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Apple rumors: FaceTime and iOS 6, iPhone 5, more


Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“One of the new features of iOS 6 is to make FaceTime call via 3G or 4G networks. So far this feature was not allowed by Apple, most likely because carriers were not really happy to have users draining such bandwidth resources from their unlimited data subscription. It seems that AT&T and other carrier have decided to have FaceTime subscription-based option.” — “HardMac” (

“There are several reports suggesting that Applehas begun final production of its next-generation iPhone already, but we have learned from a trusted source that this isn’t quite true. Apple goes through multiple stages before a product is manufactured, and two of these include the ‘engineering verification test’ stage and the ‘design verification test’ phase. Apple’s sixth-generation iPhone is currently in the EVT3 stage, the third revision of the engineering test stage, and has not yet entered the DVT stage.” — “BGR” (

“Third-party protective iPhone cases for a redesigned model with a taller 4-inch screen and a smaller dock connector have begun to appear online in anticipation of Apple’s next-generation handset.” — “AppleInsider” (

“Pictures of early design concepts for the iPad made between 2002 and 2004 have been revealed through an Apple court filing.” — “AppleInsider” (

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