Russia finds Apple guilty of price-fixing regarding the iPhone

Russia finds Apple guilty of price-fixing regarding the iPhone

The Financial Times reports that Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service has ruled that Apple had illegally ordered retailers to fix prices of the iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 models. The Cupertino, California-based company purportedly instructed 16 retailers in Russia to set the prices at a certain amount and if a retailer was found to be selling the iPhone at an “unsuitable” price, Apple would contact them and order them to change the price or risk having the sales agreement terminated.

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60-Second Video Tip: Print to PDF on an iPhone 6s or 7

60-Second Video Tip: Print to PDF on an iPhone 6s or 7

There's no "Print to PDF" function in iOS like there is on the Mac, but with an iPhone 6s or 7, it's possible to use 3D Touch to save web pages and documents as PDFs. In this Apple World Today 60-Second Video Tip, you'll see just how easy it is to use 3D Touch for all of your PDF capturing needs. We'll also show you a quick tip on how to save and view a PDF on iPhones and iPads without 3D Touch.

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Pad & Quill's Timberline cases: Same beautiful wood, more protection

Pad & Quill's Timberline cases: Same beautiful wood, more protection

Back at the end of February, Apple World Today featured a review of a gorgeous new wooden case for iPhones from the folks at Pad & Quill. The Woodline case has been a rousing success for the company, as well as the case that I've had on my iPhone 6s Plus for most of 2016. If there's one thing I wanted from the Woodline, it was a bit more protection. Pad & Quill's new Timberline cases (US$39.95) are perfect in that respect, adding a tough polycarbonate case to the beautiful wood found on the Woodline. Here's Brian "Mr. PQ" Holmes to tell you about the case:

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