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Who has the world’s cheapest 16GB iPhone 5 price?

Ever wondered how your country stacks up compared with others on the outright price of a 16GB iPhone 5 smartphone? We’ve crunched the numbers, taking the advertised price from the country’s local Apple store, comparing each country’s local currency and the exchange rate compared to the US dollar to see how they stand. We’ve tallied […]

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iPad mini sales to drop up to 30% second-quarter 2013

While tablet sales in general are booming, a report from digitimes.com suggests sales for Apple’s smaller iPad aren’t doing too well. The Taiwanese online news site is claiming sources in the iPad Mini supply chain that expect to see a 20-30% decline in shipments for the device due to a lack of demand. Apple’s iPad […]

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Apple stops ordering Mac computer parts?

Rumours are gathering that computing giant Apple has put a stop to component orders from suppliers for its Mac computer line-up. The report from digitimes.com says that a number of suppliers have been left wondering what Apple’s next move is and when it will resume those component orders. Sources in the report claim that Apple […]

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Budget iPhone to launch in July: analyst report

It’s no secret that Android is ripping up the smartphone market against Apple thanks to a swathe of budget-priced phones that deliver excellent value for money. Apple continues to command a significant chunk of the market but the lack of a budget model other than out-dated previous-generation models is hurting the tech giant. So it’s […]

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Apple launches new quad-core iMacs from $1399

Computing giant Apple has launched its next-generation iMac all-in-one desktops featuring the latest Intel quad-core Core i5-series CPUs and its new Thunderbolt serial I/O technology. The company has announced four new models, two each based on 21.5-inch and 27-inch widescreen LCD panels. The cheapest unit is price at $AUD1399 and features Intel’s 2.5GHz Core i5 […]

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