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Lightning doesn't support ThunderboltFor years, I've wondered when iOS devices would sync via Apple's incredibly fast Thunderbolt port. A new, smaller connector seemed like the ideal opportunity. Then came the name: Lightning. Lightning and Thunderbolt. Yet, the packed-in Lightning cable works via USB. The door could still be open for Thunderbolt (or USB 3.0) in the future. Does faster syncing matter? To me, it does. Everything changed just a bitThere's no Big Thing on the iPhone 5, but, try to name a part of the phone that hasn't changed. Usually, iPhones keep at least one or two things intact from one year to the next. This year: design, screen, speakers, microphones, cameras, data connection, even connector port and earphones were toyed with. Instead of investing in one game-changer, the iPhone 5's a top-to-bottom tune-up that makes me wonder, just a little bit, what Apple could do to top it next year.

For more, read my review of the iPhone 5, Of all the new parts of the iPhone 5, what still feels the most shocking? Here are my krusell sunne 2 card iphone x leather case - vintage black Top 5, After a week of using the iPhone 5, I've posted my review of Apple's new phone on CNET, Which brings me to wondering: how much can a familiar-looking device that we've seemingly known about for months be capable of surprising anyone, much less a tech editor?, For me, the iPhone 5 surprised in the following ways, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

It's a tad early to attach a final name to this device; it has gone by the codename London for a long time now. Some are referring to this as being part of the L-Series, and we've heard from RIM already that it intends to launch a QWERTY device alongside this all-touch handset. Also interesting, BlackBerry has apparently been buying up dozens of domain names ahead of the BB10 launch. Italian blog BlackBerry Italia spotted the names, which include tasty morsels like, bbmvideo.com, bbmvoice.net and blackberrynewsstand.net.

Most exciting is the suggestion that RIM could officially unveil both phones this month, As part of its BlackBerry World Tour, RIM krusell sunne 2 card iphone x leather case - vintage black is holding a developer conference in San Jose, California from 25 September, and many are hoping that this is the forum for the big announcement, While the tech-loving world weighs up Apple's latest iPhone, today we have a glimpse of a phone we're not expecting until next year — BlackBerry's new touchscreen super-phone, While the tech-loving world weighs up Apple's latest iPhone, today we have a glimpse of a phone we're not expecting until next year — BlackBerry's new touchscreen super-phone..

There isn't any official information about this phone yet, but it certainly looks like the touchscreen phone we've been expecting after seeing the BlackBerry OS 10 Dev Alpha device earlier this year at the annual BlackBerry World conference. It has been reported that the phone will have an HD 1280x720 resolution screen, and given that the Dev Alpha has a 4.3-inch display, we are guessing that London will have the same, or larger. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.