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New iPads showing as available in US Apple stores

It looks like those in the US can now join their UK bretheren in all of the fun: the new iPads are showing as currently available at numerous US Apple store locations.

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Yahoo Mail wants to be your personal assistant, update brings travel & event notifications

Yahoo has updated its Mail application to now bring reminders for events and flight information. With a Google Search-like card layout, the Yahoo Mail app update now displays flight information along with top restaurant recommendations from Yelp once you land at your destination. Additionally, similar cards for events will give you at-a-glance information for Evite, Eventbrite, and Ticketmaster events.

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Jawbone turns Twitter into a social DJ with Drop

Announced at Twitter's Flight developer conference, Jawbone's new Drop app turns Twitter into your social DJ. The app allows party guests to add songs to a playlist through Twitter so you can have a playlist that encompasses all your friends' favorite songs and musical tastes. For the app and service to work, you will need a Twitter account along with a premium subscription to either Spotify or Rdio, which is where Drop pulls the songs from.

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Twitter hopes to replace usernames and passwords with Digits

Twitter has just rolled out a new service for developers to integrate into their apps called Digits, which should make it more secure for consumers to sign into apps and services. Rather than complex usernames and passwords, Digits hopes to simplify the sign in process by using your phone number and an SMS verification to allow you to log in.

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Some Bank of America customers getting charged twice with Apple Pay

Some Bank of America customers are reporting that they are being charged twice when using Apple Pay. A small subset of customers have noticed that payments made through Apple Pay with debit cards issued by Bank of America. There is apparently an issue with the banking end of Apple Pay transactions that is causing the problem, according to CNN:

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Now you can use the iMore forums right inside the iMore app!

The iMore app has been updated to support the higher resolution iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus but what's bigger than big this time around is that we've added support for the iMore Forums right inside the app!

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Tim Cook talks security with Chinese Vice Premiere

Apple CEO Tim Cook has met with Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai to talk security of user information. The meeting comes two days after an attack on the iCloud website in China was reported. Whether or not the attack was specifically on the table is unknown, but it is likely.

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iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 reviews

We're still working away on our in-depth iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 reviews, but in the meantime some early reviews have started going up already and they're worth checking out.

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Maps Connect puts local businesses on the map

Apple had launched a new web tool called Maps Connect that allows local businesses to manage their listings on Apple Maps. Companies can provide additional information about their businesses, such as their email address or phone number. Any updates made should take about a week to show up on Apple Maps and customers can use Siri to search for your businesses so you gain a geo-presence.

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GT Advanced to sell off Sapphire furnaces as partnership with Apple ends

In its bankruptcy settlement, it appears that GT Advanced Technologies, which would have been an Apple sapphire display partner, had struck an amicable deal with Apple. As part of its settlement, GT Advanced would sell its furnaces at the Mesa, Arizona facility to pay back Apple as well as surrender all claims and not disparage Apple.

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