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iPhone SE Canadian pricing and availability: starts at $579 CAD

Earlier today, Apple announced the iPhone SE, a successor to the 4-inch iPhone 5s, and a contender for the best “mini” smartphone on the market. Here's what it costs and where you can get it in Canada.

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App Store rolls out lower pricing tiers in Canada and New Zealand

Apple has introduced new, lower pricing tiers for paid apps and in-app purchases for the App Stores in Canada and New Zealand.

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Apple Pay reportedly launching in Canada on Tuesday, November 17

A new report claims that Apple Pay will officially launch in Canada on Tuesday, November 17 via American Express. Apple has already confirmed it will launch Apple Pay in that country before the end of 2015.

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Apple Pay reportedly launching in Canada by early November

Apple is reportedly preparing to launch Apple Pay in Canada, with the payment system said to be soft launching in Canadian Apple Stores and select restaurants by mid-November.

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How to buy the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in Canada

If you're a Canadian and in the market for a new iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s plus, this guide will comprehensively cover your shopping options across Rogers, Bell, TELUS, and others.

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Celebrate Canada Day with discounts on Canadian-made apps and games!

Get ready for Canada Day on July 1 with discounted apps, games, and in-app purchases from Canadian developers. This sale is only available to residents of Canada.

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Wireless Code of Conduct now applies to all Canadian wireless customers

Starting today, June 3, all Canadians now fall under the Wireless Code of Conduct, which outlines the rights and responsibilities of wireless customers.

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Apple reportedly planning Canadian Apple Pay rollout as early as March

Apple is reportedly readying for the Canadian launch of Apple Pay in the early part of 2015. The launch could apparently happen as soon as March. This would potentially be the first international expansion of the service since it debut in the United States in October 2014.

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Federal Court of Canada orders Apple to turn over documents in antitrust probe

Canada's Federal Court has ordered Apple to give documents to the Canadian Competition Bureau, which is looking into the possibility that Apple unfairly used its market position to increase iPhone sales. The Bureau thinks that agreements between carriers and Apple may have harmed competition by encouraging certain price controls on rival devices,.

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Details emerge in Canada's antitrust investigation into Apple

Last Thursday, we reported that Canada's Competition Bureau had begun investigating Apple's contracts with carriers. At the time, there weren't any concrete details about the investigation. However, a court filing has now revealed that the Competition Bureau is investigating whether Canadian customers may have paid higher prices for phones and services due to contracts between Apple and carriers.

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