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Five questions partners have about Apple-Cisco alliance 
Blockbuster iPhone, iPad integration raises many issues.
Apple joins forces with Cisco to drive apps in enterprise 
20,000 Apple users abuse stolen accounts to grab 'free' apps 
KeyRaider malware steals data from 225,000 jailbroken iPhones and iPads.
Apple Watch within striking distance of Fitbit: IDC 
Apple could replace iPhone 6 Plus cameras for free 
This hydrogen battery could power your iPhone for a week 
Less Apple, more Telstra pays off for Vita Group 
Cracks $600 million in sales despite Next Byte losses.
Apple's Aussie bonds could raise $1 billion 
Tech giant could break Kangaroo bonds record.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon review 
Dripping with features that professionals will love, but the steep price is hard to justify
Windows 10 chips away at Apple's security halo 
[Comment] Is OS X really more secure than Windows?
Apple reveals Watch reseller strategy for Australia 
The eight most controversial companies of 2015 (so far) 
IBM becomes global Apple Mac integrator 
Claims Macs have “outgrown the PC industry every year for last decade”.
Apple denies plan to sell mobile services 
This new worm can kill your Apple MacBook 
Thunderstrike 2 hides on infected peripherals.
Samsung glamour days over as it fights to save mobile market share 
IBM to swap ThinkPads for Macs for thousands of staff 
Police raid $25 million counterfeit iPhone factory 
Chinese factory manufacturing knock-off iPhones from secondhand parts.
Apple's WWDCZzzz... 
It was hard to get excited at Apple’s big event, and even harder to stay awake.
How to download US apps in Australia 
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 341 | August 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.