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Surprise! iPods get the Space Gray treatment too

Space Gray isn't just for iPhones—iPods get it too.

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Apple sneaks in changes to AppleCare+

If you drop your iPhone or iPad, it'll now cost you more to invoke your AppleCare+ coverage. But on the plus side, iPod touch and classic owners can now get in on the AppleCare+ fun.

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Review: iPod Copy Master can't master music management

iPod Copy Master is a $20 application that promises to help you transfer music and playlists from your iOS device to your PC. Unfortunately, it's harder to use than it should be, and its free trial version is too limited to be useful.

Three ways to imagine an Apple 'iWatch'

Speculation is rampant about an Apple smartwatch. Here are three possible concepts.

On the Apple Watch watch

Respected pundits and analysts demand an Apple watch. Chris Breen questions the practicality and purpose of such a device.

Review: CopyTrans makes iOS management easy

CopyTrans lets you manage your iPhone or iPad , backing up its contents to your PC or syncing various iTunes libraries. At $20, it's not cheap, though.

Review: CopyTrans Photo offers pricey iPhone photo management

For the price, CopyTrans Photos should make it a lot easier to import new photos from your phone to your computer.

Review: iCloner offers reliable, but pricey, iPod backups

iCloner offers a neat and easy way to backup your iPod and restores its contents when necessary. But this application is pricey, and its restorations are all or nothing. So is your chance to get it; it'll be gone soon.

Apple unveils discounts on iPads, Macs, more

Apple on Friday announced its one-day discounts for many of its products, including Macs and iPads, for Black Friday.

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Apple manufacturing jobs are not coming back and that's OK

Everything about Apple is as American as apple pie, even its decision to send manufacturing and unskilled-labor jobs to China. What matters more is that Apple products have spawned high-paying jobs for skilled workers in America, writes CIO.com's Tom Kaneshige. That's why the Apple name keeps popping up in this year's presidential election.