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The Army’s Special Operations Command is trading in its Android devices for ‘faster’ iPhones

The Army’s Special Operations Command is trading in its Android devices for ‘faster’ iPhones The Army’s Special Operations Command is dumping Android and moving to Apple’s iPhone, after field tests demonstrated that iOS devices outperformed their Android counterparts.Currently, the Army’s special forces uses the Android Tactical Assault Kit (AKAT, pictured below), but the devices have been plagued with problems.

Apple patches critical security flaws used to steal encrypted data

Apple patches critical security flaws used to steal encrypted data Apple products have a reputation for security, especially compared with the systemic security flaws baked into the Android update system (or lack thereof).In the world of device security, however, no one is ever perfect, and the critical flaws that Apple patched today underscore that point.

Apple unveils iPhone 7, dual-camera-lens iPhone 7 Plus

Apple unveils iPhone 7, dual-camera-lens iPhone 7 Plus The rumors were true: At a private press event today in San Francisco, Apple unveiled the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the latest versions of the company’s now-flagship product, both sans headphone jack.The iPhone 7 includes a new force-sensitive, solid state Home button to replace the prior mechanical one.

Q&A with former Apple CEO John Sculley on the Newton, the iPhone 7, and starting a business today

Q&A with former Apple CEO John Sculley on the Newton, the iPhone 7, and starting a business today Back in 1983, Steve Jobs pitched John Sculley to join Apple with the following now-legendary line: “Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life?” And a popular myth about Sculley and Steve Jobs — that Sculley had a direct hand in firing Jobs in 1985 — isn’t true.

China declares it will stop selling iPhones if Trump imposes tariffs

China declares it will stop selling iPhones if Trump imposes tariffs One of Donald Trump’s major campaign promises was to levy extremely high tariffs against countries he feels are taking advantage of us, like China.If he does list China as a currency manipulator and slap steep tariffs on Chinese imports, China will take countermeasures.

Apple removes AirPod finder app from the App Store

Apple removes AirPod finder app from the App Store There are suddenly a lot of completely wireless earbuds on the market, which are “completely wireless” because there’s no wire connecting the two sides, nor a wire going to your device.It has compensated for that by releasing the AirPods, completely wireless earbuds that will cost you $159.

Apple reportedly requesting to sell refurbished iPhones in India — again

Apple reportedly requesting to sell refurbished iPhones in India — again Now that Apple has secured a deal to manufacture iPhones in India for the local market only, the Cupertino company is reportedly revisiting its goal of selling refurbished iPhones in the country.” More: Apple will start manufacturing iPhones in India at the end of April But with the success of negotiating a deal to sell iPhones in India thanks to a local manufacturing plant, Apple may also be asking for permission to sell refurbished iPhones according to Bloomberg.

Shocking survey proves that teens really want iPhones

Shocking survey proves that teens really want iPhones In this case, what's up just so happens to be the percentage of U.So finds a shocking report from investment bank Piper Jaffray, which notes that the Apple smartphone trounces competitors when it comes to being the object of teen desire.

This college student spent his summer undercover in a Chinese iPhone factory

This college student spent his summer undercover in a Chinese iPhone factory The second-year masters of public administration student at NYU Wagner spent six weeks last year working in a Chinese factory manufacturing iPhones for Cupertino-based Apple.Instead Zeng teamed up with New York University and the NGO China Labor Watch to investigate working conditions in a Chinese manufacturing plant.

Apple is Lobbying Against Right-to-Repair Legislation Across the Country

Apple is Lobbying Against Right-to-Repair Legislation Across the Country But public access records in New York State reveal that the company is putting serious effort behind its push to prevent such bills from becoming law.Plenty of companies have lobbied against these bills, which are making their way through statehouses across the country, but Apple has focused particularly strongly on New York Senate bill 618A.