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Here’s what we mentioned within this occurrence:
- In fresh interviews, Eddy Signal describes why Apple released a public beta for iOS, as Tim Cook traces potential goals
- Eddy Signal and Craig Federighi examine Apple Routes’ issues, crowdsourcing information from person conduct, product development and more
- Apple apparently developing common TV guide for loading stations across Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad
- Facebook in discussions with Apple to launch Apple TV app offering free live-streaming of NBA games
- KGI: New Apple Watch 2 arriving late 2016 with GPS, greater waterproofing and enhanced efficiency, keep same style
- Apple Watch 2 wish list: Repair the fundamentals, double-down on exercise monitoring
- Apple claims opening iPhone NFC might ‘eventually reduce’ protection as Foreign banks avoid Apple Pay
- iPhone 7 releasedate for companies may be as overdue as September 23 after rumored June 7 occasion
- KGI: Apple to expose three fresh iPads in 2017 including a 10.5-inch iPad Pro, new ‘variable OLED’ iPad for 2018
- Om Malik on Apple’s forthcoming World of the Apps: ‘Apple ought to be creating better products, not silly TV displays around these products”
- New MacBook Pros: smaller impact; finer although not wedge shaped; larger trackpad, AMD artwork choice, more
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