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Charlie Rose posts an extended interview with Apple's Jony Ive

CBS' Charlie Rose has posted a lengthy 35-minute interview with Jony Ive.

Apple releases iOS 9.3 beta 5 to registered developers, public testers

The new beta software restores full functionality for the Apple Pencil on the iPad Pro.

The fight over an encrypted iPhone 5c goes to Congress

The next stop for the battle over a backdoor into the iPhone is Congress.

Think different again, as Apple updates the slogan's trademark

On the trademark beat, Apple is updating an old, but popular, slogan.

The AppAdvice tech week in review: the 'iPhone SE' and 9.7-inch iPad Pro

Here's a look back at some of the stories making news during the week that was.

Apple’s new 4-inch handset will now reportedly be called the ‘iPhone SE’

It will likely be unveiled at a special media event sometime next month.

The rumored 'iPad Air 3' will actually be a smaller iPad Pro

The tablet is expected to be unveiled at a media event on March 15.

Apple CEO Tim Cook grants TV interview in fight against FBI over iPhone hacking

Apple has taken its fight against the FBI to a new arena: television.

Siri will finally be making its way to the Mac with OS X 10.12

The software should be unveiled at the annual WWDC in June and arrive to the public this fall.

Watch an animated biography of Steve Jobs on his birthday

What better way to remember Steve Jobs than by enjoying an animated timeline of the man's life?

Apple could claim freedom of speech in battle over iPhone 5c

Could forcing Apple to digitally sign software be a violation of the corporation's freedom of speech?

Protesters gather in 'Don't Break Our Phones' rallies in support of Apple vs. FBI

Protesters have gathered in cities across the U.S. to show their support for Apple in the company’s fight against the FBI.

Apple will restore full functionality to its Pencil in the next iOS 9.3 beta

In the first four beta versions of the software, iPad Pro users couldn't navigate using the stylus.

Half of America wants Apple to unlock an iPhone for the FBI

While opinions vary widely, a slight majority of Americans think Apple should unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernadino terrorists.

A former CIA and NSA director says the US is a ‘safer, more secure’ nation without back doors

In a new interview, retired Gen. Michael Hayden sides with Apple in the encryption debate.

Tim Cook hints at an Apple car in a new interview

The Apple CEO also discusses Apple Pay, iPhone sales, and other important topics.

The AppAdvice tech week in review: Apple in the US government's crosshairs

Here are just a few of the stories that we covered during the week that was.

The Justice Department files a motion compelling Apple to unlock terrorist's iPhone

The FBI is asking Apple to unlock an iPhone of a terrorist behind the San Bernadino, California attacks in late 2015.

The iPad Pro was originally scheduled to ship in spring 2015 with an A8X chip

A new profile takes a look at Johny Srouji, Apple's senior vice president of hardware technologies.

Apple apologizes and releases fix for iPhones bricked by Error 53

The fix is only available to download via iTunes.

Should Apple fight a court order to hack into an iPhone 5c?

The government says it only wants Apple to break into one iPhone 5c, but isn't that a bit too much of a slippery slope?

Preview videos are coming to the Apple TV’s App Store

Like the iOS App Store, each preview video can be between 15 and 30 seconds long.

Apple posts customer letter in response to FBI's iPhone unlocking demand

Apple’s open letter to customers says in no uncertain terms that it is opposing FBI’s order in relation to the San Bernardino case.

Apple Pay will officially arrive in China this week on Thursday, Feb. 18

The huge market is extremely important for the mobile payment system.