Apple headlines for the week ending Jan. 29, 2015The rumor mill worked overtime this past week. We heard rumors about iPhones coming out this year and the upcoming iPad Air 3. But we also heard speculation about the Apple car, Apple making original TV shows for Apple TV, ATM support for Apple Pay, and Apple getting into virtual reality. To catch up on all rumors and actual news, check out the headlines in this slideshow. Click on the link to get more information.From Macworld\u2019s Caitlin McGarry:Apple says currency plays a huge part in the revenue slowdown. The U.S. dollar is particularly strong right now, making every non-U.S. dollar spent worth just 85 cents.From Macworld\u2019s Caitlin McGarry:Apple is exchanging affected adapters with redesigned versions for free. How to tell if you have a recalled adapter: It a two-pronged wall plug and the inside slot of the adapter has either four characters, five, or none at all. The redesigned versions have a 3-letter regional code in that slot.From MacRumors\u2019 Tim Hardwick:Users with an iTunes Match subscription are also no longer able to access the stations. However, Apple\u2019s Beats 1 radio channel remains available to iTunes users worldwide as a free listening option.\nFrom Macworld\u2019s Oscar Raymundo:The dual-camera would make it possible for the iPhone 7 to take DSLR-quality photos by incorporating the LinX camera technology that Apple acquired last year.\n\nAlso: \u2022 Wireless charging reportedly coming to next year\u2019s iPhone (Macworld)\nFrom 9to5Mac\u2019s Mark Gurman:This new iPad with a 9.7-inch screen, presumably to be called the \u201ciPad Air 3,\u201d will be launched alongside the a new 4-inch iPhone known as the \u201ciPhone 5se\u201d and a series of new Apple Watch models.From The Wall Street Journal\u2019s Daisuke Wkabayashi:Steve Zadesky, a 16-year Apple veteran who has been overseeing its electric-car project for the last two years, has told people he is leaving the company\u2026A person familiar with the matter said Mr. Zadesky\u2019s departure was for personal reasons and wasn\u2019t related to his performance.\n\nAlso: \u2022 Apple\u2019s \u2018Project Titan\u2019 at crossroads, team in hiring freeze, source says (AppleInsider)\nFrom Macworld\u2019s Susie Ochs:Wells Fargo says it\u2019s first working on connecting its ATMs to Android Pay, but \u201cthat doesn\u2019t limit us from considering other mobile wallets.\u201dFrom Macworld\u2019s Susie Ochs:Apple\u2019s SVP Eddy Cue is taking meetings in Hollywood looking for exclusive content deals for iTunes. Since the long-rumored streaming bundle of channels has reportedly been put on hold, Apple\u2019s new focus could be working with creators to make new shows you\u2019ll only be able to see on iTunes.\nFrom Macworld\u2019s Oscar Raymundo:Apple has reportedly being testing a secret VR headset prototype for months now. To be successful, Apple\u2019s VR headset would have to rival Facebook\u2019s Oculus Rift, HTC\u2019s Vive, Samsung\u2019s Gear VR, and Microsoft\u2019s mixed-reality HoloLens.\nFrom Macworld\u2019s Oscar Raymundo:Details on how this \u201csubscription mechanism\u201d might actually work were not revealed. One option is that Apple would support paywall credentials from different publishers, meaning that readers would have to sign-in individually to access their paid-subscriptions.From Fast Company:[Ahrendts:] I see [Apple Store employees] as executives in the company who are touching the customers with the products that Jony [Ive] and the team took years to build. Somebody has to deliver it to the customer in a wonderful way.\u201d\nFrom Bloomberg\u2019s Eric Newcomer and Adam Santariano:Apple Inc. said it acquired education-technology startup LearnSprout, which creates software for schools and teachers to track students\u2019 performance. Apple is working on education tools for the iPad, which will allow students to see interactive lessons, track their progress, and share tablet computers with peers.From Bloomberg\u2019s Susan Deck and Dennis Robertson:The dispute is over secure networks, known as virtual private networks, through which a website owner can interact with customers or an employee can work at home and access company files. Apple\u2019s FaceTime video-calling feature also is accused of infringing VirnetX patents.From Silicon Valley Business Journal\u2019s Nathan Donato-Weinstein:If completely built out as office space, 4.15 million square feet could support 16,000 employees \u2014 though corporate space utilization depends on many factors, and R&D often uses fewer employees per square foot.From AppleInsider\u2019s Roger Fingas:Apple has repeatedly insisted that it follows the law and pays everything it owes. The company is known, however, to have used loopholes in Irish tax law to pay 2.5 percent or less on billions in profits funneled through the country. Ireland\u2019s normal corporate tax rate is 12.5 percent.