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iPhone 4S Review [Updated]

iPhone 4S Review [Updated]

Familiar and yet new, the iPhone 4S may not look different from the outside, but inside it's a very different beast. With its fifth generation smartphone, Apple is keen to show that the devil is truly in the details: the iPhone 4S is wickedly fast, fiendishly well equipped and ruthlessly threatening to its mobile rivals. Can this really be your intelligent personal assistant, your multimedia hub and your window onto the cloud, all in one 9.3mm thick package? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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iTunes 10.5 with iCloud available for download now

iTunes 10.5 with iCloud available for download now

Today we get our first glimpse of iCloud in action via iTunes 10.5, released one day ahead of the Wednesday launch of both iOS 5 and iCloud itself. This update to iTunes gives you features such as iTunes in the Cloud and wireless syncing of your iDevices via Wi-fi, and it's available for download for both Mac and Windows PC computers today. The whole shebang drops this week, day by day, and we'll all be living in the cloud by the end of the month!

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iCloud goes to iTunes and Lion first, iOS third

iCloud goes to iTunes and Lion first, iOS third

It appears that the mobile ecosystem won't be the first or even the second to get updates that will allow iCloud functionality - instead it will be Mac OS X Lion and iTunes that make the move first. Of course the difference between the three won't be more than a day in advance of the launch of iOS 5, the mobile operating system coming out with the launch of the iPhone 4S. Updates are expected to be available BEFORE the October 12th launch of iOS 5 for both iTunes and OS X Lion, the exact date being either Monday or Tuesday (two or three days from the day this post is posted.)

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iCloud welcome email sent out early to some users

iCloud welcome email sent out early to some users

Apple has reportedly begun distributing a welcome email for its iCloud service to some users ahead of the company's major event next Tuesday, when it's expected to unveil the iPhone 5, iOS 5, and the iCloud. It's not clear why certain individuals got this invitation early, but the broken link contained in the email suggests that it may have been accidentally sent.

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Apple removes iPod Classic click-wheel games from iTunes

Apple removes iPod Classic click-wheel games from iTunes

This is the 10th birthday for Apple's iconic mp3 player, the iPod Classic, and it will likely be its last. Following recent rumors that Apple will be discontinuing both the iPod Classic and the iPod Shuffle, it's been discovered today that Apple has removed the section in iTunes that was devoted to games made for the classic iPod's click-wheel.

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Apple unleashes iTunes 10.5 Beta 9 to developers

Apple unleashes iTunes 10.5 Beta 9 to developers

Apple has just released to developers iTunes 10.5 Beta 9, which is a required update for syncing with the beta version of the iTunes Match service that's expected to launch with the upcoming iOS 5 and iCloud. This beta update includes several bug fixes, performance enhancements, and some iTunes Match interface tweaks all wrapped in a 103MB download size.

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iPhone 5, N94 now listed in Apple’s inventory

iPhone 5, N94 now listed in Apple’s inventory

According to a new inside tip, Apple updated its inventory system today with the iPhone 5. Yesterday, we reported that two iPhones and three iPod touch devices had been added to the system, but that the codenames associated with those devices suggested that they were only minor upgrades, possibly the rumored iPhone 4S. Today's inventory update, however, adds the N94 device, which has long been rumored as the codename for the iPhone 5.

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Apple seeds new Mac OS X 10.7.2 beta to developers

Apple seeds new Mac OS X 10.7.2 beta to developers

Apple has just seeded a new beta build of Mac OS X 10.7.2 to developers ahead of the much anticipated iCloud launch. This new beta comes less than a week after the last beta was issued for testing and, interestingly, on the same day that Apple warned developers that it would be resetting all iCloud data.

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Apple stock hits record high, worth almost the combined value of Microsoft and Google

Apple stock hits record high, worth almost the combined value of Microsoft and Google

It's not clear what market forces were in play today, but Apple's stock hit an all-time high, reaching $413.23 per share at one point before dipping slightly to $411.63 at close. Amazingly, Apple is now worth over $23 billion more than Exxon, which it surpassed briefly last month, and is approaching the value of Microsoft and Google combined.

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iCloud being reset on September 22, signals imminent launch

iCloud being reset on September 22, signals imminent launch

Apple has announced that it will be resetting all iCloud backup data on Thursday, September 22. The iCloud feature has been available to developers for testing since the release of the iOS 5 beta 2 build. Developers have been made aware from the beginning that any data backed up to iCloud during this time would be wiped clean before the final release of the platform.

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Apple merging Apple IDs ahead of iCloud launch

Apple merging Apple IDs ahead of iCloud launch

Apple may be working on a way to merge Apple IDs to avoid a big syncing mess when its iCloud launches in October along with iOS 5 and the iPhone 5. The company has long rejected the ability to merge Apple IDs, which is an issue for users that may have inadvertently signed up for more than one. This issue also plagues those who had a MobileMe account.

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Analysts flock to advise Apple: Tarry on iPad 3 and buy TiVo

Analysts flock to advise Apple: Tarry on iPad 3 and buy TiVo

A change of CEO has apparently invited a flurry of advice aimed at Apple, suggesting new chief Tim Cook should buy TiVo, create multiple iPhone sizes and be in "no rush" to launch the iPad 3. Although Steve Jobs' replacement hasn't actually asked for suggestions for Apple's strategy, that hasn't stopped J.P. Morgan analysts from pointing out that the Cupertino company can afford to take its time with the third-gen iPad, Benzinga reports, since rivals are still struggling to compete.

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