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The week in Apple news points to a brewing legal battle between the US Justice Department and Apple over encryption. On a lighter note, Apple is developing a completely new Remote app for Apple TV fans. Apple Pay has officially launched in China, and Sony's biopic Steve Jobs has released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc. Here are more details on some recent Apple highlights.
After a flat week, Apple stock (NASDAQ:AAPL) opened the short trading week on Tuesday at $98.10, only to flirt with its 52-week low on Wednesday morning. After hitting a mid-week low of $93.46, AAPL prices bounced. Friday saw a rally, with gains of 5.32% over the previous day and the stock closing at $101.42. With AAPL stock jumping $3.32 (+3.38%) over the week and closing at over $101, could this signal the end of the doldrums?
Speculation surrounding the next generation 4-inch iPhone continues, with more iPhone 6c leaks surfacing online. Existing devices received a minor iOS 9.2.1 update, bringing no new features but fixing a long list of security vulnerabilities in iOS 9.2. Apple Pay already works in China, and in Apple Watch news the exclusive Hermès collection can now be purchased online. Also, the iPhoneFAQ is looking for writers to join our team! Get details in the latest news roundup below.
The ranks of Apple Pay partners swelled again today as Apple announced that it has added support for cards from 20 more financial institutions.
Most notable among the new institutions are Morgan Stanley and Northern Trust. Banks that joined include Central Bank, Farmers & Merchants Bank of Long Beach, First National Bank of Omaha, First Sentry Bank, FirstBank and The Independent BankersBank. Quite a few credit unions joined as well, including Affinity Federal Credit Union, Credit Union of Southern California, Grow Financial Federal Credit Union, Ideal Credit Union, Redwood Credit Union, State Department Federal Credit Union, Teachers Credit Union, Technology Credit