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Alleyside Daily #5: Flaming iPhones, Samsung Sang, Holiday Game Sales, NYE App, Less Cake

iPhone Alley introduces a brand new way to stay up-to-date on all things happening in the world of iOS. Alleyside Daily is a roundup of news headlines, applications, and products delivered in a unique IM-style, opinionated format.

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An Infrared System for Future iOS Cameras?

According to the patent website that files Apple’s newest applications, Patently Apple, Apple is working on a highly sophisticated infrared system for, possibly, newer generations of iOS devices. The new addition not only shows promise, but could also get Apple on the good side of, including but not limited to,

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Apple Experimenting With an E-Ink/LCD Hybrid Display?

It seems like it may be “Apple patents exposed” week. Another recent Apple patent has been discovered that would be an additional step towards improving the iPhone’s design with unique, evolutionary features in time for the next iteration. The patent outlines a concept for the ability to switch between e-Paper

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Potential for Mind-Blowing New Controls on iPhone 5, First Pictures Hiding In Plain Sight

Do you ever get the feeling that the black bezel surrounding the impressive display of your iPhone is just useless space that may be better left off of the device? Well either way, Apple is looking into changing the bezel in a big way. Not by removing it, but by

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Apple Experimenting With Batteries Capable of Only Needing a Monthly Charge?

Recent patents reveal how Apple may have made increasing a device’s total battery life one of its top priorities. Any improvement would be a good thing, but there is a chance that we may see an iPhone sometime in the next few years or possibly even months with a battery

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Mail Prompt Hints At Notes Syncing

It appears that Apple may finally be getting ready to add the ability to sync notes with your computer. A user recently found a new dialog box in the Mac app Mail that mentions the ability to change a note to or from Rich Text format. More importantly, the note warns that Rich Text format is not editable on the iPhone.

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