iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and iOS 7 Reviews from big guys

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The reviews for the latest Apple devices and software are out.

Reviewers, journalists, and critics alike have ripped the foundations and fundamentals of Apple’s latest creations — the premium iPhone 5s, the low-cost iPhone 5c, and the next-generation iOS 7 software — and given their verdict.

Here are snippets of some of the other reviews from around the Web late on Tuesday:

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AnandTech’s Anand Lal Shimpi gave a deep and thorough 13-page review of the premium Apple smartphone. The highest praise fell on the hardware features, notably the Apple A7 processor and M7 motion controller, which was described as “futureproof.” But some criticism fell in what Apple missed out, like as a slightly larger display, which in his view had “room for another sweet spot above 4-inches.”

While I don’t believe the world needs to embrace 6-inch displays, I do feel there is room for another sweet spot above 4-inches. […] If you prefer iOS for your smartphone — the iPhone 5s won’t disappoint. In many ways it’s an evolutionary improvement over the iPhone 5, but in others it is a significant step forward.  Continue reading

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‘Age Of Empires’ and many other in iOS

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Microsoft may not be the most friendly group of folks out there when it comes to working with other companies – particularly Apple.  But according to a report from Nikkei (via Reuters), the company is nevertheless planning to bring one if its most popular PC and console games to Apple’s mobile platform – Age of Empires!

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From RIM to Blackberry.

Few months ago RIM turned to Blackberry officially with so many changes.

They announced the new BB OS 10. Great OS I must say.

I am a hardcore Apple fan. Using iPhone from last few years but for a week I switched to Blackberry and it was amazing.

There is nothing like Blackberry keybaord. So awesome, it is hard to stop typing. ❤

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Blackberry Z10

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Steve Jobs is missed: iOS 7.

When I saw iOS 7 first time in WWDC event I was shocked. So many new features but still nothing like Apple. Some of the features are seriously pretty exciting. I love them but the UI, realated to Android, Windows,Symbian and even Cydia Apps in so many ways.

Here are some not so apple UI examples of iOS 7.

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Worst Dial Pad ever.

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Transformative Power Of iOS Apps

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Apple has just posted a lengthy, nearly 10 minute video (via 9to5Mac) about how apps built for its platform are used around the world to make changes that significantly impact people’s lives. It’s a very different approach from the typical Apple commercial, which is generally a short affair focusing on what apps are doing to add a little bit of levity or convenience to the average consumer’s life. Continue reading

Catch WWDC live.

WWDC will begin in a few hours & the suspense is immense!

If you can’t wait to know what Apple has to offer at this year, you can catch it live at http://www.apple.com/apple-events/

If you’re unsure as to when you’ll be needing to tune in, below is a chart detailing the starting times for all of the world’s major cities or click here to check remaining time.

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