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Forget in-store pickup, former retail head Ron Johnson wants to 'Uber' your gadget orders to your home

While calling for a car service to take you somewhere may sound trite, having your gadgets that you just ordered delivered to your doorstep may not be and that's what former Apple retail head Ron Johnson is working on. Johnson has reportedly been poaching former and current Apple employees, including former Apple VP of retail Jerry McDougal who left to spend more time with family, to work on this Uber-like on-demand delivery service.

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Peer-to-Peer limitation means only certain Apple TVs can make friends over AirPlay

It appears that the latest Apple TV firmware update that brought Peer-to-Peer AirPlay to the Apple TV came with some caveats. Primarily that the Peer-to-Peer feature is limited to only the latest generation Apple TV hardware and won't work with older models.

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Yes, the aluminum iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will bend if put under too much pressure, because physics

Every time there's a new iPhone there's also a new scare of people being upset by one thing or another that turns out to be greatly overblown. Be it Antennagate with the iPhone 4, or purple lens flare with the iPhone 5, or tricking the Touch ID sensor of the iPhone 5s with elaborate fingerprint duplication, there's always something. Now, with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus we've got a new world-ending catastrophe on our hands, and it's already taken on a name of its own: #bentgate.

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Rachio Iro Smart Sprinkler Controller now available at Apple Stores nationwide

The folks at Rachio have announced today that their Iro Smart Sprinkler Controller is now available at Apple Stores nationwide. The smart sprinkler joins other great products on Apple Store shelves and on Apple.com.

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Yosemite Apple developer conference to be held in Yosemite National Park April 20-23

CocoaConf will be putting on a new Apple-centric conference called Yosemite. Coming in April 2015, the conference calls together developers, designers, and enthusiasts to talk about Apple's platforms, including OS X Yosemite. The event actually takes place at Yosemite National Park, and will feature speakers such as Andy Ihnatko, Jim Dalrymple, and iMore's own Serenity Caldwell.

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iPhone 6 undergoing final regulatory checks in China

The wait for an iPhone 6 in China may be coming to a close, as Chinese regulatory authorities have mentioned that the device is in final stages of review for approval.

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46% of Apple mobile devices now running iOS 8

Apple recently released iOS 8 and now the company has shared some details on just how the update is performing with regards to platform penetration. According to data from Apple, 46 percent of consumers have updated to iOS 8.

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What makes the iPhone 6 bigger than big? New ads say the camera and... the hugeness!

Apple has released two more iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus ads, Huge and Cameras. Part of the Bigger than Big series launched at the Apple Event on September 19, both once again feature the vocal stylings of Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon, but this time focus on screen size and photography.

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Apple rumored to be considering a Beats Music rebranding

Apple may be preparing to sunset the Beats Music streaming service brand, which it had acquired along with its purchase of Beats Electronics. This may simplify Apple's music streaming as it currently operates iTunes Radio alongside Beats Music, and offering a simpler, combined service could be better.

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Tim Cook will talk about clean energy at Climate Week NYC today

Apple has always been at the forefront of sustainable energy, and at this year's Climate Week, Tim Cook will highlight how lowering carbon emissions is in the interest of companies. Tim Cook's speech marks the first time the executive participated in the event, and he will be joined by executives from other companies actively looking to create a more sustainable environment.

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