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Nikon D3s with 1080p video rumored for release next month

Nikon D3s with 1080p video rumored for release next monthThis sort of burst out of nowhere today, but word is that a new Nikon D3s will hit on October 15 -- the crew at NikonRumors puts it at '99 percent probability.' The D3s is expected to add 1080p video and an 14fps burst mode to the D3, as well as a 1.6x crop mode, but other than that we don't know too much. We'll keep you updated, it looks like the leaks are coming fast and furious.

(Via Engadget Digital Cameras.)

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Phase One 645DF camera

Phase One 645DF camera

Phase One 645DF camera

Phase One has upgraded their 645 core medium-format camera into a newer model known as the 645DF, where you will find it to come in a seamless design with its careful amalgamation of lens, body, back and software. In addition, the 645DF comes with both a traditional leaf shutter and a focal plane shutter for superior responsiveness and image quality with each shot that you take. Apart from that, you will find that the Phase One 645DF also boasts one of the fastest flash syncs in a camera, capable of flashing the light up to a 1/1,600 second shutter speed, alongside exposure times from as low as 1/4,000 of seconds up to an hour. Ready for a debut this fall, the new Phase One 645DF is tipped to retail for $5,998 without lens or a digital back. Assuming you want both options, you will need to fork out another $2,490.




(Via UberGizmo, the Gadgets News Blog.)

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Hasselblad 50 and 60 MP H4D Cameras

Hasselblad 50 and 60 MP H4D Cameras

hasselbladh4d lg1 Hasselblad 50 and 60 MP H4D Cameras


Hasselblad cameras aren’t the cameras of choice to snap casual candids at the weekend house party, but if you’re a serious photographer looking for an uncompromising set-up, these new upgrades for its H system camera line are certainly a good choice. The most exciting upgrade of the H4D cameras is True Focus-a true off-center autofocus system that uses a yaw rate sensor to detect and compensate for horizontal and vertical movement away from the focus. Automatic adjustment is available for image qualities such as color and vignetting. The camera can connect to a computer via FireWire to bypass internal storage, and features newly-upgraded version of Hasselblad’s Phocus software that will run faster. Here’s where we get to the average-cameramen-need-not-apply portion of the show: the 50MP H4D-50 will run $29,299 and be available in January while the 60MP H4D-60 will be available in November for $42,486.

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Google Voice iPhone App Breaks the Law, AT&T Launches iPhone MMS

The excitement of the iPhone finally getting multimedia messaging, is overshadowed by the Google Voice drama

After a long wait AT&T finally rolled out support for the multimedia messaging service (MMS) protocol. This means that iPhones can at last send pictures, video, and audio recordings like users of other smartphones.

IPhones have actually had MMS support built in since June when the iPhone OS v3.0 was released. AT&T, however, kept the functionality disabled for fear it would overload and break its network. Meanwhile, AT&T upgraded much of its network and built extra capacity to handle the service.

On September 22, early last week, it sent a free SMS text message to inform its customers that it would be rolling out the update on Friday. The message read, "AT&T Free Msg: Picture & video messaging (MMS) will be available for iPhone on 9/25. While we prepare your account for MMS capability, the current 'view my message' experience will be turned off but your ability to send and receive text messages will not be affected."

Users began receiving the update when they synced their phones with iTunes on Friday. The update wasn't without its problems -- most of which appear to be software/firmware related. Some users found that their attempts to send MMS failed. Apple and AT&T suggested users first try to reset their networks settings. A more extreme fix involves selecting your iPhone's settings in iTunes and choosing "General > Reset All Settings > enter your pin if prompted". That fix appears to get MMS working, but you may have to reenter your Passcode, Wi-Fi passwords. You may also lose your VPN connections and remembered Wi-Fi networks. A perk, though, is that your apps are arranged alphabetically, something previously not easily done.

[via Daily Tech]

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Apple Allows iTunes Competitor on App Store

The approval of spotify is a sign of change at Apple

Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing Phil Schiller has made it his personal mission to fix the iPhone's App Store. Phil Shoemaker, Apple’s Director of Application Technology is also playing a hand. Why would the top brass at a company like Apple be having to work so hard to "fix" a wildly successful marketplace that sold over a billion apps? It boils down to one thing -- perception.

Apple has consistently shown inconsistency, approving usenet applications designed to assist in filesharing, while rejecting others that monitor your torrent client. Likewise it rejected Google Voice, while approving a similar app from VoIP service Vonage. Still other controversial apps -- like the infamous "Babyshaker" app -- it approved only to later reject. However, there are some signs that Apple may finally be loosening up when it comes to its app store censorship.

