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Apple has stopped selling headphones and wireless speakers from outside companies.
All headphones and speakers from Bose, Logitech and Sonos are gone from Apple stores, both in person and online.
Bloomberg reported that the change happened at the end of September.
Apple is expected to launch new audio products soon.
It's been reported that Apple is working on several versions of over ear headphones, possibly some that can switch out the ear cups.
It could include Apple's first ear cup headphones, since the company bought Beats Music brand six years ago for $3 billion.
More details could come during an iPhone reveal event this month.
In other news, there's a new credit card from Venmo the payments app company.
The Visa card will earn cashback on what you spend them.
The most on and friends can send money to you by scanning the QR code on the back of the credit card.
Today is the vice presidential debate between US Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris.
It'll be streamed live in many ways, including YouTube, through CBS News and c span.
It'll also be broadcasted on Twitter's US election hub.
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