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Beats Electronics' president talks working with Apple in new interview

Beats Electronics president Luke Wood recently sat down at the Beats Symposium in Sydney, Australia to talk about working at Apple and Beats' impact as a cultural force

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Apple's Back to School offer now available online, launches in more countries

Apple's 2015 Back to School promotion, which kicked off at retail stores in July, is now available for online customers in the U.S., as well as several European countries.

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Apple offers students free Beats Solo2 headphones with a Mac purchase

Apple has kicked off its 2015 Back to School promotion, offering eligible education customers a free pair of Beats Solo2 On-ear headphones with the purchase of a Mac.

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Apple offering discounts on several models of Beats headphones

Apple is offering discounts on most of its available models of Beats headphones, with some sets available for as much as $40 off their original prices.

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Apple reportedly removes Monster from licensed accessories program following lawsuit against Beats

Apple is said to have removed audio accessory-maker Monster from its official MFi accessory program following that company's lawsuit against the Apple-owned Beats.

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Apple's quest for hardware perfection reportedly killed Beats' Sonos competitor

According to a new report, Apple scrapped work on a Beats-branded Sonos competitor sometime after it acquired the company in 2014.

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Apple reportedly still working to finalize music streaming deals ahead of WWDC

Days before WWDC kicks off, Apple is still said to be in talks with major music labels over streaming rights, with the revenue split said to be the main point of concern.

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Apple issues voluntary recall on the Beats Pill XL speaker

Apple has issued a voluntary recall for the Beats Pill XL due to a fire safety risk. This recall does not affect any other Beats products.

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What would you change about iTunes Music?

Apple says music is in the company's DNA, but what needs to be in its music offering?

The original iPhone shipped with an iPod app that played the music you synced over via USB from iTunes on the desktop. A half a year later it was joined by the iTunes Store app, and you could buy music directly. Eventually, you could even buy over cellular. Then came iCloud and re-downloads, the short-lived Ping social music network, iTunes Match as a music locker, and iTunes Radio as music stations. Then Apple bought beats, and as a result we didn't hear much about music for a while. Now rumor has it Apple has a new music service on the way for iOS 9, to be previewed perhaps as early as WWDC 2015 on June 8. But what do you want from it?

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Russia may be among the initial launch countries for Apple's rumored music service

Apple is reportedly in talks with Russian record labels to secure streaming rights for an international launch of its rumored music service.

According to a report from Billboard, Russia may be one of the first countries Apple is targeting for an international launch of its rumored music streaming service.

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