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Straight from the rumor mill comes news that new 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 models are to begin production next month in anticipation of a projected fall release.
Last Friday vBulletin Solutions, the creators of vBulletin software, announced they had reset the passwords for all accounts on the vBulletin support forums. This came after confirmation that hackers had broken into the systems and compromised customer log-in information.
A picture that emerged on Chinese forum WeiPhone this week suggests Apple is moving forward with the rumored colored iPhones which could be named the "iPhone 5C."
America has a bit of a love affair with all-things Apple. Not only are these products seen as a status symbol, a piece of somewhat affordable luxury, they’re also quickly adopted and often set the standard by which other products are judged.
Few companies can inspire analysts and journalists to write such outlandish nonsense like Apple can. The more tame and commonplace nonsense is easy to dismiss as such.
iPhone users woke up to the New Year with complaints about the "Do Not Disturb" setting on their smartphone not working properly.
Earlier last month, a publication with a very mixed record when it comes to Apple rumors announced we could see a new iPhone as early as Q1 2013.
When AT&T announced earlier this year that they wouldn’t let their customers with grandfathered unlimited data plans take advantage of Apple’s FaceTime over 4G, they opened a giant can of worms.
These iPhone things appear to be a hit. Like, a sell-out-of-preorder-stock-in-one-hour hit. Not bad for a disappointing phone with only modest improvements, no NFC and a Samsung-chasing 4-inch screen.
When Apple makes a mistake, they’re always very good about fessing up to it. Scratch that: When Apple believes there was a mistake to be made in the first place and that, somehow, they’ve made it, they’re very good about fessing up.
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