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iPhone 5S prototype sports new A7 chip, 1GB RAM

iPhone 5S prototype sports new A7 chip, 1GB RAM

If the anyone out there seeking the next iPhone iteration believed they'd be seeing a complete top-to-bottom change-over to a new generation, today's leaked images should put all suggestions to rest. What we're seeing here is a series of photos of the still-unofficial Apple iPhone 5S. Inside we're seeing a couple of specifications we'd not been solid on before along with another confirmation of past rumors being as close to true as they get before Apple gives the final word.

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iPhone 5S leaked photo solidifies tip on lozenge flash

iPhone 5S leaked photo solidifies tip on lozenge flash

There's nothing like a good dual-LED flash upgrade after a long set of months and years only using the one. That's what's suggested for the iPhone 5S this week, with a second unique photo of the machine's back top-end appearing with the same setup: two bulbs, better than one. Could this one, single, unmistakable differentiator make the case for an iPhone 5 owner's upgrade later this year?

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iPhone 5S leak tips dual-LED flash and more

iPhone 5S leak tips dual-LED flash and more

Could this be the new, dual-flash toting iPhone 5S set to hit shelves later in the year? That's certainly the suggestion, with leaked images showing what's tipped to be Apple's refreshed flagship smartphone ahead of its official unveil. MacRumors ran through the details to be gleaned, summarizing that - while no Apple leak can ever be considered entirely safe - there are some strong signs that this is Cupertino's new toy.

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Instagram Video outlined: 15 second clips, no loops

Instagram Video outlined: 15 second clips, no loops

This afternoon, the team at Facebook have introduced their brand Instagram's new ability to record video clips. "Video for Instagram" will be added to both iOS and Android with a collection of 15 filters made specifically for the video universe. This new feature will be clipped into 15-second segments and able to be posted to Twitter while it's hosted on Instagram's own servers - or straight to Facebook it goes.

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iPhone 5S and “Light” model schematics tipped by case maker

iPhone 5S and “Light” model schematics tipped by case maker

This year has seen it's fair share of Apple iPhone 5S and "budget" iPhone tips and rumors, and as it always seems to go, close to a release, case-makers are ramping up efforts to make their accessories hit the market first. Even though the next-generation iPhone (or iPhones) are not yet confirmed by Apple as such, this week a set of images has been pushed to the public from a set of sources that say they've got the real deal.

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iOS Mobile Hotspot crackable in 50s if you stick to defaults

iOS Mobile Hotspot crackable in 50s if you stick to defaults

iPhone and iPad users who use their iOS device to share a 3G/4G connection are being advised to change the default Mobile Hotspot password, after researchers showed it was possible to crack them in under sixty seconds. Apple supplies mobile hotspot users with a preconfigured password when they enable the feature, but the default is generated from a limited number of dictionary words, researchers at the University of Erlangen in Germany discovered. With some GPU-accelerated brute-force shuffling, the team managed to break into any iOS hotspot using the default password within 50s.

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Huawei Ascend P6 vs iPhone 5: do similarities go just skin deep?

Huawei Ascend P6 vs iPhone 5: do similarities go just skin deep?

With the release of the first teaser images of the Huawei Ascend P6, it was instantly apparent that the manufacturer was gunning for the successful hardware build of the iPhone 5. This device had the same metal rim, the same glass up front, and the same metal back - it was - and is - even working with what appears to be the same brushed metal components. But what you're not seeing on the surface is this: even in an iPhone-dominated landscape, a brand line Huawei can one-up the competition.

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iPhone 5S display hardware leaks aside inner components

iPhone 5S display hardware leaks aside inner components

This afternoon it would appear that two rather key components to a next-generation Apple device have surfaced, and while neither piece of architecture will be able to be verified as such, it would seem that these two may fit together with one another, if nothing else. It's being suggested by MacRumors that these two components may be pieces of the iPhone 5S. It's also noted that, with the hardware shown here, the two do appear to be able to latch on to one another.

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown iOS game aims to bring near-full PC experience

XCOM: Enemy Unknown iOS game aims to bring near-full PC experience

If you played XCOM: Enemy Unknown earlier this year on your high-powered gaming PC, you may have noticed the user interface and the top-to-bottom playability to seem a bit more expansive than a simple desktop setup would suggest. What's going on now is that folks behind the game are, indeed, expanding the game beyond its original borders: mobile style. Here on June 20th, XCOM: Enemy Unknown will be appearing on iOS devices of many types.

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iPhone game controller pad for iOS 7 leaks

iPhone game controller pad for iOS 7 leaks

Apple is adding physical game controller support in iOS7, and the first gamepad hardware for the iPhone has apparently been caught in the wild. The Logitech-made snap-on gadget is "large enough to fit an iPhone 5" Kotaku says, and indeed has a Lightning connector meaning those with older versions of Apple's handset will either have to upgrade or hope Logitech and others tipped to join in the hardware push will release versions with the older 30-pin connector.

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