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Apple adds China Mobile to iPhone 5C carriers list

According to the latest report by Wall Street Journal China Mobile has already signed or will very soon sign a deal with Apple for the low-cost iPhone 5C. Apple has asked Foxconn to add China Mobile to the list of supported carriers for the iPhone 5C.

It is not yet clear if the deal is complete so we can't be sure if China Mobile will participate at the Chinese iPhone launch event in Beijing on September 11.

According to the rumors, China Mobile's iPhone 5C will ship in November. The carrier is still waiting for approval to launch its LTE network and that may be the reason for the delay. Meanwhile China Telecom has already put up pre-order pages for the iPhone 5S and 5C.

Apple is holding a press conference next Tuesday, September 10, where it is expected to announce the iPhone 5S flagship and the low-cost iPhone 5C.

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Apple iOS 7 to start seeding to users on September 10

Enough with those iPhone rumors, models, shells and parts. Let's talk about iOS 7 now. Apple unveiled the new OS back in June and promised to release it this fall. There is no official date though, just a few beta releases with the latest one feeling very much like a final product.

There is a rumor Apple will be holding the iPhone announcement event on September 10, while a previous information suggested the iOS 7 Golden Master build will be seeded on September 5.

Now, an email NUANCE, the company behind Siri, sent to a developer suggests the iOS 7 general availability (GA) will come on September 10. This coincides nicely with the Apple's iPhone event rumor and adds lots of extra credibility to it.



There is a chance though NUANCE meant GM - Gold Master - instead of GA. Anyway, you take this with a pinch of salt but as September is already upon us and we'll know soon if these rumors hold any water.

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Apple iOS 7 updates kick off September 18

Apple has just announced the iOS 7 update will become available on all compatible iGadgets on September 18. The update will be distributed for free, of course.

The iOS 7 is compatible with iPhone 4 and above, iPad 2 and above, iPad mini and iPod Touch 5th generation.

Apple has also announced it will supply all iOS 7 devices with iPhoto, iMovie, Pages, Numbers and Keynote apps for free.

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Apple iPhone 5C and iPad 5 shells leak yet in another video

We already lost count of the iPhone 5C casing leaks, but today brings us yet another one. The iPhone 5C panels pose in front of a camera along with the alleged iPad 5 shell.

We already know perfectly what the cheaper iPhone 5C should look like. It's also supposed to pack the same insides as the current iPhone 5 (rumored to be discontinued upon the 5C and 5S release) and the same 4" Retina display.

The video also shows an alleged iPad 5 shell. The slate has supposedly entered mass production in order to be ready for an early Fall release.

The new casing looks a lot like the iPad mini's, featuring slim bezels, only it's just bigger because of the 9.7" Retina display.

Here are two newly leaked shots of the iPad 5's front glass.

We expect even more leaks of this kind to follow as we come closer to the announcement.

Thank you, Sven-Erik Nystad, for the tip!

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