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iPhone 5S event tipped for June 20 while Apple patent suggests ceramics

iPhone 5S event tipped for June 20 while Apple patent suggests ceramics

Take today's latest iPhone news with a grain of salt, folks, but it looks like Apple's next iPhone could be announced on June 20, and be released a couple weeks later sometime in early July. This isn't an odd time frame for Apple, however, as they've made announcements in June in the past. This would then point to a fall launch of a possible lower-cost iPhone that, according to a new patent, could come with a ceramic body.

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Apple job listing hints at major Siri improvements

Apple job listing hints at major Siri improvements

While Apple's Siri wasn't as great as advertised, the company has been committed to improving the voice service ever since its launch. So, it may come as no surprise then that Apple is looking for a jolly-good fellow to help the company make some changes to Siri and breathe more life into the service. A new job posting on Apple's website gives us a few details on what the future will look like for Siri.

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Apple rumored to release cheaper iPhone in 2013

Apple rumored to release cheaper iPhone in 2013

This certainly isn't the first time we've heard of such a rumor, but it's back and ready to get people to speculate yet again. The Wall Street Journal is claiming that 2013 is the year of a cheaper iPhone, which will sport a less-expensive body, perhaps being made out of tough plastic instead of a mixture of glass and metal.

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iPhone 5: a July round-up of pre-release leaks, tips, and rumors

iPhone 5: a July round-up of pre-release leaks, tips, and rumors

It's time to take another look at what Apple's next-generation iPhone is squaring up to be, and which rumors, tips, and leaks are looking good enough to take heed in. Several notions about the iPhone 5, or whatever it'll end up being called, have been solidified in the glimpse of iOS 6 we've seen already this summer, starting with Apple Maps. This iPhone will take one of the last bits of software dominance that the Android platform had thus far been holding over Apple's head and will make it all the better for the time iOS lovers spent without it.

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Next iPhone tipped for thinner screen as carriers stock up on nano-SIMs

Next iPhone tipped for thinner screen as carriers stock up on nano-SIMs

Current reports indicate that Apple will move to a larger screen on the next iPhone, bringing with it an increase in resolution. Now the Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is planning to use a new type of touchscreen that’s thinner than current technologies. Sharp, Japan Display, and LG are all said to be producing in-cell touch panels for the next iPhone, according to sources familiar with the matter.

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Apple to possibly debut completely redesigned iPhone in Fall 2012

Apple to possibly debut completely redesigned iPhone in Fall 2012

BGR has just reported that Apple is possibly debuting a completely redesigned iPhone in the fall of 2012, following the trend first set by the iPhone 4S, of new Apple products being launched later in the year, instead of mid-year releases. According to the report, the new iPhone will incorporate an aluminum back panel (similar to that of the iPad 2) rather than the glass found on the current iPhone models, the iPhone 4 and 4S.

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