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Remains of the Day: Ever smaller

The next iPhone may scan your fingerprints, and the future iPad will--almost shockingly--not be bigger and heavier. The remainders for Wednesday, January 16, 2013 are lighter than air.

iPhone 6 with fingerprint sensor to launch alongside cheaper iPhone with six colours in June - analyst (Macworld UK)

Continuing on with the theme of the next iPhone rumors, one analyst says the iPhone 5S--or, possibly, iPhone 6--will drop in June. And get this: He says it will have a fingerprint sensor (probably based on Apple's acquisition of AuthenTec last year). On the upside, Apple will finally be able to claim that glass retaining fingerprints is a feature.

Apple's next 9.7" iPad to be 'significantly lighter and slimmer' (AppleInsider)

Almost hard to believe.

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