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First iPhone 5s magazine ads published, Touch ID sensor featured

Since launch, only one of the two new iPhones has been highlighted in the press and on TV: iPhone 5c. Apple’s been pushing the colorful device hard to get people used to the idea of an alternative to its flagship, elegant iPhone. For the first time, an ad has been printed featuring the gold iPhone and the Touch ID sensor. The ad above was printed in The…

Leaked images claim to show iPad 5′s display panel

Apple’s next iPad launch event is only a few days away now, so it’s no surprise that we’ve seen an increasing number of part leaks running up to the keynote. The latest part to show up is allegedly the 9.7-inch display panel from the next generation iPad with Retina. Images are of relatively high quality, so when I came across them on Sonny Dickson’s…

Verizon iPhone Q3 activations up 26% from last year

Fran Shammo, Verizon’s CFO announced today that his company activated an impressive 7.6 million smartphones during the third quarter of 2013. In that three month period, astonishingly, the iPhone made up 51% of smartphone sales with 3.9 million Apple handsets being sold between the beginning of July and and the end of September. Remembering the new…

Could T-Mobile begin carrying iPads after October 22nd event?

T-Mobile CEO John Legere is perhaps one of the most outspoken CEOs on social media. In addition to being entertaining on Twitter, Legere has recently looked to Twitter to get a message out: T-Mobile could be carrying iPads in stores following Apple’s October 22nd iPad event. In a tweet sent out earlier, Legere said, “What has two thumbs and is…

New sensor supplier could be to blame for inaccurate iPhone 5s readings

Some of you may have heard the reports crawling across the internet about iPhone 5s sensors being inaccurate. Well, if you have tested yours out and found that your iPhone 5s too is inaccurate, you are clearly not alone. According to a report, it seems that the reason this could be is because of a supplier change for Apple’s accelerometer. Apple’s supplier…

Pandora CFO: iTunes Radio is a “credible threat”

It isn’t everyday you hear a company’s CFO admitting that another company is a “credible threat.” However, that can seem worse than it actually sounded when taken out of context. This quote comes from an interview between CNET and Pandora CFO Mike Herring. According to Herring, Apple is definitely taken as a threat, however it doesn’t think that it will be…