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Apple buys first commercial batch of carbon-free aluminium from Alcoa-Rio Tinto venture
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Apple buys first commercial batch of carbon-free aluminium from Alcoa-Rio Tinto venture

Aluminium is carbon-intensive to produce and releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

HCL Infosystems up 18% on plans to distribute Apple products in India
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HCL Infosystems up 18% on plans to distribute Apple products in India

In a regulatory filing on Monday, HCL Infosystems said it has signed an agreement for "distribution of iPhone and other Apple products" with Apple India.

HCL Infosystems in talks to distribute Apple products in India
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HCL Infosystems in talks to distribute Apple products in India

Currently, Apple has distribution tie-ups with companies like Ingram Micro, Redington, Rashi Peripherals and Beetel Teletech in India.

New report states that most Apple leaks originate directly from its employees
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New report states that most Apple leaks originate directly from its employees

A 'leaked' recording of an Apple internal briefing has revealed that most of the times, such leaks originate directly from its employees.

Watch: Apple rules the market with 715 million iPhones currently in use
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Watch: Apple rules the market with 715 million iPhones currently in use

There is a reason why expensive iPhones still rule the smartphone market and why several customers replace their old iPhones with new ones.

Tech in 2016: Here are 5 ways that Apple ruined our future
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Tech in 2016: Here are 5 ways that Apple ruined our future

For better or worse (the latter) Apple is seen as something of a guiding light in the tech industry.

Apple says all services resume after outage
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Apple says all services resume after outage

Apple has said some of its services which suffered an outage, including its App Store, resumed services following a more than two-hour outage on Thursday.

Chinese iPhone factory workers reportedly live in bedbug-infested dorms
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Chinese iPhone factory workers reportedly live in bedbug-infested dorms

An Apple contractor factory in China houses its workers in overcrowded dormitories lined with mould and crawling with bed bugs, a labour watchdog alleged on Thursday.

Six reasons why you don't need the Apple iPod in your life, again
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Six reasons why you don't need the Apple iPod in your life, again

Amidst all the hype regarding the next iteration of the iPhone - purported iPhone 6S and the overwhelming response from fans regarding Apple's venture into the music streaming service with Apple Music, the company made a rather, low key announcement of the Apple iPod – the product which was assumed almost dead for many years now.

TomTom shares jump after Apple renews digital maps contract
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TomTom shares jump after Apple renews digital maps contract

Dutch navigation systems company TomTom NV said Apple Inc would continue to buy its digital maps, giving a vote of confidence that sent the Dutch company's shares more than 7 percent higher to a near six-year high.

Middle class driving iPhone sales in emerging markets, says Tim Cook
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Middle class driving iPhone sales in emerging markets, says Tim Cook

Middle class and first time smartphone buyers in emerging markets such as India and China were among the major drivers of iPhone sales in January-March period with the momentum expected to continue, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said.

Apple's iPad sales continue to fall; Mac is selling strong
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Apple's iPad sales continue to fall; Mac is selling strong

Apple's iPhone was again the company's star in the first three months of the year. The tech giant sold 61 million iPhones, or 40 percent more than in the same period a year ago. That represented about two-thirds of its $58 billion in revenue.

Not the Watch, Apple's iPhones are still the main soul behind company's phenomenal success
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Not the Watch, Apple's iPhones are still the main soul behind company's phenomenal success

The iPhone is still the engine behind Apple's phenomenal success, even if attention lately has been focused on its new smartwatch.

Apple phones most satisfying for US customers: Study
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Apple phones most satisfying for US customers: Study

Apple ranks highest in overall satisfaction among wireless customers of T-Mobile (844) and Verizon Wireless (837) in the US, according to a study.

Apple threatens to ban iPhone, iPad accessory makers who design cases based on leaks
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Apple threatens to ban iPhone, iPad accessory makers who design cases based on leaks

pple seems to be tightening up it's security surrounding future iPhone and iPad models which are unfortunately, susceptible to leaks, thanks to third-party accessory makers.

Apple's next iPad mini could source 'Retina' display from Samsung
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Apple's next iPad mini could source 'Retina' display from Samsung

Apple has been leading the tablet race with its range of iPad offerings. The Wall Street Journal has now reported that the company has plans for a new iPad

Apple looking to acquire company behind Kinect technology
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Apple looking to acquire company behind Kinect technology

Apple is looking to acquire Israeli-based Primesense, a company better known for its work with Microsoft to include its technology in the first ever Kinect for the Xbox 360...

Apple joins other foreign brands in raising prices in Japan
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Apple joins other foreign brands in raising prices in Japan

Apple Inc hiked prices of iPads and iPods in Japan on Friday, becoming the latest and highest-profile brand to join a growing list of foreign firms asking...

Apple's Made-in-USA Macs will be assembled in Texas
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Apple's Made-in-USA Macs will be assembled in Texas

In the coming days Apple products might feature a change in the credentials written on it. It would be “Designed by Apple in Cupertino, Assembled in