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Many Apple customers complained online when Apple removed legacy connectors in the devices in favor of USB-C and pricey adapters.
iFixit found it difficult to remove its battery and other parts when it tore apart a new standard MacBook Pro 13 with function keys, and so gave it a score of 2 on a scale of 10 for ease-of-repair.
A pilot project with car-sharing service Getaround in San Francisco will test the system, which uses smartphone apps instead of keys.
Sweden-based Starbreeze is beefing up its virtual reality offerings through the $7.75 million acquisition of Nozon.
DirecTV Now, which was announced in March, will have more than 100 channels and is aimed at people who have no pay TV services.
NEWS ANALYSIS—Yes, the new machines are lighter, thinner and faster, say analysts, but game-changing innovations were left out.
The $499 Allie 360 camera captures video in 360-degree format and can be set up to share video on social media via live streaming.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple's new MacBook Pro machines are thinner, lighter, faster; Qualcomm to pay $47 billion for chip maker NXP; BlackBerry Launches Its Licensed DTEK60 Android Smartphone; and there's more.
The $50 plan, Cricket's most popular mobile deal, previously included only 5GB of high-speed data per month.
Apple's new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros feature a customizable Touch Bar, which reacts to applications, and have Touch ID capabilities.
The 347,000 postpaid net adds for Q2 is double Q1's 173,000 postpaid net adds and five times the 62,000 postpaid net adds of Q2 in 2015.
Sales of iPhones in Q4 fell to 45.5 million from 48 million in 2015, but are up from Q3 when only 40.4 million iPhones were sold.