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iMore show. Today. 12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET. Be here!

I'll be traveling at the end of the week, but with WWDC 2013 fast approaching, there's no way we can skip the iMore show. So, we've got Peter Cohen and very special guest Jim Dalrymple of The Loop joining us for an early edition!

12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET. Be here!

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Farewell, Leanna Lofte!

I'm heartbroken and yet profoundly proud to announce that this is Leanna Lofte's last week here at iMore. Leanna first joined us as a forum member in September of 2008, and impressed us so much that she quickly became a moderator, and by April of 2009, had begun writing app reviews. Among her earliest subjects were, of course, a math app and a photography app roundup. Studying and teaching math, and taking photographs, were and are two of her greatest passions. (The others being, as anyone who follows any of her social streams well knows, tiny dogs that look more like Ewoks, her husband and fellow mathamagician, Dave, and most recently, her impossibly cute little daughters, Lila and Lucy.)

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Will you be switching to Google Music All Access? [Poll]

Will you be switching to Google Music All Access? [Poll]

Google's SVP of Android and Chrome, Sundar Pichai, left the D11 conference having dropped a huge piece of news for iOS; that their new All Access music service would be coming to iOS in a matter of weeks. While we're not short on music streaming services on iOS, Google going cross-platform is a big deal. They also offer a different experience to some of their competing services, in that each account also has a cloud locker large enough for 20,000 songs. But, is all this enough to encourage you to switch?

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Final batch of tickets for June 6th NYC Talk Mobile launch event now available!

The RSVPs have been getting snatched up fast for next Thursday's Talk Mobile launch party in NYC. To give as many people as possible a fair shot at attending, we spread the tickets out over three batch releases.

Just now we put live the third and final batch of tickets. If you're in New York City the evening of June 6th and want to attend, jump over to the event invitation page and claim your ticket!

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Head's up: Talk Mobile podcast at 2pm ET, more party tickets available at 12pm ET!

It's an insane week here at iMore and Mobile Nations, with Talk Mobile 2013 just around the corner, and things are in no way slowing day! Here's what's headed your way today!

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iMore show. Today. 12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET. Be here!

The all-new iMore show returns today with special guest David Barnard of App Cubby. He'll be joining me and Peter Cohen to talk everything Apple this week, so make sure you join us!

12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET. Be here!

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RSVP now for the Talk Mobile 2013 party in NYC on June 6!

Mobile Nations, iMore, and the entire network have just announced Talk Mobile 2013 and while that's exciting, this might just be even more exciting -- we're throwing a giant launch party in New York City on Thursday June 6 and we want you to be there!

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Mobile Nations and iMore to host... Talk Mobile 2013!

#TM13 stands for Talk Mobile 2013, an all-new, online event hosted by Mobile Nations -- including not only iMore, but Android Central, CrackBerry, and Windows Phone Central as well -- created with one goal in mind: to take our ongoing discussion of mobile to the next level.

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Would you want to buy a larger than 9.7-inch iPad? [Poll]

Would you want to buy a larger iPad?

There's a rumor that has been doing the rounds suggesting that a 13-inch 'iPad Maxi' could be on the cards for 2014. While we're pretty skeptical over any accuracy at all on this one, it does raise an interesting question. Should there ever be a larger than 9.7-inch iPad, would you want to pick one up?

There's an obvious, if niche, market for a larger display iPad. Folks with a design-centric profession for example could be appreciative of a larger display, as could medical professionals, or even schools. More room to view, more room to do, and still retain an air of portability over something like a MacBook.

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