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Samsung reportedly begins manufacturing 14nm Apple A9 processors

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Samsung reportedly begins manufacturing 14nm Apple A9 processors

Samsung has started manufacturing the Apple A9 system-on-a-chip, which is widely expected to power everything from the next generation iPhone 6s (or iPhone 7) to the hotly rumored iPad Pro. What's more, it's expected to run on the new 14 nanometer process, making it even more power-efficient.

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5 days ago

EE to scrap Orange Wednesday 2-for-1 cinema ticket deal after a decade

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EE to scrap Orange Wednesday 2-for-1 cinema ticket deal after a decade

EE will be scrapping the Orange Wednesday 2-for-1 cinema ticket deal after being available for a decade. Customers of Orange (and subsequently EE) have enjoyed a weekly deal that allowed them to head down to their local cinema to check out the latest blockbusters at a reduced price. This offer will no longer be available after February 2015, but the carrier stresses they are working on a worthy successor. According to Marketing Magazine:

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5 days ago

Papers, Please makes its iPad debut, but without the nudity of the PC version

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Papers, Please makes its iPad debut, but without the nudity of the PC version

The acclaimed PC indie game Papers, Please has been released for the iPad today, but not without some changes. The creator of the game, Lucas Pope, stated he was forced to remove content that contained nudity due to Apple's rules.

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5 days ago

Apple's Hour of Code workshops delight kids... of all ages!

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Apple's Hour of Code workshops delight kids... of all ages!

Apple's Hour of Code workshops delight kids... of all ages!

Press the button. Slide to unlock. Tap the icon. The app or game fills your screen — and your senses. But how does that happen? How does that icon get on the screen? How does that bird fly across it? How does that plant obliterate that zombie? How do all these apps and games work? The answer is "code". And Apple's free Hour of Code workshops were designed to introduce kids to just that.

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5 days ago

What's on Ally's Yosemite dock right now!

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What's on Ally's Yosemite dock right now!

What's on Ally's Yosemite dock right now!

The Mac is still the most important device in my workflow. I depend on it each and every day to get my job done here at iMore. From article ideas to rough drafts to editing photography, my iMac and my MacBook Air are indispensable. Of course, the machine itself isn't what drives my workflow, it's the apps. I've already given you a look at what's on both my iPhone 6 and my iPad Air 2, so here's a look at my Mac dock, and the apps I use on a daily basis!

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5 days ago

How to share tasks with Reminders and Family Sharing

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How to share tasks with Reminders and Family Sharing

If you're using Family Sharing, you can not only share a calendar with everyone in your group, but you can also share reminders. From shopping list items to household chores, packing lists to game day tasks, shared reminders are a great way to keep the whole family organized and engaged. The best part is once you've enabled Family Sharing, you're good to go!

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5 days ago

Apple online store adds PayPal payment option

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Apple online store adds PayPal payment option

Shopping online at Apple's online store has gotten a little bit easier if you're a PayPal user. Apple's web store now allows shoppers to check out with a PayPal account in the U.S. and the U.K., an option that was previously only available on iTunes, App Store, and iBookstore.

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5 days ago

Protestors march on Apple campus over labor dispute for contract workers

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Protestors march on Apple campus over labor dispute for contract workers

Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson and union leaders led a group of 100 demonstrators onto Apple's Cupertino, California campus in an effort to urge the Mac-maker to implement better conditions for contract workers. In addition to marching at Apple's headquarters, protesters delivered a petition signed by 20,000 people asking for better working conditions for service workers in Silicon Valley.

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5 days ago

MLB.com Ballpark and Priceline gain in-app Apple Pay

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MLB.com Ballpark and Priceline gain in-app Apple Pay

Apple Pay has now been added to both the official MLB Ballpark app and Priceline app, with full support for in-app transactions. For MLB Ballpark, you can now purchases single-game tickets for select clubs using Apple Pay. Similarly, Priceline will now allow you to use Apple Pay to quickly and easily buy Express Deals.

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5 days ago

Hacked Sony email reveals David Fincher's excitement for Jobs biopic script

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Hacked Sony email reveals David Fincher's excitement for Jobs biopic script

The drama just keeps coming as documents continue to leak in the Sony Pictures hack. After learning earlier this week that Tom Cruise was considered for the lead in Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs biopic, a leaked email has provided a glimpse at David Fincher's excitement around potentially directing the project.

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5 days ago

Original Apple-1 computer fetches $365,000 at auction

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Original Apple-1 computer fetches $365,000 at auction

Shy of auction house Christie's estimate of $600,000, one of the few original Apple computers that was assembled and sold out of late co-founder Steve Jobs' Los Altos garage fetched $365,000 at auction. The Apple-1 computer computer was named the Ricketts Apple-1 Personal Computer after original owner Charles Rickets who had acquired the system for $600 in 1976.

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6 days ago

DiskWarrior 5 brings faster speeds to disk repair

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DiskWarrior 5 brings faster speeds to disk repair

DiskWarrior, a popular disk utility software for the Mac platform, has received an update to version 5.0 bringing with it a new architecture, 64-bit support, and better fail detection and recovery. While DiskWarrior has been updated to support modern Macs, maker Alsoft is still supporting the older PowerPC platform with the new version 5.0. The utility ships on a bootable USB flash drive and can repair failed discs with greater speeds.

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6 days ago

What's on Peter's Yosemite Mac dock right now!

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What's on Peter's Yosemite Mac dock right now!

What's on Peter's Yosemite Mac dock right now!

I recently rounded up all the apps I use on my iPhone 6 regularly, and we periodically give you a peek behind the curtain at what we're using to bring you news, tips and info. So here's my roundup of stuff I use on my Yosemite Dock.

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6 days ago

How to use Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing: The ultimate guide

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How to use Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing: The ultimate guide

How to use Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing: The ultimate guide

Apple's Photo Stream service is split into two parts. The first part conveniently saves your personal photos to iCloud and wirelessly syncs them between your devices. The second part, now known as iCloud Photo Sharing, lets you create shared Photo Streams that other iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac owners can view, comment on, and optionally add their own photos to. Both parts of Photo Stream make handling images easier and more convenient than ever. So, how does it all work?

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6 days ago

Canada investigates Apple over anti-competitive contract allegations

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Canada investigates Apple over anti-competitive contract allegations

Apple's Canadian branch is currently being investigated by Canada's Competition Bureau concerning allegations that it included anti-competitive clauses in its contracts with carriers in the country.

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