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Remains of the Day: One, two, many

Verizon's activating iPhones like there's no tomorrow, Apple's releasing between zero and two iPhones this year, and customers in Asian countries can pick up cheap Apple products this week. The remainders for Tuesday, January 22, 2013 are on the slow boat to China.

Verizon Posts Big Loss, Adds Two Million Wireless Connections (AllThingsD)

Verizon may have lost money in its most recent quarter, but the company also activated 6.2 million iPhones. So, uh, I guess that bodes well for Apple.

Apple to release two 4-inch iPhones featuring in-cell touch in 2013, say sources (DigiTimes)

Speaking of iPhones: A new report from the always trustworthy DigiTimes, saying that Apple will release two 4-inch iPhones this year, contradicts a previous report from DigiTimes, saying that the company would release a cheaper, larger iPhone this year. Which one is real!?

Apple's 'Red Friday' Lunar New Year Sale Will Bring Deals for Asian Customers on January 25 (MacRumors)

Apple customers in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand are getting their own one-day sale for the Chinese New Year this Friday. As with the company's Black Friday sale, customers will be able to pick up Apple products at a rare discount. For those of you here in the U.S. so tempted, just remember the savings probably won't cover your shipping costs.


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