Apple headlines for the week ending Jan. 8, 2016Most of the tech news this week came in the form of product announcements from the \nConsumer Electronics Show. But there were a lot of Apple-related headlines, too. Did you miss them in the CES barrage? Don\u2019t worry. All the important Apple-related news stories are in this slideshow. Just click the link to get more information.From Fast Company\u2019s Mark Sullivan:As has been rumored, our source confirms that the new phone will rely on its Lightning cable port for sound output to wired headphones. That port has been used for power and data transfer in recent iPhones. Users can also use wireless headphones.From Macworld\u2019s Oscar Raymundo:Apple has registered the top level domains for apple.car, apple.cars, and apple.auto. These domain registrations suggest Apple might use these websites to debut its much-rumored electric car.From Car and Driver\u2019s Eric Dingwall:\u201cWe wanted to demonstrate wireless CarPlay and the owner of CarPlay technology didn\u2019t allow us to,\u201d Volkmar Tannerberger, head of electrical and electronic development at Volkswagen, told Car and Driver.From Macworld\u2019s Ian Paul:The company raked in $1.1 billion from app sales and in-app purchases between December 20, 2015 and January 3, 2016. More than $144 million of that revenue came in on New Year\u2019s Day, which Apple says was the biggest day of sales in App Store history.Also: \u2022 \nApp Store reached estimated $6.4 billion of Apple\u2019s revenue during 2015 (AppleInsider)From IDG News service\u2019s John Ribeiro:Apple is expected to reduce production of its latest iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models by about 30 percent in the first quarter, although it had initially told component makers to keep production of these models for the quarter at the same level as for the earlier versions iPhone 6 and 6 Plus a year earlier.From Business Insider\u2019s Eugene Kim:Cook made roughly $10.3 million in total compensation in Apple\u2019s most recent fiscal year, slightly more than the $9.2 million he pulled in the year before. That includes a base salary of $2 million and security expenses worth $209,151.From IDG News Service\u2019s Katherine Noyes:Apple has reportedly acquired artificial-intelligence startup Emotient, giving it access to technology that could one day imbue its devices with the ability to \u201cread\u201d people\u2019s emotions through their facial expressions.From Mashable\u2019s Alicia Tan:With the lunar new year just weeks ago, Apple is ready for the Year of the Monkey. It\u2019s releasing its Apple Watch Sport model in two new finishes \u2014 yellow gold aluminium and silver aluminium \u2014 and is pairing them with bold red straps, for good luck.From The Associated Press:The agreement is based on a 1965 German law that allows consumers to make private copies of sound, images or texts in return for a small levy on the device.From AppleInsider\u2019s Mikey Campbell:A number of white papers were repeatedly accessed from multiple IP addresses assigned to Apple, though users masked their identities by providing false form information. Valencell claims to have positively identified seven individuals, all of whom played a part in designing Apple Watch\u2019s heart rate sensor.From Reuters\u2019 Jessica Toonkel:Live-streaming is becoming increasingly popular as more consumers cancel their cable subscriptions, a practice known as cord-cutting. Winning a partnership with the NFL to live-stream one or all three games would be a big victory for a technology company.From Macworld\u2019s Oscar Raymundo:Apple has filed a permit to double the size of its data centers in Reno, Nevada. The proposed data center site will be adjacent to Apple\u2019s Project Mills campus, an existing data center site in Reno Technology Park.From The Motley Fool\u2019s Chris Neiger:The boost in shipment volumes made Apple the combined regions\u2019 firth largest vendor in the third quarter, but it doesn\u2019t come anywhere close to dominating the domain. Samsung leads the pack with a nearly 50% market share, while Apple holds just 3.9%.From Business Insider\u2019s Julie Bort:In Apple\u2019s 2015 Supplier Responsibility report, it said that it found 16 cases of underage labor at six facilities out of 633 audits covering 1.6 million workers.