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The Chinese company that banned iPhone sales 'barely exists'

The Chinese company that recently banned sales of the iPhone 6 in China "barely exists," according to an investigation into Shenzhen Baili Marketing Services. The smartphone company currently has no products available and has closed down its website.

Apple sets a mystery, releases iOS 10 without an encrypted core

Last week, Apple released a developer's preview of iOS 10, the latest update to its ubiquitous mobile operating system. Researchers have since discovered the kernel has been left unencrypted, allowing developers to investigate what lies in the core.

Apple's iPhone 7 to have almost nothing new at all

Multiple reports released today have revealed that Apple plans to do away with its two-year iPhone upgrade cycle. Consumers shouldn't expect any major changes for 2016's "iPhone 7" beyond the controversial removal of the headphone jack.

iPhone 7's innovative dual-lens camera reportedly cancelled

One of the iPhone 7's few headline features has reportedly been cancelled due to "immature" technology. The Plus-sized variant of the upcoming handset was expected to include a dual-lens camera to power new features. It will now use a standard system.

iOS 10 won't let you delete space-wasting stock apps after all

At Apple's WWDC conference this week, the company announced you will be able to remove its stock apps to clear clutter off your home screens. However, it has since emerged that all is not what it seems and apps won't actually be deleted.

Future iPhones may have wraparound glass, augmented reality apps

Apple could be planning to develop an iPhone that features a curved wrap-around display and the ability to run augmented reality apps. The company was awarded a patent for the technology on Tuesday, indicating its interest in the area.

Siri gets smarter in iOS 10, Apple's 'biggest ever' update

Apple has announced iOS 10, the latest version of its iPhone and iPad software. The free update will launch in the fall and includes a heavily upgraded Siri, improvements to the lock screen and notifications and a refreshed suite of preinstalled apps.

Do you use Siri in public? 97% of Americans are too embarrassed

A survey of American iPhone users has found that over 98 percent of all owners have tried out Siri, Apple's preinstalled digital assistant. Of that figure, just 3 percent have done so in public though, with the overwhelming majority too embarrassed.

Tim Cook thought an official iPhone case was a third-party fake

Apple CEO Tim Cook went on a tour of India and China last week, visiting Apple retail stores in local markets to talk to staff. According to reports, Cook ran into trouble on the journey as he identified a genuine iPhone case as "counterfeit."

New AI app for the iPhone gives you an 'intelligent memory'

A new app is seeking to bring artificial intelligence and machine learning to the iPhone, giving you an "intelligent memory" inside your smartphone. Snips has modelled the way humans learn to create an app that sorts and links all your data.

Google's new iPhone keyboard lets you search the web while typing

Google has launched a new keyboard exclusive to Apple's iPhone. The keyboard resembles Apple's default one but includes direct access to Google's search engine and a large selection of GIFs and emoji. It makes it easier to access Google from iOS.

Apple's App Store takes a day off as search feature falls apart

Apple users are reporting widespread problems with the App Store today that are hiding search results for popular apps. Trying to find the official app for major brands does not display the correct results. Apple has confirmed the problem.

Tim Cook promises iPhone innovation 'you can't live without'

Apple suffered its first iPhone sales drop last quarter but it doesn't appear to have shaken CEO Tim Cook. Amid rumours of the iPhone 7 being a potential disappointment, Cook gave an interview insisting Apple is making things you "can't live without."

Apple could tell you when autocorrect destroys a text message

Autocorrect can dramatically speed up typing speed on mobile devices. It's not without its problems though and can insert a wrong correction or autocorrect things that should be left alone. Apple wants to fix that, letting you know when it makes mistakes.

Apple launches CareKit app platform to help you track your health

Apple has begun to roll out CareKit, a platform for health apps designed to make it simpler for app developers to build care products on iOS. CareKit connects patients with doctors, providing medication and treatment advice directly from a smartphone.

Top Apple analyst: iPhone 7 to be a 'disappointment'

iPhone fans are in for a "disappointment" this year, according to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. According to Kuo, the iPhone 7 has no standout features and could send iPhone sales back to 2014 levels in a worst case scenario of demand.

Microsoft's popular Word Flow keyboard now available on iOS

Microsoft has publicly released its Word Flow keyboard for the iPhone, taking it out of beta and making it available to everyone. The keyboard is widely considered one of the best around and now includes more features than the Windows Phone original.

Apple recycled $40 million worth of gold last year

Apple has announced it recycled over a ton of gold last year, or $40 million worth of the metal. Devices like smartphones contain relatively high amounts of gold as it is very electrically conductive and doesn't corrode easily, ideal for circuits.

Apple quietly admits it expects iPhones to last only three years

Apple recently published a webpage about its commitment to the environment. The page has attracted criticism for revealing the company expects iPhones to last just three years, not a long shelf life for a product costing hundreds of dollars.

Apple may soon let you hide those annoying stock iPhone apps

Apple bundles a set of stock apps with every new iPhone out the box. Many of the apps are far from useful for every owner though, cluttering up the home screen and using storage space. Apple may finally be close to letting you remove them though.

iPhone flaw lets attackers view photos and contacts when locked

A flaw has been discovered in iOS 9 that could give an attacker access to an iPhone without needing the user's PIN or fingerprint. As with other similar issues, the attack exploits Siri voice commands to expose user data including photos and contacts.

Gun that looks like iPhone may be on market soon, Senator objects

The Minnesota gun-making company Ideal Conceal may soon release a new gun that looks like a cellphone. But some people, a U.S. Senator among them, are nervous about what might happen if such a gun hits the streets.

Apple to release iOS update to fix broken webpage links

Apple rolled out iOS 9.3 to iPhone users last week, adding a number of features to the mobile operating system. The update isn’t without its problems though, including a bug that crashes Safari when tapping links on webpages.

Apple clears up iPhone naming confusion, SE is 'special edition'

Apple announced the iPhone SE yesterday, revealing a new four-inch device aimed at people looking for a smaller smartphone with flagship specifications. It did not explain the new "SE" branding though, leading people to speculate on what it means.

Apple announces 4-inch iPhone SE, starting at $399

Apple has officially announced the 4-inch iPhone SE, the first small-screened device it has launched since 2013's iPhone 5s. The SE includes the same high-performance components as its larger siblings but will retail at a significantly lower price.

Apple's new 4-inch iPhone SE 'identical' to 2013's iPhone 5s

Apple has a press event scheduled for next Monday during which it is expected to announce its first new small-screened iPhone in over two years. The 4-inch "iPhone SE" may be familiar to owners of 2013's iPhone 5S, according to a new report.

Less than 10% of Android devices encrypted, nearly all iPhones

Over 95 percent of all iPhones in use are encrypted, according to a report today. Apple enables encryption out of the box, making it much more prevalent among iPhone users than Android fans. Only 10 percent of Android phones are thought to be encrypted.

Apple confirms that closing your iPhone apps won't save you power

Apple has answered a question that iPhone owners like to ask a lot. Over the years, people have provided arguments and counterarguments for whether closing background apps save battery. Apple's answer is simple though, leaving little room to negotiate.

Apple wants to 'loop you in' on the new 4-inch iPhone on March 21

Apple has seemingly confirmed the longstanding rumours of a new iPhone and iPad coming this month. The company will be hosting a press event on March 21 where it is expected to unveil new hardware and software updates as it refreshes its products.

Controversial 'Yelp for people' app Peeple launches on iPhone

Peeple, the highly criticized app that encourages people to rank each other in a similar way to a restaurant or location review, has launched on iOS. The app branded "Yelp for people" has undergone some changes since it first appeared online.
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