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  • News: The iPhone 4S debuts

    Apple took the wraps off the next iPhone Tuesday, and Macworld's Jason Snell and Dan Moren were on hand to cover the event. Now they stop by the Macworld Podcast along with Daring Fireball's John Gruber to tell you what they saw and to lend some perspective to Tuesday's Apple news.

  • Opinion: New iPhone 4S: Top 5 Letdowns

    Apple's new iPhone 4S has some impressive upgrades, including voice controls, a faster processor, and a better camera. But to millions of tech fans hoping to be dazzled by Apple's latest creation, the 4S is, well, a tad disappointing. Here are the top pre-launch rumors that didn't come true:

  • News: iPhone 4S chatter swamps the Web

    Apple's iPhone 4S announcement in Cupertino, Calif., predictably turned into a major social media event, prompting techies to post tens of thousands of related tweets on Twitter, thousands of thumbs-up likes on Facebook, and hundreds of comments on popular news sites during the 90 minute-long event.

  • News: AppleCare+ for iPhone covers accidental damage

    With all the big Apple news on Tuesday, you'll be forgiven if you missed a change the company made to its AppleCare extended-service offering for the iPhone. But that change is significant and will make the plan more appealing to some users.

  • Opinion: iPhone 4S – 3 reasons why it is better for business users

    In case you missed it, Apple held a little event today. While no iPhone 5 was unveiled, Apple did announce a retooled, and updated iPhone 4--the iPhone 4S--which will be available on October 14.

  • News: Apple will pay your $200 for your gently used iPhone 4

    If history is any guide, the advent of the iPhone 4S will soon render the iPhone 4 both significantly less sexy and significantly less valuable on the resale market. But the good news for early adopters is that Apple will pay them up to $200 to buy back their mint-condition iPhone 4.

  • News: Oracle shows JavaFX on iOS and Android

    The company also pitches Project Avatar dynamic client effort and delays Java SE 8 to the summer of 2013

  • Opinion: Apple Seeds Final iOS 5 Gold Master Beta to Developers

    iOS 5 won't be out until October 12, but if you're a registered iOS developer, you can get your hands on the gold master release today.

  • News: Apple.com crashes as iPhone 4S unveiled

    Shortly before Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S, the company's Web site went down.

  • News: Apple: It's the iPhone 4S, not the iPhone 5

    Apple's new CEO Tim Cook and other company executives today introduced the new iPhone 4S, an upgrade to the existing iPhone 4 that features the same faster dual-core processor now used in the iPad 2.

  • Apple reveals iOS 5 launch date

    Apple tonight recapped some of the previously announced updates included in the upcoming iOS 5 operating system, and revealed that iOS 5 will be available on October 12.

  • Apple iPhone 4S launches

    Apple CEO Tim Cook tonight launched a new iPhone. The next generation of Apple's iconic smartphone is called the Apple iPhone 4S.

  • News: Summary: iPhone 4S grabs the spotlight at Apple event

    Apple unveiled a new iPhone Tuesday where the most significant changes--including new voice control features--are all on the smartphone's inside. The iPhone 4S highlighted a press event where Apple also announced release dates for iOS 5 and its iCloud online storage and sync service as well as a new card design app for iOS devices.

  • News: Apple iPhone 4S launch: the details

    Apple today held an iPhone 5 event, at which it announced a new iPhone - the iPhone 4S, an October 12 launch for iOS 5, plus a new iPod nano and a new iPod touch. Here are the details.

  • News: Apple iPhone 5 launch: today's announcements in brief

    Apple held a press event at its US headquarters today to update journalists on its incredible string of commercial successes and to flesh out details of its much anticipated new iOS software. The Apple iPhone 5, which was strongly rumoured to be unveiled at the press conference in Cupertino, California, did not make an appearance. However, Apple CEO Tim Cook did take the wraps off new models of iPod nano and iPod touch and the iPhone 4S

  • News: iPhone 4S: Upgraded iPhone offers 'intelligent' assistant

    The enhanced model also upgrades the camera and processor, ups the memory and storage capacity, and will be available on Sprint

  • News: Apple unveils iPhone 4S

    Apple's latest iPhone doesn't look all that different on the surface from the iPhone 4 it replace. But the iPhone 4S unveiled by Apple at a press event Tuesday promises an improved processor, new wireless system, and more powerful camera, along with voice control capabilities.

  • News: Apple announces iPhone 4S to crowd

    Apple on Tuesday announced the iPhone 4S, a 3G smartphone with improved hardware designed to allow the device to run applications faster than its predecessor, the iPhone 4.

  • News: Apple Upgrades Game Center on iOS

    The "world's most popular gaming platform" just got better. On Tuesday, Apple unveiled new features appearing in their iOS 5 update, including some much-needed upgrades for their Game Center mobile gaming service. The changes include friend suggestions, photos, and achievement points.

  • News: Apple Finally Reveals iPhone 4S, Here's the Specs

    Apple has finally taken the lid off of the iPhone 4. While it's not the "iPhone 5" that many publications and analysts were expecting, the new smartphone is looking like a significant upgrade over the last model. Here's a breakdown of the hard specs:



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