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  • Do I Like The iPhone 5c Case? Non

    Do I Like The iPhone 5c Case? Non

    Apple introduced some cases to go along with both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. The iPhone 5c’s case looks a lot like Crocs shoes. It also makes for one of the most annoying Apple design missteps I’ve seen recently. Just look at this. Look at it: I mean, Apple had the iPhone in hand when it was designing these cases to go along with it. It could have easily made sure that the name… Read More

  • TechCrunch TL;DR: Here’s Everything Apple Announced Today

    TechCrunch TL;DR: Here’s Everything Apple Announced Today

    Apple’s Cupertino keynote is finally over, but the ensuing sea of stories that emerged from the event can still be a little tricky to navigate. We’ve written plenty of full-length stories discussing what exactly Apple has just revealed today (with more to come, I’m sure), but for your reading pleasure here’s a quick primer for everything Apple announced or unveiled over… Read More

  • Hands On With Apple’s iPhone 5s: Focus On Photography And The Fingerprint

    Hands On With Apple’s iPhone 5s: Focus On Photography And The Fingerprint

    Apple’s iPhone 5s is a major improvement over the iPhone 5, packing some changes to the hardware beyond the usual spec and performance improvements we see from “s” advances on iPhone. The big splashy focus features here are the improved camera and the brand new fingerprint sensor built into the Home button, which powers Apple’s new identification tech called Touch ID. Read More

  • Join Us For A Live Discussion Of The Apple iPhone(s) Announcement

    Join Us For A Live Discussion Of The Apple iPhone(s) Announcement

    Apple has finally unveiled the long-rumored iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. For the first time ever, the company released two separate iPhone models at the same time, one a high-end continuation of the iPhone and the other a lower-end, colorful budget model made of plastic. Read More

  • Hands On With Apple’s iPhone 5c: Plastic Feels Pretty Fantastic

    Hands On With Apple’s iPhone 5c: Plastic Feels Pretty Fantastic

    Apple today introduced the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s, and though the iPhone 5c is the less expensive of the two, it’s nonetheless very impressive hardware. I got some hands-on time with the 5c immediately following the presentation, and the plastic-backed beauty leaves a very good impression thanks to its single-piece case design and lightness in the hand. Read More

  • Apple Raises AppleCare+ Service Fees, Launches In Europe And Adds iPods

    Apple Raises AppleCare+ Service Fees, Launches In Europe And Adds iPods

    In conjunction with the announcement of two new models of iPhone today, Apple has also made several¬†adjustments to its AppleCare+ coverage. First of all, it has raised the service fees for accidental damage from $49 to $79 each visit. The plan remains $99 for two additional years of coverage, but the fees each time you bring it in for ‘accidental damage’ incidents have gone up… Read More

  • Apple’s iPhone 4s Remains In Lineup As ‘Free’ Model, iPhone 5 Goes Away

    Apple’s iPhone 4s Remains In Lineup As ‘Free’ Model, iPhone 5 Goes Away

    Surprise! While the iPhone 5 won’t stick around, the iPhone 4s will still be available for free with a two-year contract. It’s an unexpected move as the iPhone 4s is now two years old. Apple is adopting an iPad 2 strategy for its iPhones. It will be an important device for developing markets, even though the phone in itself will be very sluggish with iOS 7. Many expected Apple… Read More

  • Apple’s Touch ID Is A 500ppi Fingerprint Sensor Built Into The iPhone 5S Home Button

    Apple’s Touch ID Is A 500ppi Fingerprint Sensor Built Into The iPhone 5S Home Button

    Remember those persistent rumors of a fingerprint sensor that would be baked into the iPhone 5S? Well, it’s not a rumor any longer — Apple has just confirmed that the iPhone 5S will feature a 500ppi fingerprint sensor right in the 5S’ home button. It seemed like a puzzling addition at first, but the company just shed some light on what the sensor actually brings to the table. Read More

  • Apple Unveils The iPhone 5s

    Apple Unveils The iPhone 5s

    World, prepare yourself for the next-generation iPhone. Rumors this season have included two new color flavors — gold and silver — along with the addition of a fingerprint scanner for added security. As is standard with Apple iterations, we’ve also been expecting a processor bump and even a camera upgrade. Did all the rumors come true? Read More

  • iPhone 5C And iPhone 5S Will Cost $99 And $199, Both Will Be Released On Sept. 20

    iPhone 5C And iPhone 5S Will Cost $99 And $199, Both Will Be Released On Sept. 20

    Today at Apple’s iPhone event, Apple unveiled a cheaper iPhone, the iPhone 5C, as well as the iPhone 5S. While the devices in themselves are not really a surprise after countless of leaks, the price of the iPhone 5C was still an outstanding question. The 16GB iPhone 5C will be released for $99 with a two-year contract. A 32GB model will cost $199. The iPhone 5S will cost $199, $299 or… Read More

