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Wednesday August 24, 2016
Apple Rumor Roundup: New iPhone 7 Colors, 10.5-Inch iPad
With the clock ticking toward Apple's scheduled fall release of the iPhone 7, iOS 10, macOS Sierra and more, the rumor mill about new products and changes by the company is switching into high gear.

Thanks to the iPad, Apple Finally Favored for Business Use
Despite weakening consumer sales for the iPhone and iPad, Apple devices and software have enjoyed a growing presence in biz. iPhones and iPads are the preferred mobile computing devices.

Apple Gets Feds' OK To Start Selling Electricity
Federal energy regulators approved Apple's application to sell electricity at market rates, a move that will allow the company to start reaping the fruits of its $850 million solar power investment.

Apple Is Replacing the Pistol Emoji with a Squirt Gun
As a tech company, Apple doesn't have an obvious stake in the gun control debate. But a recently announced change to its emoji library suggests the Cupertino company is taking a stance on the issue.

Apple Launches Invitation-Only Bug Bounty Program
To date, Apple has resisted calls to offer a bug bounty program. But now it plans to offer cash awards to a select group of security researchers who can identify vulnerabilities in key application areas.

iPhone Sales Decline but Apple's Services Revenue Up from Last Year
As Apple prepares for its next major product launch this fall, the company continues to draw an increasing share of its revenues from services, rather than from sales of devices like the iPhone and iPad.

Apple Watch Sales Down 55 Percent from Last Year
The good news is that most of the people who buy the Apple Watch like it. The bad news is that not as many are buying the device as last year. In fact, Q2 2016 Apple Watch sales were down 55% year over year.

Roundup of New Smartphone News, Rumors and Speculation
Seldom does a week go by without news, rumors and speculation about new phones, but this week was especially busy with chatter about potential new devices from Apple, Motorola and Samsung.

Apple Show 'Planet of the Apps' Seeks Developers To Compete
Tech giant Apple's first crack at original programming will be a reality series called "Planet of the Apps," and it's looking for stars: developers who want exposure for their apps and a chance to win investors.



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