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Apple Pay works in overseas (if you pretend you're in America)

Beau Giles is a web developer and blogger based out of Sydney, Australia who wanted to know if he'd be able to use the new Apple Pay system in his home country's NFC payment points. After a little bit of expiring he discovered that Apple Pay does indeed work in Australia, but only if he tells his...

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Apple Q4 earnings liveblog

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Apple posts blockbuster earnings with $8.5 billion in profit and sales of 39.27 million iPhones

Apple today posted earnings results for its recent September quarter and blew past analyst estimates with profits of $8.5 billion on the back of $42.1 billion in revenue. For the quarter, Apple's EPS came in at $1.42, an impressive 20% increase year over year. Analysts on Wall Street were...

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Analysts get their Q4 Apple earnings estimates in line

Apple is scheduled to reveal its Q4 earnings today at 5PM EST, which means analysts far and wide are weighing in on what numbers they expect Tim Cook and company to reveal. The consensus seems to be quite positive, with all of Fortune's long list of professionals an independents agreeing that it's...

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Another Apple event, still no new black MacBook

I want a black MacBook, you want a black MacBook, we all want black MacBooks, so where is our black MacBook? We got a lot of cool things at yesterday's special event, including an über iMac, a more powerful yet less expensive Mac mini, and of course the new version of OS X you definitely...

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Macworld runs down everything you need to know about iCloud security

If you've been a bit confused over the various iCloud security tweaks and alterations that have cropped up over the past few months, you're absolutely not alone. Apple's two-factor authentication, the company's recent security tweak that pushes more notifications of account activity to your...

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Apple iPad Air 2 and Retina iMac event now available for on-demand viewing

Apple just wrapped up its October press event, which saw the unveiling several new products including the iPad Air 2 and the Retina iMac. If you missed the original broadcast, you can now watch a rebroadcast of the full event on Apple's dedicated Events page. The on demand stream also can be found...

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Apple reminds us how much less fragmented iOS is, digs at Android

iOS has the advantage of being a far less fragmented platform than its primary competitor, and Craig Federighi took the stage at Apple's special event today to remind us of that very fact. Using the adoption of iOS 8 as an example, Federighi noted that Apple's latest mobile OS has reached 48% of...

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Apple Watch to ship early in 2015 and there's an SDK due next month

Apple still isn't letting too many details out about the forthcoming Apple Watch. At the Apple event today, CEO Tim Cook reiterated that the watch will appear in "early 2015". Cook did say the SDK, critical for developers to get apps running on the Apple Watch, will be available in November, the...

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Tim Cook calls iPhone 6 launch the biggest ever

As with every Apple event, Tim Cook opened with some numbers that reveal just how well Apple is doing. A few tidbits he revealed include that the iPhone 6 is the fastest selling iPhone ever, and the new smartphone shattered the record for first month orders. Cook emphasized that, taking the...

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How to watch Apple's October press event

Apple today is hosting its second major fall press event from its Cupertino Town Hall facility. Apple is expected to use this event to unveil new iPad models, a new iMac and OS X Yosemite launch details. There's also a far-fetched rumor we may see some new Mac minis as well. The company is...

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Mac App Store frustrations begin to boil over

Over the weekend, just a few days before an Apple event that is expected to be the debut of some new Mac hardware, Bare Bones Software revealed that the company will no longer sell new versions of its popular BBEdit HTML/text editor on the Mac App Store. Yesterday, app studio Helftone posted a...

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YouTube Find: History of Apple's brand in under three minutes

FastCompany's BrandEvolution series takes a look some the most popular brands in world and how they have changed over the years. A recent episode explores Apple, showcasing the company's advertising campaigns starting with the original Apple I and ending with the unveiling of the Watch. ...

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What a week with the Moto 360 taught me about the Apple Watch

I love Apple gadgets, but I also love pretty much any type of new technology regardless of the brand. That's why a package arrived at my door last Monday from Motorola with a shiny new Moto 360 inside. Yep, the same Moto 360 that I tore apart after reviews made it clear that the watch wasn't...

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FBI director thinks Apple's data encryption is too secure

The FBI has been rather vocal lately about how it views efforts by Apple and other tech giants to make your data more secure. In short, they don't like it. Not one bit. The latest in the U.S. government's remarks about why your data should be less private comes from FBI director James Comey, who...

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