This week Apple approved Spotify Mobile, a European music download service's application. The app will compete directly with iTunes in digital music sales.

In the past, Apple forbade most applications that competed with the handful of applications it offers for the iPhone. It relaxed this restriction slightly, recently allowing rival web browsers -- but only those based on WebKit, the rendering engine Apple's Safari browser uses.

For those interested, Spotify offers 6 million songs on-demand for $16. You can stream songs to your phone, or download songs to listen to when offline.

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GE J1050 And J1250 Digital Cameras

GE J1050 And J1250 Digital Cameras

GE J1050 And J1250 Digital Cameras


GE Digital Cameras today announced two new digicams namely the 10-Megapixel J1050 and 12.2-Megapixel J1250. Both cameras come with several easy-to-use features, including Pan-Capture Panorama, wide-angle shots, Auto Scene, Blink, Smile and Face Detection. Each camera measures only 0.8-inch thin and has a 2.7-inch LCD screen with Auto Adjust Brightness for perfect screen visibility indoors and outdoors. The GE J1050 and J1250 will be available soon for $119.99 and $139.99, respectively.

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Polaroid PoGo Instant Digital Camera

Polaroid PoGo Instant Digital Camera

Polaroid PoGo Instant Digital Camera


Polaroid rolls back the years with their PoGo Instant Digital Camera, where this hybrid printer/camera is able to print out digitally captured photos on the spot, using ZINK (zero ink) technology that can be found on the Polaroid PoGo Instant Photo Printer and the Dell Wasabi PZ310. You will get 5-megapixel photos with this, but the potential downside is the limitation of just 2' x 3' photos. At least there is the option to store your photos on an SD memory card, where you can then transfer it elsewhere to print out selected photos in larger sizes.




(Via UberGizmo, the Gadgets News Blog.)

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Samsung SC-X105L Sports Camcorder

Samsung SC-X105L Sports Camcorder

Samsung SC-X105L Sports Camcorder


If you are searching for a new rugged camcorder, Samsung has unveiled the SC-X105L sports camcorder that comes with the rubber-coated encasement. This camcorder is also HD ready with a 720×480 format and has an internal memory of 1GB. Other features include a 10X optical zoom, a 100X digital zoom, and a 2-inch LCD screen. The Samsung SC-X105L is priced at $600 each.

[Via CamcorderInfo]


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JVC PICSIO GC-FM 1 Compact Camera

JVC PICSIO GC-FM 1 Compact Camera

JVC PICSIO GC-FM 1 Compact Camera


Here’s the latest pocket-sized camera from JVC, the PICSIO GC-FM1. Measuring only 53mm x 97mm x 17mm and weighing just 95 grams, this compact camera sports an 8-megapixel sensor for taking digital still images, a 2-inch LCD display, an SD/SDHC memory card slot, an HDMI output and has the capability to record 1080p HD video at 2.03-megapixel in MPEG-4 or AVC/H.254 format. In addition, it also supports 720p, VGA and QVGA video modes. The PICSIO GC-FM 1 is available in three different colors: blue, black and pink for a retail price of £170 (about $271).

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Free iPhone Porn App Launched by Sunny Leone

Well, except without any actual porn in it, obviously

We're not up to speed on the finer points of Sunny Leone's work (or at least, we weren't until an eye-popping Google Images search), but we gather she's fairly well known in the adult entertainment world.

Now there's some good news for fans who want to keep up with her doings on their iPhones: yes, there's an app for that. A free one, launched by T3 IT.

This being the app store, it doesn't contain anything that would flout Apple's upper ceiling of a 17+ age rating - the blurb describes it as a "bikini and lingerie model app... although there is no nude picture or video, nudity or pornographic material, the content is very provocative".

Quite. The app offers photo galleries, video clips and Leone's personal blog. A separate paid version has more content for 59p, and T3 IT has launched a similar premium app for another adult star, Aria Giovanni.

Apple has been uncompromising in its no-adult-apps stance for iPhone, but it's interesting to see the adult entertainment world experimenting with tame iPhone apps for promotional purposes in this way.

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Fujifilm Instax Mini 7S Instant Camera

Fujifilm Instax Mini 7S Instant Camera



Instant film photography is still alive. Fujifilm, following on the success of their Instax products in European and Asian markets, introduces a new instant film camera, the Instax Mini 7S to the U.S. market.



