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iPhone 6 launch was 'three years too late', according to Steve Wozniak

In an interview with CNNMoney at Capital One's new Innovation Center in Plano, Texas, Steve Wozniak stated that Apple should have launched a larger iPhone three years ago. Wozniak also shared his views on the upcoming Apple Watch.

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Apple and Barclaycard team up for new Apple Store rewards card

Apple and Barclaycard have teamed up again to launch a new Apple Store Rewards card (just in time for your holiday shopping). The new reward system allows one to earn points towards Apple Store gift cards, replacing the old card's iTunes reward system. As a bonus, the card is secured by Chip & Pin technology, and should also be compatible with Apple Pay.

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Apple reportedly hires dedicated enterprise sales force

It looks like Apple is eager to break further into the corporate world. Reuters is reporting today that, according to its sources, the tech giant has hired a dedicated sales team to round up potential clients. In addition, this sales team is reportedly working with several developers with enterprise experience to sell apps to corporations.

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Apple's $3.5 billion European bond starts accruing interest today

In a securities filing, Apple detailed its $3.5 billion European bond, which begins to accrue interest today, with the first interest payment due November 10 next year. The bonds are split between 8-year and 12-year maturity dates, with the 8-year bond maturing on November 10, 2022.

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Tim Cook's interview on Apple Watch, Apple Pay, and iPod Classic now available to watch

You can now watch the full 30-minute interview that Apple CEO Tim Cook gave where he talked about Apple Watch, Apple Pay, and the discontinuation of the iPod Classic. The interview was conducted at the WSJ.D Live conference and now the Journal has posted the full interview.

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OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 beta grabs another update, available now

After having released it just a week ago, Apple has started rolling out another update for the beta seed of OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 tonight. Developers and AppleSeed program members should be able to find the update (build number 14B23) in the Mac App Store now.

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Canada ready to give retailers an out for the Apple Pay fees that don't exist

The fight between merchants and the credit card industry continues as the Canadian government is mulling over a proposal, which could be announced as early as this week, to give retailers the ability to reject Apple Pay (and mobile payments in general—if and when they're available in the country), The Wall Street Journal reported today.

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Some Apple Store locations may open early for Black Friday 2015 sales

Some Apple Store retail locations in the US may open as early as 8 am on Friday, November 28, othewise known as Black Friday 2014, and the company's online storefront is expected to join in with the same sales deals found in its brick-and-mortar locations.

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Apple reportedly boosting iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus production to keep up with demand

Apple is reportedly boosting production for two its flagship smartphones as it struggles to keep up with demand. It is reported that Apple may be tapping electronics assembler Pegatron, in addition to Foxconn, to produce additional units of both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus as the company heads into the holiday shopping season.

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AT&T ditches plans for in-flight 4G LTE connectivity

AT&T announced that it will be abandoning plans to bring in-flight wireless connectivity. The carrier will not be bringing its 4G LTE service to the skies as previously planned through an air-to-ground-based service for domestic flights, citing that in-flight connectivity is too risky of an investment.

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