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Apple faces yet another lawsuit over throttling iPhones - The Verge

A consumer advocacy group in Europe has filed the latest lawsuit against Apple saying the company intentionally throttled older iPhones in Italy. The suit seeks €60 million in compensation, about €60 per device.

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How to Use ‘Do Not Disturb’ on Your Phone (While Still Letting Important Calls Through)

The bliss of turning off all notifications on your phone doesn’t have to come with the anxiety of potentially missing an important call or text. Here’s how you can have it all.

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The next iPhone may have no fingerprint reader, and other rumors

As the debut of Apple's next iPhones nears, rumors have taken hold. More OLED? Facial recognition? No more fingerprint reader? Here are the rumors and what we make of them.

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How Spy Tech Firms Let Governments See Everything on a Smartphone

The NSO Group sells expensive surveillance tools for criminal and terrorism inquiries, but critics say they are also used to track journalists and rights activists.

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Apple, Cisco Unveil Business Partnership - WSJ

Apple Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. are teaming up to help bring more iPhones and iPads to business users.