FUJIFILM, USA based in Valhalla, New York announced today, Wednesday September 23, 2009 the Instax Mini 7S, an Instant Color Film camera . Capitalizing upon a loyal following this camera is envisioned as a trendy style oriented option for fans of instant photography whether professional or enthusiast. There has been a renewed interest in this style of photography over the past few years. This is Fujifilm’s second Instax camera sold in the US. The previous model was the INSTAX 200.



FUJIFILM Instax Mini 7S Specifications


• Electronic shutter 1/60-sec

• Built-in AUTO flash

• Light Emitting Diode exposure indicator

• Silken White Finish

• Size (WxHxD inches) 5 x 5 x 2.5


FUJIFILM Instax Mini Instant Film


An instant glossy finish film that produces natural skin tones and vivid color.


• ISO 800 film speed

• Sharp, clear reproduction

• Film size: (WxH inches) 2 x 3; image area: 1.8 x 2.4


Pricing for the camera which is now available has a MSRP of $95.99 with a ten pack of film at $19.99! At two bucks per business card size photo, this casual photography solution is not cheap. With the decline of other instant film type consumer oriented photography products and their uncertain future, this is the only remaining instant film picture product.




(Via Photography Review Blog.)

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50 Free iPhone Apps for Business Travelers

If your work has you out of the office more than you're in it, you know the value of tools that help you stay in touch. With the iPhone by your side, you don't need to haul a laptop everywhere you go.

In this collection of apps, you'll find tools for getting work done on the road, keeping in touch with coworkers, and getting quick information. Best of all, every app in this list is free.

That means you can try them out at no risk: keep the ones that help your business and delete the others. Your work is crucial, and a free iPhone app is a top-notch assistant.

free iphone apps for travelers

1) Documents Free: A lightweight office suite with a spreadsheet, text editor, file browser, and Google Sync.

2) DocWrite: Dictate into this app and it will transcribe your notes and store them for you.

3) iAnywhere Mobile Office: This app extends Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange to enterprise iPhone users.

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Pentax's waterproof Optio W80 reviewed: tough as nails, 'so-so' image quality

Pentax's waterproof Optio W80 reviewed: tough as nails, 'so-so' image quality



We've always heard that life was full of compromises, and evidently Pentax made a few when it decided to build its toughest, most rugged point-and-shoot camera of all time. On paper, the Optio W80 looked mighty promising, but in practice, the all-important image quality was found to fall short. Over at PhotographyBLOG, critics found that the camera could withstand 'virtually anything' within reason, and while the 5x optical zoom and HD movie mode were both appreciated, most everything else was at least somewhat disappointing. The anti-shake system was found to simply slow the camera down, and the image quality was hamstrung by excessive noise at all ISO levels -- even 100. Feel free to peek the full review down in the read link, but make sure to keep your expectations in check.

(Via Engadget Digital Cameras.)

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DXG-125VR HD All-Weather Camcorder

DXG-125VR HD All-Weather Camcorder

DXG-125VR HD All-Weather Camcorder


DXG Technology comes back with its new high definition all-weather camcorder in the form of the DXG-125VR. Made of a sturdy rubber case, this rugged camcorder can withstand bumps and drops, and has the capability to capture both full 1280 x 720 resolution HD video at 30fps as well as 3-megapixel digital still images (interpolated mode). It also sports a 2-inch TFT screen with 480 x 240 resolution, a 128MB of internal memory, a microSDHC card slot, a USB 2.0 interface, an AV jack, an HDMI output and a rechargeable Li-ion battery. The DXG-125VR is now available for purchase for $139.99.


DXG-125VR HD All-Weather Camcorder




(Via The Digital Camera Blog.)

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Pentax debuts 12 megapixel duo: Optio M85 and E85 point-and-shoots

Pentax debuts 12 megapixel duo: Optio M85 and E85 point-and-shoots



We'll admit -- compared to the ketchup-colored K-x, these two just seem lackluster. And, perhaps they are. But there's still some merit to Pentax introducing a new pair of point-and-shoots, with both the M85 and E85 sporting 12 megapixel CCD sensors and relatively slim bodies. The former can also shoot 720p video and features a 3-inch touchscreen, shake reduction and face detection, while the lower end E85 gets saddled with a 2.7-inch LCD, a VGA movie mode and an awkward feeling of incompetence. Both should be available in Euroland next month for €179 ($263) and €129 ($186), respectively.


