New Apple Store to be built in the biggest shopping mall in Western Australia

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An artist's impression of the redeveloped Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre.Picture: The West Australian
An artist's impression of the redeveloped Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre.
Picture: The West Australian

Apple is set to open its third brick-and-mortar retail store in Western Australia, at the Lakeside Joondalup shopping mall in Joondalup, Perth.

The 5,000 square-foot location will be part of a major revamp of the shopping center, that will see it become the largest in Western Australia.

The location doesn’t come as a total surprise: almost two years ago Apple real estates scouts were seen walking in the hallmarks of the mall, although it’s only with the mall’s current renovation and expansion that Apple has found a location suitable to lease.

Avoid your iPhone being held ransom

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After reports of iPads, iPhones and Macs being hacked and held ransom in the U.K. and Australia, we put together this video to show you how to avoid the problem — and what to do if it’s already happened.

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iOS devices are being held hostage by hackers down under

Hacked users were targeted by 'Oleg Pliss' and advised to send $100 to a PayPal account to unlock their iOS devices.
Hacked users were targeted by 'Oleg Pliss' and advised to send $100 to a PayPal account to unlock their iOS devices.

A number of Mac and iOS users from across Australia have had their Macs, iPhones and iPads remotely locked by hackers — and money demanded if they want to be able to continue using the devices.

Affected users have taken to Apple’s support forum, along with social media, to discuss the issue.

Apple Didgeridon’t Pay Their Australian Taxes, Investigators Claim

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Tim Cook, Phil Schiller and others sold Apple stock at a time when it was hitting record highs.
Tim Cook, Phil Schiller and others sold Apple stock at a time when it was hitting record highs.

Apple has been accused of shifting close to $8.1 billion in untaxed profits from its Australian operations to Ireland over the past ten years.

An investigation by the Australian Financial Review got hold of a decade’s worth of financial accounts for the Irish-based “Apple Sales International” — which supposedly show how Apple shifted untaxed profits from Australia to Ireland, where the company pays just 0.7% tax on its turnover.