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“I’m the type of person who doesn’t really hide anything." Happy Birthday, Lindsay Lohan! Photo by Michael Thompson; W Magazine April 2005.

Apple To Abandon Headphone Jack? Beats Deal Suddenly Makes Sense

<i>[Editor's note: The original headline stated as fact that Apple was abandoning the headphone jack. This is informed opinion, so we added a question mark.]</i><p>Suddenly why Apple spent a seemingly ludicrous $3.2 billion buying Beats is starting to make sense. The reason: Apple is being more Apple than we …

Beats acquisition made Apple “cooler” and more popular with students, says survey

When speculating on why Apple had acquired Beats, I wondered whether Beats’ fashionability in the youth market might be a factor. A survey of college students by Chegg suggests the answer may be yes. <i>Re/code</i> reports that the 10,000 students surveyed thought the deal was good for Apple’s image.<p>Half …

Sunday Tips: 10 Quick iPhone Tips, Part 2

It’s the second part of our roundup of 10 great, quick tips for your iPhone, some of which you probably don’t know about yet. Make sure to check last week’s five tips.


Apple’s crusade to keep Samsung phones off the shelves wages on

If you thought that round two of Apple vs. Samsung was the end, you are sadly mistaken.<p>Although Apple recently won $119 million in a second victory against Samsung in patent court, that modest figure is nowhere near enough to make Apple back down. Not only is Apple seeking a retrial, but it wants …

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Two latest iPad ads put Apple’s incredible storytelling talents on display

Apple’s two latest ads in its expanding ‘Your Verse’ campaign tout the iPad as a content creation tool and instrumental part of the creative process. Calling them merely “ads” doesn’t actually do them justice, as they are much fuller stories than 30-second TV spots on Apple’s website.<p>Called …