This quarrel mainly deals with Apple user's privacy policy and it is important to millions of people nationwide who use this company's products.

Watch and OS updatesApple Watch is getting a few new band colors and configurations, along with a new band style made out of woven nylon, priced at $49.

Would Cook, or anybody from Apple, take a swipe at the government and play into its hands while unveiling a new iPad, iPhone, or other product during a live-streamed event from company headquarters?

Apple's lawyers said they want to keep the hearing focused on the legal and constitutional questions of what the government can or cannot do to conscript companies to aid in their investigations.

One area where the specs differ is that the 9.7-inch Pro will actually have better cameras than the 12.9-inch Pro.

Prices for the iPhone SE will start at $399 for a model with 16 gigabytes of storage.

Justice Department attorneys are expected Tuesday to tell a federal court judge in California that Apple should be ordered to unlock an allegedly impenetrable iPhone 5c owned Fyed Sarook - one-half of the married couple that went on a mass shooting spree in San Bernardino in December, killing 14 before dying in a showdown with police.

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Apple's Phil Schiller said the new device had the same display as the larger Pro, and also comes with a new light system called Night Shift, that lowers blue light for reading in the dark.

In mid-February, Apple released a statement calling the government's orders "chilling" and "something we consider too risky to create".

Cook added, "I've been humbled and deeply grateful for the outpouring of support".

After being entrusted with a company built by Steve Jobs, a man whose visionary leadership has (rightly or wrongly) become legendary, Cook is surely feeling real pressure to get its prospects back on track.

It kicked off when the event, meant to showcase new products, kicked off with nothing about new products.

Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym last month ordered Apple to create software that would disable security features on the phone, including one that erases all the information if a passcode is incorrectly entered more than 10 times. The new phone may come with features like Apple Pay and the company's fastest processor, which have previously been offered only on versions of the iPhone 6. "Apple has control of its event schedule, not the court docket", says Brian Blau, research vice president at Gartner.

Early on in the hype fest, Apple CEO Tim Cook touted the maker's upcoming 40 birthday (April 1), introduced a new "CareKit" program to help individuals manage their health care and hailed the company's commitment to 100 percent renewable energy operations (already achieved in the U.S and China).