Recap: Everything involving Apple this week, so far

It’s just Tuesday, but Apple has had enough happen this week to equal a month’s worth of news for any other tech company.

With that in mind, here’s a collection of some of the relevant Apple stories from the Mercury News over the last two days.

–To start things out, in case you missed it, here’s a look at the nuts and bolts of Apple’s new iPhone SE, iPad Pro, and everything else Apple showed off and talked about Monday.

–In his Tech Files column, Troy Wolverton says that with its newest products, Apple is taking a step into its (very) recent past to better position the company for the future.

–Michelle Quinn says that it was Apple’s day Monday, and Tim Cook and Co. controlled the message they wanted the world to hear.

–A¬†federal judge agreed with an FBI request and cancelled a hearing about Apple’s refusal to help the agency break into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. The FBI says it may have found a way to get into the iPhone without Apple’s help.

–Since it didn’t have to go to court, Apple scored a victory over the FBI, says Michelle Quinn.

–And if all of that weren’t enough, the Supreme Court said Monday it will hear the patent-infringement case between Apple and Samsung.

Photo:¬†Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage at the company’s product launch event in Cupertino, Monday. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)


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