Caitlin McGarryStaff Writer, Macworld

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iPhone 6s teardown reveals a smaller battery and heavier display

The iFixit team also figured out how the new iPhones' cameras are so spectacular.


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More users, more ads: Instagram hits 400 million milestone

Instagram isn't slowing down—in fact, it's more popular than ever.

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Fancred's playbook for sports app domination: Live-streaming, real-time scores, and merch

The sports-focused social network is trying to turning itself into a media company.

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These 15 amazing watchOS 2 features make Apple Watch worth buying

Apple Watch needed some software fixes that watchOS 2 delivers.


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Apple pulls infected apps after malware strikes App Store

Apple's walled garden breached after developers take code shortcut.

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Lyft partners with Didi Kuaidi to let you hail a car in China

The partnership allows Lyft expand to China, in a sense, without the regulatory hurdles.

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Apple delays watchOS 2 launch due to bug

iOS 9 will still roll out today as planned.

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Apple says iPhone 6s sales will beat last year's record

The company expects to sell more than 10 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus units on launch weekend.


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New iPhones are here: iPhone 6s and 6s Plus debut with new 3D Touch displays

Apple reinvented the multi-touch display for its new iPhones.


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Meet Specimen, an iOS game that proves you can't see color as well as you thought

Specimen uses art and science to challenge your eyesight—and it's set to a funky groove.

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Hey Siri, give us a hint: Apple's iPhone event is Sept. 9

Siri is playing coy about what to expect at the event, but we have a few ideas.

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Spotify CEO: Sorry about our super creepy new privacy policy

Spotify didn't mean to make it sound like it was forcing you to hand over access to your phone.

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Spotify's new privacy policy gets all up in your business

Sensor data, photos, contacts: Spotify wants it all.

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Apple Music actually has 11 million subscribers, Eddy Cue says

If all of those users start paying up when their free trials end, Apple Music is well on its way to edging out Spotify.