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Intel's Xeon: Coming soon to laptops, and what this means for the Mac

Intel's announced, for the first time, a laptop variant of the processor that powers the Mac Pro — and it's based around the company's new sixth-generation Core processor architecture.

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'Wall-hugger' redux, or 'people building sealed phones...'

Back in July of last year Samsung ran a commercial that called iPhone customers "wall huggers" and tried its best to make them look stupid for choosing a phone with a fruit logo on the back over one that had swappable battery. Fast forward to today, and Samsung phones, bereft of swappable batteries, seem to need to hug walls even more than iPhones...

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What would you change about the Facebook app?

If Mark Zuckerburg asked you what you wanted to see in the next big Facebook for iPhone and iPad (or Apple Watch!) redesign, what would you tell him?

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Comic: Scenes from an Apple Store

Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.

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The case for the 4K 21-inch iMac

Pieces are starting to fall into place for a 4K 21-inch iMac. Does such a machine make sense?

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In a world without money and advertising, where do the artists go?

On The Network this week, James Thomson imagines a bleak dystopian future: In a world without advertising, your social status becomes the only currency you can use.

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Apple Pay adoption: Growing or slowing?

There have been some conflicting surveys out about Apple Pay in the last couple of weeks, one of which says the mobile payment service is growing and the other, declining. So, which is it?

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Apple Watch in action at a major teaching hospital

How the Apple Watch is being used by real people in the real world is something iMore is paying a lot of attention to. Over the next few months we're going to be checking out several different use-cases and perspective so we can see what's working and what still needs work. To start us off, I asked my sister, a clinical and health phycologist on-staff at a major teaching hospital, what her Apple Watch is like in action. Here's what she told me:

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Apple Pay to the rescue!

Last week, Iconfactory developer Craig Hockenberry received an all-too-familiar call: One of his credit cards had been used to make a fraudulent transaction, and he didn't have a backup card available. But he did have Apple Pay on his iPhone—and Apple Pay was all he needed.

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Yes, iCloud Music Library has metadata-matching issues, but you don't need to panic

Matching songs is hard, and iCloud Music Library definitely has a few bugs. But don't panic: You can keep it from messing up your library pretty easily.

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