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How to trade in your MacBook, macOS desktop, iPhone, or iPad - The Verge

If you want to trade in your Apple device, be it an iPhone, iPad, or Mac computer, we’ve run through the steps required to get the best return back on your investment.

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Top Eight Apps for Music Lovers - TechMoran

Music and gadgets have had an affinity for each other since the very beginning. Think of the old times when music players were first introduced all the way to the iPod. Now our mobile phones can play music for us. What a journey it has been! In current ti

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Anyone Can Spy on You With FaceTime. Here's How to Turn It Off

A new bug allows anyone to listen in on your iPhone and, for now, there's no fix.

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Apple offers glimpse inside audio lab it used to test HomePod, iPhone and iPad speakers | 9to5Mac

Apple gave The Loop a look inside the audio labs the company uses to test speakers for its iPhone and iPad devices, as well as the company’s new HomePod smart speaker which trumpets sound qua…

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Five Apple products that are headed for the scrapheap | ZDNet

As Apple more and more morphs into a smartphone company (albeit a wildly profitable smartphone company), a number of products in the Apple lineup...

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Awesome Hidden Features of iOS 9

Downloaded iOS 9 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? Have you spotted these useful hidden features?

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Did You Know Your iPhone's EarPods Could Do This? | MacTrast

The EarPods that come with the iPhone have some great hidden features that allow you to control your music and phone calls, and can even work with Siri.

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Apple's new iPod touch, iPod nano, & iPod shuffle: which one is right for you?

In a world of iPhones and iPads, iPods nevertheless continue to have a place at Apple, and Wednesday's update of the iPod touch -- plus new colors for the Nano and Shuffle -- raise the question of which iPod, if any, a person should buy.

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BBC News - How random is random on your music player?

Our song. That's the gamble you take when you set your device to "random". Sometimes you get good songs, sometimes you get bad ones. Sometimes you get songs that remind you of someone that was once in your life.

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14 things you didn't know your iPhone headphones could do!

VIDEO: Make life easier. Every iPhone comes with a pair of "EarPods," which are capable of doing a lot more than you think. Make life infinitely easier and learn these 14 things you can do with your pre-packaged iPhone headphones.

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Apple Wins Antitrust Lawsuit Regarding Allegedly Deleted iPod Songs | News | Pitchfork

Jury found that software updates accused of removing songs purchased from rival services actually improved user experience

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Fans scramble for iPod Classic, the music player Apple killed off | Technology | The Guardian

Two months after model discontinued, fans pay up to four times more for last gadgets

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Tim Cook on iPod Classic: 'We Couldn't Get the Parts Anymore' - Mac Rumors

During the Q&A portion of his interview at the WSJ.D conference tonight, Tim Cook was asked about the iPod classic, which was finally...

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25 Songs Everyone Had On Their First iPod

It was on Oct. 23, 2001 that the original iPod first hit the shelves. The product not only revolutionized the music industry and the way we consume music, but also heralded in a new era of consumer electronics. While the idea of buttons, a scroll whe...

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How Much Energy Does Your iPhone (And Other Devices) Really Use?

If you fully drain and charge your iPad every other day it will use about 12 kWh of electricity per year. Source: Electric Power Research Institute

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Apple Designer Jonathan Ive Gives Rare, Remarkable Interview | TIME

Apple's design chief helped transform computing, phones and music. The company's secrecy and Ive's modesty mean he has never given an in-depth interview—until now.