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Snapchat executives faced tough questions from investors in New York on Tuesday. Most of all: why is user growth slowing?

So far, Snap Inc. has been quick to blame the slowdown on shaky Android performance.

Executives at the roadshow in New York on Tuesday said Android phone users had problems accessing the Snapchat app, particularly in the fourth quarter. They said the company hopes to alleviate issues by developing on Apple's iOS platform and on Android simultaneously.

by AnandaAnatoly
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As Apple is yet again named the world's most admired company, I wonder just how much a lack of great competition has contributed to Cupertino's dominance.

Once, it was fanciful to think that Microsoft would be the company that would beat Apple. It had might. It had dominant, if ugly, software.

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Apple just announced the iPhone 7 camera and iPhone 7 Plus dual camera.

Both smartphones come with upgraded cameras with the widest apertures we've ever seen on an iPhone, as well as machine-learning-assisted shooting.

Apple has also made them a bit more appealing to hardcore photographers, with the ability to shoot raw DNG images like you can get from a DSLR (or some Androids). Raw files offer users finer control when they're editing, but are a bit technical for casual shooters and can't be uploaded straight to Instagram.

by Matar Khalifa
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Some people are experiencing a problem with iOS 9.3 that freezes their device if they click on links to websites in their emails. We've got a guide on how to fix that problem.

Apple has now launched iOS 9.3, its latest update to the iOS 9 software that runs on most of the world's iPhones and iPads. While the free update should go smoothly, you may find you're encountering some problems with iOS 9.3 after (or even during) the update.

Apple is set to change the position of the antenna bands on the iPhone 7 and solve one of the most controversial elements of the iPhone 6S design.