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Comic: The iPhone spice must flow

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The iPhone Spice Must Flow

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Does Apple need an iPhone 6c?

September is just around the corner, and speculation is flooding in as to what the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will look like. While this occupies many minds, I believe what – If anything – happens to the iPhone 5c will make more of a difference to Apple as 2016 approaches.

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History of iPhone: Apple reinvents the phone

On January 9, 2007 Steve Jobs put sneaker to stage to give one of the most incredible keynote presentations of his life—a life filled with incredible keynote presentations—and in the history of consumer electronics. There, he said he would be introducing a wide-screen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough internet device. But it wasn't three products. It was one product. We got it, Steve. It was the iPhone.

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Why I won't be sad to see One to One go away: It's a money-loser for retail stores

A rumor surfaced this week that Apple's excising its One to One program at its retail store in favor of expanding the free group workshops program. One to One allows owners of new Macs and other devices to purchase a year's worth of weekly, personalized training with Apple specialists in Apple retail stores at a steal of a price: $99. If One to One does indeed go away, I can understand why. It's very expensive for stores to do, and many customers can get effective training other ways.

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iMore at CocoaLove: Save 10 percent on a ticket!

Going to be in Philly this October? Want to be? Come hang out at CocoaLove with me! You can even save ten percent on a ticket by entering the code "imore".

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The rise and fall of Apple's all-in-one machines

Apple's used the all-in-one design for Mac models from day one, but the concept has evolved heavily since 1984.

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Teaching changes lives: A salute to Apple's One to One program

There's a sad rumor going around that Apple plans to discontinue its retail One to One service: a $99 add-on that gave them a year's worth of weekly 30-minute and hour-long tutoring sessions on anything Apple-related they wanted to know.

What makes it so sad? As a former One to One instructor, let me tell you how great the program was, and why I'll miss it.

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Galaxy Note 5, #penghazi, and 'inserting it wrong'

Earlier today on MacBreak Weekly, the long-running podcast hosted by Leo Laporte, Leo was joking about the stories involving Samsung Galaxy Note 5 S-Pens getting stuck backwards in their slots when—you guessed it!—his S-Pen got stuck backwards in the slot. You can see it happen in the video below at around the 49:40 mark.

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Nothing to fear but fear-mongering itself

Some text was put up on the internet this weekend that contends Apple has such centralized control over iOS that, if it were ever to turn evil and become the instruments of surveillance states, there'd be nothing to protect us because Apple actively patches jailbreak exploits and doesn't allow the installation of non-App Store apps.

It's about as rational as saying not to eat at McDonald's because one day they could start dosing all their fries with Paxilon Hydrochlorate, or not to watch YouTube videos because on day they could start spreading brain-blowing blipverts.

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What do you want to see in the next Apple TV?

Rumor has it Apple is just about ready to release the next generation Apple TV, the company's set top box for the living room and really big screens. So, we're curious to know what you want to see from Apple for your TV? If you put together your ideal feature list, what would you wish for?

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