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More alleged next-gen iPhone components surface

08/09/2012, As we get closer to September, which is purportedly when the next-gen iPhone will be announced, images of alleged leaked components are starting to become more commonplace. It wasn’t too long ago when the SIM tray for the next-gen iPhone was spotted,...

Google to bring voice-based questions and answers on iOS soon

08/08/2012, Today’s been a good day at Google. The company previously announced that it will be launching its Knowledge Graph worldwide and it also unveiled a new upcoming feature that will allow Gmail emails to appear on Google searches. Now Google is adding...

Simulate the next-gen iPhone’s rumored display with this tweak

08/08/2012, The rumors are running rampant regarding Apple’s next-gen iPhone which is rumored to be announced in September. One of its alleged features includes a 4” display with a resolution of 640×1136, making the phone “taller” than it is “wider”....

The STRUT LaunchPort System for the iPad will cost you $1,250

08/08/2012, Depending on what type of driver you are, the company STRUT may or may not be familiar to you. For those unfamiliar, STRUT is a company that specializes in automotive jewelry accessories, such as chrome grills, rims and the likes. Now it seems that they...

Apple freezes iCloud password change over the phone

08/08/2012, Remember the case of Mat Honan’s iCloud account being hacked a couple of days ago? Well, Apple has not sat still, and the fruity company decided to pull the plug on one of their support staff’s functions – that is, to stop processing...

9-pin dock connector revealed in iOS 6 beta?

08/07/2012, There has been plenty of stories surrounding iOS 6 for some time now, including support for Spotify, in addition to scaling iOS 6’s resolution to match the next generation iPhone, not to mention delivering 3D maps to new cities. Of course, who can...

Sprint CEO says the iPhone was worth all the billions

08/07/2012, Speaking to a group of reporters over at Sprint’s Kansas headquarters, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse recalled the company’s decision to sell Apple’s iPhone on its turf. He said that the opportunity to sell the iPhone was too good to pass up, even...