Last year Google released the Nexus 4, to go along with their Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets. The smartphone was a success despite its lack of LTE connectivity. Those with cellular companies that used the GSM standard (AT&T and T-Mobile in the US and most of the rest of the world) were able to buy an unsubsidized smartphone for the relatively affordable price of $299 for the 8 GB model. This year in a silent rollout, Google released the Nexus 5 (Nexus devices are typically named after their screen size). Read the rest of this entry »
The Tech world’s worst kept secret is finally official. Apple will hold its iPhone event next Tuesday, September 10th at 10 am PST. The event will be held at Apple Headquarter’s in Cupertino, CA.
Presumably Apple will showcase two new phones at their event, the high end 5S and the budget conscious 5C. Strong evidence suggests that Apple will release their new phones on Friday, September 20th. If history is any indicator you can expect to see preorders go live for the 5S and 5C at 12 am PST on Friday, September 13th. Alongside the new hardware, the final version of iOS 7 should be unveiled . Rumors have pegged its release anywhere from the day of the event until September 18th.
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