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iPhone 5: Pros and cons in the enterprise

If the iPhone 5 sells as well as expected, it could create challenges for IT shops wrestling with bring-your-own-device policies.

Why maps matter to Apple, Google and others

Although Apple's iPhone 5 has been well-received by critics, its iOS 6 software has drawn complaints for the new Maps app, which drops Google's database and uses a patchwork of mapping sources instead. So why did Apple drop Google maps? Lots of reasons.

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AT&T and Verizon are out of iPhone 5s now, too

AT&T and Verizon today emptied their iPhone 5 pre-order inventories, and now show delivery dates as far out as three weeks.

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Seven benefits of the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 for business

Apple revealed a variety of new features and capabilities for the iPhone 5 and iOS 6, but these are the ones businesses and business users should focus on when considering the new Apple smartphone.

Apple reveals 'iPhone 5' as name for new smartphone

Apple will apparently call its new smartphone the "iPhone 5," validating pundits' expectations, according to the company's website.

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The only thing the iPhone 5 really needs

There's plenty of hype and speculation about what Apple will change in the new iPhone, but all that really matters is that it finally gets 4G.

Sharp Says iPhone 5 Screens Headed to Apple, Report

President of Sharp said publicly his firm was shipping iPhone screens to Apple later this month setting off a fresh round of iPhone speculation.

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It's a Huge Mistake to Remove Password Prompt for Free Apps in iOS 6

Apple is reportedly trying to make it easier to install free apps, or update existing apps by removing the requirement for an Apple ID password in iOS 6.

Why You Shouldn't Get a Smartphone Right Now

There are many great smartphones to choose from, but if you get one before fall you may quickly regret that you didn't wait a few months.

Larger iPhone Rumors Resurface, But an August Launch is Unlikely

Some iPhone rumors should be taken with a grain of salt.