Next-Generation iPhone to Use A6 System-on-a-Chip?

Next-Generation iPhone to Use A6 System-on-a-Chip?

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New While a significant number of parts claimed to be for the next-generation iPhone have appeared over the past few months, the component of perhaps the most interest has yet to be seen: the main processor package. Speculation has covered a number of different possibilities including a die-shrunk A5 similar to...
Next-Generation iPhone to Use A6 System-on-a-Chip?
                                       

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Garmin Adds Transit Directions, Google Adds Biking Paths To Maps

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New Google caused quite the flurry in 2009 when it announced turn-by-turn directions on its Maps apps. Years later, GPS maker Garmin is striking back, adding transport directions to its apps that previously only helped you if you drove from Point A to B. This new "Urban Navigation" feature will be...
Garmin Adds Transit Directions, Google Adds Biking Paths To Maps
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Yep, even more iPhone 5 photos leak

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New This time featuring a side-by-side comparison of the front component against the iPhone 4S. [Read more]...
Yep, even more iPhone 5 photos leak
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Mapfia launches in the UK and five other regions to let you share locations with friends during phone calls

thenextweb.com
Mapfia launched its location-based calling app to a swell of fanfare back in June, though initially the apps were restricted to North American smartphone users. Today, however, it rolls out in the UK, India, Brazil, China, Japan and Taiwan, taking its total region count to eight – including the US...
Mapfia launches in the UK and five other regions to let you share locations with friends during phone calls

Goophone I5 manages to KIRF the 2012 iPhone weeks in advance

www.engadget.com
Here's something you still don't see every day: a KIRF that's unveiled before the device it's supposed to copy. Although the 2012 iPhone may not show for weeks, the Android-based Goophone I5 is already doing a remarkable job of aping Apple's rumored style, including that two-tone look that we've...
Goophone I5 manages to KIRF the 2012 iPhone weeks in advance
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This Image Shows The Difference In Screen Size Between The iPhone 4 And The iPhone 5 (AAPL)

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French gadget site Nowhere Else seems to have gotten its hands on the front panel of an iPhone 5. The part looks very similar to a bunch we have already seen leaked. They posted a bunch of pictures. One of them does the best job we've seen comparing the size...
This Image Shows The Difference In Screen Size Between The iPhone 4 And The iPhone 5 (AAPL)

It's Very Frustrating That The iPhone 5 Won't Fix This Problem With The iPhone (AAPL)

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BGR has a great list of things that you hate about your iPhone that the new iPhone won't fix. One of them rankles me more than the others. From BGR: Better email client. We're on the sixth generation of Apple's mobile software and I still can't drill down my inbox...
It's Very Frustrating That The iPhone 5 Won't Fix This Problem With The iPhone (AAPL)
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