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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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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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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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iOS 5 and iCloud may arrive on October 10

iOS 5 and iCloud may arrive on October 10

Apple's iOS 5 with support for the iCloud has been rumored for an early October launch, but now we may have a more concrete date of October 10. According to a source familiar with the situation, AppleCare call centers are expecting an unusually high amount of tech support calls starting that day.

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Apple iCloud will be powered by Microsoft and Amazon cloud servers according to reports

Apple iCloud will be powered by Microsoft and Amazon cloud servers according to reports

It takes a seriously robust server network to handle the kind of traffic and load that it takes to run a large and popular cloud service. Both Microsoft and Amazon offer this sort of robust server backend for companies to use. There is a new rumor going around that claims Apple's iCloud service will use the Microsoft and Amazon server networks. Apparently Apple has asked that the two companies not talk about the deal, which is no surprise given they are competitors.

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