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iPhone 5S and 5C spill: red plastic, new camera, HD photos

iPhone 5S and 5C spill: red plastic, new camera, HD photos

It should be no secret by now that Apple has something brewing in the iPhone department set for a big reveal in the the near future. What we've seen over the past few weeks is a trickle turned to a steady stream of bits and pieces leading us to believe that there's not just one, but two new models coming to the market, both of them with the number "5" in their title. Today we're seeing camera components and casings, complete with up-close and high-definition photos of the whole set.

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iPad 5 pops up aside iPhone 5C in video turnover

iPad 5 pops up aside iPhone 5C in video turnover

This week we're bound to see another massive collection of Apple device leaks, not least of all because we're coming up on a period where it's likely Apple will hold an event to release a new smartphone, smartphones, or tablet. Or even a couple of tablets if the rumor mill turns out to ring true. What we're seeing today is what's being called the 5th generation iPad as well as the iPhone 5C.

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Nokia Lumia 925 battles iPhone 5 camera in latest comparison ad

Nokia Lumia 925 battles iPhone 5 camera in latest comparison ad

Nokia has thrown down the gauntlet to the iPhone 5, with a new commercial that pits Apple's smartphone against the Lumia 925's camera and - so the plucky Finns claim - finds Cupertino's finest left wanting. The advert, promising "Better Photos Every Day", shows side-by-side comparisons taken on the iPhone 5 and the Lumia 925, aiming to highlight the Windows Phone's low-light performance and more accurate colors.

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iPad mini reboot appears in iOS 7 code with key details

iPad mini reboot appears in iOS 7 code with key details

The first remix of the iPad mini that'll be hitting the market later this year has appeared in the software developer kit sent to developers for the newest iteration of iOS 7. This device has appeared in three iterations; one with basic Wi-fi, the other two matching the carrier editions already out in the USA. This device is tipped to be carrying an updated processor tied to the same display it's already using today, 9 to 5 Mac spots among the code.

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iPhone fingerprint sensor tapped in iOS leak

iPhone fingerprint sensor tapped in iOS leak

There's a folder appearing in the archives of the newest iOS 7 Beta with a title that suggests Apple is ready to bring a fingerprint scanner to the iPhone. This folder goes by the name of BiometricKitUI and brings with it the suggestion that the iPhone - or the iPad and the iPod touch, whichever you'd like to imagine - will be working with the recognition of its user by their unique characteristics or traits.

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Plastic iPhone appears again in video: a bit too unreal?

Plastic iPhone appears again in video: a bit too unreal?

Once again we're being treated to an up-close look at the iPhone "budget" model that's being rumored for release later this year, this time in video form. This machine is said to succeed the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, pushing the entire line of iPhone devices to the 4-inch panel size to keep things standard while the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S keep things premium. So what's holding us back from believing in this lovely preview?

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Tim Cook: high-end smartphone market hasn’t reached its peak

Tim Cook: high-end smartphone market hasn’t reached its peak

This week during the Apple earnings call that also saw Apple report a record quarter for iPhone sales, CEO Tim Cook suggested that the higher end of the smartphone market has not reached it's peak. This was in response to a question about the iPhone and how possible it was that the "high end" was "reaching saturation". This was in spite of, as the user asking the question made clear, the increase in iPhone sales this quarter.

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iPhone 5 and GALAXY S 4 anti-theft technology put to test

iPhone 5 and GALAXY S 4 anti-theft technology put to test

The government has called on handset makers to implement technology that will potentially reduce the instances of smartphone thefts, which are increasingly on the rise. Several makers were sent an open letter months ago by New York Attorney General Schneiderman, as well as District Attorney George Gascón of San Francisco, criticizing them for not taking a more proactive approach to the issue.

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