iOS Devices

Virgin Mobile sells iPhone 5c, 5s for $100 off

If you're shopping for a new iPhone and going with a prepaid plan sounds right for you, you might want to consider Virgin Mobile USA. They just began offering the iPhone 5c and 5s starting today, and they're selling them for $100 less than you'd pay at an Apple store.

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German Apple TV users get Vevo and NHL

Apple TV users in Germany have some new options for entertaining themselves. Apple's enabled Apple TV boxes in Germany to use Vevo and NHL channels, according to Macerkopf.

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One place where Android and Windows Phones have the iPhone beat: Wi-Fi Calling

In most respects, I've been really happy with T-Mobile since I switched in April. I pay much less for service through T-Mobile than I did through either AT&T or Verizon, and on the odd occasion I've had to contact their customer service (only twice so far), I've been left feeling better than I did any time I ever had to contact their competitors. However, T-Mobile shares one flaw with those other services: their coverage sucks inside my house. That's why I want Wi-Fi Calling. It's a feature that T-Mobile has on several of its Android and Windows Phone handsets, but it isn't available on the iPhone. At least not yet.

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iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c look destined for Boost Mobile

The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are already available on all the major carriers in the U.S, but now it seems both are headed for the smaller Boost Mobile. Leaked advertising obtained by serial leakers, @evleaks, shows both new iPhones to be available from Boost Mobile with no contract.

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In-store collection returns to the Apple Store for iPhone 5s, for now

Demand for the iPhone 5s is high, supplies are still low, but Apple has made available once more in-store collection for online purchases. The facility originally went live about a week ago following Apple's record opening weekend of sales, but quickly disappeared as supplies dried up once more. For now though, if you're still trying to get your hands on a new iPhone 5s, it's definitely worth taking a look.

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iPhone 5s review

Every tick has its tock. Every leap forward in design, a follow up in performance, and optics, and special features. Every new iPhone, its S-class successor. That was the story of the iPhone 3GS in 2009 with its speed doubling, video recording, and voice control. Of the iPhone 4S in 2011, with its dual-cores, 1080p, and Siri. And its the story of the iPhone 5s in 2013, with its 64-bits, 120 frames-per-second, and its fingerprint ID sensor. It's the story of taking what is and making it into what's next. Of recognizing most revolutions don't happen during the span of a single keynote, but rather as the result of steady, steadfast innovation, iteration, and improvement.

The iPhone 5s is the new flagship phone from Apple. Like the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4S, the iPhone 5s retains not only the same name, but the same design and many of the same features as its most immediate predecessor. Unlike any iPhone before it, however, the iPhone 5s doesn't get to be all new, all by itself. Not this year. This year it has to share the stage - and the shelves - with the far more colorful, arguably more fun, iPhone 5c. In a time when competition has never been stronger, the iPhone 5s is facing it even from Apple. Yet being the top-of-the-line iPhone has never been about total cost or popular appeal. It's been about being the top-of-the-line iPhone. It's been about giving us what Apple calls their most forward-thinking iPhone ever, in our hands, now, today. But now, today, is it forward thinking enough?

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4G LTE now available from O2 UK on the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c

Prior to the launch of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c we learned that customers picking one up to run on the O2 network wouldn't get access to 4G LTE immediately. This was most likely down to Apple's certification process, but thankfully all that is now behind us, as the O2 UK Twitter account proudly tells us:

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Touch ID for the iTunes Store is great, when it's not asking for your password

Prior to the launch of the iPhone 5s, I went on record on the iMore Show with my one desire for the then much rumored fingerprint sensor. If it arrived and didn't allow me to buy apps and content from iTunes by touching my finger to it, then I wasn't that interested. Delight then, that Apple took the stage, announced Touch ID, and that we could use it to buy things. Delight, quickly followed by epic frustration.

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Grab an iPod nano in the UK for £30 off, so long as you like yellow or green

If you're looking for a well priced, small and highly portable music player, the iPod nano remains a fantastic choice. Better still for fellow Brits, if you're looking to pick one up at a great price, online retailer Expansys is currently selling the 16GB nano for just £99.99. Just so long as you like yellow or green

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Virgin Mobile USA to carry iPhone 5c and 5s starting October 1st

Virgin Mobile USA announced Friday plans to carry the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s beginning Tuesday, October 1st. As a prepaid carrier, Virgin will be offering the phones unsubsidized, but you can get prepaid coverage for as little as $35 a month.

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