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iPhone 4 in Guam on September 24

The latest country to announce the release of the iPhone 4 is the Island of Guam. The executive vice president of sales for “GTA” has announced that they will officially launch the iPhone 4 this Friday September 24. We are still waiting for the official announcement from Mobily (and STC) regarding the iPhone 4 in Saudi Arabia. Both are silent ...

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iPhone 4 in Tunisia today September 24

According to a post on Actualite Tunisie (French link) Orange Tunisie will release the iPhone 4 in Tunisia today September 24th. In fact, it appears that they have already started selling them starting from midnight. If it’s true that makes Tunisia the first country to get the iPhone 4 even though they were one of the latest to sign with ...

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iPhone first in J.D. Power’s survey for the fourth time

Apple did well for the fourth time with the smartphone customer satisfaction survey done by J.D Power. Rankings depended on performance in several key factors; for smartphones, those factors were—in order of importance—ease of operation, the operating system, physical design, features, and battery function. Apple scored 800 out of 1000 in the ranking. [Macworld] – iPhone tops J.D. Power survey ...

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Photos of the Mobily iPhone 4 shipment

The following 2 photos were most likely taken at a Mobily storage facility and then posted on an Arabic forum.

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2Do for iPad preview

Here’s a preview of the upcoming update for productivity app “2Do” for the iPad. It will be a universal app so it’s a free upgrade for current 2Do owners.

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iWork for iPad adds file transfer and office support

Apple has updated their iPad suite of iWork Apps, these include: Pages, Keynote and Numbers. Each one cost $9.99 on the App Store. The update’s main features include support for MobileMe iDisk or WebDAV file transfer and Microsoft Office file export (doc, ppt, xls). Continue reading to see what’s included in this update:

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Saudi Emergency Numbers Dialer App: Tawari

Tawari is a new iPhone app that’s a dialer for emergency services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Tawari app is very easy to use, just select the service you want to dial and the App will initial the call.

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FaceTime gone from Apple’s Middle East iPhone 4 pages

Apple did something weird to their iPhone 4 pages on Middle Eastern websites and removed any mention of the iPhone 4 FaceTime feature. Here is the Apple iPhone 4 Saudi Arabia page a few days ago: Here it is now: FaceTime feature and anything about were removed from the following countries’ pages: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Jordan and ...

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Security Update 2010-006 for Snow Leopard

Apple has released a security update for Macs running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. IT is a very small update under 1MB. The update addresses an important security issue with Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) and we highly recommend that you install it. For more information: About Security Update 2010-006. Download the update from: Security Update 2010-006 (Snow Leopard). Via: Apple ...

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Du Confirms that FaceTime is unavailable in UAE

As posted on the Arabic edition (thanks Mike) and TUAW posted it as well. It has been confirmed: FaceTime will not work in the UAE! Du has confirmed that in a twitter message: We have no confirmation if this was a decision by Apple, the carriers or the UAE TRA. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac Arabic Edition. Please ...

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