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iPhone already dominating one China Mobile store in Shenzhen

Now everything is out in the open, it's not that surprising that the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c has been spotted on display in at least one China Mobile store, but it does make it all that little bit more real. Better yet, according to PRC, the iPhone is already starting to take over the display space:

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iPhone 5c on sale for $27 on contract at Walmart

Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to get a significant discount on either an iPhone 5c or 5s when purchasing from Walmart. Part of a holiday sale, the iPhone 5c, normally starting at $99, will be available for $27 with a new two-year contract.

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iPhone 5c £50 off at UK reseller, 16GB now £419 while stocks last

In the UK Apple will happily sell you a brand shiny new iPhone 5c for £469 for the 16GB model, but online retailer Expansys currently has an offer that betters that by a good chunk of change. While stocks last, the 16GB model is £419 and is available in blue, pink, yellow and green.

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iPhone 5s and 5c to launch on Straight Talk Wireless, NET10 Wireless

Both Straight Talk Wireless and NET10 Wireless will soon offer the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c to customers without contracts. Both carriers will offer the phones at full price, with the iPhone 5c starting at $549 for 16GB, and the 5s starting at $649 for 16GB. The 8GB iPhone 4s will be available for $449.

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LeAnn Rimes shoots new music video entirely on the iPhone

What you see here is the latest music video from LeAnn Rimes featuring Rob Thomas and Jeff Beck, and what makes it more remarkable is that the entire thing was shot using the iPhone. The process behind it all was explained by one of the producers in an article on The Loop:

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What's the difference between iPhones?

While 'iPhone' often sounds like one, iconic thing, Apple has fielded many different models, and an incredible array of variants over the years. This year there's the state-of-the-art iPhone 5s, the pop-art iPhone 5c, and the held-over iPhone 4s. Sure, 5 sounds higher than 4, but what's the real difference between all these models? Does more money really get you more features, does saving up-front cost you in the long run, and how much phone do you really need? If you're looking to get your first iPhone, or looking to get one for family or friends, figuring it all out can be confusing. Here's what you need to know!

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74% of Apple mobile devices now running iOS 7

Apple has posted a chart on their developer center showing that iOS 7 adoption, as measure by connections to the App Store between November 25 and December 1, 2013, has reached 74%. That means, in the less than 3 months since launch, very nearly 3 out of every 4 iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads that connect to the App Store are now running the latest version of Apple's mobile software. 22% are running iOS 6, and only 4% are running iOS 5 or earlier.

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The all-new, all-adjustable Glif

There's a new Glif in town, and this time it's adjustable. That means it can not only fit any iPhone you throw at it, but any phone, and in almost any case. Studio Neat:

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Obama says he can't use an iPhone because of security

US President Barack Obama told a group of young people at the White House that he can't use an Apple iPhone for security reasons, according to a recent Associated Press report (as published by SecurityWeek).

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Apple reportedly signs deal with China Mobile, iPhone to launch on carrier later this month

Apple has reportedly signed a deal for China Mobile, the world's largest carrier, to start selling the iPhone later in December. China Mobile's rival carriers, China Telecom and China Unicom, have been selling the iPhone for years already. The rollout is expected to coincide with the launch of China Mobile's 4G network on December 18, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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