Apple’s Week: Refreshed iMac range, $234m patent fine and iPhone 6S review

Apple has had a mixed week, ranging from unveiling the latest Mac line-up to losing a patent case in the US and facing a hefty fine as a result.

V3 has rounded up the key Apple-related stories from the past seven days to help you keep up with everything going on at the world’s biggest technology company.

Apple fined $234m after patent dispute over iPhone and iPad processors

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

The University of Wisconsin-Madison wins a hard-fought patent battle on processor technology in iPhones and iPad.

El Capitan: Microsoft will not release fix for Outlook 2016 crashes

Split View multitasking in OS X El Capitan

Microsoft Office users will have to wait for next version of Mac OS X.

Apple refreshes iMac range with 4K and 5K displays

iMac 21.5in with 4k Retina display

All models of the 27in iMac now come with 5K resolution screens.

iPhone 6S review

iPhone 6S flipped

Apple’s latest model adds 3D Touch and improved camera tech.

iPad Mini 4 interactive guide

iPad Mini 4 is available now

All the key details on Apple’s newest tiny tablet.

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19 October 2015 | 3:35 pm – Source: v3.co.uk

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