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When will Apple unveil the new MacBook Pro?

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Word on the street is that Apple may unveil its new MacBook Pros at the end of October.

When will Apple unveil the new MacBook Pro?

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Word on the street is that Apple may unveil its new MacBook Pros at the end of October.

Apple’s incredible space campus is almost ready for Earth

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Drone pilot Matthew Roberts just delivered another stunning fly-over of the still-under-construction Apple Campus 2 — often called the “Spaceship Campus.”

The 4K video, shot sometime in September, shows an almost completely covered circle, rising workout and maintenance facilities, a near-complete product launch auditorium, a parking garage that can hold 11,000(!) cars and nearly covered tunnels. There are also a number of adjacent Apple buildings rising along Tantau Avenue.

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Can you really communicate using iMessage art?

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We’re all excited that Apple decided to include drawing capabilities in the new iMessage, but are they really effective for communication?

Indian startup’s ‘Blink’ brings the best features from every smartwatch ever

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An Indian company today announced its take on smartwatches. And it looks impressive.

The Blink is a smartwatch which also doubles as a fitness tracker and brings in the best elements from different smartwatches out there.

No, this iPhone 7 probably didn’t just explode on its own

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An image of a seemingly exploded, badly damaged iPhone 7 surfaced on Reddit Wednesday, and some media outlets (as well as social media) are already comparing this to the seemingly never-ending Samsung Note7 Explodegate.

While we don’t know what really happened to that iPhone 7, chances are the incident is very different to what’s happening to Samsung’s Note7 devices — and there’s a good chance the phone didn’t explode (at least not on its own) at all.

Angry customer casually smashes up iPhones in a French Apple Store

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An angry French customer walked into an Apple Store in Dijon and, armed with a steel ball used in the bowling game p

You can take the new iPhone into the shower, but please don’t

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The best iPhone 7 feature may be its scariest: Apple’s new device is water-resistant, meaning you can take that sucker in the shower with you and scrub away at the ever-thinning line between man and machine.

I tried it and can confirm that the phone will withstand a continued stream of water. You can film footage, type a caption and upload something to Instagram while loofahing your back. I did this, felt immediately, deeply ashamed, and…

Why Africa is the world’s best resource for tech talent

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For tech companies to continue to grow, they need talent. And if one startup has its way, a big chunk of that talent is going to come from Africa.

Robot with sense of touch to allow surgeons to operate remotely

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During keyhole surgery, surgeons typically rely on sight as they remotely control the delicate operation.