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iPhone 6 display “locked down” at 4.8-inches says analyst

iPhone 6 display “locked down” at 4.8-inches says analyst

Word this afternoon comes from Timothy Arcuri of Cowen and Company that Apple's next iPhone - tentatively called the "iPhone 6" - will certainly be working with a 4.8-inch display. While it's possible this next-generation device could have a larger display - users have been waiting for such a change for quite some time, of course - the only real guarantee the public has is Apple's own word at reveal time. Regardless, Arcuri is suggesting that investors should take heed - a 4.8-inch display is on the way.

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China Mobile iPhone launch brings Tim Cook in person

China Mobile iPhone launch brings Tim Cook in person

Supposing you were at China Mobile's headquarters store in Beijing on the 16th of January, 2014, you may have been part of the iPhone launch - one that brought Apple CEO Tim Cook to the store to shake hands personally. This launch has been a long time coming, with Apple aiming to move into China for several years and China Mobile being one of the more important steps toward a large spread. Cook visited the headquarters store of China Mobile and helped with distribution - at least for the first few phones.

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iPhone 5C screen repairs tipped to start in Apple Stores Jan 20

iPhone 5C screen repairs tipped to start in Apple Stores Jan 20

One of the things that is most likely to be damaged in a drop on your iPhone is the screen. There are a number of places in most cities that claim to be able to fix your broken screen, but many worry about the quality of the work and warranty. That means that many people would prefer to have their smartphone repaired at Apple Stores.

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Loop Attachment Straightjacket case gives Mummy iPhone a boost

Loop Attachment Straightjacket case gives Mummy iPhone a boost

There's a rather odd case for the iPhone out there in the wild by the name of Mummy, one that was introduced last year with a concept so simple, we found it essentially perfect. In a variety of colors, the Mummy case provided a simple silicone covering for the iPhone with a bit of give so you could store your various cards and a tiny wad of cash with ease. Now the same group has created the next step: the Straightjacket.

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FLIR ONE iPhone 5/5S thermal camera case hands-on

FLIR ONE iPhone 5/5S thermal camera case hands-on

Seeing an overabundance of iPhone cases at CES comes with little in terms of surprise. But even with that being said, this year does have a few rather interesting models. We recently mentioned the stun gun case from Yellow Jacket and now we are taking a look at one with a thermal camera. The case is called the FLIR ONE.

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Yellow Jacket iPhone 5/5S stun gun case hands-on

Yellow Jacket iPhone 5/5S stun gun case hands-on

Yellow Jacket is here at CES 2014 showing their latest stun case for the iPhone 5/5S. Their previous iPhone case was for the 4. Specific iPhone models aside though, what we have here is a case with a built-in stun gun that is capable of delivering 18,000 volts. Naturally, this sort of device just had to be seen in person.

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FLIR ONE iPhone 5S case brings high-end thermal camera to your mobile

FLIR ONE iPhone 5S case brings high-end thermal camera to your mobile

Introduced at CES this week, FLIR has taken the wraps off its FLIR ONE, a case for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S that gives the handset a thermal camera. Less one mistake this for a novel toy, it isn't. The FLIR ONE case can work for dozens of meters, and uses the same technology the company offers to the military and law enforcement.

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Griffin Square Reader iPhone case hands-on: Merchant aimed

Griffin Square Reader iPhone case hands-on: Merchant aimed

When you’ve created a product that you’ll be presenting a CES 2014 that’s as simple as the Griffin case we’re having a peek at today, it’s not entirely easy to stand out. But with the names Square and Griffin up front, even a simple black iPhone case like this can catch your eye. What we’ve got here is a case that allows the Square reader accessory to be carried with the iPhone without it constantly being plugged in - a win for personal-level merchants to be sure.

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Mophie Space Pack intro’d as first iPhone battery case with integrated storage

Mophie Space Pack intro’d as first iPhone battery case with integrated storage

Mophie has announced the first battery case for the iPhone that includes built-in storage, offering a boost to both the storage and the battery in one's handset. The battery case is available for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s, and ends up doubling the battery life of the smartphone, though the exact degree of extension will depend on how the iPhone is used.

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Typo iPhone keyboard hands-on: BlackBerry’s bane

Typo iPhone keyboard hands-on: BlackBerry’s bane

There’s only one Bluetooth-connected iPhone keyboard out there this week that connects the way Typo’s QWERTY does. What we’re aiming to take a peek at here is if the lawsuit aimed at this company by BlackBerry earlier this month is really worth all the fuss. What we’ve found so far is tha yes, when you get up close, there’s no mistaking that this keyboard is directly inspired by BlackBerry’s own classic physical keys.

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Fitbit iPhone 5s update teases wearable data without the band

Fitbit iPhone 5s update teases wearable data without the band

In a move rather similar to Nike’s efforts with their own wearable sports tracker and app, Fitbit has updated their app to give basic fitness data without the Fitbit band itself. You’ll be seeing basic data with the help of what Fitbit doesn’t directly suggest is the iPhone 5s’s M7 motion co-processor, but gives a bit wink towards nonetheless.

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Apple “Misunderstood” Holiday 2013 ad divides opinion

Apple “Misunderstood” Holiday 2013 ad divides opinion

Apple has released its new 2013 holiday advert, "Misunderstood", demonstrating what an iPhone, AirPlay, and a little video editing can do for the festive season. The commercial, which shows a teenager secretly recording his family as they gather for the holidays and then cutting the clips together into a video he subsequently plays via AirPlay, is one of the quieter ads Apple has put together in terms of promoting features.

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