iPhone 5S

iOS 7 web usage tops 18% in first day, beats iOS 6 record

iOS 7 web usage tops 18% in first day, beats iOS 6 record

This year's first day of adoption for Apple's iOS 7 has, according to Chitika, hit just over 18% in just under 24 hours since release. In the first day of adoption for iOS 6 last year - one year ago nearly to the day, as it were - web usage for Apple's newest mobile operating system hit just over 16%, making this - at least by one metric - Apple's most successful upgrade of its mobile OS to date. Meanwhile analytics from Mixpanel suggest that iOS 7 adoption may itself be at a cool 30% in just under a day as well.

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Apple contends on innovation: “New is easy. Right is hard.”

Apple contends on innovation: “New is easy. Right is hard.”

Supposing you've seen the calls of opposition from Apple nay-sayers over the past week, you'll be interested to know that the heads of Apple aren't immune to talk of "non-innovative" releases in the iPhone. Speaking with Bloomberg Businessweek on several topics here in the launch week of both the iPhone 5s / iPhone 5c and the newest Apple mobile operating system iOS 7, Tim Cook, Jony Ive, and Craig Federighi make clear their aim with the iPhone, and what they think of this "innovation" word being thrown around so freely here in the present.

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Rocketcases make your iPhone 5S look like old-school Nintendo gear

Rocketcases make your iPhone 5S look like old-school Nintendo gear

With Apple recently unveiling new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, we all knew that a glut of new cases and other accessories would be hitting the market. While some cases are simply designed to help protect your phone, some are designed to protect your device and make a bit of a fashion statement. A company called Rocketcases has announced a line of cases supporting the iPhone 5S that old-school gamers should really appreciate.

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Apple iOS 7 Review

Apple iOS 7 Review

Apple reinvented touchscreen smartphones; now it's reinventing iOS. The new iOS 7 for iPhone and iPad has no small legacy to live up to, and it's pulling no punches in doing so, refreshing not only the design but going deeper, streamlining commonly used features, paring back unnecessary bloat, and polishing up things like Siri. It's the iOS update that we've been waiting for, and it's coming not only to the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, but a brace of older iPhones and iPads. Read on for our full review.

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Android 64-bit support already baked in: just add hardware

Android 64-bit support already baked in: just add hardware

Supposing you were more than excited about the announcement by Apple this past week that their next-generation Apple A7 chip and iOS 7 brought on 64-bit support for processing, it may come as a shock that Android already has such capabilities. In fact, because Android is based on Linux, it's had the ability to work with 64-bit processing for a long, long time. Word straight Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin suggests that there isn't even any "special development process" that has to be done for Android to handle 64-bit processing power - it just works.

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iPhone 5s-recorded Burberry runway videos show off new iSight camera

iPhone 5s-recorded Burberry runway videos show off new iSight camera

We reported last week that Burberry planned to record its London runway event using the iPhone 5s, a way for Apple to show off the new iSight camera its latest handset offers. Such a time has come and gone, and now one of the videos recorded with the smartphone have been posted on YouTube, giving everyone a look at how the handset held up and what kind of video quality it offers.

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iPhone 5s and 5c arrive Friday: sold out in China, lines in USA and Japan

iPhone 5s and 5c arrive Friday: sold out in China, lines in USA and Japan

You might not know it, but the iPhone 5s has already gone on sale in China and subsequently sold out - every single size and color. This doesn't mean that places like Japan or the United States should worry, as there is separate stock for each different region, but it just goes to show: the lines at 5th Avenue in NYC and in the Ginza district in Japan may not be there without purpose. It's quite possible Apple will sell out of iPhones this time around.

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iPhone 5s 64-Bit app submissions opened by Apple

iPhone 5s 64-Bit app submissions opened by Apple

This week those responsible for holding the keys to the gates of Apple's mobile app store have taken the lock off of submissions for 64-bit apps. Developers will be able to create and submit 64-bit apps for iOS 7 only for the time being. In the near future, Apple will be sending out availability for both 32-bit and 64-bit development for both iOS 7 and iOS 6 in a single app binary.

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