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Apple extends sleep button repair program for iPhone 5

Apple is extending their repair program for sleep/wake buttons on the iPhone 5 by another year.

The program, which began in April 2014, first covered iPhone 5 models for two years after the first retail sale of the phone.

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Apple said to be only source for Apple Watch at launch; Nordstrom could follow later

Apple will reportedly keep a tight hold on the Apple Watch, opting not to sell the wearable at third-party retailers such as Best Buy, at least at first.

Best Buy is one of Apple's largest retail partners, but the big box stores will apparently not carry the Apple Watch, at least not at launch. Other outlets, such as Target, Macy's, and Bloomingdales have said they have no immediate plans.

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Pandora planning a day pass feature for ad-free listening without a subscription

Pandora is preparing to implement a day pass service that will allow customers to buy short-term access to ad-free music streaming.

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Eddy Cue reiterates how Apple Pay and Apple Watch will work together

Apple SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue reiterated how Apple Pay will work with the Apple Watch at Friday night's Golden State Warriors game.

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T-Mobile announces March 18 event in New York; calls it 'a real piece of work'

T-Mobile has sent out an invite tonight for a March 18 event in New York City that it promises will be "a real piece of work."

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Apple reportedly making changes to iPad in Education program to ease app distribution

It looks like Apple is set to make some changes concerning how schools manage the deployment of iPads for the upcoming school year.

The reported changes would make it easier for schools to manage installing apps and restrict purchases made by students on their devices.

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Apple said to have no plans for free tier with rumored subscription music service

Apple will apparently not offer a free tier for is oft-rumored subscription music service when it launches later this year. Company executives have reportedly been saying as much during negotiations with record labels.

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Jennifer Lawrence's new movie Serena arrives on iTunes before its U.S. theatrical launch

Serena, starring Jennifer Lawrence, is available to rent in the iTunes Store today, a full three weeks before it will be released in theaters. A rental of the film will run you $9.99 in both HD and SD.

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Japan Display's new $1.4 billion factory will reportedly make displays for Apple

Japan Display, one of Apple's suppliers of displays for their mobile devices, has confirmed that they will build a $1.4 billion display factory. The factory will reportedly be focused on producing displays for Apple.

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Apple is still the number one US smartphone maker, according to comScore

The latest data from research firm comScore shows that Apple remains the top smartphone OEM in the US, with a 41.3% share in January 2015.

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