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It's another big sales weekend for Apple as the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hit the street with 10 million devices sold already.
T-Mobile and others report it won't be in stock for several weeks.
Apple's CEO met customers and posed for selfies.
Grey market dealers in Beijing expect unofficial shipments of the iPhone 6 to start arriving in China this weekend
Apple CEO Tim Cook walked a line of hundreds of people queuing up for the new iPhone 6 at the Apple Store in Palo Alto on Friday morning. He shook hands and posed for selfies before swinging open the doors to the store at 8am
Apple is the first smartphone maker to abide by a new California anti-theft law by inserting a "kill switch" into iOS 8, which powers the iPhone 6.
Dealers in Shenzhen are making a business re-selling and refurbishing old Apple iPhones, even as the new Apple iPhone 6 rolls out.
With oversized iPhones in hand, Apple helps Android users make the switch
Unsurprisingly, Apple sold a lot of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices last Friday. And it's going to sell a lot more at 8 a.m. on September 19 at Apple Stores.
Apple mania overwhelms the Internet. Sound familiar?
China won't be among the first markets to sell the iPhone 6
We go hands on with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple’s new smartphones that boast larger screens, higher resolutions and longer battery life.
Apple's announcements lived up to the pre-event hype. Macworld's Christopher Breen and Susie Ochs break down all the news.
We were at Apple's big fall event and got the low-down on the two big-screen iPhones (the 6 and 6 Plus), the company's first smartwatch, and its new phone-based payment system.
A collection of photos from Tuesday's introduction of the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch.