Rumor: Apple considering 12.9-inch iPads with 2K and 4K resolutions for 2014 launch

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Adding to rumors about a larger iPad model, they say Foxconn has built five versions of the alleged 12.9-inch tablet featuring 2K or 4K screen resolutions.
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Prosecutors urge use of iPhone anti-theft system

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Top prosecutors in San Francisco and New York and the mayor of London are urging iPhone users to download Apple's new iOS 7 operating system that includes a feature they believe might curb a rash of thefts.
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Piper Jaffray: ‘iPhone 5C’ may not include Siri, could replace iPhone 4S at bottom of lineup

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In a research note issued to investors on Monday, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster predicts Apple may scale back iOS 7 on a rumored low-cost iPhone, possibly hobbling the handset by deactivating features like Siri.
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Apple Reportedly Prepping for September Launch of New iPad, but iPad Mini Still in Flux

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Digitimes reports that Apple has finalized plans for its fifth-generation iPad, targeting a September launch for the redesigned device that is rumored to be taking design cues from the iPad mini with narrower side bezels and a thinner body.
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iOS 7 to Have Video Zoom

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While Apple’s new mobile operating system iOS 7 is not yet ready to be released to the public, there are numerous speculation and rumors concerning the features of the upcoming product. Developers have discovered some quite interesting details on how video recording will be tweaked on the ‘fruit company’s’ new operating system. It is said to be allowing the users zoom in while recording video. iOS video zoom can become a real leap forward for company’s mobile devices.
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The iTunes Store Needs a Revamp

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The iTunes store now being a decade old has gone through a lot of efforts to make it look and seem different, but that still remains to be its biggest problem. Not so long ago, iTunes was meant to be paired with an iPod, the setup was quite simple and the software was great. Until the music store was added, then videos, then Audiobook, and now applications. What was a simple setup then, has now officially hit overload especially with more advanced gadgets such as iPhones and iPads.
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iPhone 5S Launch to Be Delayed

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iPhone 5S launch is said to be postponed, according to an analyst from Jefferies, who has recently visited the tech giant’s Asian suppliers. Thus, while Google, Samsung, and Microsoft are making steady progress with their smartwatches, smartphones, and other devices, the “fruit company” seems to have production delays due to the preproduction problems.
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Apple Controller Clued Again

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Apple gamepad that can be currently in works by the ‘fruit company’ has been a topic of heated debates recently. The first rumors of a possible physical Apple controller hitting the market appeared in March 2013, when it was announced that Apple planned to unveil the device during an iPad-centered event. The rumor itself is quite old, emerging in 2008 after Apple filed a patent plea for a dock, adding physical controls and some other hardware features to iOS. Such a hardware would be Apple
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Next Apple iPhone to Sport Improved Camera, Higher-End SoC

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As reported by hit-or-miss Taiwanese publication DigiTimes, the iPhone 5S will be a minor update, with a faster process and a higher-megapixel camera cited as the key improvements over the current model. Otherwise, the handset’s design is thought to remain largely unchanged. Components for the upcoming device will allegedly start shipping in May, suggesting the launch is scheduled for the September quarter.
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iPhone, iPad Order Cuts Seen as Sign of Weakening Demand

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According to Glen Yeung with Citi, demand for the iPhone 5 and iPad 4 is gradually decreasing. Basing his suggestions on reduced component orders for Apple’s latest handset and tablet models, the analyst has dropped his iPhone sales estimates for the ongoing March quarter from the previously projected 35 million to 34 million units. To compare, Wall Street expects Apple to sell around 37 million iPhones. For the June quarter, Yeung has reiterated his initial 25 million target, which is lower t
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