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9 Sep
California tech giant Apple launched its new iPhone 14 model on Wednesday, featuring emergency satellite communication and improved cameras. It's Apple's latest push to increase its share of the global smartphone market. Plus, we look ahead to the European Central Bank's announced rate hike and British PM Liz Truss's much-awaited plan to deal with soaring energy bills.
16 Apr
We take a look at a new season of art and exhibitions as Stockholm's "Youseum" offers influencers and selfie enthusiasts a temple for the 21st century's favourite form of self-expression. Meanwhile, a museum in the French city of Rouen says "please do touch the art", as a new show encourages a sensory experience of sculptures on show. Plus, visitors to the Quai Branly in Paris get a chance to plunge themselves into Bamiléké society, with traditional ritual objects and artefacts on display thanks to a Franco-Cameroonian partnership.
12 Sep 2021
The feature had been intended to scan for images of child sexual abuse. But it quickly drew concern over potential misuse as a "backdoor" for hacking and surveillance.
8 Sep 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Wednesday.⁣⁣
25 Feb 2020
Shyam Kumar, an Indian inventor has designed a gun attachment for Apple's iPhone 4 model which allows the holder to fire it with the press of a button.
12 Sep 2019
Why is Apple's new iPhone cheaper?
11 Sep 2019
Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs reports on Apple’s annual product roll-out in Cupertino, California. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
31 Aug 2019
The vulnerability had given attackers access to "almost all of the personal information" on the device. Researchers told DW that only "a very resourceful and determined actor" could execute such a sophisticated attack.
28 Jun 2019
Jony Ive helped bring Apple back from the brink of collapse in the 1990s. He was a close confidant of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and the lead designer for various key projects, most notably the iPhone.
18 Jun 2019
Apple Inc. could be seeing weaker-than-expected demand for its iPhone product line, especially in China, where trade tensions have been weighing down sales, according to analyst projections.
20 Apr 2019
Bob O'Donnell, Technalysis Research president, discusses the implications of Foxconn Technology Group's plan to mass produce Apple's iPhone in India this year. He speaks on "What'd You Miss?"
18 Apr 2019
The race for 5G has forced Apple to end a long-running legal battle with Qualcomm. The iPhone maker had planned to use Intel chips to deliver the next generation wireless technology, but recently it decided to go to the company it was fighting with, Qualcomm.

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