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Apple rumors for Dec. 26

Here are the latest Apple-related rumors from the blog-o-sphere:

“A high-profile iOS charging accessory Kickstarter project has been cancelled by its inventor, even after raising well more than twice the requested funding. The POP Charger, designed by Edison Junior representative Jamie Siminoff, saw an update to the funding page for the first time in over a month. The update stated that the company would not be able to build and engineer the device, since Apple was not going to approve Lightning connectors in use in parallel with the now-outdated 30-pin connectors.” — “MacNN” (www.macnn.com)

“The Safari web browser could have been called iBrowse or Freedom.” — “Macworld UK” (www.macworld.co.uk)

“Google, via its newly acquired Motorola Mobility unit, is developing a “stand apart” phone to compete with the iPhone, reports the Wall Street Journal. The phone, which the company aims to release next year, is designed to compete more strongly with the iPhone, and Samsung’s Galaxy line, than Motorola’s current lineup. ” — “MacRumors” (www.macrumors.com)

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