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Apple Watch could soon adjust alert volume on iPhone by listening to ambient sounds

The Apple Watch may soon be able to automatically adjust the volume of iPhone alerts based on the sounds the Watch picks up on its microphone, according to a patent application the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published Thursday.

Apple reportedly sets date for iPhone 5se, iPad Air 3 reveal

Apple will reportedly reveal additions to its iPhone and iPad family of products at an event on March 15, according to 9to5Mac.

Spotlight: Apple makes Mac email client Airmail available on iPhone

Apple is making its popular Mac email client Airmail available on the iPhone.

Apple reportedly working on wireless charging that surpasses current competition

Apple is reportedly looking to incorporate wireless charging technology in its mobile devices as early as next year, according to unnamed sources who spoke with Bloomberg.

Safari is crashing for some iPhone and Mac users

Some Mac and iPhone users are reporting a problem that causes Safari to crash when attempting to type in the address bar.

Apple's iPhone and iPad struggles are real

Apple sold 5 million fewer iPads in the quarter ending Dec. 26 compared to a year ago and just barely sold more iPhones. While it still managed to boost revenue, the company is facing some challenges. 

Spotlight: Google paid $1B to Apple in 2014 to keep search bar on iPhones

Google paid Apple $1 billion in 2014 to keep its search bar on the iPhone, according to a transcript of court proceedings from Oracle's copyright lawsuit against Google obtained by Bloomberg.

Rumor has it that iPhone 6c is coming in April next year

Rumor has it that Apple is working on a 4-inch iPhone 6c smartphone that could be released in April 2016.

Spotlight: Apple's stock price loses $160B in value since April

Apple's stock price has lost $160 billion in value since April, primarily due to slow iPhone sales, reported RCR Wireless.

Apple's Cook doubles down on opposition to US government access to encryption

Apple CEO Tim Cook has been in the forefront of opposition to the U.S. government getting a backdoor to encryption used in Apple devices. In an interview aired Sunday evening on CBS's "60 Minutes" news program, he reiterated his opposition, saying that weakening encryption would help criminals and terrorists as well as the government.