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Expect white iPhone 4 when you see it...

Getting tired of white iPhone 4 rumors yet? How about white iPhone 4 rumors from analysts? No? Well then AppleInsider is reporting on comments from a securities analyst who claims Apple will begin ramping up production of the white iPhone 4 for a possible release in early April.

Apple is expected to begin production of its long-awaited iPhone 4 sometime this month, with shipments no later than early April, according to one analyst's checks.

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Apple releases Xcode 4... via Mac App Store

Apple has released the final version of the all new Xcode 4 -- the go-to tool for iOS development -- and they've released it via the Mac App Store!

Here's the link to go grab it, and the massive feature list is after the break! Anyone trying it out yet? If so, what do you think? Going to make me some great apps with it?

[$4.99 - Mac App Store link]

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iOS 4.3 brings MLB baseball, NBA basketball to Apple TV

iOS 4.3 has a little surprise in store for Apple TV sports fans -- integration of MLB baseball and NBA basketball. Sports has been one of the last strongholds of traditional broadcast, cable, and satellite. No longer.

Here's the MLB news:

Enjoy select Spring Training games and a full slate of regular season games on Apple TV. Regular Season features include:

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Apple releases iOS 4.3 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV

Apple has jumped the gun and released iOS 4.3 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple TV ahead of the previously announced March 11 schedule. The update includes Wi-Fi personal hotspot for iPhone, iTunes Home Sharing, expanded AirPlay support for App Store apps,

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Verizon iPhone Jailbroken to work on Cricket pay-as-you-go

So it looks like if you're willing to Jailbreak your Verizon iPhone 4 and trust a Cricket dealer on the shadier shade of shady to flash it onto the Cricket Wireless network, you can leave Big Red and go to tiny chirp.

Anyone making the switch?


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New DODOCases for iPad 2 get charitable

DODOCase -- those wonderful moleskin-like enclosures hand made with traditional book-binding techniques in San Francisco -- are coming for iPad 2 in multiple colors for $59.95 and even a special edition for $89.95. What's more, when you place your pre-order you can choose to donate 10% of the price to one of the three charities -- SFMADE, San Francisco Center for the Book (SFCB), or Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Sounds as good as they look.


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Twitter for iPhone updated, #dickbar still mandatory but slightly less intrusive

Twitter for iPhone has been updated so that the new #dickbar Quick Bar does not overlap tweets in your timeline. Twitter introduced this trending bar last week and users were immediately outraged by its intrusive behavior and the fact that it cannot be disabled. This update still does not allow the user to disable the Quick Bar, but at least it's not quite as intrusive.

Here's everything this update has to offer:

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Wednesday, March 9

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • Zen Viewer HD: iPad file reader and viewer that unifies your favorite content in one place - read documents, PDFs, books, user manuals, and more! [$0.99 - iTunes link

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Do you want a 64GB iPhone?

MIC Gadget, the folks who brought you the Steve Jobs action figure, have gotten their hands on what might have been a 64GB iPhone 4 prototype leaked from the factories of Foxconn. Whether or not Apple was testing a 64GB iPhone 4 for potential release and whether or not they'll provide a 64GB option for iPhone 5 this summer is unknown.

Would you want it?

[MIC Gadget via 9to5Mac]

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When will Apple preview iOS 5?

Apple will most likely preview iOS 5 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch in early April. This isn't based on a "source familiar with the matter" but on simple history. Apple is secretive but cyclical. When it comes to iOS, so far they've held to the same pattern year after year. They did a preview in April of last year for iOS 4, and they've previewed iOS (formerly iPhone OS) in the spring going back to 2.0 in 2008.

If you're curious what we hope (not expect) to see included, check out our Imagining iOS 5 post. Otherwise, we're wait

So yeah, we expect an iOS 5 preview in April, don't you?

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