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  • Can Apple maintain its shine?

    For many investors, Apple's best days are behind it. Competitors are catching up, they believe, and the latest iPhone is stumbling.


  • Analyst: Apple could pay for Brazil iPhone brand

    Apple Inc. likely will have to pay a Brazilian company for the right to use the iPhone brand in Latin America's biggest country, a Brazilian telecommunications analyst said Thursday.


  • New Maps app is rare Apple flub

    With a touch of geek whimsy, Google Maps warns anyone who seeks walking directions to Mordor _the land of evil in "The Lord of the Rings"_ to use caution. "One does not simply walk into Mordor," it says. Apple is finding this week that creating an alternative to Google Maps isn't a simple walk, either.


  • Apple: iPhone 5 preorders topped 2M in 24 hours

    Apple says that advanced orders iPhone 5 topped 2 million in 24 hours, more than double the amount of iPhone 4S advance orders.


  • How iPhone availability has grown in US

    The first few iPhones were available in the U.S. only through AT&T. Verizon Wireless broke AT&T's exclusive grip on the iPhone last year, and other phone carriers have since started selling it as well.


  • APPLE LIVE: Map app, Facebook integration at Apple

    New iPhone and Mac software and updated Mac computers were among the highlights Monday at Apple Inc.'s annual conference for software developers. The updates include Apple's own mapping service, better integration with social networks and an improved virtual assistant in Siri.


  • New Apple mobile software gets maps, Siri updates

    Most of Apple's mobile devices will get a new operating system this fall, including a different mapping service and a built-in bond with Facebook.


  • APPLE LIVE: New Mac, mobile updates at Apple show

    New iPhone and Mac software and updated Mac computers were among the highlights Monday at Apple Inc.'s annual conference for software developers. The updates include Apple's own mapping service, better integration with social networks and an improved virtual assistant in Siri.


  • Cricket gets prepaid iPhone

    Leap Wireless International Inc., the parent of the Cricket cellphone service, on Thursday said it will be the first mainland U.S. phone company to sell recent iPhone models on a prepaid, no-contract basis.


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