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Apple Pay adds a dozen new banks and credit unions in several countries

With Apple Pay only launching a bit over 2 years ago now, the amount of growth it’s got is outstanding. Today, the service is adding a dozen new banks and credit unions in the U.S., France, and Australia. Here’s the list: Bank of Central Florida Bankers’ Bank of Kansas BankCherokee Cal Poly Federal Credit Union Citizens Federal Credit…

Apple Music execs talk the future of the service, says it’s an ‘intersection of all things pop-culture’

Music magazine Complex has published a new interview with Apple Music execs Zane Lowe, Bozoma Saint John, and Larry Jackson. The piece mainly focuses on the first year and a half of Apple Music, but the trio also talk about competition such as Spotify and the future of Apple Music. Jackson and Saint John say that Apple Music isn’t just about music….

iPhone 6s battery replacement program may extend to iPhone 6

While Apple is currently running a free battery replacement program for the iPhone 6s, the company may be looking to extend this to its predecessor the iPhone 6, according to Macotakara. The publication is quick to note that this is purely a rumor and is not positive that this will become the case or what the reasoning behind it may be. When the…

Apple honors Martin Luther King Jr Day with homepage quote and photo

Apple is honoring Martin Luther King Jr Day by filling its homepage with a full-page photo and quote. Commit yourself to the noble struggle for equal rights. You will make a greater person of yourself, a greater nation of your country, and a finer world to live in. As per usual, Tim Cook has also tweeted a quote in honor of Dr King. Martin Luther…

Next generation iPhone to feature IP68-rated water resistance

The next generation iPhone will reportedly feature IP68-rated water resistance, via The Korea Herald. The current generation iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus offer IP67-rated water resistance so this would be a step up. In IP68, the “6” means that the iPhone is basically remain dust proof, with “no ingress of dust”and “complete protection against contact.”…

Apple vs. Samsung case reopened by appeals court

And just when everyone thought it was over, the Apple vs. Samsung case based on the iPhone’s design patents has been reopened by the appeals court. This case has now dragged onto its sixth year. The case was originally started because Samsung was accused of infringing on the iPhone’s design. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit…