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Jony Ive's Vanity Fair interview is now available for your viewing pleasure

Earlier this month, Jony Ive took part in an interview at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit, where he shared details on numerous topics including his relationship with Steve Jobs, development of the first iPhone as well as product design, centering around the Apple Watch, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The publication has now posted the full 25-minute interview online.

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AT&T begins taking pre-orders for iPad Air 2

AT&T has started accepting its own pre-orders for the iPad Air 2 on their website, You can select to get the device on an installment plan, with a two-contract, or at full price with no commitment.

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Twitter will start showing tweets from people you don't follow

Twitter has today announced the popular social network will display tweets from random users you don't currently follow in a bid to bring more relevant content to your home timeline, and to pick up some new friends along the way. Twitter isn't shy at testing out new experimentations with its micro-blogging service and the team has been actively working on the new feature that you'll either despise or find rather useful.

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iWork for Mac gets a Yosemite makeover while iOS versions get support for Continuity

As announced at Apple's iPad and iMac event, iWork apps for iOS and Mac have all been updated across the board for OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.

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Apple rolls out iTunes 12.0.1 to go along with Mac OS X Yosemite

To go along with Mac OS X Yosemite, Apple has now released iTunes 12.0.1 through the Mac App Store and directly through the Apple website. The update comes in at around 218MB and features many new design and performance improvements that Apple says makes iTunes more enjoyable to use.

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Retina iMac priced at $2499, begins shipping today

The all new, 5k Retina iMac if officially official and can be all yours, starting at $2499. Of course if you want bigger and better, it will run you quite a bit more than the base price. It's packing a ton of awesomeness, including a 5120x2880 resolution display, 1TB fusion drive, 8GB of RAM and a 3.5 GHz Intel Core i5 CPU (which is upgradeable) — so it's no slouch when it comes to the desktop space.

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Apple drops prices for iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPad Mini 2

To go along with the release of the new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, Apple has announced some price drops for older devices. If you're not one for having the latest and greatest tech, you can now grab an iPad Air, iPad Mini or iPad Mini 2 at a great discount.

The iPad Air drops to $399, iPad Mini 2 to $299 and the original iPad Mini to just $249. If you're been in the market for a new iPad but haven't been able to pull the trigger, here's your chance to save some cash.

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Pixelmator coming to iPad later this month

The extremely popular editing app, Pixelmator, is coming soon to iPad. Taking full advantage of the new A8X processor, Pixelmator has plenty of features for your editing needs — a repair tool, layered graphics, filters, blending and much more.

You can easily remove parts of an image while having the background intact, use filters with dialed controls, and even blend layers with Photoshop-style effects.

No word on pricing or an exact release date, but Pixelmator will be available in the App Store later this month.

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iWork gets Yosemite compatiblity, available free starting today

Announced at the iPad/Mac event today, to go right along with the public release of Yosemite, Apple will also be releasing a new version of iWork as well. The free update will be fully compatible with Yosemite, and get everything playing nicely across the board. iWork will help bring together Yosemite and iOS and take advantage of the Handoff feature, allowing users to pick up in the same place in a document on another device.

iWork includes a new UI, and includes the Pages, Keynote, Numbers applications.

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iPhone 6 launch was Apple's biggest launch ever

During today's iPad/Mac event, CEO Tim Cook kicked things off right by noting that — unsurprisingly — the iPhone 6 launch was Apple's best yet. It set a new record for the first month in sales, and is the fastest selling iPhone to date. By the end of this week, the iPhone 6 will be available in 32 countries including China — marking the first time the iPhone is available on all three Chinese networks.

The iPhone 6 also set a new record for pre-orders in China, and beat all kinds of records across the globe. In the words of Tim Cook, "I don't mean by a little, I by mean a lot. A whole lot."

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