Rene, Georgia, and Seth talk about Macworld|iWorld 2012, the latest iPad 3 rumors including quad-core and LTE, and what it all means for iPhone 5. Plus, new retail boss John Browett, Steve Jobs quotes, and Jailbreak troubleshooting. This is iPhone & iPad Live!
- This was our Macworld
- Complete Macworld coverage
- What new hardware are you most looking forward to from Apple in 2012?
- Could Apple release a separate 4G LTE iPad 3 and Phone 5 in select markets?
- Supposed debug leak shows iPad 3 with quad-core A6 chip and LTE
- Foxconn plans to build five additional iPad production plants in Brazil
- 40,000 petition Apple for “ethical” iPhone 5 manufacturing
- Tim Cook speaks out against claims of factory worker mistreatment
- iPhone 5 counter claims: not going into production yet, not going to be longer or wider
- Apple posting Steve Jobs pictures, quotes at Cupertino Campus
- Apple appoints John Browett as Senior Vice President of Retail
- China Telecom aiming to launch iPhone 4S in February
- Apple’s iPad not affected by Amazon’s Kindle Fire
- How to troubleshoot common jailbreak issues on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
- How to take a screen recording on your iPhone or iPad [Jailbreak app for that]
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