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Apple Music Exec Abruptly Leaves Company

Apple Music Exec Abruptly Leaves Company

Two month ago, Apple unveiled its long-awaited music streaming platform, Apple Music. Now, one of its top execs is abruptly leaving the company. Ian Rogers, the once CEO of Beats Music and Apple exec who crafted the Beats 1 “always-on” radio platform has resigned, reports the Financial Times. Rogers joined Apple alongside Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine when it acquired …

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New iPhones Coming Sept. 9, As Apple Announces Event

New iPhones Coming Sept. 9, As Apple Announces Event

Apple’s next big event will take place on September 9th. The company has just sent out press invitations, which feature the phrase “Hey Siri, give us a hint.” It’s widely expected that Apple will unveil two news iPhone models at the event – likely the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. As is the case with all of Apple’s mid-number …

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Apple ‘Slide to Unlock’ Patent Is Invalid, Rules German Court

Apple ‘Slide to Unlock’ Patent Is Invalid, Rules German Court

Apple’s patents on its “slide to unlock” feature on its iOS devices are invalid – at least in Germany. A German appeals court has stuck by a 2013 ruling which canceled the company’s patent. According to the court, Apple’s slide to unlock feature is actually pretty similar to one on a phone made by Swedish company Neonode – a year …

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Blurry iPhone Photos? Apple Will Replace Some Busted Cameras

Blurry iPhone Photos? Apple Will Replace Some Busted Cameras

If you purchased an iPhone 6 Plus between September of last year and January of this year, there’s a small chance your back camera is a little screwed up. According to Apple, a “failed component” makes some back cameras on the model take blurry photos. If you’ve noticed inexplicable blurriness to some of your shots, and your device falls within …

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Apple Never Trademarked ‘One More Thing’, Apparently

Apple Never Trademarked ‘One More Thing’, Apparently

At big product events, right before unveiling something at the very end, Apple CEOs – first Steve Jobs and now Tim Cook – have used a certain phrase. You’ve probably heard of it. One more thing… That phrase is pretty much linked to Apple at this point – except not legally. Patently Apple discovered that the phrase “One More Thing” …

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Apple “Has Every Reason to Believe Dr. Dre Has Changed”

Apple “Has Every Reason to Believe Dr. Dre Has Changed”

It’s a pretty big month for Dr Dre. He’s just released a new album, which is being met with rave reviews. A movie about him, in part, is riding high at the top of the box office. Apple, a company for which he works, recently dedicated an entire branch of its new streaming music platforms to the company he founded. …

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Apple Music Sees 48% of Trialers Stop Using the Service, Says Study

Apple Music Sees 48% of Trialers Stop Using the Service, Says Study

There’s a new study out about Apple Music, and it suggests that a lot of people have given up on the company’s new streaming service. According to a MusicWatch survey of 5,000 US consumers, 48 percent of those who have tried Apple Music have stopped using the service. And only 11 percent of iOS users are using Apple Music. “In …

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Apple Music Festival Kicks off Sept. 19 with Pharrell, One Direction, Disclosure

Apple Music Festival Kicks off Sept. 19 with Pharrell, One Direction, Disclosure

For eight years, Apple put on the iTunes Festival in London. Now, it’s out with the old and in with the new. The multiple-day concert has been rebranded as the Apple Music Festival, and the company has just announced its dates and headliners. This year’s major acts will include Pharrell, One Direction, Florence + The Machine and Disclosure. The 10-day …

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iOS 9 Fixes an Annoying Wi-Fi Issue

iOS 9 Fixes an Annoying Wi-Fi Issue

In gee that’s a simple solution, why isn’t that already a thing news, Apple has built a new Wi-Fi feature into its newest iOS. Apple products never want to let go of Wi-Fi. The signal might be terrible, but iOS will cling to any available Wi-Fi – even if it’s so slow as to render your phone a brick. Instead …

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Tim Cook’s Security Costs Apple $700,000 a Year

Tim Cook’s Security Costs Apple $700,000 a Year

How much is Tim Cook’s safety worth to Apple? Not quite a million bucks, according to a recent filing. Patently Apple unearthed Apple CEO Tim Cook’s security budget, which was buried inside its Schedule 14A report it recently filed with the Security and Exchange Commission. According to Apple, it spends just shy of $700,000 a year keeping Cook safe. Here’s …

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Taylor Swift and Spotify Still Have Some Bad Blood

Taylor Swift and Spotify Still Have Some Bad Blood

Vanity Fair has a new interview with Taylor Swift, and the publication previewed it today. Let’s just say Taylor Swift is still a little pissed at Spotify, or as she calls it, a “start-up with no cash flow.” Here’s what Swift had to say when discussing her now-famous letter to Apple: “Apple treated me like I was a voice of …

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Dr. Dre’s New Album Streams Thursday on Apple Music

If you’re looking to hear Dr Dre’s first album since we were all up in arms about Y2K, you’ll need to go through Apple – as it’s an iTunes and Apple Music exclusive. But if you have Apple Music, which you probably should, as it’s still free for most of you, you can listen to it this Thursday evening. Compton: …

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