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No LTE iPhone until 2012; 8MP iPhone 4S in September?

No LTE iPhone until 2012; 8MP iPhone 4S in September?

Apple is not expected to release an LTE-enabled iPhone until 2012 after 4G chip yield issues at supplier Qualcomm, according to the latest mutterings from Taipei. The iPhone 4S now predicted to bring a more incremental update to the smartphone later in 2011, DigiTimes reports, will lack the 4G connectivity, though any loss of sales from disappointed would-be upgraders may well be offset by increased shipments to China.

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No NFC for iPhone 4S/iPhone 5 claim analysts

No NFC for iPhone 4S/iPhone 5 claim analysts

Apple's next-gen iPhone 4S - tipped by some to be a relatively incremental update to the smartphone, rather than a significant reworking - will not, in fact, include NFC, according to Bernstein. A note from the analyst company, BusinessInsider reports, claims the new smartphone (aka the iPhone 5) will miss out on the short-range wireless radio system, as Apple skips yet another generation of handset.

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Apple iPhone 4S, Not iPhone 5?

Apple iPhone 4S, Not iPhone 5?

So all this time we’ve been clamoring about an upcoming iPhone 5, when actually what’s next is the iPhone 4S? That is indeed the case, according to Jeffries analyst Peter Misek. The update to 4S is not as drastic as what's been originally rumored for an iPhone 5. But, his report brings good news for Sprint and T-Mobile customers with iPhone envy.

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Watch an AK-74 bullet travel through more than 5 iPhones

Watch an AK-74 bullet travel through more than 5 iPhones

We've seen lots of videos already of devices like iPhones and Samsung Galaxy phones shot in super-slow motion with weapons like sniper rifles and hand guns, and even heard of one iPhone 5C that saved its owner's life from a shotgun blast, but how about lining up multiple smartphones to see how many a single bullet will pass through? Well, YouTuber EverythingApplePro has answered that question for us, with his video where he shoots at over six iPhones at close-range with an AK-74 assault rifle.

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iPhone 8-years on: what’s next for Apple’s flagship?

iPhone 8-years on: what’s next for Apple’s flagship?

Eight years ago Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to the world, and the world changed. Apple didn't invent the smartphone, but they certainly started the craze. Eight years on, we're having a look at how this quintessential smart device has evolved - where it's been, what it's meant to the industry, and where it's about to go. As always, the next step is the most important for us. Once the newest phone is in your hands, it's time for the next one. What's left for Apple to do to the device that changed the way they did business?

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SkinIt Review: Marvel, Star Wars on MacBook Pro, LG G3, Xbox One

SkinIt Review: Marvel, Star Wars on MacBook Pro, LG G3, Xbox One

It's time for a quick look at the latest from SkinIt here with a couple of skins from their newest Marvel Comics collection as well as a classic skin from Star Wars. SkinIt sent us samples for three rather different devices to get a good feel for the quality of their product on different sorts of surfaces and at different scales, as well. What you're seeing here is a MacBook Pro, an LG G3 smartphone, and the Xbox One gaming console.

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Apple approves first 4K iPhone video app: $999 and it’s yours

Apple approves first 4K iPhone video app: $999 and it’s yours

Yes, that isn't a typo. It's actually $999.99, which practically makes it $1,000. Granted, the app's purpose is quite noble and the results it gives might very well justify the costs. i4software's Vizzywig 4K lets you produce and distribute 4K videos from your iPhone 5s. A complete 4K video workflow all from the convenience of your 2013 iPhone model Unfortunately, for now, it will have to be only that model and only on iOS 7. If you want to keep on using this app, you shouldn't upgrade to iOS 8 until further notice.

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iPhone 6 may be in limited supply (at first)

iPhone 6 may be in limited supply (at first)

The iPhone family has used Sapphire Glass for components for several generations. Both the back-facing camera lens and, in the iPhone 5s, the Touch ID home button work with Sapphire Glass to keep them tough. The iPhone 6, as it’s assumed to be called, has been teased more than once to be working with a full Sapphire Glass front panel.

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Apple, Samsung dominate monthly channel sales

Apple, Samsung dominate monthly channel sales

The semi-dated iPhone 5S still reigns supreme, according to Counterpoint research. Their metrics for May of 2014 show the flagship iPhone is stil the best-selling phone. Many expected the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy S5 would have snapped that title from Apple, but once again, the iPhone tops them all.

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