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News groups sue FBI for iPhone hacking details in San Bernardino case

FBI and police are seen around a vehicle in which two shooters were killed following a mass shooting in San Bernardino. REUTERS/Mike Blake VICE Media, USA Today owner Gannett, and the Associated Press today announced a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the FBI. The news organizations want to how much and who the government paid to hack into the San Bernardino shooters’ iPhone, …

Apple’s iPhone 7 will be super limited in stores and all jet black models are sold out

Apple has issued a statement tonight that is essentially setting expectations for those who hoped they’d be able to walk into a store on Friday and pick themselves up an iPhone. The statement makes it clear that all iPhones will be in short supply for walk-in customers without a reservation. The statement also indicates that Apple’s jet black iPhones have sold out completely in the …

It’s now only $29 to fix your cracked iPhone if you have AppleCare+

Following yesterday’s iPhone 7 announcement, Apple is announcing that new AppleCare+ members will be able to get their cracked screens fixed for $29. This is big news for everyone who uses an iPhone with AppleCare+, and ultimately, anyone who owns an iPhone to begin with. It’s worth noting how much AppleCare+ costs — $129 — on top of the existing costs of buying a new iPhone 7 or 7 …

Apple Music hits 17 million subscribers

 Already the news is rolling in at today’s Apple iPhone 7 event: Apple Music has hit 17 million paying subscribers. The company’s streaming service continues to keep rolling on despite steep competition, but it’s not super surprising given that the company is securing exclusive after exclusive for Apple Music. As a joke, Tim Cook arrived at the event with a video of him on… Read …

Live from Apple’s iPhone 7 announcement

It’s become something of a ritual: September comes around, and Apple sends out its ever-mysterious invite to a few dozen outlets. We all head for San Francisco, and a new iPhone is unveiled. It’s September. We’ve got our invite, and we’re live in San Francisco. Looks like it’s iPhone time! There’s been no shortage of rumors this year, from the relatively mild — like the …

Where to watch the live stream for today’s Apple iPhone press conference

Apple is holding a press conference today at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, and the company is expected to unveil the new iPhone as well as the Apple Watch 2. At 10 AM PT (1 PM in New York, 6 PM in London, 7 PM in Paris), you’ll be able to watch the event on all Apple devices. Apple is likely to talk about iOS …

The invisible @apple tweet

Here’s a silly thing because it is the ass end of a Friday. Apple just started using the Twitter account — @apple — that they’ve had since 2011. And they’re using it to send out a tweet that promotes the Apple event next week where they’ll introduce new iPhones including a twin lens model with images that rival an SLRs in low light capability, sharpness …

Apple adds a 2TB iCloud storage option for $19.99 per month

iCloud users can now access up to 2TB of storage, as Apple just added a new tier that provides 2TB for $19.99 per month. As a refresher, iCloud storage can be used by Mac and iOS users to store and sync photos and videos, documents, device backups, music, emails and more between their devices. Apple also offers a Dropbox-like service called iCloud Drive which uses …

Apple and Sony will fight for your attention on September 7

On September 7 at 10 AM, Tim Cook will walk on stage and start the most anticipated tech press conference of the year — the introduction of the new iPhone. In New York, two hours later and right around the time Apple’s conference ends, Sony will also introduce the PlayStation 4 ‘Neo’. These two companies will be fighting for your attention in a sort of …

The iPhone SE is selling just as Apple planned in the U.S. and Europe

Apple ripped up its playbook when it launched a smaller phone priced at $399 in March, but its iPhone SE strategy looks to be going as planned. The new four-inch iPhone gave Apple a welcome sales bump in key markets between April and June, according a new report. The second quarter of the year tends to be a relatively slow period for the U.S. firm’s phone sales, but data from Kantar …