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Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference begins June 4

We could see iOS 12, new iPads, and an updated MacBook Air at the conference.

Apple is acquiring the Netflix of magazines

The service had “hundreds of thousands” of subscribers as of 2016.

There’s a currency miner in the Mac App Store, and Apple seems OK with it

Popular Calendar 2 app mines Monero by default, but at least it discloses it.

Gear Sport review: The only fitness watch for Samsung die-hards

This $250 Tizen watch could change the minds of some Android Wear fans.

Netflix may sign the Obamas in exclusive content deal

Apple and Amazon are reportedly also interested in working with the former president.

In an audit of supply chain partners, Apple found increased labor violations in 2017

Apple otherwise paints a picture of progress, but watchdogs don’t always agree.

After nearly 10 years, Apple will stop taking new iTunes LP submissions

But those who previously purchased LPs on iTunes will still have access to them.

911 recordings reveal Apple’s problem of employees walking into walls

Apple was warned by a city official about the danger of employees walking into walls.

Report: Apple is making its own high-end noise-cancelling headphones

They could launch this year but have faced development issues, per Bloomberg.

Fast talker: Alexa may offer speedier answers with Amazon-made AI chips

Amazon wants to lessen Alexa's dependence on the cloud for its responses.

Leak of iBoot code to GitHub could potentially help iPhone jailbreakers

Apple confirms code was real in DMCA filing with GitHub; code already in circulation.

How will new iPhones manage power? Apple’s response to senator raises questions

Apple is also exploring options for those who paid full price for new batteries.

Report: Apple making fewer iPhone Xs due to weak demand

Thursday's earning report may tell us more about iPhone X sales so far.

Walmart joins, well, most of its competitors in selling e-books

Kobo e-books, audiobooks, and e-readers are coming to Walmart stores.

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