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Adam Cheyer is reportedly the second cofounder to split from Apple in the last year. The news of his departure comes on the eve of the introduction of a new iPhone and the rollout of updated iOS software, which will include major improvements to Siri’s software. Read more »

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Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: The iPhone 5 event will also include iPods, Apple’s winning event formula, the security expert who solved the Apple UDID mystery, more iPads in the air, and more. Read more »

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With the popularity of Spotify, Pandora and others, Apple probably wants to find a way to keep its customers from wandering outside its ecosystem just because it has no cloud-based music streaming service. Attitudes are changing about owning media, which Apple must recognize. Read more »

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The last iMac upgrade occurred in May 2011. A new report says that Apple’s plans to upgrade the all-in-one desktop are “imminent.” Feature-wise, we’ll reportedly get a high-resolution display, faster processors, and an even thinner design that nixes the optical drive. Read more »

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That Apple is negotiating with cable companies and other content owners to get live television and older episodes of TV shows on Apple TV is not news. What is interesting is the detail in Thursday’s Bloomberg story about what the holdups in the negotiations are. Read more »

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Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: Hardware specs for a smaller iPad, another brewing Apple-Samsung legal battle, a courtroom loss for Apple in Japan, new iMacs, and some clarification on Apple’s new executive lineup. Read more »

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The impact of Apple’s landmark victory over Samsung in their patent trial on Friday has resulted in Apple shares hitting their highest mark yet. Here’s how some of the largest investors in Apple and Google are looking at the verdict on Monday morning. Read more »

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It was Steve Jobs that vowed to go “thermonuclear” on Android for infringing on Apple’s patents. He stepped down from the company he founded a year ago today, so Apple’s huge win in court over Samsung on that anniversary is infused with even more meaning for Apple. Read more »

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Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: more evidence a new Apple TV isn’t coming soon, Apple’s room for growth, a longtime Apple ad maker quits, and the results of Korea’s Apple v. Samsung patent case. Read more »

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Friday marks the one-year anniversary of Tim Cook stepping into the most challenging role in tech history: following in the footsteps of Steve Jobs as Apple CEO. Here’s a look at what we’ve learned about him in the past year, and what we still have yet to see. Read more »

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Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: Update on Apple’s independent audit of Foxconn, warnings about tinkering with iCloud folders, iTunes account security, Apple ads and “common sense,” and the iPhone’s success in China. Read more »

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