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Previewing OS X 10.9: What can we expect from Apple’s next operating system? [Updated]

Apple's yearly WWDC is days away, and we're confident we'll be seeing an OS X update. Based on rumors, rumblings, and some ideas of our own, here’s what we think will be included in OS X 10.9.
Music

Apple nets Big Three music publishers for iRadio, expect announcement Monday

Apple may reveal iRadio as early as Monday with sources reporting that all Big Three music publishers are on board with the new music streaming service.
Mobile

What iOS 7 needs to win us over

Apple is getting ready to reveal iOS 7, which it will do during the keynote presentation at WWDC 2013, and we're really hoping for something special. But what does it need to be if it's to keep us from straying to the competition?
Mobile

WWDC 2013 Rumor Roundup: What does Apple have in store? [updated]

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on June 10 in San Francisco. What can you expect to see? We take a look at some of the rumors.
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Apple to offer in-store trade-in service in effort to boost handset sales, report says

What do you mean your iPhone 4 works perfectly well thank you very much? Apple is said to be close to launching a new trade-in service at its stores, giving you a chance to exchange your crumbly old Apple device for a brand new iPhone 5…
Apple

Dear Apple: Can iCloud ‘just work’ already?

Steve Jobs promised iCloud would be the center of Apple users' digital lives. Two years later, are we any closer to a service that "just works" — and that can propel the next generation of great apps?
Music

iRadio: Audio iAds coming with Apple’s expected music streaming service

Apple is widely expected to unveil its so-called 'iRadio' music streaming service at next week's WWDC, with a report Wednesday suggesting highly targeted audio ads will be served up to users between tracks.
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WWDC to bring new MacBook Air, possibly with faster Wi-Fi and 1080p webcam

It's likely a new MacBook will be introduced at WWDC, and recent leaks suggest the MacBook Air will be getting the love with a faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi card along with chips from Intel's new Haswell processor line.
Mobile

Why a budget iPhone still doesn’t make sense

The budget iPhone is the rumor that just won’t go away, but it makes absolutely no sense at all. Here’s why the argument for a cheaper iPhone is fundamentally flawed.
Apple

‘Whistle’ is like a Fitbit for your dog, and has its own app

A startup called Whistle has developed an activity tracker for your dog, which is affixed to the collar, and could help you identify anything wrong long before you would have taken a trip to the vet.
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Apple faces US import ban on several iPhone and iPad models after Samsung scores patent win

You didn't think Apple and Samsung lawyers had packed up and gone home, did you? No, they're still as busy as ever in the courts, with the latest patent-related judgment falling in favor of the Korean tech giant.
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Apple updates Mountain Lion to 10.8.4 with fix for Messages, Exchange, and FaceTime bugs

Though the sun is quickly setting on Mountain Lion, Apple released an update for its current operating system today. OS X 10.8.4 is available for download today through the Mac App Store Software Update.