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Sunday February 19, 2017
Apple May Replace iPhone Home Button with Fingerprint-Scanning Screen
A newly published patent has revealed that mobile tech giant Apple is working on fitting fingerprint scanners beneath the screen of its iPhone, removing the need for a separate home button.

Apple's Original TV Production To Begin Small
Technology giant Apple isn't looking to spark a revolution with its foray into original television production, but rather with modest ambitions that seem to belie the ethos of the tech giant.

AirPods Review: Best Wireless Earbuds for Apple Devices?
When Apple removed the headphone socket from its latest iPhone, part of the rationale was that wireless headphones were coming into the mainstream. And Apple had its own player in this field.

Apple Reversed Its iPhone Slump. But What's Next?
Technology giant Apple has snapped out of the first sales slump in the iPhone's decade-long history, although the modest upturn doesn't mean that it has broken out of its innovation funk.

Apple Releases watchOS Beta with Theater Mode, SiriKit
Released to developers, the beta version of the latest software for the Apple Watch adds new features such as the ability for theater-goers to keep their devices silent and the devices' screens dim.

Qualcomm Hit with More Apple Lawsuits
Chipmaking giant Qualcomm is facing even more accusations in court that its business practices are unfair and anticompetitive, with Apple filing lawsuits in both the United States and China.

Apple Sued for Not Using iPhone Safety Fix It Patented
A California man has launched a class-action lawsuit against technology giant Apple for failing to introduce an iPhone safety feature that would prevent people from texting while driving.

Apple Depicts Qualcomm as a Shady Monopolist in $1B Lawsuit
Tech giant Apple is suing mobile chip maker Qualcomm in a patent fight pitting the iPhone maker against one of its major suppliers. Qualcomm is being depicted as a greedy monopolist in the suit.

Lawsuit Demands Apple Lock iPhones To Stop Texting While Driving
A new class-action lawsuit aims to hold Apple accountable for a number of car accidents caused by distracted drivers using their iPhones. Texting and driving is six times more dangerous than drinking and driving.



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