Apple iPhone 5C Leaked Video Show iOS 7, Apple iPhone 5S/6 Release Date Hot And Awaited

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Speculated to be announced at Apple’s keynote event on September 10th, the world awaits the entry of the iPhone 5S or 6 and cheaper iPhone 5C. Along with these devices, the Cupertino Calif.-based firm is also expected to announce the release of its latest operating system; iOS7. Printed in vivid colors, the invitation hints towards the arrival of the iPhone 5C in rainbow colors. Also a video with rumors have surfaced around the corner indicating that Apple’s cheaper iPhone 5C might roll out in either hot pink or red, running iOS 7. However, certain reports also indicate that the iPhone 5S and 5C might hit the shelves on September 20th and 27th respectively. Molded in a plastic case, the cheaper iPhone 5C might house lower specs as compared to its predecessors. The device might cost in between $300 to $500, which is cheaper as compared to Apple’s costly iPhone devices

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Apple iPhone 6/5S Betting Release Set on Twin Dates, Will It Be 20th or 27th Sep?

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Various reports crammed up on the web have confirmed the launch of Apple’s impending next-gen iPhone 6 or iPhone 5S on 10th September this year. And now the string that hangs revolves around the substantial date when consumers will actually be able to grab the devices. As per latest speculation retailers are prepping up their shelves to display both the devices that might arrive either on 20th or 27th September. In case rumors turn out to be true, Apple’s latest iPhone 6 will turn up on 20th September followed by its cheaper version that might roll out on 27th September. Twin dates set for the release might be two great weeks for Apple, which following the releases of its new devices sees horde of consumers line up outside the stores to grab the products. However, for any confirmation from Tim Cook, we will have to wait and watch the company’s [+more]

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iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3: Which Of Them Pulls More Web Traffic?

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In spite of the flawed mapping software, the iPhone 5 does not really stop to pull customers towards its sleek and stylish design. The fact that Apple managed to sell over five million devices during the first week of its launch stands witness to this fact. And now as per a latest report by Chitika, mobile ad firm, Apple’s latest sixth-gen iPhone 5 has even surpassed the Web traffic, outdoing its rivals’ Samsung Galaxy S III in less than 18 days. The findings by the firm Chitika were based on millions of mobile ad impressions from both the devices across the US and Canada, starting Oct. 3rd till 9th. By Oct. 9th, the firm noted that about 56 percent of impressions were from Apple’s iPhone 5 and 44 percent from the Galaxy S III. According to Chitika it is the record-breaking sales numbers and the devices’ 4G browsing speeds of [+more]

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Another iPhone 5 Gaffe, The Aluminium Body Susceptible To Scratches

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Consider yourself lucky if you have your iPhone 5 in hands already! Reportedly, there are still many waiting in the line who pre-ordered their iPhone 5 following days after its launch. The delay, so they say, is caused due to some issue with scratch checks on this latest smartphone, which has slowed down the production lines at Foxconn, which is Apple’s supplier of iPhones. Following the launch of the iPhone 5, news had crammed up the web, claiming that the device was susceptible to scratches due to the aluminum used in its making. The aluminum in iPhone 5 made the device thin and light but more prone to wear and tear. Addressing the complaints, Phil Schiller of Apple said that the scratches were normal and that users were holding it in the wrong manner. This didn’t really amuse who splurged a hefty amount to bag this latest device. Following this, [+more]

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iPhone 5 Look Alike Is Here:The Fifth-Generation iPod Touch

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  For those who got the iPhone 5s, and waiting to bag the latest iPod Touch, Apple has got good news. According to a news in Gigaom, Apple has rolled out the shipping of this fifth-gen iPod Touch to all those who pre-ordered it. Latest in line, the new iPod Touch is designed with a feature that gives notifications in this updated music player. The 4-inch screen of this revamped iPod touch gives it the iPhone 5-like look. Measuring 6mm in leanness with a weight of 88 grams, this iPod Touch makes a thin and light device. It also boasts of a 5-megapixel camera with backside illumination, a hybrid IR filter, five-element lens, f/2.4 aperture, auto-focus, and LED flash. The camera also has the new scratch-resistant Sapphire Crystal lens cover along with Panorama. Running the A5 processor, the iPod Touch comes included with a dual-core chip. This upgrade as per [+more]

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Why Nokia Lumia 920 Scores Over Apple iPhone 5?

