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Apple is due to unveil the iPhone 5 at an event on September 12th with the phone most likely going on sale on the 21st. It is still unclear whether Apple plans to call it the iPhone 5 (this will be the sixth iPhone) although it does seem like the most likely name at the moment and the one that most people are rolling with.
Whether it ends up being the iPhone 5, iPhone 6 or just the "new" iPhone, one thing is clear: this will be the biggest design refresh since 2010's iPhone 4.
As older iPhone models were launched mid-summertime there are currently many iPhone contracts coming to an end. If you fall into this group you may be asking yourself, "should I buy an iPhone 4S now or wait another month for the iPhone 5?"
Will the iPhone 5 offer any major advantages over the iPhone 4S and will the iPhone 4S become cheaper when the next iPhone is launched?
Looking back to 2011, many people delayed buying a new iPhone as they waited for Apple's next release. Although the iPhone 4 was available, there was a lot of reluctance to purchase it in the fear that it would become obsolete within the space of a few months. As many iPhone contracts came to an end, people patiently waited for a few extra months for the next model to be announced.
By SimonDrewGuest Blogger
Technology and Gaming
The world wide web is host to roughly one gazillion computer-tonnes of
information (that's what information is measured in right?) and word on
the internet is that Apple has 'accidentally' leaked some details about
the new iPad to the public. Surely what has been shown is enough to get
everyone pumped for a completely new revolutionary device filled with
lots of neat gadgets that is completely worth the extra £100 or so in
comparison to the older iPads? Well... almost.
Don't get me wrong Apple fans, the information given so far has been
pretty good. A faster processor, higher resolution screen and the
installation of Siri isn't something to scoff at but to a student it
may not be enough to warrant the cost.
Though we're not quite yet into December, it's probably about time to start thinking about what gifts you're going to pick up for your friends and family. If you're anything like most other people, coming up with presents for everyone in your life is probably an unnecessarily difficult task. At least, it is for me somewhere near 90% of the time.
But, if you've got a tech nerd in your life, then you're in luck. For the next couple of weeks, I'll be putting together lists of the hottest products in gaming and tech for every budget. This week, you'll find some of the best things you can buy for £50 and under. It might be a bit hard finding products that fall within this range because, let's face it, gadgets are an expensive hobby. Still, if you know where to look, you'll find plenty of products that any tech geek would be glad to have.
There's a fairly decent chance that you or someone you know may have accidentally stumbled upon a fake gadget at some point. iPods, computer software, mobile phones and mp3 players, among numerous others, have all been counterfeited at some point or another. But there is no way you could counterfeit an entire store, right? If you happen to find yourself in Kunming, China, you just might want to think twice about that.
blog recently broke news that, yes, there's an entire store in China
that's masquerading itself as a legitimate Apple Store. Taking a quick
glance, you could see how one might get away with it. Like real Apple
Stores, the fake one features the same clean white walls, wooden floors
and tables and even blue-shirted employees toting those familiar Apple
Store employee name tags. The aesthetics of it all seem to blend right
A report published by American Express has
revealed that the internet is helping local shops to flourish. The report
claims that a new breed of internet savvy, cash conscious consumers dubbed the 'New
Villagers' are helping to transform the fortunes of many retailers.
Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, has announced that the world's biggest social network is going to "launch something awesome" on Wednesday and the rumour mill is going into overdrive as to what that particular something could be. As secretive as it's all meant to be, it seems the most likely 'something awesome' is going to be a new video chat feature in association with Skype.