iOS 5

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 may unveil iOS 5 voice recognition, but no low-end iPhone

Apple may unveil iOS 5 voice recognition, but no low-end iPhone

Apple sent out invitations this morning for its much anticipated iPhone 5 unveiling event called "Let's talk iPhone," which is scheduled for October 4. Following the announcement, Piper Jaffray analyst, Gene Munster, sent out a note to investors revealing that he believed Apple will likely introduce the much rumored voice recognition feature for iOS 5, but that the other long-rumored low-end iPhone 4S will not make an appearance.

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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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iPhone 5 Details Roundup [Mid-Sept 2011, pre-release]

iPhone 5 Details Roundup [Mid-Sept 2011, pre-release]

It's time for a massive rundown of Apple's next big gigantic release, all of what's being called most often the iPhone 5. This device has many rumors and insider tips on details surrounding it, all of this coming together to create a lovely picture of a late 2011 or early 2012 release of the next generation of one of the most popular smartphones on earth. Let's begin with a possible late October release and some fresh ink on a Chinese iPhone LTE deal. Note before we continue on that we've got to mention the other iPhone that'll very possibly be coming out: the iPhone 4S. This phone, if you ask me, will be given away for free, while other sources say it'll be coming out first and free while the iPhone 5 is pushed back to a later date.

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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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iPad 2 with iOS 5 versus Windows 8 tablet [Video]

iPad 2 with iOS 5 versus Windows 8 tablet [Video]

During Microsoft's Build developer conference this week, the company unveiled its early prototypes for Windows 8 tablets and even gave away to attendees some slates built by Samsung that are compatible with the new operating system. This major update will be a unifying platform that works on both Windows desktops and tablets, but how is Windows 8 faring so far on a tablet in comparison to iOS 5 on the iPad 2?

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iMessage support revealed in iChat for OS X Lion

iMessage support revealed in iChat for OS X Lion

Apple first introduced the new iMessage feature for iOS 5 back at WWDC 2011 as a unified messaging service that could deliver both text and multimedia messages over WiFi or 3G. It also offered read and delivery receipts as well as real-time typing indication. It was set to work for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices. And now, it appears Apple plans on integrating the feature for Macs as well.

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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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iOS 5 golden master version releasing next week

iOS 5 golden master version releasing next week

Apple may be releasing the golden master version of iOS 5 as soon as next week. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, this final stage iOS 5 version is scheduled to be delivered to assemblers sometime between September 23 and 30. This time frame supports a mid-October launch for the iPhone 5.

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Apple seeds iTunes 10.5 beta 8 and iWork beta 3 for iOS

Apple seeds iTunes 10.5 beta 8 and iWork beta 3 for iOS

Apple today released iTunes 10.5 beta 8 and iWork beta 3 for iOS to its registered developers. The updates fix several performance bugs and brings new enhancements to the iTunes Match feature. There is also continuing integration of the iCloud as Apple moves towards its public launch of iOS 5, expected to be sometime in late September or early October.

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