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Apple offers free replacement program for defective iPhone 5 batteries

Apple is now offering a free replacement battery program for select iPhone 5 models that may come with a defective battery. Those units either experience shortened battery life or require more frequent charging, according to Apple. If you think your phone is affected, you should visit the Apple support page in the source link to check your serial number and see if it qualifies for free battery replacement.

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Apple extends Volume Purchase Program to Denmark, Ireland, and more

Apple has expanded the App Store's Volume Purchasing Program to several new countries. Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates are all now included in the program.

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iPhone 6 screens rumored to be back in production after rumored setback

Suppliers have supposedly re-established the production of iPhone 6 screens after a supposed minor setback. Production of components has been ramping up for the imminent launch, but display suppliers are reportedly working to make up for lost time caused by the backlight being revised by Apple. That's all according to Reuters:

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Tim Cook proud of iPad's use in patient care at VA Hospital

Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter to humbly brag about the iPad's use in patient care at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System. Taking to Twitter to announce the use of the iPad in medicine and patient care, Cook posted a picture of himself and staff at the medical facility with the iPad.

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Apple updates iWork suite for Mac with stability improvements

Apple's iWork productivity suite for Mac has just received updates that bring with them stability improvements and bug fixes. Users of the Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps can grab their updates from the Mac App Store today for free. If you don't own the suite, which is a collection of three apps, each app retails for $19.99.

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Pebble scores a win with ESPN and the latest scores on your wrist

ESPN app for Pebble now brings the latest sports scores from your favorite teams to your wrist. Whenever a score is updated, your Pebble smartwatch will buzz and you'll see updates on your watch where the ESPN app will serve as a "wrist-top SportsCenter."

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When it comes to using apps, big brands command consumer attention

In a report by comScore analyzing app usage, it seems that the top 25 most used apps are made by some of the largest tech and digital media brands in the world. With Facebook leading the charge by number of users and time spent in its apps, others on the list include Google, Apple, YouTube, Amazon, and eBay. Surprisingly, though, games did not make the list.

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iCloud service is restored [Updated]

Apple just confirmed that iCloud service has been restored. All iCloud components are now fully functioning. Apple so far has not commented on the reason for this morning's outage.

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Second OS X Yosemite public beta released

Good news for users of the OS X Yosemite public beta: beta 2 is now available. The fresh update brings the public beta inline with the latest version of the Yosemite Developer Preview. The first edition of the Yosemite Public Beta was released late last month, bringing a taste of the next generation of OS X to the masses. We're likely quite close to an official release for Yosemite, so the updated public beta should be more stable with fewer bugs and the like that the previous edition. An update version of the redesigned iTunes 12 beta is also included for beta testers.

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Sony's $200 Smart Tennis Sensor will tell you everything that's wrong with your swing

If you've been wondering why you're just so bad at tennis, or hoping to improve on your already awesome game, Sony's new Smart Tennis Sensor might be just the gadget you've been looking for. The gadget, which will screw into the lower end of compatible "select tennis racket models by top manufacturers such as Wilson, Prince and Yonex" will log shot counts, impact location, swing and call speed, and even spin, all through some crazy advanced vibration mechanics analysis.

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