Rumor has it that new iPads are already being tested in the wild, and could show up as early as next week. Apple puts an end to Genius training in Cupertino. Apple nixes apps that use Rollout. 2016 13" MacBook without Touch Bar hits the Refurbished Store. Proton Mac trojan on sale for $50k. Apple says many CIA Vault 7 iPhone hacks have been patched. Apple security hires Jonathan Zdziarski. Pandora Premium competes with Apple Music. Nintendo Switch vulnerable to Apple's WebKit hack.
- Rene's Pick: Pi Fest
- Andy's Pick: Panasonic Lumix LX10
- Kelly's Picks: Aukey Ultra Compact Wall Charger and App Camp for Girls
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- Apple Expected to Announce New Products as Soon as Next Week, Supply Chain Sources Say
- New iPad models being tested around Cupertino, logs show
- Apple Retail Ends Genius Training in Cupertino, Moves to In-Store Web Seminars
- Apple Adds 2016 MacBook Pro Without Touch Bar to Refurbished Store
- Apple Hires iPhone Security Expert Jonathan Zdziarski
- Apple Says Many of the CIA's Alleged iPhone Hacks Have Already Been Patched
- 'Proton' Mac trojan has Apple code-signing signatures, sold to 'customers' for $50K
- Michael Tsai - Blog - Apple Rejecting Apps That Use Rollout
- Pandora Premium: the original music streaming giant is ready for prime time - The Verge
- FBI says it can't release iPhone hacking tool because it might still be useful
- Apple's Carpool Karaoke Will Include Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams From Game of Thrones
- Nintendo Switch Vulnerable to Hacking Through Outdated Version of Apple's WebKit Browser Engine