[Via Engadget German]

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Toshiba Camelia S10 Ducati Edition Camcorder

Toshiba Camelia S10 Ducati Edition Camcorder

Toshiba Camelia S10 Ducati Edition Camcorder


Toshiba has collaborated with Ducati to release the Camelia S10 Ducati Edition camcorder. The video recorder comes jam packed with a 5-megapixel sensor and can record video at 1080p. The Toshiba Camelia S10 Ducati Edition also supports a 4GB card which can hold up to 60-minutes of video. You can also upload your recorded videos directly to Youtube. The Camelia S10 Ducati camcorder also has a 2.5-inch TFT screen, but sadly there is no HDMI port.

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Mint.com Releases Free iPhone App

Everyone is often told to spend wisely and avoid going over your budget. Many may have this in mind but normally, they still overspend anyway. One problem is budget tracking and fitting their needs according to their available cash flow. This time, with the Mint.com app, you can use your iPhone as a useful ally in making sure that your are really saving and not actually throwing your money away.

Mint.com releases a useful free app with new features. Among the features include a virtual accountant where you purchases are categorized and a “Push” alert to make sure that individual are aware of the transaction related to their account.

The Mint.com app is free for download and is now available at the iTunes store. This app is simply a must for people who tend to overspend or have issues with regards to the proper handling of money and embarking on shopping sprees.

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Free iPhone application can help track disease outbreaks

A new application for the iPhone may help veterinarians track the spread of infectious diseases like the H1N1 virus and West Nile virus.

Outbreaks Near Me was developed by John Brownstein, an assistant professor at Children’s Hospital in Boston and a faculty member at Harvard Medical School, and his colleagues. The application is based on a Web site called HealthMap, launched last summer, which scours the Internet for disease-outbreak information and compiles it on a customizable map.

The new application will collect reports from news media and the public about new outbreaks of infectious diseases, and users will be able to set alerts when new outbreaks are reported in their area.

Outbreaks Near Me can be downloaded for free on iTunes. Click here for more information.

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Free Nikki Sanderson iPhone Wallpaper


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Pentax Optio M85

Pentax Optio M85

Pentax Optio M85


Looking for a simple and stylish digital camera? Well, be sure to check out the recently announced Pentax Optio M85. Coming in a metal body, the camera offers a 12-megapixel CCD sensor, 32-96mm 3x optical zoom lens and a large 3.0-inch LCD display. It also sports several advanced features including ISO up to 3200, Face Recognition and the ability to record HD video in 1280 x 720 resolution at 15fps. The Pentax Optio M85 will go on sale in October for unannounced price yet.


Pentax Optio M85


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Pentax K-x DSLR now official: 12.4MP, 720p video, coming October for $650

Pentax K-x DSLR now official: 12.4MP, 720p video, coming October for $650


Looks like we didn't have to wait long after today's leak. Pentax has made its not quite entry-level DSLR, the K-x. All the earlier specs have panned out, so we're looking at a 12.4 megapixel CMOS censor, a 200 to 6400 ISO sensitivity expandable to 100 to 12,800, 4.7 frames per second continuous shooting, and 720p HD video at 24 frames per second. Sized up to the K-7, its wider ISO range is the only improvement, otherwise on par in features or lacking, as is in the case of AF / AE, video, and continuous shooting speed. It's due out in October available in black, white, red, or navy blue, with an attractive base price of $650 that nets you a 18-55mm lens.





(Via Engadget Digital Cameras.)

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iPhone App Turns your iPhone into a Joystick

iMo's iPhone App Turns your iPhone into a Joystick for PC Video Games

A new startup, iMo has just demoed a cool iPhone application at TechCrunch50. iMo’s iPhone app turns an iPhone or an iPod Touch into a joystick that works with existing PC video games, giving it Wii like capabilities. iMo is a small new startup based out of India. iMo takes...

Tip: How to Get Safari's Anti-Phishing Feature to Work Properly in iPhone OS 3.1

iPhone users have been complaining that the new anti-phishing feature introduced in iPhone OS 3.1 released last week isn’t working properly. Jim Dalrymple over at The Loop reports that Apple has given them the reason for the issue observed by some users with the anti-phishing feature. Safari's anti-phishing feature is...

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JVC brings $1,000 HD Everio GZ-HM400 camcorder to America

JVC brings $1,000 HD Everio GZ-HM400 camcorder to America



JVC introduced its HD Everio GZ-HM400 in Japan way back in late July, but at long last, the time has come for the Yanks in attendance to grab one as their own. Shipping now (as in, right now) here on US soil, the Full HD camcorder packs a 10.3 megapixel sensor, 32GB of internal storage, an SD / SDHC expansion slot and the ability to capture stills at 9 megapixels. Over on the video side, users will have access to a trio of slow-motion recording modes (600fps, 300fps and 120fps), though we can't express in mere words how disheartened we are to hear that this thing utilizes the thoroughly worthless AVCHD format. If you aren't bothered in the least by that, you can pick yours up now for a nickle shy of a grand.


