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Latest iPad Air 2 image leaks reveal Touch ID button, front panel, logic board

Latest iPad Air 2 image leaks reveal Touch ID button, front panel, logic board

While we've already seen a number of possible leaked images and mockups of Apple's update to the iPad Air this year, a new set of pictures from a Taiwanese site shows a handful of what could be the tablet's internal components. Apple.club.tw has posted one of the first looks at parts including the logic board, a cable for the Touch ID home button, a cable for the volume buttons, as well as the front panel.

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iPad Air 2 detailed in leaked photos

iPad Air 2 detailed in leaked photos

This morning the iPad Air 2 seems to have leaked in full - visually, anyway. this version of the iPad Air looks to have a Touch ID fingerprint reader, a thinner chassis, and a complete absence of a mute switch. This would be the first iPad released without said switch, each previous iPad keeping the switch for the instant muting of audio or rotation lock. This device is shown in white with the lighter aluminum backing in Silver - not quite Space Gray yet.

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Galaxy Alpha hits AT&T: metal “miniature”

Galaxy Alpha hits AT&T: metal “miniature”

This week the Samsung Galaxy Alpha hits AT&T in the United States, bringing a 4.7-inch display to the otherwise larger Galaxy S line. This device has many of the features that’d only otherwise be offered on the Samsung Galaxy S5 or Galaxy Note 4, here coming for a bit cheaper and in a slightly smaller package.

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Galaxy Alpha heads to AT&T in USA exclusively

Galaxy Alpha heads to AT&T in USA exclusively

It’s time for metal from Samsung with AT&T exclusively as the USA-based carrier nabs the Galaxy Alpha. This device works with a 4.7-inch display at 720p, a 2.5GHz quad-core processor, and a heart rate sensor - and a fingerprint scanner too. So what’s the difference between this and the Galaxy S5?

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1Password gets touchy with Touch ID, goes freemium on iOS

1Password gets touchy with Touch ID, goes freemium on iOS

Agile Bits is bumping 1Password on iOS to the big version 5 and this update is more than just a simple improvement over the current release. First, it has now gained support for using your fingerprint to get access to your password vault. And second, it marks the transition of 1Password into a freemium service, at least for iOS users.

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