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New iPad pricing to start at $499 for Wi-Fi, $629 for 3G/4G LTE, available March 16th

Apple has announced availability and pricing for the new iPad during their iPad keynote, which won't be changing whatsoever from the previous lineup. The pricing structure will follow their typical $499/$599/$699 depending on storage space, which also carries over the to 4G LTE models at $629/$729/$829. The new iPad will be available to consumers on March 16th.

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New iPad to include quad-core A5X chip at its core

Apple announced during their iPad 3 event that the new iPad will indeed come packed with the rumored quad-core A5X SoC (system-on-a-chip) to power the device.

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Rumor claims Apple set release lower priced 8GB iPad 2, no 64GB iPad 3... wait, what?

Yet more rumors are surfacing that Apple will release a lower priced 8GB iPad 2 alongside the iPad 3 this month. Digitimes, which has not been extremely accurate lately, says this is to "defend" against Windows 8 tablets coming later this year.

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Facebook for iPhone, iPad about to get mobile ads

Facebook has announced they'll be bringing ads to all of their mobile apps, including the official Facebook for iPhone app in addition to the new iPad app. Mobile ads will be integrated into the news feed and will roll out immediately. They also plan to introduce premium ads on the desktop logout screen.

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Apple now selling iPhone 4 handsets made in Brazil

It looks like Apple has started selling iPhone 4 units produced out of Foxconn's new Brazilian manufacturing plant, which has been up and running since late 2011. According to photos released by Portuguese news site Meio Bit, the iPhone 4's in question appear to be the lower-end 8GB variation, with unit stamps indicating Apple may have only begun selling them just a few short weeks ago.

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Ringtonium review: The best ringtone creation app for iPhone

Ringtonium is simple and easy to use, and best of all saves you money by letting you use your already purchased songs as ringtones.

Ringtonium is the best app for creating custom ringtones -- and alert tones -- on your iPhone. While record labels are happy to resell you ringtones for the same tracks you've already bought -- often at the same or even higher prices than the full song! -- if you don't mind a few quick steps, you can save some money and get exactly the ringtone you want, exactly the way you want it.

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How to sell your old iPad before upgrading to the new iPad 3

You've decided you're going to buy an iPad 3, sight unseen, the moment Apple lets you give them your money, and you want to get a jumpstart on selling your old iPad before the market gets saturated? No problem! If you're not handing it down to a friend or family member, or keeping it around the office as a backup device, why not get some cash back and put it towards the purchase of Apple's next big tablet device? It's a relatively straight forward process, but there are some things to be careful about, so here's how to get started.

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Why Apple chose Twitter over Facebook

With the upcoming release of OS X Mountain Lion, Apple will be fully integrating Twitter social sharing across all of their included apps, as well as extending a developer API for 3rd party apps available through the Mac App Store. This follows similar integration in iOS 5 last year and leaves one huge, lingering question: where's the Facebook integration?

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Apple's Fair Play DRM for iBooks cracked

It appears as though Apple's FairPlay Digital Rights Management (DRM) for iBooks has been cracked, allowing iBooks to work on non-iOS ePub readers.

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Best iPhone apps and accessories for running and jogging

"Whether you're new to jogging or are a seasoned marathoner, there are tons of great iPhone apps and accessories will help you to be the best runner you can possibly be."

The iPhone is the perfect companion for those looking to get into jogging or running, or those looking to keep their long-term training fun and fresh. Since it's health and Fitness month here at iMore and the Mobile Nations network, we're going to take a look a the very best accessories and apps that'll help you get the most out of your experience.

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Apple acquires Chomp, set to revamp search and discovery for App Store apps

Apple has acquired Chomp, a search and discovery app for the iPhone that helps users find the best-of-the-best apps in the App Store. Apple plans to utilize Chomp's proprietary algorithms and technology to improve discoverability and user experience, presumably both on the mobile and desktop versions of the App Store.

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Bug in iOS 5.0.1 allows unauthorized access to your contacts and call history

A new bug found in iOS 5.0.1 may allow an unauthorized user to access your contacts, make phone calls, or use FaceTime on your passcode-protected iPhone. But stop panicking, this bug isn't easily reproduced - it requires you to have either no service or the sim card removed. Your average snoop won't find it worth their time.

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Supposed photos of iPad 3 compared with iPad 2 confirm thicker design, more tapered edges

The iPad 3 rumor mill is chugging a long a full speed, this time showing us what's supposedly Apple's next generation tablet side-by-side with an iPad 2.

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Apple rumored to be working on complete iTunes Store and App Store redesign

Apple is reportedly planning a redesign for the iTunes Store and App Store for sometime later this year.

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iPhone 5 rumored to be keeping to fall release schedule for 2012

Japanese news site Macotakara reports from sources close to Apple that they plan on sticking to a September or October release cycle for the next-generation iPhone, just as they did with the iPhone 4S, and will stick to this release window for all future iPhone models going forward.

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Rumored prototype iPad 3 logic board shows Apple A5X chip

Adding to the ever-growing iPad 3 rumor mill, a new photo has surfaced on the WeiPhone forums showing a system-on-a-chip nestled onto a prototype logic board, carrying a previously unheard of "A5X". The A5X chip also includes a date code of "1146", which would peg production at or around November 14th-20th of 2011.

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iOS 5.1 rumored to bring rich text to Notes app

iOS 5.1 has been in beta for a while now, but it looks like several features have remained hidden from developers thus far -- potentially including rich text formatting for the Notes app. Previously limited to just plain text, iPhone Hellas reports that users will soon be able to include bulleted lists, links, underlined text, change the font color and more.

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Best Buy employee auction site loaded up with discounted iPad 2's ahead of iPad 3 launch

It looks like Best Buy is trying to offload some iPad 2 inventory on their internal employee auction website ahead of the iPad 3 launch, which is expected to be announced on March 7th with a high-resolution Retina display, quad-core processor and possible 4G LTE support.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses bringing iPad, iPhone experience to Mountain Lion

Apple officially announced they'll be pushing OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion to the public later this summer, further integrating the iPad experience with the desktop bringing Messages, Reminders, Notification Center and more. The Wall Street Journal sat down with Apple CEO Tim Cook to discuss some of the reasons Apple chose to bring the iPad experience over to the Mac.

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