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# Apple

All time
# keep the change
Why will the new iPhone cost more in Ireland than in the US?
There was quite a reaction to the new iPhone’s price tag of $999.
# Disruption
'We didn't realise it would be this bad': Cork locals protest against Apple's building works
Noise, dust and the size of the building itself has locals worried about Apple’s latest development.
# a grand phone
Fancy the new iPhone X? Prices are going to start at €1,179
Will you be buying it?
# apple slices
Apple has cut the iPod nano and shuffle from its lineup
The electronics were first made available in 2005.
# the schemes of athenry
There's now huge concern that planning delays will scupper Apple's €850m plans for Galway
The outcome of a judicial review of the plans has been put back until October.
# hold me tender
Ireland is looking for someone to hold onto the €15 billion from Apple's tax bill
The State is appealing the bill but will still need to collect the money first.
# jobs for the lads
LeBron James made the Cavs watch an inspirational Steve Jobs speech before their epic finals comeback
Time to get the tape out again.
# thanks a lot steve jobs
Apple's latest innovation is a round pizza box and we're not sure how to feel about it
If it’s not broken, don’t fix it.
# NightSkies
Wikileaks releases CIA hacks of Apple devices (that users can't undo)
Security experts say the exploits are plausible, but suggest they pose little threat to typical users as they require physical access to devices.
# watch your spending
Here are the new updates Apple announced this morning
Apple just announced a load of new products today.
Opinion: 'Tax isn't just an expense, it's a societal good and an investment in all our futures'
It’s time that the Irish government and multinationals start to reconsider their attitudes about tax, writes Sorley McCaughey.
# very smart tvs
TVs used to spy on people? Tech industry keen to reassure public following Wikileaks hack
Apple, Microsoft and Samsung have all said they’re looking into the report.
# rockin' cashless
Apple Pay is now available in Ireland
You can now tap your iPhone like a contactless card.
# u-turn
Apple is changing the iPhone's charging port again
The switch to a USB-C port would put the Apple product on par with others across the industry.
# expensive apples
'Our rights were breached': Here's how Apple will fight the EU's €13bn Irish tax ruling
The tech giant has been ordered to hand over the huge sum for illegal state aid.
# State Aid
Ireland spent €440k on a report defending Apple months before the EU's scathing tax ruling
But European officials said the unsolicited report from PwC ‘misinterpreted’ the relevant rules.
# Tim Cook
'It's killing people's minds': Apple boss Tim Cook on 'fake news'
Cook said governments should introduce a public information campaign.
# pricey apples
How much has Ireland's Apple tax appeal cost so far? €1.8m and counting
Michael Noonan today stepped back from claims Ireland’s tax rate was under attack.
# oi ginger
Apple is finally pulling the finger out and trying to introduce emojis with red hair
Right this wrong, Apple. It’s gone on too long.
# not attending
Apple boss Tim Cook will NOT be coming to Leinster House
Cook was invited to speak before the Oireachtas Finance Committee.
# So old
13 horrifying things that were true ten years ago
What a difference a year makes.
# live from NY
Enda denies being snubbed by Donald Trump
The Taoiseach made a pitch to companies to relocate to Ireland on US TV this afternoon.
# you're a peach
The peach emoji is back to looking like an arse again after an outcry from sexters
# straight outta comp-ton
Suge Knight claims Dr. Dre hired a hitman to kill him, files $300m lawsuit
Suge Knight is currently in jail after killing a colleague with his car.
# apple tax
Revenue has begun calculating the tax owed to it by Apple if Government appeal fails
Sinn Féin’s David Cullinane said Revenue chief Niall Cody’s appearance at the PAC raised more questions than answers.
# fire concerns
Own a Samsung Galaxy Note 7? Turn it off
The smartphone company has called a halt to worldwide sales of the smartphone due to safety concerns.
# trusource labs
An Apple-affiliated company is bringing 134 jobs to Limerick
Trusource Labs provides services to companies that use Apple products.
# Green Apple
Mickey Finns is the most nostalgic Irish drink and the world needs to know about it
Transport yourself back to a simpler, more sour time.
# Apple Crumble
Disgruntled customer smashes up smartphones at Apple store in France
The scene, captured on camera and posted on the Internet, has gone viral in France.
# hire me please
These are the companies Ireland's graduates most want to work for
The latest GradIreland survey of employer popularity put accountancy group KPMG top with two Irish banks jumping up the ranks.
# Policy
Denis O'Brien: Apple was 'picked on' by EU over record €13bn fine
The businessman said that Apple should not be punished over its tax affairs in Ireland.
# apple tax
Margrethe Vestager, scourge of Apple, is going after more multinationals
Late last week, 185 American CEOs asked German chancellor Angela Merkel to intervene in Vestager’s €13 billion Apple tax ruling.
# to the streets
PICTURES: Thousands march on the streets of Dublin calling for the abolition of water charges
Thousands gathered at Stephen’s Green under the Right2Water umbrella calling for the abolition of the charges.
# apple worship
These cheering fans queued for days to get their hands on the new iPhone 7
Sales have been better than expected.
# bite of the apple
MEPs laugh at Jean-Claude Juncker when he says Europe is fighting tax evasion
Earlier, Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes said: “Changing the rules, however appalling [they are], is not smart.”
# Upgrade
The latest major update for your iPhone is here, and this is what it brings
iOS 10 brings an expanded iMessages, rejigged lock screen and a handier way to check notifications.
After Apple: Ireland's taxation regime has become a source of embarrassment to our people
Ireland needs a serious discussion about what part we want to play in the fight against tax avoidance, writes Matt Carthy.
# illegal state aid
The race for the €13 billion: Spain, Austria and Italy chase a slice of the Apple pie
Heavily-indebted Spain, which is under threat of an EU fine for breaking spending rules, said it was urgently seeking how much Apple may have denied Spanish taxpayers.
# cut the cord
Apple will sell these wireless earbuds for €179, but what do you get?
There is more to them than just the lack of wires.
# rotten apple
Sinn Féin's new billboard says Fine Gael is 'playing for the wrong team' over Apple
The party is having a pop at the government over the Apple tax appeal.