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Monday, August 5, 2013

A cheaper iPhone is coming this fall and it seems like it’ll be called the iPhone 5C.
Multiple reports in the past week point to the rumored name and what consumers can expect. The iPhone 5C will feature a plastic body, come in various colors and will more than likely include the same components as the current iPhone 5.
Apple is also rumored to be releasing the iPhone 5S — a speedier version of the current iPhone — which will come alongside the iPhone 5C and iOS 7, the company’s next-generation mobile operating system.
The Chinese site WeiPhone leaked a purported photo of what the case that will hold the iPhone 5C will look like. In fact, that’s the name that Apple fans will see on the box.
And then today, the rumors continued when a case manufacturer released what it’s calling the iPhone 5C case on Amazon. The French site, broke that news.
Of course, what will set the iPhone 5C apart from the current iPhone is its bright colors. China Labor Watch issued a report, according to the Wall Street Journal, about poor working conditions that included information about the production of the new plastic iPhone.
MacRumors gives us an idea on what colors we can expect: A reddish/orange, light yellow, white, blue and green. Of course, those colors won’t be seen if the user covers it up with a case.
The iPhone 5C is expected to cost less than $200 — most likely $100 — only if the iPhone 5S remains at its $200 price with a two year contract from a cellular carrier. But let’s say the iPhone 5S starts at a higher storage amount and includes a handful of exclusive features; I wouldn’t put it past Apple to start the iPhone 5C at $200 and start the iPhone 5S at $300 or $350.
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Google’s Motorola will unveil their new Moto X smartphone at a press event in New York, the 1st of August.
Today we saw what were reported to be the final press shots of the Motorola Moto X, before the handsets official unveiling later this week.
The Moto X is rumored to come in a wide range of colors, and the handset will apparently be highly customizable, although as yet we do not know exactly what sort of custom options will be available on the device.
The Motorola Moto X is rumored to feature a 4.7-inch 720p display with on-screen navigation keys, 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 10.5-megapixel rear and 2.1-megapixel front cameras, 2GB RAM and a 2,200mAh battery.

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Microsoft has announced its earnings for Q2 2013, and the results are a mixed bag. One obvious negative, however, is the $900 million writedown officially blamed on “inventory adjustments” related to the Surface RT tablet line.
The $900 million figure comes as a result of unsold Surface RT tablets, with Microsoft rumored to have built between 3 million and 5 million units, and consequently rumored to have sold only around 1 million units. It was only last weekend that Microsoft announced a series of price cuts which saw the 32GB Surface RT tablet drop from $499 to $349 and the 64GB Surface RT drop from $599 to $499.
In real terms this hit caused the company’s earnings for the quarter to drop from 66 cents per share to 59 cents per share. Both figures were lower than the 75 cents per share Wall Street analysts were predicting.
Microsoft Surface with RT, to give it its official billing, was meant to offer an affordable alternative for those who wanted Windows on a tablet but didn’t need the full capabilities Windows 8 has to offer. Unfortunately Windows RT isn’t great, and the Surface RT tablets don’t (or at least didn’t before the recent price cuts) represent good value for money.
Have you purchased a Surface RT tablet yet? I suspect not, as very few people have done. I’m not even sure mainstream consumers know what a Surface RT tablet is, quite frankly. Many may not even be aware you can get Windows 8 in any form on a tablet, as their knowledge of the market begins and ends with the Apple iPad.
This is a huge problem that Microsoft needs to remedy if it hopes to keep the Surface brand going. Which looks likely given the strong rumors that a new line of Surface tablets are to be launched in the very near future. If Microsoft doesn’t breathe life into the Surface brand then they could have another Zune on their hands.
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