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Next generation Apple Watch could appease health fanatics with even more sensors

Tim Cook and company's one more thing this year already launched with a number of skin sensors to measure heart rate and keep the Apple Watch secure when using it for payments with Apple Pay, but health fanatics may want to sit out the first generation. Though the Apple Watch does plenty, Apple is said to be bundling even more sensors to expand the Apple Watch's health tracking capabilities in a future hardware revision.

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In-store pickup may be available for tonight's iPhone 6 pre-orders

Come tonight, customers who are ordering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can either have their phone of choice shipped to them or they can pick up in the store. Given the new screen sizes and resolutions, along with the new functionality and features that are coming with iOS 8, the ability to pick up, and also have your iPhone set up by an Apple associate in a store, may be a good option for new and returning iOS customers who need a little extra attention.

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Watch Twitter light up during this week's Apple event

Someone has created a unique way to look at Tuesday's Apple event using Twitter. People following the would often use the #AppleLive hashtag to post reactions to the event. Now there's a handy map to show us exactly how excited Twitter was at specific times during the event, created using CartoDB.

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Clash of Clans next update previewed with new features and levels

The popular Clash of Clans game will soon be getting a major update, but before the update rolls out, we're seeing some previews of the new levels of game play and new features that are coming to the game. If you're a fan of Clash of Clans, this update should prove to be a big one.

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Apple upgrading, giving partial refunds to legacy iCloud users

Apple has been emailing exisiting iCloud subscribers about upgrades to their account following yesterday's changes in iCloud storage plans. Customers will find themeselves upgraded to one of the new plans. For instance, anyone on the previously $40 per year 20GB plan will see that the price has been lowered to $11.99 per year for the same amount of storage while also receiving a partial refund, according to MacRumors:

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Castro developer Supertop buys Unread RSS reader

Supertop, the developers behind podcast app Castro, have announced that they have acquired RSS reader Unread from Jared Sinclair. As Sinclair wrote earlier this year, being the independent, one-man development team has been difficult and unprofitable. Sinclair announced last month that he would be moving to a new job at Bloglovin, and thus no longer able to update Unread for iPhone and iPad.

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T-Mobile announces pricing information for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

T-Mobile US has announced their pricing for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Any iPhone 6 you purchase from T-Mobile will have a monthly payment of $27.08 in addition to your service fee. The iPhone 6 Plus you buy will cost $31.24 per month for the 16GB version and $31.25 per month for the 64GB and 128GB versions.

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Greg Joswiak to attend Code/Mobile conference to talk this fall's product lineup

Apple VP Greg Joswiak will appear on stage at Re/code's first annual Code/Mobile conference next month. Joswiak, who manages product marketing for both the iPhone and iPod product lines, will be at the conference to talk about this year's product lineup, accroding to Re/code:

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus release delayed in China

It looks like Chinese Apple fans waiting to get their hands on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will have to wait a bit longer, as seems that Apple will miss the September 19 release date in that country. Apple apparently caught the three major national carriers, as well as their own store managers, off guard with news of the delay. While no reason for the delay was given, it likely has to do with Chinese regulatory approval, according to the New York Times:

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to miss out on some T-Mobile network improvements

Despite improvements to their LTE coverage, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are missing support for a new LTE band that T-Mobile is deploying. That means that some T-Mobile customers in the United States who buy the new phone won't benefit from improvements that their carrier is making to the network.

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