This week on AI: Apple puts $1B into Didi Chuxing, 'iPhone 7' and '7s' rumors, Apple Pay in Canada

in General Discussion edited May 2016
The biggest news was clearly Apple's $1 billion investment into Didi Chuxing, but the rest of the week was chock full of stories, including plenty of rumors about future iPhones, and Apple Pay finally making its "real" Canadian debut.

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Everything you need to know:

  • Apple invested $1 billion into Chinese ridesharing service Didi Chuxing > >
  • Major Canadian banks finally launched their own support for Apple Pay > >
  • The 2017 iPhone could feature an edge-to-edge display > >
  • 2016's "iPhone 7" may only include a dual-lens camera and Smart Connector on Plus models > >
  • The "7 Plus" might also have 3 gigabytes of RAM > >
  • A patent holder is serving Apple with a $2.8B lawsuit over iMessage & Wi-Fi calling > >

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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

Apple invests $1B in Chinese ride sharing service Didi Chuxing

RBC, CIBC & other Canadian banks launch support for Apple Pay

Rumor: Apple's 2017 iPhone will be radical redesign with Touch ID, FaceTime camera & speaker embedded in display

'iPhone 7' schematics suggest dual camera, Smart Connector will be exclusive to 5.5" Plus model

VoIP-Pal serves Apple in $2.8B patent infringement suit over iMessage & Wi-Fi Calling

Apple's 'iPhone 7 Plus' rumored to use 3GB of RAM for dual-camera image processing

App Store shuffle brings long-awaited speed boost for developers

Apple unable to repair iPhone of teen lost at sea

Apple debunks rumors that it will stop selling iTunes downloads

Foxconn nears deal to build iPhone manufacturing plant in India, report says

Spotify growing even faster thanks to launch of Apple Music, VP says

iTunes 12.4 to reportedly include new sidebar, minor UI tweaks
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