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Welcome to r/Apple, the community for Apple news, rumors, and discussions. If you have a tech question, please check out AppleHelp!
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- IRC Server: irc.snoonet.org
- Channel: #apple
- No reposts, and/or rehosted content.
- No memes, direct images or contextless image/video posts.
- No NSFW content.
- Posts must foster reasonable discussion.
- No editorialized link titles (use the original article’s title if applicable)
- No rude, offensive, or hateful comments.
- No posts that aren’t directly related to Apple or the Apple eco-system.
- No simple and/or easily searched support questions outside of the Daily Tech Support sticky. We may approve your post if it is a high-level issue that can't be found through searches.
- No spam. Self-promotion is allowed on Saturdays only.
- No content related to piracy or illegal activities.
- No posts or comments relating to buying, selling, trading, giveaways or asking for advice about any of those topics. The proper place for advice is /r/AppleWhatShouldIBuy.
- No posts about bugs in beta software. These belong in the beta subreddits listed below.
Event submissions must be a comment in the weekly stickied megathread, or will be removed.
| Event | Time | |-----------------------------|---------------------| | Tech Support (Daily) | 11am ET | | Wallpaper Wednesday | 9am ET | | Self-Promotion Saturday^† | All Day ET | ^† no mega thread, submit posts as usual
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