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Here are 3 key changes coming to Apple iPhones and iPads

Here are 3 key changes coming to Apple iPhones and iPads

Apple Inc. has had its share of buggy software updates. A new Maps app three years ago routed people into bodies of water. Last year’s Yosemite update led to dropped Wi-Fi connections. And new iPhone software packages have caused eager users to delete photos and apps to clear memory space for it. When Apple’s latest batch of updates get released to the public in early fall, the company will have its hands full again. Here’s a look at three key changes Apple announced Monday at its developers' conference in San Francisco and what glitches Apple undoubtedly will be trying to avoid when the public gets to use them. These are aside from Apple Music, a $9.99-a-month...

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