For better or worse (depending on your point of view), Apple is very much the manufacturer of the moment. We're still debating the lack of a truly "budget" iPhone (Apple says it's "not in the junk business"), while iOS 7 proved surprisingly impressive (even Jan kinda likes it). Finally, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C touched down yesterday. Phew.
And there's more bad news if you don't much like the Californians, as we're set to do it all over again next month with the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2, and not forgetting the imminent iWatch.
This week, Mostest Mobo-comments goes to iOS 7: what's new? while I blasted through Monster Match (match three meets Pokémon), Everlove (it's not just for girls) and Angry Birds Star Wars 2 (Angry Birds? Good. Star Wars? Good).
Deal of the Week goes to, uhm, this 2,600mAh portable power bank.
Happy weekending, tout le monde!
- HTC One gold on the cards?
- Three 4G to hit 50 UK towns and cities by end of 2014 (4)
- Trade in your iPad against a Microsoft Surface; HTC guarantees* '$150 or more' for your iPhone (9)
- iPhone 5S production yields ‘terrible’, blame the fingerprint scanner (3)
- Google Nexus 5 launch date: October 14? (1)
- Nokia's Android Lumias likely little more than a token gesture (5)
- More HTC One Max pics, defo seems to have a fingerprint scanner (4)
- Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet launch pushed back to next month
- iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 release dates: October 25? (1)
- Oops! Google Nexus 5 conveniently leaked in pics and video (1)
- New Asus PadFone Infinity is slightly better than the old one (1)
- Is BlackBerry announcing the Z30 Aristo tomorrow? (9)
- Hudl up, the Tesco tablet is incoming (5)
- Nokia teases October 22 launch event; surely the Lumia 1520? (4)
- Google Nexus 4 stock running low, with no more coming
- YouTube to welcome temporary offline viewing for smartphones and tablets (6)
- Asus confirms MeMO Fone HD 5 and PadFone mini plans (3)
- BlackBerry Z30 announced, will be available next week (2)
- Android 64-bit support coming soon?
- Google Nexus 7 LTE now available for 4G tablet lovers in the UK
- Nvidia targets budget gamers with £180 Tegra Note tablet (6)
- More HTC One Max leaks confirm 5.9in screen size, Snapdragon 600 CPU (1)
- iOS 7 arrives on cue, people moan because it takes ages to download (2)
- BlackBerry to cut its workforce by 40% by year end (3)
- New Google Nexus 10: £349.99 and made by Asus?
- Infinity Blade III touches down, fully optimised for your 64-bit A7 processor (5)
- New quad-core Kogan Agora offers 5in display, Android 4.2.2 for £149 (2)
- Elop to get €18.8m payout once Nokia-Microsoft deal goes through (4)