  • Apple Introduces The New iPhone 5c With A6 Processor In 5 Colors

    Apple Introduces The New iPhone 5c With A6 Processor In 5 Colors

    Today, for the first time in its history, Apple has expanded the iPhone line with a new model called iPhone 5c. The device will come in green, yellow, blue, white and red colors. Apple is also introducing a series of cases to go along with the phones, made of silicon rubber. The device features an A6 processor, 8MP camera and steel frame that’s coated in plastic. That frame will also act… Read More

  • Apple Makes iLife And iWork Apps Free For Everyone, But GarageBand Won’t Be Free

    Apple Makes iLife And iWork Apps Free For Everyone, But GarageBand Won’t Be Free

    Today at Apple’s iPhone event, Apple updated everyone on iWork for its mobile devices, announcing it has chosen to release its big-selling productivity suite iWork for free. Part of iLife, iMovie and iPhoto will now be free as well. The company didn’t say anything about GarageBand, so it’s a good assumption that it will not be free. The news comes after Microsoft released… Read More

  • iOS 7 Will Be Available For iPads And iPhones On September 18

    iOS 7 Will Be Available For iPads And iPhones On September 18

    At its event this morning in Cupertino, Apple announced that iOS 7 will be available to everyone beginning on September 18th. iOS 7 was first announced back at WWDC in June, and has spent the last three months in a developer-only (wink, wink) Beta testing mode. As expected, the update will be available for the iPhone 4 and later, the iPad 2 and later, the iPad mini, and the 5th gen iPod touch. Read More

  • Live From Apple’s iPhone 5S Announcement

    Live From Apple’s iPhone 5S Announcement

    Here we go! After months of rumors and seemingly endless speculation, it’s finally time for Apple to announce what they’ve been working on for the last few months. While we can never be completely sure what Apple is set to announce, the signs have long been pointing at a new iPhone 5S, as well as the potential announcement of a second, cheaper iPhone that the rumor mill has dubbed… Read More

  • Alleged Gold iPhone 5S Photos Leak

    Alleged Gold iPhone 5S Photos Leak

    Gold is the new black. According to countless rumors and MG Siegler’s sources, the gold iPhone 5S isn’t just something we tech bloggers have concocted to keep this summer interesting. It’s real. Bits and pieces of proof continue to leak out, not least of which are these newly posted images on a Japanese website. Of course, as you can see from the images, the usual… Read More

  • The iPhone 5C Isn’t For The US; It’s The iPhone For The Rest Of The World

    The iPhone 5C Isn’t For The US; It’s The iPhone For The Rest Of The World

    Reports suggest that Apple will introduce a cheaper plastic-bodied iPhone 5C on September 10. The 4-inch phone will supposedly replace the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 4S in the product lineup. While the company will certainly gain market share in the lower-end spectrum of the smartphone market in the U.S., it’s just a side effect. The new model is the perfect iPhone for the rest of the world. Read More

  • Apple Will Ship Both A “High-End And Low-End” iPhone In September, WSJ Reports

    Apple Will Ship Both A “High-End And Low-End” iPhone In September, WSJ Reports

    Apple is going to ship new iPhones next month – two different new variants, including a “low-end” and a “high-end” variant, according to a new Wall Street Journal report today. At this stage, we’ve seen lots to suggest that Apple would indeed announce two versions of the iPhone at its rumored event on September 10, but the WSJ makes it a pretty sure bet. Read More

  • Goldfinger: The Next iPhone

    Goldfinger: The Next iPhone

    “Gold? All over?” M asks James Bond upon hearing how Jill Masterson died in 1964’s Goldfinger. While Bond goes on to explain that the gold coating on Ms. Masterson caused her to die of “skin suffocation”, the same fate will not befall the next iPhone. But only because the iPhone will not require oxygen. Yes, there will be a gold iPhone. Read More

  • Apple’s September 10 Event Date For Next iPhone Gets A Strong, If Unofficial Confirmation

    Apple’s September 10 Event Date For Next iPhone Gets A Strong, If Unofficial Confirmation

    If you’re in the habit of scheduling time off for key Apple product unveilings, it’s pretty safe to book September 10. The date was floated this weekend by AllThingsD for a press event and official unveiling, and now The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple has confirmed that date. Dalrymple, apart from being the father to an amazing beard, is also maybe the single-best informed outside… Read More

  • Apple Will Reportedly Unveil The Next iPhone On September 10

    Apple Will Reportedly Unveil The Next iPhone On September 10

    It’s about time for a new iPhone and with the rumors about an iPhone 5S and maybe even a cheaper version getting louder, AllThingsD now reports that the next iPhone will launch on September 10. Apple introduced the iPhone 5 on September 12, 2012, so there is a good chance AllThingsD’s sources are correct, though we haven’t heard anything from our usual sources yet (and… Read More