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New iPhones ship in September: “high-end and low-end”

New iPhones ship in September: “high-end and low-end”

In the midst of the unofficial confirmations of both the iPhone and the iPad appearing soon in reboots at a single Apple event comes an assembly line tip that two iterations of the iPhone will ship in September. This suggestion comes from the Wall Street Journal seeing word from people familiar with the matter speaking on Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., this group supposedly acting as assembler of two iPhone models. This report suggests that a high-end version of the iPhone will be joined by a low-end version of the iPhone in September.

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iPhone event September 10th: unofficial confirmations flow in

iPhone event September 10th: unofficial confirmations flow in

Today a one-word "yep" confirmation (unofficial, though it is) appeared for a September 10th, 2013 Apple event that'll almost certainly unveil the next iPhone. This event date was first reported this weekend by AllThingsD, they having received an anonymous tip from someone with knowledge of the matter. Today this "next iPhone at a special event on Sept. 10" has been confirmed with that single word by Jim Dalrymple of The Loop.

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iPhone 5S unveiling tipped for September 10th: here’s what to expect

iPhone 5S unveiling tipped for September 10th: here’s what to expect

This weekend it would appear that we're so very close to the launch of the next iPhone that we're being treated to not only up-close photos of the devices themselves, but a possible reveal date as well. According to a source speaking with AllThingsD, a special event held by Apple on the 10th of September will play host to their next iPhone. While their one-line suggestion does only aim at one model, this event could very well still hold a surprise in a budget-minded second tier.

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LG G2 hardware round-up

LG G2 hardware round-up

This morning LG revealed the LG G2, their headliner for the year 2013 in smartphone form, complete with a 5.2-inch display and a back-facing set of physical buttons. With no physical buttons around the sides of this smartphone and only on-screen buttons up front, this device is LG's most unique hardware delivery of the year - if not in their whole smartphone-toting history. What we've learned today is what this device is made of and what makes it tick, starting with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor.

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Moto X unveiling event to be followed up with star-studded after-party

Moto X unveiling event to be followed up with star-studded after-party

On July 19, Motorola fired out a pre-event invitation to a Moto X event on August 1 in New York, prepped to bring the full device details to light. Now it has sent out another invite, this time bringing on a secondary event - a party, of sorts, full of big names in custom-fitted fun. In addition, the Moto X makes a somewhat candid appearance in the latest invite, more so than in the last one.

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DROID ULTRA leaks again, racing stripe intact

DROID ULTRA leaks again, racing stripe intact

If you were worried about the legitimacy of the leaked image shown last week depicting the DROID ULTRA complete with bright red stripe down its back, you weren't alone. What's appeared today, however, is a lovely bit of leak showing the same unit, this time with a much more photographically sound angle on it - that's a Limited Edition of the unit if ever we've seen one. Here the DROID ULTRA comes out to play for Verizon employees - or the very lucky.

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Samsung Developers Conference aims to join big guns as cross-platform yearly event

Samsung Developers Conference aims to join big guns as cross-platform yearly event

In what's fairly clear to be the spirit of such developer events as Apple's WWDC and Google I/O, Samsung has this week announced the creation of their own Developers Conference. Starting October 27th and lasting two days, ending on the 29th, this event takes place right in the heart of San Francisco, aiming to bring in both developers and industry leaders to a software-centric series of events living in the Samsung universe.

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Moto X un-event: here’s why Motorola is holding meetings, not a live stream

Moto X un-event: here’s why Motorola is holding meetings, not a live stream

So you've seen the announcement on the Moto X being a New York City event taking place on the 1st of August, yes? There's a bit of information in the invitation that you'll be interested to see if you're all about the possibilities in this device's vast customizability - the customizability that we've not yet heard about in detail officially, of course, but it's all but obvious at this point: a variety of physical colors for the smartphone and engravings to boot.

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