CNBC says that Apple has bought LinX, an Israeli camera tech company, for about US$20 million. The company, according to its website, "brings revolution to mobile photography" and introduces "amazing new features on handsets, tablets, and ultra-books." In 2014, LinX said it had "successfully develop

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Slice Intelligence estimates that 957,000 people in the U.S. pre-ordered an Apple Watch on Friday, the first day the watch was available for sale.
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According to TrendForce's latest research, the global smartphone shipments for the first quarter of 2015 reached 291.2 million units, a drop of 9.2% compared with the prior quarter. Samsung and Apple still dominate the market. The decline, which was larger than the initial estimation, was attributed

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We can't cover everything at Apple Daily Report so here's our list of "10 Recommended Articles" of Apple news you should read today. "Apple's new MacBook bears first fruits of Anobit acquisition with new in-house SSD controller" — AppleInsider "Murphy's Law and the new MacBook: We had setup hassles,

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Apple is "in negotiations with Canada’s six biggest banks about a potential November launch" of Apple Pay, according to the Wall Street Journal. As in the U.S., both credit and debit cards would be supported.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook has the best pay-for-performance rating of any chief executive officer on the Bloomberg Pay Index, the first daily ranking of the highest-paid U.S. executives.
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Apple has filled the shoes of former PR chief Katie Cotton, as the company's Leadership webpage now lists former interim communications chief, Steve Dowling, as vice president of Communications (as noted by AppleInsider).
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