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Report: Apple to accept damaged iPhones for upgrades, installing screen protectors in stores

Apple is preparing to launch a trade-in program for damaged iPhones and will soon offer to install screen protectors on the handsets in its retail stores, according to a report from  9to5Mac.

Jury orders Apple to pay $625M to VirnetX in patent case

Apple was ordered to pay more than $625 million to VirnetX Holding Corp. after an East Texas jury ruled the iPhone maker had infringed on four patents.

iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV drive record revenue for Apple in fiscal Q1

Apple reported quarterly revenue of $75.9 billion and quarterly net income of $18.4 billion in the fiscal year 2016 first quarter, thanks in part to its record-breaking iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV sales. Here are the details.

Gartner: Apple and Samsung were top semiconductor buyers in 2015

Samsung Electronics and Apple remained the top semiconductor buyers in 2015, representing 17.7 per cent of the market according to Gartner.

Apple urges FCC to spike rules for universal compliance with hearing aids

Apple is urging the FCC not to adopt rules that would require universal compatibility between hearing aids and wireless devices and technologies.

Apple reportedly developing new wireless charging technology

Apple is helping to develop new technology that would enable devices to be charged wirelessly from further away than current charging mats, according to Bloomberg.

Analysts: Smartphone shipments broke records in 2015 despite slowest-ever growth in Q4

Analysts revealed that global smartphone shipments hit record highs in in 2015 despite growth in the fourth quarter slowing to an all-time low.

Juniper Research: Connected car entertainment revenue to reach $600M in 2020

The adoption of connected in-vehicle infotainment systems will produce revenues exceeding $600 million (€550 million) in 2020, representing a 10-fold increase on this year.

With iPhone sales expected to fall for the first time ever, Apple touts services revenue

Apple enjoyed yet another record quarter for iPhone sales, and its quarterly profits and earnings per share easily beat Wall Street estimates. But sales growth for the smartphone maker appears to have plateaued, and iPhone unit sales are expected to fall for the first time during the current quarter.

On the topic of encryption, it's AT&T's Randall Stephenson vs. Apple's Tim Cook

AT&T CEO Randall Stevenson said Congress should determine U.S. policies regarding encryption rather than tech companies, The Wall Street Journal reported. Stevenson, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, broke stride with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who has repeatedly objected to criticism of the encryption being used in iPhones.