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Apple News: Where Might Your Next iPhone Be built?

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It's no secret (except to this guy) that the next iPhone will be built in China, but for years this has meant Foxconn, the mammoth independent manufacturing firm that has been plagued by reports of poor working conditions. Recently, Apple has decreased their dependence on Foxconn and farmed out more manufacturing work to Pegatron, a competitor to Foxconn.


Apple News: Healthy Future for HealthKit

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Apple didn't introduce an iWatch or fitness band at their Worldwide Developers Conference, but they introduced technology to make it easier for others to do so.  HealthKit is a framework for developers and gadget makers that can help them integrate fitness and wearable gear with iOS.  And Apple isn't taking a backseat to see what happens.  They are actively recruiting hospitals and healthcare firms to make the next generation of health products.



Apple Honors Robin Williams on Home Page and in iTunes Store

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Apple is honoring the late Robin Williams with a short tribute on their website and a special section of the iTunes Store featuring his many movies and standup routines. The tribute reads, "We are deeply saddened by the passing of Robin Williams. He inspired us through his passion, his generosity, and the gift of laughter.



Bloomberg: Next iPads Now in Production, Screen to Have Anti-Reflection Coating

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Bloomberg reported Tuesday that Apple's suppliers have now begun manufacturing the next iPad Air and iPad mini. Citing anonymous sources "with knowledge of the matter," the report says that the iPad Air could be announced as early as September, while the mini is expected to be available by the end of the year. In addition, Bloomberg says the new iPads will have an anti-reflection coating on the screen to make it easier to see in bright light.



Your iPhone As Your Hotel Key: Hilton Hotels' Newest Hospitality Initiative

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Photo Credit: Hilton Worldwide

The hospitality world felt the tremors of change take place a couple
of weeks ago with the news that the Hilton company has begun to
implement new technology that will enable anyone with an iPhone
to totally bypass front desk services entirely to check into their
hotel room. The hotel chain recently disclosed a few details about
this plan in preliminary coverage by the Wall Street Journal. The



Apple News: More iPhone 6 Spy Shots

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As we get closer to September 9th, the rumored launch date for the next iPhone, more parts and photos are leaking out.  The latest, from Sonny Dickson, shows a scratched up back casing.  There's a lot to learn from these photos, assuming they're real, of course.  But they do jibe with previous leaks and Sonny has a good record.



Apple News: Save the Date, this time for WWDC 2015

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Last week, we told you to save the date (September 9th) for the next iPhone announcement.  Now comes evidence that developers might want to save a whole week, June 8th - June 12th, for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference.  This isn't much of a stretch, as Apple typically uses that second week in June to hold their WWDC event and introduce their next mobile and desktop operating systems.  About 5,000 lucky raffle-winning attendees get the privilege of paying $1,300 to learn from Apple's experts.



Latest iPhone 6 Rumors: Protruding Camera Lens, iPad-mini-like Styling, More....

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In addition to the rumor last week that the much-anticipated iPhone 6 will be announced September 9, a number of additional details surfaced, nicely summarized by Jonny Evans on the Computerworld website. Macworld UK reported that the new phone will look more like a small version of the iPad mini than the iPhone 5s, with an edge-to-edge display and



The State of Mobile Learning: An Infographic

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Do you think Steve Jobs had any idea of the influence iPads and iPhones would have on education? Read on for a snapshot of the impact iDevices are having on the way we learn.

For more in-depth coverage of the state of mobile education, pick up a copy of the September/October Education issue of iPhone Life magazine at your nearest Barnes and Noble, Walmart, or Best Buy, or purchase the digital edition on Zinio or Apple Newsstand.



Apple News: Mark your Calendar for the iPhone 6 Announcement

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It's almost official. Apple is expected to send out their "save the date" notices, and that date is September 9. The date is almost exactly a year after the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c were announced, on September 10, 2013. Last year, online orders began September 13 with availability on the 20.  In the case of the gold version of the iPhone 5s, availability was extremely limited. 



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