iPhone 5 To Launch In India On October 26 [Rumor]

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Apple is expected to sell the iPhone 5 directly in India this time around.

The iPhone 5 is expected to launch in India on October 26, more than seven weeks after making its debut in the United States. The device is also expected to come with “wider availability” than previous models, which were hard to get hold of, and should come with a similar price to the iPhone 4S when that first launched in India.

Playing The Apple Store Lottery Is The Only Way To Bag The iPhone 5 In Hong Kong

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Customers queue for the iPhone 5 at IFC Mall in Hong Kong.
Customers queue for the iPhone 5 at IFC Mall in Hong Kong.

If you think the iPhone 5 is hard to get hold of where you live, spare a thought for those in Hong Kong, where the device is in such short supply, users must play the “Apple Store lottery” to be in with any chance of getting their hands on one. According to one analyst, locals have more chance of winning the real lottery than picking up the Cupertino company’s latest smartphone the day after they order.

New York Hong Kong iPad Cases: Forget The Posing — These Are Some Seriously Slim Cases

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The Folio Shell may be my next iPad case

 

The search for the perfect iPad case is never ending, but that won’t stop me trying. And as you get further along in your quest, the differences between cases becomes smaller and smaller. At first glance, these two slimline cases from Lioncase look like any other slimline folios and Smart Covers, but close up they look much more compelling.

Apple’s iTunes Store Is Lost In Translation After Landing In Hong Kong

Apple's iTunes Store is lost in translation in Hong Kong.
Apple's system is converting song titles to Mandarin pinyin as opposed to Cantonese.

After finally bringing the iTunes Store to Hong Kong back in June, it seems Apple is having trouble translating its content into Cantonese. Customers are reportedly irritated that song titles by the city’s pop stars are being translated in Mandarin pinyin, rather than Cantonese.