Saturday, February 14, 2015
After notching all-time highs on three straight days, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock slowed the pace on Friday. Apple shares rose 0.5% to 127.08 on the stock market today, a new closing high. On Thursday, Apple hit a record intradaygh of 127.48.
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Wednesday, February 11, 2015
There they are, posed outside Cupertino’s number-one tourist destination. The full breadth of selfie styling is on display. Some stand clutching the 1 Infinite Loop sign, almost woozy with proximity to power. Others crouch. Some do the “Ellen” group shot with Apple’s headquarters in the background, or point to the Apple on the sign.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook told an audience at the Goldman Sach’s Technology and Internet conference that the company is very focused on making environmentally responsible decisions. As proof, he offered up a piece of news. Cook says Apple is investing $850 million to build a brand new 1,300-acre solar farm in Monterey, California.
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James Jones Jr. was a sharp-dressed man, especially for a 21-year-old college student. It was common to see him wearing ties to his Clark Atlanta University classes, a friend said late Tuesday. “He always wore suits, trying to look professional,” Terayle Hill told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “He was ambitious.”
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Apple rang up record quarterly results from — what else? — iPhone sales. The company added that Apple Watch will start shipping in April.
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Friday, January 16, 2015
One of Apple’s latest froze up on its way up to the stratosphere, but you’ll want to see if it broke up when it came back down. I’m sure I’ll eat these words one day, but it seems that we’ve finally witnessed an iPhone drop test that can’t conceivably be topped.
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Monday, January 12, 2015
Smartphones existed before Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone on Jan. 9, 2007. But by upending existing technology platforms, application distribution, and carrier business models, he kickstarted a new era of computing whose impact is yet to be fully understood.
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Friday, December 26, 2014
A new report suggests iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users might already be purchasing more data storage. Meanwhile, the Silicon Valley technology giant could be cashing in big.
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Amazon has landed in hot water for carrying iPhone and iPad cases emblazoned with disturbing images of war and Ebola victims that had been ripped off from professional photographers.
The New York Times staff photographer Tyler Hicks says he was shocked to discover that his photo showing a Palestinian man cradling the lifeless body of a boy killed by an Israeli bomb had somehow found its way onto an iPhone cover.
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Apple released iOS 8.1 today, and with it comes the ability to use Apple Pay on the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. We decided to try it out by going to two nearby businesses that already accept Apple’s NFC-powered mobile payments: Walgreens and McDonald’s.
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Record-setting iPhone sales helped Apple ring up sterling results on Monday, crushing analysts’ estimates. The company said its fiscal fourth-quarter revenue jumped 12% to $42.1 billion from the same quarter a year ago.
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Friday, October 10, 2014
I’ve had my new iPhone 6 Plus a few days now, and I’m sure my experience is far from unique, but what the what. I ordered online, and I ordered the black/grey in 64GB, which from what I’ve been reading seems like a fairly typical choice.
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Wednesday, October 01, 2014
In my attempt to purchase a Contract Free/ FACTORY UNLOCKED iPhone all I have wound up with is a bunch of confusion. Here’s how the story goes. I checked on this Extensively today.
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Your pants aren’t happy about the new iPhone 6 Plus. Along with Samsung’s mammoth Galaxy phones, Apple’s phablet mega-sized phone is starting to look like the future of mobile tech.
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Tuesday, September 30, 2014
When reports first surfaced that the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were susceptible to bending after a just a few days of everyday use, it looked as if Apple had a major problem on its hands. Tech blogs and Apple haters were quick to seize on the flaw, coining the term BendGate.
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Saturday, September 27, 2014
Cracked, bent, dented, drowned — all kinds of bad stuff can happen to an iPhone. The expense from that can add up: damaged iPhones have cost Americans $10.7 billion since 2007, according to SquareTrade, a provider of insurance for personal tech. In the last two years alone, consumers have spent $4.8 billion on iPhone repairs and replacements.
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Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Readers, a friendly heads up: No matter what you see or hear on the Internet, don’t cook your iPhone in the microwave. Pranksters associated with the notorious message board site 4chan created some slick-but-fake promotional materials for the so-called “Apple Wave,” described as a new feature for the iPhone 6 that allows users to charge their battery by heating it like a TV dinner.
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Sunday, September 21, 2014
When Verizon launched its “Advanced Calling 1.0” feature earlier this month (read: voice over LTE), it only worked with two phones: The Samsung Galaxy S5 and the LG G2. Now the company can add the iPhone to that list, well, at least the iPhone 6.
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A filmmaker documents the wait, the switch and the payout — plus a bit of NYPD rough stuff. Anybody who has stood in line waiting to buy a new iPhone knows the score: Many, if not most, of your fellow line sitters are paid to be there.
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Saturday, September 20, 2014
Last week I decided to test the most secretive, hotly anticipated smartphones on earth in a place where there was no danger of them being recognized or damaged or both: Disneyland. Both my wife and I are Disneyphiles of sorts, and visit a dozen times a year or more. I have an appreciation for it because my daughter loves to go, but also because of how carefully the place is planned, constructed and run. Disneyland is the Apple of theme parks.
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