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Leaked Apple Patent Shows Possible iWatch Design

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Fictional characters like James Bond and Inspector Gadget may have been among the first people to get a "smart watch," but the idea of a "smart watch" is quickly starting to hit the mainstream with products like the Pebble Watch. Not to be outdone, Apple is also reportedly in the labs developing an iWatch of their own and now we've got a leaked patent to prove it.

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Apple Accounted for 19.9% of U.S Technology Sales Last Year

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Apple managed to pull in over 2% more from U.S technology sales last year despite a down turn in total consumer tech sales.

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iPhone 5 Was World’s Best Selling Smartphone in Q4 2012

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Coming out on top, Apple’s iPhone 5 was sold an estimated 27.4 million times worldwide during the fourth quarter of 2012.

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Rumor: iOS 6.1.2 Coming Within Days, Will Fix PassCode Security Bug

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According to iFixit, they believe that it seems likely, based on Apple's history and other factors, that iOS 6.1.2 will arrive in the next few days.

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Apple Fixes Software Bugs With iOS 6.1.1 Update

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After iOS 6.1 was released, a few issues became prevalent relating to the lock screen and Microsoft Exchange. Now Apple has responded with a bug fix.

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Possible Pictures of iPhone 5S in Production

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New pictures of iPhone 5S handsets being manufactured have now hit the net. If the pictures prove legit, there are few exterior changes from the iPhone 5.

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Cheaper iPhone Coming in June, Claims Analyst at Topeka Capital

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The latest "cheaper iPhone" rumor comes from Topeka Captial that says they are now confident that such a device is coming as early as June of this year.

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Apple Fans are Slacking Off According to Consumer Loyalty Index

If I was to write “Apple sucks” at the start of this very article it would be ridiculous for me to believe there wasn’t at least one Apple fan out there seething in their own corner of the internet telling anyone who listen just how superior the iPhone actually is. However, when it comes down to facts, it seems Apple’s ...

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FullForce Stretches iPhone 4/4S Apps to Better Support the iPhone 5 Display

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While the black bars at the top and bottom make using these apps perfectly functional on the iPhone 5, FullForce provides you an alternative to the bars.

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Apple “iPhablet” to make an appearance in 2014?

Apple is quickly being left behind in the smartphone market due to their continued use of smaller screens, but does this mean that a larger iPhablet is on the way? Barclays Capital analyst Ben Reitzes seems to think so. Although Apple moved from a 3.5-inch display to a larger 4-inch panel on the iPhone 5, many customers are moving away ...

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iPad Mini 2 to Feature 2048×1536 Resolution Display?

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The latest next-gen iPad rumor claims the iPad Mini 2 will feature an impressive 2048x1536 display, which is the same resolution as the current-gen iPad 4.

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128GB LTE Retina iPad Just Shy of $1k, Shipping in 1 to 3 Business Days

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If you’re a storage space fanatic, I can understand why you may need 128GB for your music, files and movies, and Apple seem to understand this as well. But because of the lack of external storage support, the only way to bolster up your memory is to buy a brand new model.

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Job Listings Point Toward Major iOS and OSX Overhauls

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A series of job postings have been put up by Apple and these seem to indicate that Jony Ive and his team are preparing to completely overhaul both iOS and OSX.

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Surprise, Surprise: Next iPhone to Look the Same as Current iPhone 5

Analysts claim that trends in Apples stock performance and spending suggestion the next iPhone will be an iPhone 5S with minor changes in the outside looks.

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Newly Discovered Bug Crashes Almost Every OS X App

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According to Open Radar, a newly filed bug report has shown Mac users that the potential to crash the majority of apps on OS X can be found by simply typing a line of text.

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