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Apple is purging hundreds of thousands of apps from the App Store

It may be the end of summer, but that isn’t stopping Apple from doing a bit of spring cleaning. Tomorrow, coinciding with the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the company will begin purging the App Store of apps that it considers to be deceptive or out-of-date, which could potentially be hundreds of thousands of apps. The apps will be put on death row, and their developers will be given thirty days to update them or else they’ll be permanently removed from the App Store. However, even if an app is deleted from the App Store, users who have…

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Images of Apple's first Lightning-based EarPods have been leaked

While we don’t have an official confirmation, numerous reports over the last few months have claimed that Apple will be ditching the 3.5mm audio jack in favor of a Lightning port for the next iPhone. NowhereElse published the latest such report on Wednesday, which actually came with pictures of what’s alleged to be the iPhone EarPods that’ll come with the next iPhone. The alleged EarPods look exactly like the ones available today, except that they have a Lightning plug. 2016 will go down in iPhone history as the year Apple killed…

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Apple responds to Spotify's accusations of being anti-competitive

Owning the App Store means that Apple has the power to control the success of apps released on iOS, and owning Apple Music means the company has a good reason to do just that. Doing so would be illegal, of course, but there are a number of ways to be anti-competitive without people catching on. While there’s no evidence that Apple does this, Spotify claims that the company is preventing Spotify from updating its iOS app in an effort to stifle it. Naturally, Apple has denied these accusations, and claims that Spotify is simply being subjected…

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Spotify is accusing Apple of using its power to hinder its competition

The problem with Apple releasing its own music-streaming service is that it now has to compete with existing services like Spotify without using its control over the iOS ecosystem to hinder the competition. There haven’t been many issues in this regard, but after preventing Spotify from releasing an update for its iOS app, Apple is now being accused of exhibiting “a troubling pattern of behavior” that Spotify considers to be anti-competitive. Apple Music competitor Spotify has accused Apple of rejecting an update to its official…

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China is forcing Apple to monitor and report App Store users

By giving people a place to freely express themselves, and allowing them to find and communicate with similarly-minded people, the Internet serves as the perfect place for opposition and resistance movements to form. That’s why the Chinese government has been trying to monitor and control as much online activity as it can, especially since Xi Jinping came into power back in 2012. Its most-recent effort in this regard comes in the form of new laws that require app store owners to monitor their users and report their activity to the…

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The iPhone has been named the "Most Influential Gadget of All Time"

On Tuesday, TIME released its list of the “50 Most Influential Gadgets of All Time,” which it describes as being technology “that forever changed the way we live, work, and play.” Considering how we live in a mobile-first world, it’s no surprise that a significant chunk of the gadgets are some form of mobile device, and as I’m sure most of us saw coming, the iPhone was listed as the number one most influential of all the gadgets.  Think of the gear you can’t live without: The smartphone you constantly check. The camera that goes with you…

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Apple's new patent could put an end to autocorrect mistakes

Autocorrect is incredibly useful when it works, but when it doesn’t work, it can cause problems that are always annoying, often amusing, and occasionally horrifying. I’m sure we’ve all had to send the “Whoops, damn autocorrect” text at least once in our lives, probably numerous times, but Apple has a new patent that might be able to fix the problem. It’s actually a rather simple solution that highlights autocorrected words in the same way it highlights misspelled words in an effort to make the sender double check to make sure…

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