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Yet more evidence of 4-inch display on iPhone 5; plus HD front camera


A market analyst with sources "deep within Apple's supply chain" is saying that the iPhone 5 will have a 4-inch display. The resolution will be 1,136x 640, and the aspect ratio will be 16:9, as on a widescreen TV. This compares to the earlier iPhone's 3-5-inch screen and 4:3 aspect ratio. Why 4 inches? More screen space, he says, enhances the user's experience, including being more naturally suited to watching movies. But it's not so much larger that it interferes with one-handed operation or increases battery life. Plus, by simply making the iPhone taller, app developers won't necessarily have to redesign their apps for the larger space. There would simply be some blank space at the top and bottom of the app.

More buzz about a possible "iPad mini" in September; New maps app


There's a lot of buzz lately about Apple announcing a number of new products in September, including the new iPhone 5 and a 7.85-inch iPad mini. The source of the rumor for the iPad mini this time is market analyst Brian White, who recently ventured to Taiwan and got the scoop from sources in Apple's supply chain. White says that September promises to be an "exciting" month. You can read more on AppleInsider.

WINNERS: iPhone Life's Weekly Weekend Giveaway 6-4


Thanks to everyone who entered the iPhone Life Weekly Weekend Giveaway. We have selected the winners of this Giveaway. We gave away 15 apps!

Apple may announce iOS 6 June 11, including new maps, camera, and photo apps


Many are now expecting that Apple will announce iOS 6 during their June 11 keynote at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Rumors have been circulating that Apple will introduce a new Maps app -- one that will no longer use Google Maps. A rumored feature will be 3D maps. Details of the app and actual photos have been posted on the Internet. You can see a roundup of this on CNET. Also rumored is Facebook integration.

Call for Travel Articles [iPhone Life Special Issue]


We're looking for articles about traveling with your iPhone and iPad for a special "digital-only" issue of iPhone Life coming out soon. 

What are your favorite traveling apps? How should users handle roaming and data usage while traveling? What are your top tips for iTravelers? What are the best iPhone and iPad travel accessories?

Writing for iPhone Life is a fun way to share your knowledge and increase your exposure. We'll also pay you $25 for each published article.

Video on Japanese site offers more evidence for 4-inch screen on iPhone 5


The iPhone 5 apparently won't be announced until September or October, but evidence continues to mount that suggests it will have a 4-inch display. Now a video has been posted on a Japanese website showing a front panel for the new iPhone and comparing it with that of a current iPhone. It gives you a clear picture of how much taller the new phone will be. Of course, we don't know if this is a legitimate front panel, and even if it is, we don't know whether Apple will come out with this form factor or some other one that they might be working on.

A Unique Touch: X-Doria iPad And iPhone Accessories.


In the ever-so-crowded field of cases and folios for iDevices it's an understatement to say that it can be a challenge for one brand to stand out from the crowd. To that end, X-Doria is a company that has created a unique and varied product line-up, products that appeal both to a sense of touch as well as a sense of visual aesthetics.

Report: Apple to introduce new Apple TV software at WWDC June 11


The Apple guessing game is now centered on the Worldwide Development Conference (WWDC) June 11-15, especially since it's official that Apple will be presenting the keynote on June 11. That usually means they have something to announce. And no doubt their will be iOS-related news. The latest report, from BGR, is that Apple will be announcing a new version of their Apple TV software. BGR says they've heard that the feature set will be more complete, including the ability to connect accessories to an Apple TV device. One implication is that the Apple remote will be able to control other devices, such that you won't need to mess with various remotes and codes.

Apple CEO Tim Cook says "incredible" products coming


The blogs are buzzing about Apple CEO Tim Cook's speech yesterday at All Things Digital. As usual, he was circumspect about new products but did say, “The juices are flowing, and we have some incredible things coming out." He was asked specifically about an Apple TV set, and he said that it's an "area of intense interest" for Apple and that the company is "going to keep pulling the string and see where this takes us." One interesting point was that he said that the "S" in "iPhone 4S" stands for "Siri." And perhaps the biggest news is that Apple is just getting started with Siri.

iPhone Photography Special Issue [Available Now]



If you have an iPhone, you’ve probably tried your hand at iPhone photography. From amazing apps to great gear, there are numerous ways to improve your images, no matter if you’re a novice or a seasoned professional. In response to your loud enthusiasm for iPhone Photography, we're thrilled to feature a new special issue all about “iPhoneography.” To download the stand-alone special issue, go to our iPhone Life Mag newsstand app.

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