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iPhone 5 mini dock USB cable photo leaked

iPhone 5 mini dock USB cable photo leaked

The next generation in Apple USB connector cables has appeared in a relatively clear photo presented to the world hoping for every detail they can get on the iPhone 5 - another piece of Apple hardware that's not yet even been announced by the manufacturer. Rumors up to this point have converged on a new dock connector for the new iPhone, a newly improved iPad 3, and an iPad mini, each of them with the same port for a 16-pin cord. This cord appears to have two sides, each of them with 8 pins that are able to face upwards or downwards interchangeably.

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Apple earnings lead off with 17 million iPads sold

Apple earnings lead off with 17 million iPads sold

Apple unsurprisingly had a pretty excellent third quarter, announcing today that total revenues for the quarter topped $35.0 billion with a net profit of $8.8 billion. Both of those figures are up quite a bit from last year, with Apple reporting a revenue of $28.6 billion and a net profit of $7.3 billion for quarter 3 of 2011. Hardware sales were up for the most part, lending to Apple's increased revenue and net profit from the year before.

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iTunes updated to 10.6.3 with iOS 6 compatibility

iTunes updated to 10.6.3 with iOS 6 compatibility

Recently we've heard speculation over iTunes 11 bringing iOS 6 support and tighter iCloud integration, but today Apple has just released the new iTunes 10.6.3 -- bringing with it full support for the just announced and released (for developers) iOS 6. It's available for download right this minute from the link below.

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Open Mirror: the B&O-esque iPhone dock you build yourself

Open Mirror: the B&O-esque iPhone dock you build yourself

Always wanted a swish Bang & Olufsen CD player with the sliding doors, but migrated your musical life to iPhone or iPod? Italian firm Digital Habits might have the alternative in the oval shape of Open Mirror, a custom iPhone/iPod dock with integrated speakers, motion-tracking controls and a mirror ideal to practice your lip-syncing skills in.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 25, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 25, 2012

It's time to wrap up the start of another weekend, folks, with no less than Google's next big thing: Project Glass - and some photos and videos to go with it! On that note, it appears that the next generation in space travel has officially begun - and we get to see it! It's SpaceX's landing with the ISS, in photos! Then back on earth all you with iPads and iPhones and iPods as well can grab your very own Absinthe 2.0 jailbreak right this second!

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Xbox father blames Zune failure on blinkered music industry

Xbox father blames Zune failure on blinkered music industry

Ex-Microsoft exec and shepherd of both Xbox and Zune, Robbie Bach, has admitted that the Zune PMP was a cavalcade of mistakes, though argues his entertainment division team did try to replicate its successful gaming strategy with its iPod rival. Speaking at a Northwest Entrepreneur Network event in Seattle, Geekwire reports, Bach described the Zune project as "probably universally viewed as less of a success" than Xbox, though denied that either had succeeded or failed because they were part of the Microsoft behemoth.

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Magnets + iPod Nano = Strapless watch

Magnets + iPod Nano = Strapless watch

How far would you go to get rid of those pesky watch straps? One man has decided to implant magnets into his skin in order to go strapless, calling the project iDermal (NSFW!). Dave Hurban undertook the project in order to attach an iPod Nano to his wrist to use as a timepiece. Speaking to Digital Trends, he describes the steps used and why he decided to experiment in such an unconventional way.

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Users being notified of iPod class-action lawsuit via e-mail

Users being notified of iPod class-action lawsuit via e-mail

If you're one of the hoards of Apple customers who bought an iPod between September 12, 2006 and March 31, 2009 you should be expecting an e-mail about a class-action lawsuit against Apple. The lawsuit was originally filed back in 2004 it was granted class-action status last year. The class-action suit covers millions of customers who bought a number of iPod models.

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iPad is Apple’s gateway drug

iPad is Apple’s gateway drug

One in four iPad buyers are new to Apple's hardware, according to fresh research, with adoption of the iOS tablet growing faster than any other product in the company's history. Although historically the iPod has been the gateway to Apple ownership, in the past two years the PMP's role as gateway drug has been usurped by the iPhone and, increasingly, the iPad, NPD Group's surveying discovered.

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Echoer goes global: Mobile social hands-on

Echoer goes global: Mobile social hands-on

A brand new social network has just been launched in app form, based entirely in the mobile world, and we've gone hands-on right here in the Twin Cities and New York to show you how it'll change your life. This app environment is called Echoer, and it's tagline "thoughts that count" is the basis for its real-time thought and "echo" engine that'll have you exploring your world in a relatively brand new way right out of the box. This app has been in Beta in Canada for a couple of months already, now it's ready for prime time the world over.

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Apple Q2 Earnings Q and A reveals China, Anobit, Japan

Apple Q2 Earnings Q and A reveals China, Anobit, Japan

This week Apple is reporting their financial Q2 earnings with monumental numbers across the board including a $11.6 billion dollar profit and 35.1 million iPhones sold. These numbers were analyzed soon after the earnings call was complete with a Question and Answer session headed by Apple and lead investors. Questions mostly rang in about the future of Apple and their financial greatness, but also hit upon products and services.

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35 million iPhones and 11.8 million iPads in Apple Q2

35 million iPhones and 11.8 million iPads in Apple Q2

With Apple selling 35.1 million iPhones and nearly 12 million iPads over the first financial quarter of 2012, the company's only more incredible numbers exist in their net profit a whopping 94% increase year-over-year! Apple's earnings calls are always an impressive event to behold, and this is no exception with Apple's complete earnings showing their mobile sector to have increased 128 percent since a year ago at this time. With $14 billion in cash flow and operations this quarter keeps Apple firmly in first place for most successful manufacturer/software maker with just one phone and just one tablet to their name.

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