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iPhone 5C and 5S hit Sprint the 20th, OS X update lands, and Microsoft offers 200 bucks for iPads

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iPhone 5C and 5S hit Sprint the 20th, OS X update lands, and Microsoft offers 200 bucks for iPads
 
 

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iPhone 5C and 5S hit Sprint the 20th, OS X update lands, and Microsoft offers 200 bucks for iPads

Sprint has announced that it will be offering unlimited data for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C buyers who choose its network. Both new iPhones will be available on Sprint starting September 20 with stores opening at 8 AM local time.

Apple has launched the latest update for its Mac operating system OS X today. The new update brings Mac computers to version 10.8.5 of the operating system and brings a number of fixes for various issues.

Microsoft has announced that is offering $200 to anyone who owns an iPad 2, 3, or 4 and is willing to trade the iPad in. The gift card can be used at the Microsoft store to purchase a Surface tablet or any other product. The tablets do have to be in working order with the charging cable to qualify.

 

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Apple-highlighted iOS toy Anki Drive gains new cars, tracks & race mode

Source: Apple Insider

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Anki Drive, a lineup of iOS-compatible intelligent toy race cars which are exclusive at retail to Apple Stores, expanded on Wednesday with new cars, tracks, and an entirely ...
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Samsung approved its snarky anti-Apple ads two days after Steve Jobs' death

Source: The Week

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Apple Insider dug up an interesting piece in the ongoing patent infringement lawsuit that's happening between Apple and Samsung. According to court documents, Samsung approved a snarky Apple attack ad, which poked fun at its customers for waiting in long lines to buy the new iPhone, just two days after Apple's co-founder Steve Jobs died.Samsung was worried that Jobs' death in 2011 would o ...
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Sony Pictures unable to cut deal with David Fincher to direct Jobs biopic

Source: Fox News Latino

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Sony Pictures was unable to reach a deal with David Fincher to direct the movie about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs's life ...
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‘Kill switch’ may be standard on US phones in 2015

Source: MyFox 8 WGHO

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The “kill switch,” a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015, according to a pledge backed by most of the mobile world’s major players. Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft, along with the five biggest cellular carriers in the United States, are among those that have signed on to a voluntary program announced Tuesday by the industry’s largest trade group. All smartphones manufactured for sale in the United States after Ju ...
Source: MyFox 8 WGHO   Full article at: MyFox 8 WGHO 2 hours ago
 

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Beware, phone thieves: The smartphone ‘kill-switch’ is coming

Source: BGR

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The five largest U.S. wireless carriers and many smartphone makers including Apple, Google, HTC, Huawei, Motorola, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung and others on Tuesday announced they have agreed to include “kill-switch” technology in all smartphone models released after July 2015, Re/code reports, in a move that should help decrease smartphone thefts and further protect customer da ...
Source: BGR   Full article at: BGR 3 hours ago
 

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IPHONE 6 LEAK: New case photos reaffirm big redesign

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Apple appears to take the most aggressive stance when it comes to secrecy and keeping information surrounding its unreleased products out of the public's eye. Needless to say, it's all for naught when your production partners are gigantic Eastern manufacturing giants with tens or even hundreds of thousands of workers. As such, Apple products tend to leak even more than devices made by rival companies, especially since the ...
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Scam alert: Apple iTunes account 'suspension'

Source: Moneywise

Laura Whitcombe musicscam.jpg Moneywise has learnt of an Apple iTunes email scam doing the rounds. Fraudsters posing as Apple Customer Support inform potential victims that their iTunes account has been "frozen temporarily" through an "automatic message". ...
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Apple, Google, others back smartphone 'kill switches'

Source: Sacramento Business Journal

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Major smartphone companies have committed to adding "kill switches" to phones next year to deter thefts. Signing on to the pledge were a host of companies including Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, HTC, Nokia and Huawei. An announcement of the effort  came Tuesday from CTIA, a wireless industry trade group. The effort has also brought in carriers, with support from AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. Previous attempts to ...
Source: Sacramento Business Journal   Full article at: Sacramento Business Journal 4 hours ago
 

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Hyundai announces CarPlay available this summer in its 2015 Sonata

Source: 9to5Mac

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Hyundai announced today at the New York International Auto Show its 2015 Sonata will be the first of its vehicles to feature Apple’s new CarPlay technology bringing phone, messaging, music, and navigation functionality from the iPhone to the in-dash display through iOS and Siri. Apple rebranded its iOS in the Car feature announced at WWDC in 2013 as CarPlay earlier this year with a number of committed partners including Hyundai, and today’s announcem ...
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Apple, Google, others back smartphone 'kill switches'

Source: San Francisco Business Times

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Major smartphone companies have committed to adding "kill switches" to phones next year to deter thefts. Signing on to the pledge were a host of companies including Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, HTC, Nokia and Huawei. An announcement of the effort came Tuesday from CTIA, a wireless industry trade group. The effort has also brought in carriers, with support from AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile. Previous attempts to push for such features have failed. The a ...
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