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  1. Leaked Photos of iPhone 5S in Production, IGZO Display?

    Leaked production photos have surfaced on Expreview alleging to be of the iPhone 5S.

    According to the site the new phone will use the same processor but feature upgraded PowerVR SGX 554MP4 graphics, 2GB of RAM, a 12 MP camera, a dual LED flash, and support for 4G LTE-Advanced networks.

    The iPhone 5S is also said to feature an IGZO display; however, it will retain remain 4-inches (1136x640) in size.

    Additionally, the device may also feature fingerprint ...
  2. Report Claims Apple May Delay the iPhone 5S for a 4.3-Inch Display

    A report from the Commercial Times, relayed by Bloomberg, claims that Apple may delay the release of the iPhone 5S to equip it with a larger 4.3-inch display.

    Apple Inc. may delay the introduction of the iPhone 5S until the end of the year after the design was changed to feature a bigger 4.3-inch retina display screen, the Commercial Times reported. The company previously scheduled the release for September or October, the Taiwanese newspaper reported, citing unidentified people in ...
  3. LiquidMetal Casing Predicted for the iPhone 5S

    BGR's Jonathan S. Geller is predicting that Apple will unveil the iPhone 5S with a LiquidMetal casing.

    Liquidmetal alloys represent the first enabling materials technology since the creation of thermoplastics and possess characteristics that make them superior in many ways to other commercially-viable materials. First, they have an "amorphous" atomic structure, which is unprecedented for structural metals. Second, they include a multi-component chemical composition, which ...
  4. Apple Seeds OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 Build 12F23 to Developers

    Apple has seeded developers with a new build of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 for testing.

    The build is number 12F23 and has no known issues; however, Apple is asking developers to concentrate their testing on Wi-Fi, Graphics, Wake from Sleep, PDF viewing and Accessibility, and Mobile Device Management.
  5. Apple Joins Coalition of Technology Companies Formed to Demand More NSA Transparency

    Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook and other technology companies and liberties groups have formed an alliance which tomorrow will demand dramatically increased transparency of government surveillance efforts, reports AllThingsD.

    In a letter to be published Thursday, the alliance whose members include 63 companies, investors, non-profits and trade organizations will call upon President Obama and congressional leaders to allow Internet, telephone, and Web-based service providers ...
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