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Is Cupertino slowing Apple Pay growth by charging too much?
Could Cupertino's share of interchange fees could be slowing the growth of Apple Pay?
| August 17
Some great iOS games by developers from down under are free for Australia Day
A handful of acclaimed iOS games by developers based down under have just gone free apparently in celebration of Australia Day.
| January 25
Apple's 'App Store' trademark appeal goes down in Australia
Apple’s appeal to trademark the term “app store” in Australia has been dismissed.
| December 3
Apple's iTunes Pass launches in the United States and Australia
Apple's iTunes Pass is in the process of rolling out internationally.
| July 17
Apple's iPhone trade-in program goes down under, offers up to $250 in Australia
Apple has just gone down under with its iPhone trade-in program.
| July 15
AppAdvice International: Canada To Get Wi-Fi Calling, Price Hikes In South Africa
This week we're talking Rogers Wireless, Australia's retail staff, and South Africa's App Store pricing.
| June 10
Australian Retail Employees Sign A New 4-Year Contract With Apple
Apple has published a new four-year contract which has recently been signed by its retail staff in Australia.
| June 6
Apple Reacts To 'Ransomware' Incident Supposedly Caused By iCloud Hacking
Apple denies that iCloud was compromised during the incident that caused Mac and iOS devices to be remotely locked for ransom.
| May 28
Hackers Seek Ransom After Remotely Locking Mac And iOS Devices In Australia
A number of Mac and iOS users in Australia have found their Apple devices hacked for ransom.
| May 27
AppAdvice International: Stonehenge, Strong Sales, iTunes Connect And More
This week's AppAdvice International takes us to Stonehenge, Europe, Japan, Australia, and Brazil.
| April 29
Strong iPhone 5s Sales See Apple Regain Market Share In Europe, Japan And Australia
Apple's iPhone 5s has helped Cupertino secure bigger shares of several international smartphone markets.
| April 28
AppAdvice International: Tax In Britain, The Maps App, China Mobile And More
This week's edition of AppAdvice International takes us to Britain, Australia, China, Canada, and more.
| March 25
AppAdvice International: iOS 7.1, Canada, Belgium And More
This week we're talking iOS 7.1, Canada's iPhone trade-in program, Belgium, and more.
| March 11
News360 Goes International With New 'Editions' For Britain, Australia And Canada
News360 has gone international thanks to a recent update.
| March 7
AppAdvice International: Siri, Brazil And Scotland Yard's Tablet Investment
This week's edition of AppAdvice International takes us to London, Brazil, and iOS 7.1 beta.
| February 11
Look Who's Talking: Siri To Get More 'Natural Sounding' Voices In iOS 7.1
In iOS 7.1, international users should find that Siri sounds more like a real person.
| February 5
AppAdvice International: Carrier Takeovers, Phablet Demand And iTunes Radio
This week's edition of AppAdvice International takes us to Britain, China, and into the iOS 7.1 Settings app.
| January 28
Apple To Add Siri Gender Option For International Users In iOS 7.1
It looks like international users with be able to alter Siri's gender in iOS 7.1.
| January 21
AppAdvice International: China Mobile, Brisbane's Retail Store And Black Sabbath
This week's edition of AppAdvice International takes us to China, Australia, and the iTunes Store.
| January 21
Apple's Flagship Brisbane Retail Store Opens Its Doors To The Public
Apple's Brisbane Retail Store has opened its doors to the general public.
| January 18
Ahead Of Launch, Images Of Brisbane's Flagship Apple Retail Store Surface Online
We can now take a look inside Brisbane's new Apple Retail Store ahead of schedule.
| January 15
AppAdvice International: The Woz, China, Brisbane And Britain
This week we're discussing Steve Wozniak in China, 4G LTE in the Channel Tunnel, and a new Apple Retail Store in Brisbane, Australia.
| January 14