Archive | October 4th, 2011

AT&T begins sending out throttling warnings to data-heavy iPhone users

4. October 2011

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Back in late July, AT&T announced its intention to throttle the bandwidth speeds of users who reside in the top 5% of data consumed amongst smartphone subscribers.┬áThese top 5% of data users, AT&T articulated, often use upwards of 12x as much data as the average smartphone user. Starting October 1, smartphone customers with unlimited data […]

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Apple introduces refreshed iPod Touch and new iPod Nano with 16 new clock faces

4. October 2011

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While the iPhone and Siri were unquestionably in Apple’s Keynote main event on Tuesday, the undercard was perhaps occupied by slight upgrades to the iPod Touch and iPod Nano lines. First the iPod Nano, which as we predicted, isn’t going anywhere. Phil Schiller handled the iPod portion of the keynote and kicked things off with […]

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Tim Cook highlights rousing success of OS X Lion and the Mac

4. October 2011

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By Sarah Petit: Tim Cook kicked off today’s keynote by highlighting the roaring success of the Mac and OS X Lion (sorry, we couldn’t help it). After starting off with an obligatory blurb from Walt Mossberg stating that OS X Lion is the “best operating system out there”, Cook dropped a number of interesting data […]

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Apple posts video stream of today’s “Let’s talk iPhone” event

4. October 2011

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Earlier today, Apple CEO Tim Cook was joined on stage by Phil Schiller, Scott Forstall, and Eddy Cue where, over the course of an hour and a half or so, they introduced a refreshed iPod Nano, iPod Touch, and of course, the iPhone 4S. Not long ago, Apple posted a live stream of today’s keynote […]

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Apple officially introduces the iPhone 4S, complete with better battery life, camera, and antenna design

4. October 2011

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Apple didn’t introduce an iPhone 5 today, but they did unveil an iPhone 4S with enough features to position it as an alluring upgrade for current iPhone 4 users. As rumored, the upcoming iPhone 4S – which is slated for release on October 14th – will be a worldmode phone, meaning that it will run […]

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Where to catch the iPhone event live blog

4. October 2011

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Stay up to date with the current happenings as Tim Cook helps introduce the new iPhone. – Engadget – Ars Technica – This is my next… – gdgt – Macworld – CNET – The Loop

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No LTE or WiMAX iPhones expected; iPhone price structure will be most aggresive to date – Report

4. October 2011

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Buckle-up, folks. Today promises to be insanely busy and chock full of interesting announcements. With Apple’s media event now less than an hour away, rumors are still trickling in. There’s been a lot of talk about what kind of iPhones Apple might release and how big the screens will be, but there hasn’t been much […]

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