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    by Published on 05-14-2011 08:10 PM

    The leaks continue. Apple.pro posted pictures they obtained of both the forward-facing, and rear-facing cameras on the next iPhone 5G or 4S or whatever. Apple.pro included a photoshopped mock-up (pictured above) of what the divorced components would look like.

    The leaked photos support rumors, and reports that the next generation iPhone will separate the flash, and camera components on the rear of the ...
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    by Published on 05-14-2011 05:22 PM

    Last night, as chronicled in a swelling exchange of comments in Apple Support Communities, iTunes activation servers apparently went down, a situation that resulted in countless bricked iOS devices. As we understand it, the bricking took place upon upgrading the iOS device's firmware to the newest version (either through iTunes or restoring). Subsequently, however, iTunes mysteriously failed to connect ...
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    by Published on 05-14-2011 04:24 PM

    A well-known Chinese trading website has presented what they call the "newest design crystal case for Apple iPhone 5g." Images of the case in question can now be found at Alibaba.com. Although they are showing what is, admittedly, a mock-up of the fifth-generation iPhone, the visible attributes are worth noting.

    Refusing to disappear from the rumor-mill are assertions that the next generation ...
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    by Published on 05-14-2011 02:10 PM

    On Friday evening, Apple seeded Mac OS X Lion developer preview 3, and today we're hearing about some of the nifty little tweaks and enhancements that have been unearthed so far. Of course, if you haven't already downloaded yours, there's a possibility that you may not be able to so at this time.

    Some of the developers we know say the update effectively disappeared from Software Update on machines running ...
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    by Published on 05-13-2011 02:14 PM

    A major story has broken that is quickly taking the tech blogosphere by storm. As reported within the hour by Forbes, analyst Peter Misek with the prominent firm Jeffries & Co. has come forward with claims that Apple's next generation iPhone will not be the iPhone 5 after all. Given the minor cosmetic changes we've all anticipated, the refreshed touchscreen handset will be released as the iPhone 4S. ...
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    by Published on 05-13-2011 10:50 AM

    Peter Hajas, author and creator of MobileNotifier, released yesterday the developer prerelease of WidgeKit. This goes along with his new upcoming project Widge. He discussed that he was releasing WidgeKit to the public in his exclusive interview with ModMyi however the actual release date was unknown. Hajas wrote up and posted an introduction to the WidgeKit release to prominent developers on his website. ...
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    by Published on 05-13-2011 10:46 AM

    PhotoAlbums+ for iPhone/iPod and iPad underwent a major update yesterday. From the creators of iRealSMS, SpiritOfLogic, PhotoAlbums+ is an excellent tweak that gives many new options to the Photo.app. The features that PhotoAlbums+ provides are listed below:

    • Add photo albums inside the Photo.app
    • Move photos and videos between folders
    • Delete photo albums
    • Password-protect photo albums
    • Copy and store your album folders on your PC via USB transfer

    The update ...
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    by Published on 05-13-2011 10:45 AM

    Admit it. You're one of them. And so am I. Based on the interesting but not altogether surprising research spearheaded by the good people at Ericsson, 35% of smartphone owners (defined as iPhone and Android owners) use at least one application before getting out of bed each morning.

    That percentage would likely be substantially higher if alarm clock apps were taken into consideration for ...
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    by Published on 05-13-2011 09:12 AM

    When it rains it pours. A mere 36 hours after the alleged next gen iPod Nano photos surface, Patently Apple dug up a bevy of Apple patents for the Nano and future iDevices.

    The last Nano introduced a limited touch interface to the device, a series of patents uncovered by Patently Apple shows a multitouch interface, "chameleon-like" screen savers, and games could be implemented.

    The most attention in the patents seems to be ...
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    by Published on 05-13-2011 08:44 AM

    Could we be looking at the first officially leaked component photos of the forthcoming iPhone 5? The above image, as one example, was first posted on the iPhone Italia blog, which - it deserves to be noted - boasted sources that accurately predicted the timeframe for the recent white iPhone 4 release.

    If you're confused about what this photo actually reveals, you're not alone. The minuscule part with ...
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    by Published on 05-13-2011 07:30 AM

    You read the headline right. Wipe the coffee off you just spit all over your monitor, and continue reading.

    The new LCD technology, developed by Samsung's subsidiary Nouvoyance, packs a 2560-by-1600 pixel resolution into a 10.1" display. This doubles the count of full 1080p displays and achieves a pixel density of 300 dpi. Any display capable of packing a 300 dpi pixel count qualifies as a "Retina" ...
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    by Published on 05-12-2011 10:32 PM

    On Thursday, we learned that a judge with the US International Trade Commission effectively determined in his ruling that Apple does not have a case to make in terms of the company's assertion that Kodak infringed upon the Cupertino, California tech giant's camera-related patents.

    Although Judge Robert Rogers ruled today in Washington that Kodak hadn't violated the intellectual property/patents ...