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Mac production to return to U.S.

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Apple will begin to produce Macintosh products in the U.S. again, starting in 2013, CEO Tim Cook said Thursday, the San Jose Mercury News reported.
Complete production was taking place in China, Reuters said.
It is unknown exactly which products will be produced in the U.S., but it is expected to be a substantial amount. Apple is putting $100 million into the project, Reuters reported.

T-Mobile introduces Apple product plans

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T-Mobile will begin carrying Iphone coverage in 2013, the company announced Thursday, the Huffington Post reported.
"We are going to launch Apple products and we're going to do it in a very innovative way," T-Mobile USA CEO John Legere said, PC Magazine reported.
T-Mobile was the last major U.S. carrier without Apple's products.
"It was very clear that a certain number of customers wouldn't come to the store if we didn't have the iPhone. There was a definite churn impact," Legere said.

Itunes 11 now available

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Apple released Itunes 11 Thursday, PC Magazine reported.
Apple planned on releasing the newest version of Itunes in October, but delayed the release due to "engineering difficulties", CNN said.
Since 2001, Itunes has added apps and television shows, as well as serving as a platform to manage multiple Apple devices.
"In other words, iTunes has become a bloated, slow, unwieldy mess," CNN's Christina Warren said.

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