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Resale value of Apple's iPhone 4 increased 10% since April, Galaxy S III dropped 27%

The resale value of iPhone 4 in the U.S. has actually grown by more than 10 percent since April, a new survey has found, while Samsung's smartphone lineup can't command the same used prices as Apple.

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Purported 'iPhone 5S' camera module has separate LED flash component

In an alleged internal design change, the camera for Apple's next-generation iPhone may have its LED flash component completely independent from the lens.

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Apple relying more heavily on Samsung for iPad displays, report says

While Apple is making moves to distance itself from rival Samsung, one report says the Korean company is actually gaining ground on iPad LCD supplier LG Display, a trend that may continue with the expected next-generation iPad mini.

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Apple, Inc. gets its fingerprints on advanced touch sensor, appears difficult for Android to copy

In a market saturated with smartphones that all increasingly look the same, Apple wants its next iPhone to stand out and be difficult for cloners to duplicate.

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Apple still leads worldwide PC market with combined iPad shipments, but Lenovo gaining ground

With its iPad, Apple continued to enjoy a commanding lead over the worldwide PC market in units shipped during the second quarter of 2013, but second place Lenovo gained some ground on strong tablet shipment growth.

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New 'Jobs' trailer reveals a few new scenes from upcoming biopic

A new trailer for the Steve Jobs biopic "Jobs" was released on Tuesday, showing a bit more of the movie slated to hit theaters on Aug. 29.

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Mobile iTunes Store video service edges out Netflix, Amazon in US customer satisfaction

The results of a consumer survey released on Tuesday show that iTunes' video store is at the top of a 22-company list that includes U.S. content delivery heavyweights like HBO, Netflix and Amazon.

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