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A federal judge has ordered a defiant Apple to help the FBI crack a secure iPhone that belonged to one of the shooters in the San Bernardino attack. How did this happen?

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So iOS 9 has been revealed and, as with most Apple products, has the techworld buzzing. The new operating system brings some great new features to the table, including some long overdue changes, but are the new features that groundbreaking compared to iOS 8? Let's take a look.

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Apple's iOS 7 introduced Jony Ive's redesigned flat interface and a slew of new features built around it. Then iOS 8 brought the Mac and the iPhone closer together with a bunch more feature additions, with more incremental updates on the way to add Watch into the mix. It looks like iOS 9 won't be packed to the gills with more new stuff, but will finally make sure all of it reliably works.

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Most productivity apps are aimed at professionals, and often seem to be aimed at top-level executives. Shifts, a specialty calendar app for shift workers, is different.

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A new lawsuit in California claims that Apple misleads its customers on how much storage is actually available for personal use on iPhones, iPads, and iPods. At the heart of the debate? The size of the brand new iOS 8 operating system.

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As we approach the countdown to New Year's 2015, here's our countdown of the top 10 smartphones launched in 2014.

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I think the iPhone 6 is worth hanging on to, despite its quirks.

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The U.S. government issued a warning to iOS users Thursday that vulnerability in the mobile operating system allows hackers to steal sensitive data.

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Apple's new iPhones aren't due to hit consumers' hands until Friday, but the verdicts are in. Apple has hit a home run, even if it is a bit late and a bit overzealous.

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It's finally here. Apple unveiled two new iPhone models Tuesday sporting larger screens and host of new features that looks like it will live up to everyone's expectations.

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Apple iPhone trade-ins are hitting new highs as customers rid themselves of older models for a larger iPhone 6 -- a device that could be announced in two weeks if one leak is correct.

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Apple's next-generation iPad is on the way, as Bloomberg reports that mass production of the popular tablet series has started.

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Buzz around Apple’s next-generation iPhones have been building to a fevered pitch: here’s a roundup of the most plausible ones. Release Date and Price The biggest question on everybody’s mind has to be “when can I buy one?” Apple typically builds hype for its devices by showing them off at some reveal event, but the Cupertino tech giant still hasn’t sent out the invites. According to Re/code, however, Apple will apparently reveal the iPhone 6 on September 9. If the company sticks to its typical release schedule this should mean that consumers can pick up the new iPhones in stores one week later, on September 16. Apple hasn’t commented on the date and there have also been several rumors swirling around that production issues could delay the launch of the larger 5.5-inch model. Apple has already put in a gargantuan order in anticipation of incredible sales figures, asking manufacturers to ship between 70 million and 80 million units. "Production bottlenecks on 4.7-inch iPhone 6 center on the yield rate of in-cell touch panel and metal casing," KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote in a report. "As in-cell touch panel becomes larger in size, the edge of the panel may become insensitive to touch. Meanwhile, under new manufacturing process for the iPhone 6 metal casing, color unevenness is an issue." Still, the money should be on Apple hitting its desired September release window. As far as pricing goes, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is said to replace the iPhone 5s at its subsidized slots starting at $199 and the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 will be priced $50-$100 more. Looks and Specs The iPhone 6 will come in two variants: one with a 4.7-inch display and another with a 5.5-inch screen. The sizes are a significant leap from previous iPhones, which never had a display larger than 4 inches. Several leaked photos of iPhone parts indicate that Apple will most likely the overall design similar to the iPhone 5s, albeit with minor changes. Underneath the hood should be the new 64-bit 20-nanometer 2GHz dual core A8 ship and 1GB of RAM. Expect a fingerprint sensor and 13-megapixel camera on both models, but there could be some differences between the two sizes. Those who want a sapphire crystal display or 128GB of internal storage may have to pony up the cash for the 5.5-inch model. The phone will also release with iOS 8 preloaded along with integration with several key new components like Apple’s focus on Health.

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With Apple's OS X limited public beta release, Latin Post got the chance to go hands-on with Yosemite Beta to preview what major changes Mac users have to look forward to. There are a lot.

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It's possible the next-generation Apple iPhone will come out a bit later this year than expected. According to a recent report, the iPhone 6 could hit retail stores' shelves on Tuesday, October 14, instead of in September.

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The Cupertino, California-based tech giant has put in a staggering order of between 70 million and 80 million units of iPhones this year, reports the Wall Street Journal.

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