Apple headlines for the week ending Jan. 22, 2016Apple released iOS 9.2.1 and OS X 10.11.3 earlier this past week. While you\u2019re waiting for the updates to install, you can catch up on all the major Apple-related headlines. Just click on the link to get more information.From Macworld\u2019s Oscar Raymundo:The iPhone 5se will mostly retain the original 5 design, including the headphone jack, except it will have iPhone 6-style curved glass edges. This model will also take some key specs from the most recent iPhone line, like an A8 chip, an 8-megapixel camera, and an NFC chip for Apple Pay.\nFrom Macworld\u2019s Nick Mediati:iTunes Radio\u2019s time as a free, ad-supported service is coming to an end. According to BuzzFeed, Apple will discontinue the free version of its Internet radio service and move it behind the Apple Music paywall starting in late January.From Macworld\u2019s Caitlin McGarry:If Apple can challenge pay TV with a more affordable bundle that includes broadcast channels, sports, and even HBO, the Apple TV could usher in the TV revolution that Apple promised and hasn\u2019t yet delivered.\nFrom IDG News Service\u2019s John Ribeiro:The smartphones covered under the order include Samsung\u2019s Admire, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, Galaxy S II Skyrocket, Galaxy S III, and Stratosphere products, which are Samsung\u2019s older smartphones.\n\nAlso: \u2022 Apple\u2019s Siri voice recognition technology target of patent lawsuit (AppleInsider)\u2022 Apple Presses Supreme Court for Appeal Over eBooks Price Fixing (Fortune)From Macworld\u2019s Caitlin McGarry:Apple reports a breakdown of its employees by gender and race to the federal government every year, and its recently released 2015 diversity figures show the company is improving, but its staff is still largely white and male.From Macworld\u2019s Caitlin McGarry:The company reportedly pays Apple a percentage of the revenue it makes from searches on iPhones to keep it that way. In 2014, that percentage amounted to $1 billion, though it\u2019s unclear exactly how the revenue split breaks down.From IDG News Service\u2019s Peter Sayer:The researcher, Doug Bowman, had been a professor of computer science at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and director of its Center for Human-Computer Interaction.\nFrom BuildZoom\u2019s Jack Cookson:The 20,135 square foot visitor center will be complete with glass walls, a 2,386 square foot cafe and a 10,114 square foot store as well as a rooftop observation deck for visitors to admire the spaceship-like campus across the road.\nFrom Macworld\u2019s Susie Ochs:The first center will be in partnership with an unnamed institution in Naples, and will feature an Apple-supplied curriculum that teaches students how to make iOS apps.\n\nAlso: \u2022 Apple plans to set up stores in India (IDG News Service)\u2022 Apple to open facility in Kanata, sources say (Ottawa Business Journal)From The Wall Street Journal\u2019s Georgia Wells:Apple provided the host committee with products and equipment and is a supporter of the host committee, but chose not to have its logo or name included in any of the marketing material.