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John Lewis to begin selling iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3 to U.K. residents Oct. 22

In addition to carrier options, U.K. residents will be able to pick up Apple's latest iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 at the Apple Store and through high-end retailer John Lewis. Both new iPad models will be available starting October 22 in the U.K. and John Lewis will open select stores early to sell Apple's popular tablets.

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You can now open iTunes Connect for iPhone and iPad with Touch ID

Apple has updated the iTunes Connect app, optimizing it for iOS 8. Developers can now log into the app using Touch ID.

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Apple issues statement on iCloud.com attacks

Apple has issued a statement regarding the attacks on iCloud.com, originally reported yesterday. Apple says that they are aware of the attacks, and they outline steps that users can take to make sure they are secure when using the iCloud website. Apple says a little about the security measures for the website, and details what you should see when logging into iCloud on Safari, Chrome, and Firefox.

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Yeti Studio is an all-in-one audio recording solution

Blue Microphones has announced the Yeti Studio, and all-in-one audio recording system for your Mac. The system includes Blue's Yeti microphone, as well as software designed to get the most out of it. The Yeti mic lets you record with four different patterns to get the best sound whatever your need.

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#CESlive 2015 is going to be bigger and more amazing than ever!

At CES 2014 we at Mobile Nations teamed up with our friends at Geek Beat to bring you #CESlive, a unique live broadcast running every day from the show floor at CES 2014 — and CES 2015 is going to be even bigger than before. For #CESlive 2015 you can add Tom's Guide to the mix, with Editor-in-Chief Mark Spoonauer joining Geek Beat's Cali Lewis and John Pozadzides and iMore's Rene Ritchie in hosting more than 80 interviews direct from the Las Vegas Convention Center. It's going to be bigger and better than ever!

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Tim Cook praises new products, highlights Apple's growth in letter to employees

Following the company's quarterly earnings report, Apple CEO Tim Cook has published a new letter to employees, which covers latest products announced and touches upon the overall performance of the company. The CEO notes the recent iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch as the "most successful" in the history of the iPhone.

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Apple Pay scores a home run with 2014 World Series support

Apple may have just scored a home run with Apple Pay as Major League Baseball will support the contact-less NFC payment system at a few stadiums in time for the 2014 World Series. San Francisco's AT&T Park and Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium will be two of the earliest MLB stadiums to support Apple Pay, which launched on Monday alongside iOS 8.1.

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Tim Cook on declining iPad sales: It's a speed bump, not a huge issue

Apple posted its fourth quarter results today, and and for the third straight quarter reported declining iPad sales. During Apple's call with financial analysts, Cook addressed the issue.

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Apple will closely guard Apple Watch sales numbers in new reporting method

Starting the first quarter of its 2015 fiscal year, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company may not break out sales figures for the Apple Watch. By not disclosing exact sales numbers for Apple's nascent smartwatch, a typically secretive Apple would hope to gain a competitive advantage over competitors. Apple would employ a new way of reporting sales and earnings for its Apple Watch by categorizing it into a category marked "other" along with a few other products.

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Apple's shopping spree brings 20 new companies under its wings in 2014

While Beats Electronics is probably the most notable purchase Apple had made this year, CEO Tim Cook had stated during the earnings call that his firm had purchased a total of 20 companies, with 7 of those acquisitions during the latest fourth quarter. Many of those companies were not disclosed, but Apple had confirmed a few of them in the past, including Prss for iPad publishing, Swell, and LuxVue.

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