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Australian teen who hacked Apple showed 'high degree of skill and persistence'

Australian teen who hacked Apple showed 'high degree of skill and persistence'

The now-adult defendant, who was 16 at the time the hacking began, will be sentenced later this month.

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The iPhone XS and XS Max: Bigger Is Now Definitely Better
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Opinion

The iPhone XS and XS Max: Bigger Is Now Definitely Better

The iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max may be making me a convert to bigger smartphones.

  • by Brian X. Chen
Crunch time: Trump and China test investor faith in Apple
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Analysis

Crunch time: Trump and China test investor faith in Apple

The largest Australian shareholder in Apple remains bullish on the world's most valuable company - but is concerned it could be the victim of a trade war between the US and China.

  • by John McDuling
Apple's new phones shine, but Trump could take gloss off its future
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Apple's new phones shine, but Trump could take gloss off its future

Amid all the excitement about the tech giant's latest gadgets, CEO Tim Cook could be forgiven for having some concerns about the global economy in the back of his mind.

  • by John McDuling
Apple unveils the $2369 iPhone, and a watch grandparents will love
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Opinion

Apple unveils the $2369 iPhone, and a watch grandparents will love

We have just received fresh insights into how the trillion dollar company plans to keep growing.

  • by John McDuling
Trump wants Apple to make iPhones in the US. There is just one problem
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Trump wants Apple to make iPhones in the US. There is just one problem

Would you pay double for your iPhone to know it was being made in the US?

  • by Jefferson Graham
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Apple warns Trump's China tariffs will boost its product prices
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Apple warns Trump's China tariffs will boost its product prices

The iPhone maker says US tariffs on products imported from China will raise prices for some of its most popular goods such as the Apple Watch.

  • by Mark Gurman
Apple sets date for its most important day of the year
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Apple sets date for its most important day of the year

Apple has announced an event for September 12, where it is set to unveil its latest iPhones. A couple of hours later, supposed images of two of the new devices appeared online.

Apple's Tim Cook set for $163m share windfall after rally
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Apple's Tim Cook set for $163m share windfall after rally

Barring a major share price collapse, Apple chief Tim Cook is set to cash in again.

Blackmagic transforms MacBooks into mobile movie-makers
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Blackmagic transforms MacBooks into mobile movie-makers

CEO of Melbourne-based graphics giant BlackMagic Design on its partnership with Apple, and why it won't make users pay a subscription to use DaVinci Resolve.

  • by Peter Wells
Computer virus cripples iPhone chipmaker's plants

Computer virus cripples iPhone chipmaker's plants

A computer virus halted several Taiwanese semiconductor maker's factories, a severe disruption as it ramps up chipmaking for Apple's next iPhones.