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Developers might have new complaints to face from people who refuse to upgrade.
Where phones go when you give them to resellers, and where parts come from now.
Ars readers talk about Apple's new iPhones this week.
Some are already offering discounts from Apple's $99-with-contract MSRP.
We test Apple's claims about the latest Mountain Lion update.
The iPhone 5C isn't the "cheap" model we thought it would be.
Security of new authenticator won't be clear until hackers play with it.
We get our mitts on the plastic iPhone 5C and the fingerprint-reading iPhone 5S.
M7 co-processor "continuously measures motion data" without waking up main chip.
"The first and only smartphone that can boast 64-bit."
Pages, Keynote, and Numbers now come with new iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches.
The new iPhone 5C packs a 4-inch Retina display.
The new software is finished and will arrive next week.
The feature could be used for more than just the lock screen.
File gave detailed account of users' whereabouts over extended periods of time.
Ars is on the scene with laptop and camera so you can follow along.
Microsoft's challenge to Spotify, Rdio, and Pandora takes major step forward.
New Mac Pro leaving you cold too? ÜberCreate OS 1.0 would be the OS to end them all.
iOS 7 and a new iPhone are both near-certainties, but what about everything else?
Company barred from fixing book prices, but it could have been worse.