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Apple is making big changes to the App Store under Phil Schiller’s lead

Better terms for developers, speedier reviews, and better discovery are on tap.

Apple Music reportedly getting redesigned, will be unveiled at WWDC 2016

Reports suggest the music streaming service needs a new look to attract new users.

Report: India won’t let Apple sell refurbished iPhones in the country

Apple is competing with multiple established competitors with dirt-cheap phones.

Liveblog: Apple’s Q2 2016 earnings call starts at 2pm PT/5pm ET

Apple is expected to report its first year-over-year decline since 2003.

Review: The 2016 Retina MacBook is a faster version of the same machine

Improved CPUs, GPUs, and SSDs are all welcome, but the core compromises remain.

Feds: someone gave us the passcode in NY drug case, so we don’t need Apple

In February, judge warned of "virtually limitless expansion" of gov't authority.

A year with the Apple Watch: What works, what doesn’t, and what lies ahead?

Some features are more useful than others, and there's lots of room to improve.

Apple spruces up its one-ported MacBook with Skylake and rose gold

Present: Skylake, more battery, faster storage. Missing: Thunderbolt, more ports.

WWDC 2016 runs June 13-17, according to Siri

Apple still hasn't made the official announcement, but we'd trust Siri on this.

Sorry, Everyone: The iPhone SE is an apology to big-phone haters everywhere

Review: There’s not much that’s “new,” but that’s not what this phone is about.

Feds break through seized iPhone, stand down in legal battle with Apple

Apparently, the FBI's mysterious new method to break through the iPhone 5C worked.

Apple pulls iOS 9.3 update for older devices following activation problems

iPhone 5S and older, iPad Air and older, and others are potentially affected.

Report: Apple designing its own servers to avoid snooping

Apple suspects that servers are intercepted and modified during shipping.

Apple’s small flagship phone is a much-needed course correction

Opinion: Big flagships are great, but we need other kinds of high-end phones.

FBI says it might be able to break into seized iPhone, wants hearing vacated

"If the method is viable, it should eliminate the need for the assistance of Apple."

Hands-on: Sizing up the 4-inch iPhone SE and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro

They might not be “exciting” but they both seem like great upgrades.

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