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Spotlight: iPhone's Arro app tells shoppers what to buy

The iPhone Arro app that launched this week tells shoppers which products to buy and which to avoid based on an analysis of online reviews.

Apple's stock takes hit as Wall Street anticipates Galaxy S4 launch

Apple's stock took a dive during mid-morning trading on Friday as investors worried about the launch of Samsung's Galaxy S4 on March 14 in New York, according to Credit Suisse analyst Kulbinder Garcha.

iPad, iPhone theft warrants dedicated cops in NYC

Tell your end users to hold on tight to their Apple devices, particularly if they're in New York. Theft of iPhones and iPads in the Big Apple has become so widespread that the New York Police Department dedicated a team of officers to help recover them, report Jamie Schram and Chuck Bennett at The New York Post.

IDC: Samsung passes Apple in smart connected device race

Samsung raced past Apple to take the pole position in the 2012 smart connected device market, which includes PCs, smartphones and tablets, according to the latest stats from IDC.

Apple's iPhone 5 overtakes Samsung's Galaxy S3 as most popular smartphone

Apple's iPhone 5 beat out Samsung's Galaxy S3 as the most popular smartphone in the fourth quarter of 2012, according to the latest stats from Strategy Analytics.

Apple confirms iOS 6.1 lockscreen glitch, iPhone 4S battery drain persists

Apple has confirmed that iPhones running its iOS 6.1 are vulnerable to a security flaw enabling anyone to bypass the smartphone's lockscreen, granting them access to a number of core device functions.

iOS 6.1 lockscreen bug gives hackers access to contacts, photos, messages

A new security vulnerability discovered in Apple's iOS 6.1 enables anyone to bypass an iPhone's lockscreen, granting them access to a series of core device functions.

Apple pinpoints source of iOS 6.1 Exchange bug, says fix coming

Apple has identified the source of a bug preventing some iPhone and iPad users from syncing their mobile mailbox with Microsoft's Exchange Server 2010, vowing a fix is in the works.

Spotlight: Cheap iPhone? I don't think so, says Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook dismissed the idea that Apple would come out with a cheaper iPhone to compete with the likes of Samsung.

Apple streaming music service rumors rekindled by hidden iOS 6.1 icons

A set of files buried in Apple's new iOS 6.1 mobile operating system update is renewing speculation the company will launch a streaming music service later this year.