Apple to Improve Its News+ Service After Dull Start: Report

Apple to Improve Its News+ Service After Dull Start: Report

After seeing a lacklustre start, Apple’s News+ service is reportedly in for a design overhaul, among other improvements. Multiple publishers have been unimpressed with the revenue generated from Apple News+. “According to some of the publishing executives, Apple’s News+ team...
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Apple Officials Said to Discuss Duty Demands With Finance Ministry

Apple Officials Said to Discuss Duty Demands With Finance Ministry

Senior executives of iPhone maker Apple on Wednesday held detailed deliberations on their demand related to duty concession with officials of the finance ministry. The meeting assumes significance as the revenue department has rejected the demands of the US-ba...
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Apple iPhone SE: Can it really be luring in more Android switchers?

Apple iPhone SE: Can it really be luring in more Android switchers?

The new four-inch-screen iPhone SE might not have thrilled smartphone fans, but data on Apple’s online sales suggests it is reaching a new group of consumers. Online sales of the iPhone SE on the first weekend of availability were muted...
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Google to Oracle: Your $9.3bn Android Java damages claim is mad

Google to Oracle: Your $9.3bn Android Java damages claim is mad

Google has filed a rebuttal to Oracle’s claim that it’s due $9.3bn in damages for unlicensed use of Java code in Android. Google says its own damages expert “strongly disagrees” with the financial relief Oracle has demanded, ahead of th...
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Verizon planning $20 smartphone upgrade fee

Verizon planning $20 smartphone upgrade fee

Verizon is planning to charge a $20 flat fee for customers to upgrade their smartphone, the company has confirmed to ZDNet. “The upgrade fee helps cover our increased support costs associated with customers switching devices,” a spokesperson said. ...
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iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past...
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Suppliers say iPhone SE sales probably won’t be enough to offset expected Q2 revenue drop

Suppliers say iPhone SE sales probably won’t be enough to offset expected Q2 revenue drop

Apple’s new reboot of the 4-inch iPhone factor is doing pretty well. The pocket-friendly device has reportedly received 3.4 million registrations in China and is expected to sell between four and five million units in the second fiscal quarter. Its...
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Apple releases iOS 9.3.1 to fix crashes caused by tapping links

Apple releases iOS 9.3.1 to fix crashes caused by tapping links

iOS 9.3 was released to the public on March 21, the same day as Apple’s big event where it unveiled the iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7 (both of which are now available, by the way). Yet here we are...
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iOS 9.3 problems: Here’s how to fix the most common issues

Some people are experiencing a problem with iOS 9.3 that bricks their iPad 2, and we’ve got a solution to help bring it back to life. Apple has now launched iOS 9.3, its latest update to the iOS 9 software...
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This is the portablec you want, but probably can’t afford

This is the portablec you want, but probably can’t afford

Building a VR-ready PC on a budget requires carefully selecting compatible components that are powerful enough but don’t cost the earth. So what do you do when cost is an afterthought? Ian ‘8Pack’ Parry, one of the world’s top overclock...
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