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I love writing. And the best part about my job is getting hands on to the latest devices, even before they hit the market shelves. Getting my hands on both the Nokia Lumia 920 and the iPhone 5 was like receiving two pies from the sky, in my favorite flavor. Both the phones felt great, and I was happily wondering about the discriminating choices we got- all with latest technology, updated apps, and innovative features. Both the inventive devices gave me the flexibility of either using iOS 6 platform or Windows Phone 8 operating system. Both of them support 4G LTE. To make options clear for you, I am penning down the pros and cons of both the smartphones’ specifications. Going by my personal choice, I feel the Nokia Lumia 920 scores high over the Apple’s iPhone 5. Read on to know why. Since the introduction of Lumia smartphones, Nokia [+more]

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iPhone5′s In-Cell Screen Technology Causing the Delay In Manufacturing Of New Devices

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Apple Inc took out its next-gen smartphone iPhone 5 with a thinner, lighter, and sleeker look, which made it sold-out all devices just within 24 hours of its debut. With this sixth model in its iPhone lineup, Apple for the very first time incorporated in-cell screen technology, which made the iPhone 5 come out with both the display as well as the touch sensor. The components used for in-cell screen are made by LG Display Co. and Japan Display Inc. This same technology lured as many as five million users to buy the iPhone 5 and it is this in-cell screen technology that is making it a long process for Apple to manufacture the devices and hence, the shortfall. According to a report in Bloomberg, manufacturing in-cell screens is more “painstaking than earlier screen types, contributing to bottlenecks.” Because of this, there has been outstrip of supply of iPhone 5 [+more]

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Blockbuster Sale For iPhone 5, Apple Sells Five Million Devices In Just Three Days

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In a press release, Apple Inc announced selling a huge number of five million iPhone 5 devices in just three days following its launch in the market. The demand of iPhone 5 exceeded the initial supply, with Apple taking pre-orders for delivery in October. The Cupertino Calif.-based firm also said that around 100 million iOS devices were updated to its latest iOS 6, in just few days after it was launched. The iPhone 5 was launched on September 21st in many countries including the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the UK. It will hit the shelves in 22 more countries on September 28th. These countries include Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. By 2012 end, the iPhone 5 will be available in more than 100 countries. [+more]

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iPhone5 On Verizon And AT&T Sold Out, Customers Not Happy With The Apple Map App

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Following the launch of iPhone 5, Apple Stores saw customers coming in droves all over the globe last Friday, which also surpassed the record levels for sale of Apple’s sixth-generation smartphone. Those lucky ones who bagged the device day-1, found lot of hidden surprises- both good as well as bad. The foremost and most talked-about is Apple’s row with once best friends- Google, which made two mainstay apps- YouTube and Maps disappear from the iPhone 5. Apple came up with its own latest Maps app, which got lot of criticism and wasn’t truly ready for the primetime. The lack of travel information and incorrect directions were two points that disappointed users with Apple’s new Maps App. Apple however, says it’s working on its map app to offer best user experience. Also see the map app war between iPhone 5 and Motorola Driod Rzaor M : http://techthirsty.com/2012/09/24/iphone-5-vs-motorola-driod-razor-m-the-map-app-war-gets-bitter/ The iPhone 5 is offered [+more]

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Hands On iPhone5: It Was Almost Like Bumping Into My Superhero From The Big Screen

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Writing about iPhone 5 last few weeks was fun and laying hands on the actual device was even better. It was almost like bumping into my superhero from the big screen. Standing in the long queue was totally worth it! To start, not only could I relate my writings with the device, but it also sounded a lot more familiar. Also I was smiling and was happy about joining the league of proud owners of an iPhone 5 with the latest iOS 6. So, for those who stayed unsuccessful in grabbing the device the day-one, I could help solve the mystery by listing down some of the answers to your questions. The world’s long-awaited iPhone 5 is surely a lot thinner, lighter, and brighter. Apple gave birth to A6 chip in its latest offering. The firm heavily marketed claiming iPhone 5 to be faster than the iPhone 4S. I kept [+more]

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