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Apple mistakenly releases new iPhone information ahead of official release date

Apple mistakenly releases new iPhone information ahead of official release date

September 20, 2018


Filed under News

By Julia Kasabian ’21 Information for Apple’s next generation of iPhones was released in a now deleted file on the Apple website on Sept. 12. The information concerned three new models of iPhones: the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will come in silver,...

iOS is back and better than before

iOS is back and better than before

Lili Romann, Staff Writer

September 21, 2016


Filed under Opinions

By: Lili Romann Apple will forever be our go-to source of getting the latest, most high-tech, sophisticated, simplest products, and it all just got easier. iOS 10, the newest software Apple has released, contains many new features that enhance the general experience of using an  iPhone. I’ll start off with the...

“Staples Got Class” makes schedule sharing easier for students

“Staples Got Class” makes schedule sharing easier for students

Kit Epstein, Breaking News Managing Editor

June 1, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

On Tuesday, May 31, Dylan Diamond ’17 released his sixth iPhone application, “Staples Got Class.” “Staples Got Class” is a schedule sharing application available for all iOS devices in the App Store that allows Staples students to see who is in their classes and view other student’s schedules ...

Snapchat streaks cause a frenzy

Snapchat streaks cause a frenzy

Chase Gornbein, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016


Filed under Arts

Snapchat, the universal app that allows people to send pictures and videos to their friends for 10 seconds before they disappear forever, has students at Staples eager to gain new “streaks” with as many people as possible. A “streak” can be observed on one’s snapchat sidebar. After someone has e...

Apple battles Feds over San Bernardino investigation demands

Apple battles Feds over San Bernardino investigation demands

Justin Schwebel, Staff Writer

February 29, 2016


Filed under News

Apple, the California-based tech giant, is in a standoff with the FBI over the agency’s demand for Apple to unlock San Bernadino shooter, Syed Rizwan’s, iPhone.   The FBI believes the shooter’s iPhone 5C is a critical piece of evidence in the investigation, but has not been able to gain access to the device because it is locked with a passcode.   The F...

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