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iPhone 5S bringing Silver, Gold, and Space Gray

iPhone 5S bringing Silver, Gold, and Space Gray

Apple decided to change things up a bit today and announced the iPhone 5C along with the iPhone 5S. The iPhone 5C arrived in multiple colors, as had been rumored and it looks like the same can be said about the iPhone 5S. Though, this one is not quite as colorful. The iPhone 5S will be arriving in three colors; Silver, Gold and Space Gray.

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iPhone 5S official: first smartphone on market with 64-bit SoC

iPhone 5S official: first smartphone on market with 64-bit SoC

After much anticipation for the device that'll one-up the iPhone 5, Apple has revealed the iPhone 5S in full. This device takes on a shape that's rather similar to the previous iPhone, appearing here as an incremental update to the smartphone line rather than a full reboot. This device works with a 4-inch touchscreen display with 1136 x 640 pixel resolution - that's 326 PPI, with an aluminum casing around the sides and the back.

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iPhone 5C official: replacing the iPhone 5

iPhone 5C official: replacing the iPhone 5

This week Tim Cook took the stage at an Apple event that would reveal not one, but two new iPhone devices. The first of these is the iPhone 5C. This device along with the second iPhone have been revealed to be part of a new model from Apple which will have them replacing the iPhone they've released the year before rather than pushing it down to a lower price range.

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Apple: 700 millionth iOS device sold by end of September

Apple: 700 millionth iOS device sold by end of September

It's that time again folks. Today is officially iPhone day as Apple has just kicked off their event in Cupertino where they've promised to brighten up everybody's day with some new gadgets. With loads of leaks from hardware, sensors, cases and more, we're just minutes away from knowing all the details. As usual, Apple has started off with some numbers showcasing their progress, and we have a few important ones below.

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Apple event today – we’re liveblogging starting at 10AM PST

Apple event today – we’re liveblogging starting at 10AM PST

In a very short amount of time we'll be headed to Cupertino to have a look at what Apple will be offering up in their newest event - starting at 10AM PST. You'll be able to follow along with SlashGear the whole event long through our SlashGear liveblog portal, complete with all the content you'll need to have the news first. Then you'll also want to follow along with our Apple hub, with up-to-the-minute news blasts also coming to you straight from Apple headquarters in California!

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iPhone 5S and 5C rumor round-up

iPhone 5S and 5C rumor round-up

Tomorrow an Apple event will play host to the launch of what's expected to be more than one new iPhone device as well as the formal public release of iOS 7. This mobile operating system update to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch device family was introduced earlier this year at Apple's yearly developers conference WWDC. The devices Apple is expected to unveil are both the iPhone 5S - an incremental update to the iPhone 5, and the iPhone 5C - the plastic-backed so-called "budget" device rumored for many moons, with bright colors all around.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch take over Times Square

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch take over Times Square

This week the folks at Samsung created a spectacle of themselves for the likes of their new device duo: the Galaxy Note 3 and the smartwatch known as Samsung Galaxy Gear. They did this both in Berlin and in New York City, with a press event for IFA 2013 and a veritable party in the streets in Times Square. While the press were invited to have a peek at the products in Germany, members of the public were ushered in to see the devices in the USA.

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Apple support vacation blackout dates suggest September iPhone launch

Apple support vacation blackout dates suggest September iPhone launch

A document has surfaced today from the inner realm of Apple product support that suggests the dates between and including September 15th through the 29th will not be available for employee vacation. This range of dates for a blackout provided by AppleInsider suggest something very similar to what we saw earlier this week from T-Mobile USA, they having a black-out range starting on the 20th of September and running through a 3-day range (through the weekend, that is). Such dates suggest not only an iPhone launch, but the release of iOS 7 as well.

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