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March 6, 2014 | By Salvador Rodriguez
QuizUp, a popular mobile game that had been available exclusively for Apple iOS users, launched Thursday for Android devices. The game allows users to face off against their friends by taking quizzes. Users choose a topic and then must answers questions correctly and as quickly as possible in order to get a higher score than their opponent. QuizUp offers a wide selection of topics, including the "House of Cards" Netflix series, music from the 2000s and flags from around the world.
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June 7, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Virgin Mobile has announced it will begin selling the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 beginning June 29, positioning itself as Cricket's competitor in the brand new prepaid iPhone U.S. market. The carrier will sell the phone for plans as low as $30 that will include unlimited texts, 300 talk minutes and unlimited data, although it will be throttled after 2.5 GBs. For another $10, the minutes can be bumped up to 1,200 and for $50 a month, voice becomes unlimited as well. The monthly plans for Virgin Mobile's iPhone begin at $35, but users can receive a $5 discount if they register for monthly automatic payments.
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December 5, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
It hasn't even been three months since the iPhone 5 released and already rumors about an iPhone 5S, or even an iPhone 6, are starting to spread on the Internet. Apple comes out with a new version of its smartphone each year, so these rumors are expected on an annual basis. But typically the off-season for iPhone rumors feels like it lasts longer than this -- I mean, the iPhone 5 hasn't even come out in most countries yet .  Regardless, they have begun, and there's nothing we can do about it. So what exactly is all the buzz about the seventh-generation iPhone?
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September 24, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
The iPhone 5 is off to a fast start with great reviews, but that's not to say it isn't generating a bevy of consumer complaints. As with every major Apple product launch, people are going online to point out issues. Some of the problems seem widespread and you may need to consider them, while others are affecting just a portion of new iPhone owners. Whatever the case, here they are. Scratches The iPhone 5's screen appears to be more durable than any iPhone before it, but its back and edges seem less resistant to scratches.
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September 12, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
As we've all been expecting for months, Apple unveiled the iPhone 5 on Wednesday. And with preorders set to begin Friday, the question is: Should you buy the new device? It depends. Comparison: iPhone 5 vs iPhone 4S vs Galaxy S III The iPhone 5 is a vast improvement over the iPhone 4S and it's sure to be another great and reliable Apple product. However, it is no longer the most technologically advanced phone. Other devices have screens bigger than Apple's with picture quality that's just as good if not arguably better.
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October 11, 2011 | By Nathan Olivarez-Giles, Los Angeles Times
More than 1 million people ordered Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4S in the first 24 hours the smartphone went on sale, easily surpassing the record 600,000 units sold on the first day for its predecessor. The impressive first-day preorders are a bit of good news for Apple when the company could use some after the death last week of its co-founder Steve Jobs. "We are blown away with the incredible customer response to iPhone 4S," Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, said in a statement.
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September 13, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
The iPhone 5 will be coming to Cricket Wireless and C Spire Wireless beginning Sept. 28. The two smaller U.S. carriers announced Thursday that they too would sell the new smartphone, which Apple officially unveiled Wednesday. Neither company has given more details besides a launch date, but it's safe to assume that Cricket, a prepaid carrier, will offer the iPhone 5 for more than $200 since it does not require customers to sign a service contract. Cricket began carrying the iPhone 4S this summer, and it sold the phone starting at $499.99.
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December 27, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Could this be the coolest app ever? It'll certainly be the center of attention at a party. The Cycloramic, a 99-cent app, turns the iPhone 5 into a spinning camera that takes 360degree video. The app makes the iPhone 5 vibrate in such a way as to turn the upright device in a full circle. We have no idea how it works; you'll have to watch the video above to really understand what it does. The app started making waves when it launched earlier this month. "Gathered around a dinner table, in a bar, in a club, at home, at a conference table, or at a historical monument?
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March 12, 2014 | By Tiffany Hsu
Starbucks customers using the company's iPhone app will be able to show some love to their baristas by tipping them through their smartphones starting March 19. The Seattle coffee giant enhanced its mobile app for Apple's iOS system to allow digital tipping at more than 7,000 company-owned stores in the U.S. Customers will be able to tip 50 cents, $1 or a maximum of $2. The company said the service was the upgrade most suggested by its customers...
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May 31, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Cricket announced Thursday that it will become the first U.S. carrier to offer a prepaid iPhone starting in late June. The company said it'll begin carrying 16GB versions of the iPhone and iPhone 4S beginning on June 22. in its announcement , Cricket said it will sell the phones online, at its stores, at select dealers and over the phone for $499.99 for the 4S and $399.99 for the 4. Users of the service who choose to buy the prepaid...
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