre has asserted in a recent statement that Apple devices have not been banned from Chinese government procurement lists.

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Wearable Baby Monitor Comes as Help for New Parents

Wearable Baby Monitor Comes as Help for New Parents

Team of researchers and engineers from Apple and Google have lent a helping hand to new parents in the form of sproutling, a wearable baby monitor that will be available in the store for sale in March 2015. This is also famous with the name of "World's smartest baby monitor".

Sproutling baby monitor was invented to monitor a baby's vital and to collect basic information about the different sleeping patterns adopted by the infants. The monitor will get adjusted to a baby's habit and can inform the parents in case of any deformity.

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Apple and Samsung call a truce on their patent disputes outside US

Apple and Samsung call a truce on their patent disputes outside US

In a recently-released joint statement, tech market rivals Apple and Samsung have revealed that they have agreed to withdraw all the patent-infringement lawsuits which the two companies are fighting against each other in countries outside the US.

The statement implies that Apple and Samsung will withdraw their patent-related disputes in nearly nine countries, including the UK, Australia, Japan, South Korea, and Germany.

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Apple will cut nearly 200 jobs at Beats following acquisition: report

Apple will cut nearly 200 jobs at Beats following acquisition: report

American technology giant Apple Inc. would slash as many as 200 jobs at Beats Electronics LLC after completing the acquisition deal for the headphone & music company, a person familiar with the matter said.

The Cupertino, California-based Apple's $3 billion acquisition deal for the popular audio equipment & music-streaming company is all set to close on August 1, 2014.

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