(Via Engadget Digital Cameras.)

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Blue Fujifilm J30 Exclusive To Jessops In UK

Blue Fujifilm J30 Exclusive To Jessops In UK

Blue Fujifilm J30 Exclusive To Jessops In UK


Fujifilm has added a new color option ‘Blue’ to its recently released Finepix J30 series. This blue version of compact camera is now available exclusively via UK’s leading photographic retailer Jessops for £129 (about $216). As a brief reminder, the J30 sports a 12MP CCD sensor, 3x optical zoom, a 2.7-inch LCD screen, a new Panoramic shooting mode, Auto Scene Recognition and Face Detection with auto red-eye removal.

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Canon's PowerShot SX20 IS superzoom gets superreviewed

Canon's PowerShot SX20 IS superzoom gets superreviewed


You might be forgiven for not spotting the SX20 IS in the maelstrom of announcements Canon hit us with last month, so here's a thorough breakdown of the cam for your delectation. Replacing the year-old SX10, the SX20 IS adds 720p video recording at 30 fps and takes the pixel count up to 12 million. Strangely, it was features from the older model that earned praise, with the reviewers liking the 2.5-inch vari-angle display and UltraSonic Motor, which provided a smooth and silent zooming action. Their major gripe was image noise at ISO 400 and above, though picture quality was considered above average and macro performance was singled out for commendation. Hit the read link for sample snaps and footage plus the enlightening conclusion.

(Via Engadget Digital Cameras.)

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Leica gets official with M9 and X1 cameras, hands-on ensue

Leica gets official with M9 and X1 cameras, hands-on ensue



No surprises here (at all), but Leica's 09/09/09 event has just led to the formal unveiling of the full-frame, 18 megapixel M9 rangefinder and the compact X1. The former (which is shipping now) supports all Leica M lenses and ships with a 'newly developed glass sensor cover designed to guarantee the suppression of the infrared portion of the light spectrum.' There's also a quick-access ISO adjustment button alongside a few other hotkeys, a full metal housing, Kodak-sourced CCD, a fresh microprocessor-controlled shutter (which is supposedly 'near silent') and a staggering £4,850 ($8,004) price tag. As for the X1, you'll find a 12.1 megapixel CMOS sensor (APS-C), a fixed-mount Leica Elmarit 1:2.8/24mm lens, numerous 'auto' modes for the newbies in attendance, a maximum ISO of 3200, 2.7-inch rear LCD and a Live View function that replaces the optical viewfinder. Expect to hear more regarding price when the January 2010 ship date nears, but for now, feel free to peruse the hands-on galleries linked below.

(Via Engadget Digital Cameras.)

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Leica M9 Photos and Full Specifications Leaked

Leica M9 Photos and Full Specifications Leaked



Last week we showed you some leaked photos of two new cameras from Leica, the Leica M9 and X1, which are due to be unveiled on Wednesday, well it looks like more photos have been leaked of the Leica M9 along with some specifications.


More Leica M9 Photos and Full Specifications Leaked



More Leica M9 Photos and Full Specifications Leaked



More Leica M9 Photos and Full Specifications Leaked



More Leica M9 Photos and Full Specifications Leaked


Here are the full specifications


Camera type


Compact digital view and rangefinder system camera.


Lens attachment


Leica M bayonet with additional sensor for 6-bit coding.



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(Via Geeky-Gadgets.)

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Free Marisa Jara iPhone Wallpaper


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Spotify iPhone App - learn to music on your iPhone

Spotify (Free with premium subscription) is now available for iPhone (and iPod touch) is now available — if you live in the UK, Sweden, Spain, France, Norway or Finland.



According to Spotify, if you live in those countries and have a premium subscription, you can enjoy:
  • Access to millions of tracks with Spotify’s constantly updated catalogue
  • Search and stream music instantly. Browse by artist, title, album, genre, label or year
  • Create and synchronise playlists. Updates from the desktop application will be synced instantly and vice versa
  • Playlists can be downloaded and played in offline mode when you have no connection, are on a plane or subway, or abroad and subject to roaming data fees
  • Listen to tracks and albums in their entirety. Rewind, fast-forward, pause, skip and shuffle
  • View cover art for all tracks and albums
So, if you live in one of those countries, and have a premium account, and an iPhone or iPod touch (list long enough yet?) and you try out the Spotify App, let us know how it works for you!

[via The iPhone Blog]

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