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[23 Aug 2011 | No Comment | 810 Views]

Asian suppliers to Apple Inc (AAPL.O) have begun manufacturing a lower-priced version of its hot-selling iPhone 4 with a smaller 8 gigabyte flash drive, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
The flash drive for the 8GB iPhone 4 is being manufactured by a Korean company, one of the people said on Tuesday, declining to name the company. Apple currently sources its flash drives from Japan’s Toshiba (6502.T) and South Korea’s Samsung Electronics. REUTERS

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[22 Aug 2011 | No Comment | 765 Views]

TableTop is a new music creation app from San Francisco-based start up Retronyms, designed specifically for serious musicians.
Many music apps in the App Store focus solely on providing the sound of one instrument, but TableTop is a digital version of a musician’s studio, including keyboards, synthesizers, drum machines, samplers, sequencers, and many other sound effects that can be used alone or with each other to potentially create full-length songs within the app. PADGADGET

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[22 Aug 2011 | No Comment | 754 Views]

The Japanese version of iOS 5, Apple’s latest mobile OS, will let you know if an earthquake is coming a good minute or two before it hits.
Such functionality is common in natively produced handsets, but imported brands have been slow to integrate the warnings which use a standardised tone and go off even if the phone has been set to silent. With its latest OS, Apple has now integrated the service, as spotted by 9to5Mac. THEREGISTER

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[17 Aug 2011 | No Comment | 706 Views]

Apple has reportedly ordered up to 26 million units of the upcoming iPhone 5 for the second half of the year.
The report comes via DigiTimes which said that “Taiwan-based supply chain makers” have revealed the number of orders of the yet to be released and still unannounced next-generation smartphone.
According to the publication, iPhone 5orders for the third quarter have been reduced to 5.5 to 6 million units from an initial order of 7 million units. SOCIALBARREL

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[12 Aug 2011 | No Comment | 688 Views]

That iPhone in your pocket is good for more than making calls and social networking – it can also be used to help motorists save money at the gas pump, thanks to a growing assortment of apps that can help track and boost your car’s fuel economy and help find the lowest gas prices no matter where you live or travel. Here’s a quick look at a few of the best of them; all are available as free downloads via the iTunes App Store.
Apps can help locate the lowest prices …