OK, now we're getting somewhere. Apple confirmed its next press event, where we expect Tim Cook and Friends to formally unveil the next iPhone (iPhone 7, iPhone 6SE, iPhone Super Pro All Star, whatever it's called), and possibly-hopefully-dare-we-say-probably a new Apple Watch. We're stoked.
In less rah-rah news, Apple has also found itself in hot water with the European Commission over the peanuts it pays in corporate taxes in Ireland. Apple of course vigorously denies the charges, but we don't find its explanations so reassuring. This story isn't going anywhere, so we'll keep an eye on it.
Report: Apple could release new Macs in October by Susie Ochs
Get a refurbished 42mm Apple Watch for $199.99 by Rick Broida at CNET
Apple must pay Ireland $14.5 billion in unpaid taxes by Peter Sayer
A Message to the Apple Community in Europe, signed by Tim Cook
Five Years of Tim Cook’s Apple in Charts by Jan Dawson for Beyond Devices
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