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WSJ: Next iPhone production to begin this quarter, release in summer

“The next iPhone” rumors are in full force now, folks. According to a report coming out of The Wall Street Journal, ”the next iPhone” could quite possibly be coming this summer, with production beginning as early as this quarter. In line with previous updates, the “anonymous sources” indicated that the size and shape of the device appear to be about the…

Apple to start building A-series chips in upstate New York?

Some interesting news is starting to spread across the internet regarding Apple and its mobile chip manufacturing. According to a report out of Times Union, the Governor Andrew Cuomo of Albany, New York almost confirmed that Apple is looking into a 3.2 million square foot chip factory to be built somewhere in the state. This would be an ideal place for…

Shipping times for iPhone 5 beginning to drop

Finally, iPhone 5 shipping times are beginning to drop. Previously at 3-4 weeks for a good amount of time, the shipping date estimates for the iPhone 5 have now slipped to 2-3 weeks. It’s been said that production problems are a possible culprit for the long wait times, but the high demand for the new Cupertino device surely hasn’t helped. Foxconn has…

Airline sites starting to support Passbook prior to iOS 6 release

We are hoping for a lot next week at the Apple event, and iOS 6 is definitely high on our lists. With iOS 6 comes the nifty NFC-not-required application named Passbook. What Passbook does is holds electronic coupons, tickets, cards, boarding passes, etc. I’m hoping many businesses will take advantage of it, as I would love to be able to just whip out my…

Apple begins using “iCloud.com” email addresses in iOS 6 beta 3

Apple just released iOS 6 beta 3 to developers, and some new things are already coming to light, with some assistance of the official change log that is. Part of this update is the inevitable beginning of the transition of users from @me.com to @icloud.com email addresses and Apple IDs used under the now dead MobileMe. From the change log: icloud.com…