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Published on Sep 19, 2012
A certain phone was announced by a certain company last week. It's basically an iteration on last years design, but there are some notable improvements.
In other news, a certain mobile show was also updated this week. That's right: The Verge Mobile Show episode 17 is now officially available. Similar to last weeks version, but with key updates to reflect the changing needs of the consumer. Order your episode today!
For an audio only version, comments and links to subscriptions visit the show post on The Verge: http://vrge.co/OFivY5
00:03:00 - The new iPhone 5: everything you need to know 00:08:45 - Apple announces 4-inch iPhone 5 with LTE, Lightning connector, September 21st release date 00:22:50 - Apple's new Lightning connector sends shockwaves through the accessory market 00:34:40 - Will LTE buckle under the iPhone 5's weight? 00:39:35 - iOS 6 update due on September 19th 00:39:55 - For app developers, iPhone 5's bigger screen is a mixed blessing 00:43:20 - The iPhone 5 forecast: a predictable 73 degrees and sunny 00:54:55 - iPhone 4S drops to $99, iPhone 4 now free; Apple discontinues the 3GS 00:56:55 - HTC holding event on September 19th, new Windows Phone 8 devices likely 01:02:30 - Acer cancels phone launch with Alibaba, allegedly in response to threats from Google 01:06:00 - Google's Andy Rubin fires back at Aliyun OS, says there's 'no disputing' it's built on Android More from The Verge: