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4 years ago

First BlackBerry 10 superphone pictures leak. Or, RIM's homage to Android's homage of iPhone

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First BlackBerry 10 superphone pictures leak. Or, RIM's homage to Android's homage of iPhone

New images have leaked showing what may be code-name London, or the first of the next-generation BlackBerry 10 superphones expected to ship from RIM at the end of 2012 and... they look like Android phones that look like iPhones. Kevin Michaluk from CrackBerry.com pitches them a phone-sized PlayBooks but after being teased with the far more original looking, Porsche Design-style concepts we saw a few weeks back, I can't help but be a little disappointed.

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4 years ago

What's Bluetooth? [iOS A-Z)

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What's Bluetooth? [iOS A-Z)

If you're new to iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad and are wondering just what exactly Bluetooth is and what it means to you, worry not -- iMore has you covered. Bluetooth is an open standard wireless communications protocol, which just means that it's a commonly available way for devices to talk to each other, and to other electronics, without having to be plugged in together. The most common things iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users do with Bluetooth include connecting to headsets and speakers.

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4 years ago

Facebook rumored to be readying $5 billion IPO

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Facebook rumored to be readying $5 billion IPO

Facebook, the massive social network that counts one of the most popular iPhone apps of all time in their portfolio, is rumored to be readying a $5 billion IPO (initial public offering). Yes, Zuckerberg and co. might finally be ready to hit the stock market. The New York Times reports:

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4 years ago

Foxconn plans to build five additional iPad production plants in Brazil

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Foxconn plans to build five additional iPad production plants in Brazil

Apple's largest production partner, Foxconn, has plans to build five new production plants in Brazil to help support the growing demand for the iPad tablet.

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4 years ago

Hands on with FavorIt for iPhone

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Hands on with FavorIt for iPhone

FavorIt is the place where favorite friends and favorite apps meet. This new twist to app discovery lets you share your five favorite apps with your Facebook friends and view theirs. You can also see which apps are popular among all your friends.

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4 years ago

App Giveaway: Revertis for iPhone and iPad

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App Giveaway: Revertis for iPhone and iPad

If Tetris were to wed a matching game, their resulting child may be something similar Revertis. The goal of this casual puzzle game is to draw 4 dots at a time in such a way that matches identical colors. The objective is simple, but execution may not always be.

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4 years ago

Add customization options to 'slide to unlock' text with Slider Pro [Jailbreak]

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Add customization options to 'slide to unlock' text with Slider Pro [Jailbreak]

Slider Pro is a new jailbreak mod in Cydia that lets you customize the 'Slide to unlock' text on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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4 years ago

China Telecom aiming to launch iPhone 4S in February

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China Telecom aiming to launch iPhone 4S in February

Beijing Telecom, a subsidiary of China Telecom, has announced that they're aiming to release the iPhone 4S by the beginning of March, and that the final regulatory certifications just made it through on Monday.

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4 years ago

Could Apple release a separate 4G LTE iPad 3 and Phone 5 in select markets?

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Could Apple release a separate 4G LTE iPad 3 and Phone 5 in select markets?

We'll likely get a new iPad 3 sometime this March and an iPhone 5 later this summer or fall, but will either or both of them run on the new, ultra-fast 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) networks? And if they do, will LTE be built into every device, or will there be special models made for just those networks that support it?

Right now there's only one iPhone 4S and it runs on both GSM/HSPA+ and CDMA/EVDO Rev. A, on every carrier that offers it. That's a change from the iPhone 4 that debuted as GSM/AT&T only and later had a different model, with a different antenna, released for Verizon. Likewise, the iPad 2 still doesn't come in a unified model, having on version for AT&T/GSM and one for Verizon alone.

So, while Apple has moved to unify their manufacturing for iPhone 4S, they have in the past, and still to this day, made separate models of iPhone and iPad to handle different network technologies.

And they could do it again for LTE.

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4 years ago

Angry Birds boss doesn't see app piracy as a problem - it might even help business

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Angry Birds boss doesn't see app piracy as a problem - it might even help business

In a recent interview, Rovio CEO Mikael Hed said that app piracy isn't a huge threat to their signature title, Angry Birds. In fact, it may help increase their popularity. Hed draws a lot of parallels to the music industry, and sees suing your fanbase as fundamentally "futile".

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4 years ago

How to replace a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4 speaker assembly and cellular antenna [Weekly mod]

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How to replace a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4 speaker assembly and cellular antenna [Weekly mod]

Having speaker or cellular reception issues on your iPhone 4 and want to DIY repair it yourself? Luckily we can walk you through the process and give you advice on where to get parts and tools from.

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4 years ago

Hot apps: Ringtones & Alert Tones Maker puts your favorite song clips into your iPhone sound system

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Hot apps: Ringtones & Alert Tones Maker puts your favorite song clips into your iPhone sound system

Also today: Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land, Meeting Mapper, Tiny Review, Ringtones & Alert Tones Maker, The Very Cranky Bear

Every day the iPhone and iPad App Stores get flooded with new and updated apps and games, and every day we sort through them all to bring you the very best. Today's hottest apps and updates include an RPG from the slimiest pits of the Old Ones, a cool and clever way to map your meetings, the shortest review app on the planet, a new ringtone creation app vying for the crown, and a much-loved children's book comes to iPhone and iPad.

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4 years ago

Final Cut Pro X updated to turn your multi-cam iPhone videos into masterpieces

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Final Cut Pro X updated to turn your multi-cam iPhone videos into masterpieces

Apple just released an update to their executive video editing software suite which adds multi-camera syncing and broadcast monitoring suport. Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 also includes enhanced XML, so it can talk with third-party plug-ins more easily.

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4 years ago

Apple appoints John Browett as Senior Vice President of Retail

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Apple appoints John Browett as Senior Vice President of Retail

Apple has appointed John Browett as their new Senior Vice President of Retail. Mr Browett will be leaving his position of CEO of Dixons Retail, Europe's largest specialist electrical retailer.

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4 years ago

Top free iPhone app devs paying $1.81 per user in marketing

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Top free iPhone app devs paying $1.81 per user in marketing

Fiksu, a mobile marketing firm, released some interesting data on how much money top iPhone app developers are spending on promoting their creations. After looking at the top 200 free iPhone App Store for December, the average cost to get someone to run an app more than three times is $1.81.

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