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Apple decorating Bill Graham Civic Auditorium ahead of September 9 iPhone event

Apple decorating Bill Graham Civic Auditorium ahead of September 9 iPhone event

Apple has started decorating the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco where next week’s iPhone event will take place with posters, banners and flags.

Daily App Deals: Grab these limited time discounts on Gangster Granny, Quick Fit – 7 Minute Workout and more (September 4)

Daily App Deals: Grab these limited time discounts on Gangster Granny, Quick Fit – 7 Minute Workout and more  (September 4)

We have some great apps for you today that are discounted for a short duration in the App Store, including Gangster Granny, Quick Fit – 7 Minute Workout and others. Some deals may expire quickly — even on the same day of this post. If there is a discounted app that you like, grab it while it is still on sale.

Apple’s first store in Belgium is opening on September 19

Apple’s first store in Belgium is opening on September 19

Apple today confirmed that it will be opening its first store in Belgium on September 19. The store will be located at Gulden Vliesdaan 26-28 in Brussels. 

The App Store’s ‘Games’ section gets its own curated Twitter account

The App Store’s ‘Games’ section gets its own curated Twitter account

Apple has been turning to social media a bit more as of recent, including showcasing behind-the-scenes looks at Beats 1 radio through Snapchat.

U.S. judge approves $415m settlement in poaching lawsuit involving Apple

U.S. judge approves $415m settlement in poaching lawsuit involving Apple

U.S. district judge Lucy Koh has granted a $415 million settlement to end a poaching lawsuit in which workers accused Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe of conspiring to hold down worker salaries and prevent engineers from taking jobs with rival companies.

Apple adds The Weeknd, Take That, and The Chemical Brothers to this year’s Apple Music Festival

Apple adds The Weeknd, Take That, and The Chemical Brothers to this year’s Apple Music Festival

On August 18, Apple officially announced its latest music festival, this one entitled, appropriately, The Apple Music Festival, which is set to take place between September 19 and September 28.

Report: Apple’s Eddy Cue met with Bill Simmons to discuss exclusive original content

Report: Apple’s Eddy Cue met with Bill Simmons to discuss exclusive original content

It seems Apple’s plans to produce original content aren’t exclusive to TV, with sources reporting the Cupertino company’s Eddy Cue recently discussed an exclusive podcast partnership with former ESPN star Bill Simmons.

Apple and Cisco partner up to create ‘fast lane’ for enterprise customers

Apple and Cisco partner up to create ‘fast lane’ for enterprise customers

It’s been over one year since Apple and IBM announced a partnership that would put a bigger focus on iOS and the enterprise. Looks like Apple wasn’t quite done in that department, though.

iOS malware ‘KeyRaider’ helped hackers steal over 250,000 Apple accounts from jailbroken devices

iOS malware ‘KeyRaider’ helped hackers steal over 250,000 Apple accounts from jailbroken devices

Recently, we reported that a Chinese security website, WooYun, had found that upwards of 220,000 iCloud accounts and passwords had been stolen through jailbroken iPhones. At the time, there was little information going around as to the details of the attacks.

Apple hires lead Microsoft HoloLens audio engineer; suggests augmented reality product in the works

Apple hires lead Microsoft HoloLens audio engineer; suggests augmented reality product in the works

According to Piper Jaffray’s analyst Gene Munster, Apple could possibly be working on its own augmented reality technology. The analyst has heard whispers of Apple working some kind of augmented reality device from within the industry.