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  1. Press: Health data being used as evidence in murder investigation
    Health app data from an iPhone is being used as evidence in a rape and murder investigation in Germany, Motherboard reports. Details in the story also point to what may be the first known iPhone 6s… | Jan 12, 2018
  2. Press: Apple faces lawsuit over its throttling of older iPhones
    Days after Apple disclosed that it throttles the performance of its old devices, some iPhone users have filed a class-action lawsuit over the issue. In a highly controversial admission, Apple said this week that it slows… | Dec 26, 2017
  3. Press: Apple slows your iPhone as the battery ages
    As their batteries age, Apple’s software slows them down.  Apple is correct to make its software smart about managing old batteries, which can act unpredictably. Apple is wrong, however, not to make it easy and inexpensive… | Dec 21, 2017
  4. Press: iPhone black screen crashes fixed by software update (Chinese)
    蘋果iPhone系列手機昨(2)日在全球傳出「黑屏轉圈」災情,蘋果官方建議,不必重置設定,應將手機更新至最新軟體版本「iOS 11.2」即可解決相關問題。   | Dec 02, 2017
  5. Press: Product repairs get tougher in new age of obsolescence
    There are many reasons that consumer products are increasingly manufactured in ways that make it nearly impossible to fix them.   A big contributor to the disposability problem is the move by electronics and personal computer… | Aug 01, 2016
  6. Press: Walmart Pay launches on Apple devices
    You now have one more way to pay with your iPhone. Walmart enabled its mobile wallet called Walmart Pay in an update to the Walmart iOS app on Friday, reports Apple Insider. The retail giant… | Apr 26, 2016
  7. Press: American tech giants face encryption fight in Europe
    Silicon Valley’s battle over encryption is heading to Europe. In the United States, the F.B.I.’s demands that Apple help “unlock” an iPhone used by a mass killer in California opened a heated debate on privacy. After recent attacks… | Mar 27, 2016
  8. Press: F.B.I. clash with apple leads to torrent of ways to unlock phone
    Remarks by a federal prosecutor in a court conference call on Monday and a letter from the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey Jr., published on Wednesday indicated a recent flurry of activity behind the scenes… | Mar 24, 2016
  9. Press: In the Apple case, a debate over data hits home
    Despite the fears about terrorism, the public’s concern about digital privacy is nearly universal. A Pew Research poll in 2014 found more than 90 percent of those surveyed felt that consumers had lost control over… | Mar 13, 2016
  10. Press: Apple: The FBI wants to roll back safeguards
    The threat to our personal information is just the tip of the iceberg. Your phone is more than a personal device. In today’s mobile, networked world, it’s part of the security perimeter that protects your… | Mar 07, 2016
  11. Press: Why Apple should hold firm against FBI
    The FBI is dictating that a company write lock-busting software that lessens the worth of its own product. Once this handiwork is done, it could create a digital backdoor that criminals or hackers could exploit. | Mar 05, 2016
  12. Press: Apple’s working to make iPhones even tougher to hack into
    Fearing that the government may be able to order it to bypass security features in newer-model phones, Apple has quietly begun working on enhancements that would prevent the company from updating the software of an iPhone without… | Feb 25, 2016
  13. Press: Government demands Apple unlock 9 more iPhones
    The Justice Department is demanding Apple’s help in unlocking at least nine iPhones nationwide in addition to the phone used by one of the San Bernardino, Calif., attackers. The disclosure appears to buttress the… | Feb 24, 2016
  14. Press: The Apple-FBI fight over privacy vs. security
    Throughout the ongoing fight between Apple and the FBI over custom access to an iPhone used by one of the two terrorists who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, the government has framed the… | Feb 24, 2016
  15. Press: In privacy dispute with U.S. Apple holds the cards
    The battle between Apple and law enforcement officials over unlocking a terrorist’s smartphone is the culmination of a slow turning of the tables between the technology industry and the United States… | Feb 18, 2016
  16. Press: Apple opposes order to unlock Calif. shooter’s phone
    Apple Inc opposed a court ruling on Tuesday that ordered it to help the FBI break into an iPhone recovered from a San Bernardino shooter, heightening a dispute between tech companies and law enforcement… | Feb 17, 2016

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