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Everyday brings easy daily self-protraiture to iPhone

The new app Everyday for iPhone is simple in premise -- it helps you take a daily self-portrait. You can align today's photo based on a grid or yesterday's photo and, of course, you can share it via the usual social network suspects. From the minds and talents of William Wilkinson, Adam Lisagor (aka lonelysandwich), Noah Kalina, and Oliver White and is based on White's "Noah Takes A Photo Of Himself For 6 Years project.

Now I'm not sure I'd personally use it for self-protraiture but for parents, especially new parents, it could be a terrific way to keep a daily journal of their children, especially with the video composition feature. Anyone out there giving it a try?

Screenshots and pre-requiste Adam Lisagor video after the break!

[$1.99 - iTunes link]

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AT&T to use T-Mobile spectrum for LTE

AT&T has confirmed they'll be using their newly announced T-Mobile US acquisition -- more specifically T-Mo's 1700MHz AWS spectrum (currently providing 3G and "4G" HSPA+) -- for a bigger, better LTE rollout ("4GS?"). See the slide above for details.

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iOS 4.3.1 coming within 2 weeks?

Boy Genius Report, which has gotten good information on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch software updates in the past, is hearing from their sources that iOS 4.3.1 will be pushed out sometime within the next week or two and will address:

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Apple confirm there is no delay to iPad 2 launch in the UK (and internationally?)

Despite recent fears and rumors about a possible delay, the iPad 2 will still be released on Friday March 25... in the United Kingdom at least. UK tech site TechRadar managed to squeeze some confirmation out of the usually tight lipped Apple.

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Monday, March 21

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!

  • QuickCam: Take a photo while shooting video! Can also hold down the still button for rapid capture. [$0.99 - iTunes link]

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Jonathan Ive not returning to the UK after all?

UK newspaper The Daily Mail, has published an article profiling the life of Apple’s VP of Industrial Design Jonathan Ive. The most interesting point to come from the article is a quote from one of Ive’s former colleagues when asked about the recent rumor of Ive wanting to return to the UK.

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Czech Republic iPad 2 site says launch happening on April 25?

A 9to5Mac reader from the Czech Republic sent them a screenshot from the localized Apple website touting an April 25 launch for iPad 2, which is later than Apple's previously announced March 25 date. Since April 25 is a Monday as opposed to March 25, which is a Friday, it could just be a misprint. Unless we hear otherwise from Apple, that's what we'll assume it is. Even if accurate, there could be special circumstances unique to Czech that have caused the delay, or Apple might be further splitting up its international launch, or if more countries will be postponed are all unknowns at this point.

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UPDATED: AT&T acquiring T-Mobile US, what does it mean for iPhone?

AT&T will be buying T-Mobile USA from parent company Deutsch Telekom for $39 billion in stock and cash.

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iPhone 5 NFC: Yes, no, maybe so?!

There have been a lot of conflicting rumors this week about the unannounced iPhone 5 and its so far imaginary new NFC feature, including that it wouldn't have said imaginary feature, it would indeed have it, and it would have it and then some. Dizzy yet? You will be...

The Independent first said iPhone 5 (which doesn't yet exist) wouldn't have NFC (which Apple has never announced):

"The new iPhone will not have NFC, Apple told the operators it was concerned by the lack of a clear standard across the industry." Yet Apple is understood to be working on its own NFC proposition, which would link payments through iTunes. It hopes to introduce the technology in a handset likely to be released next year.

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