After the flurry of news that came with Apple's unveiling of its iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and iPad Pro, the last week for the company was, as you'd expect, a bit quieter.
However, Apple still found time to reveal that it's on track for record sales of it new phones when they launch, release iOS 9 to the masses and acquire a mapping startup to help boost its geo-location services in its ongoing battle with Google.
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