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hi i think your graphic is correct. type C (your graphic) is used in Brazil. as i mentioned, the apple insider info needs to be corrected. it is wrong.  apple does not say they are selling a type N. the graphics on the apple box does not indicate type N. 
hi no. the connector in the upper center is either the EU one, or, the Korean one. the EU and the Korean one are very very similar and can't be told apart from just looking at the photo.  a "Brazil" type or, "Type N" connector has 3 round pins (2 pins in a row, and a 3rd round pin slightly above, used as a ground) there is NO Type N connector associated with that graphic.   i think that apple insider info is wrong: there is no type n connector to be sold. brazil uses...
photo on box does not show any Type N connector. something is wrong with either your info or something else.
by ludicrous we assume you have probably meant "ridiculously". ludicrous does have an associated meaning of ridiculous. but only when the implication is that the condition is somehow not believable or feigned. 
when he says:  "They are going to get people using it (the Passbook application) and then all of a sudden they will allow credit cards to be used in there, on the next iPhone, which will include NFC," Peters said." does he mean he thinks NFC will not be included in the model coming out this autumn?   If it doesnt include NFC of some kind other than what they have announced/hinted Passbook would be, it will be an unbelievable product development mistake and market...
Cook is too smart to let these kinds of lawsuits go any further than they have. Cook will choose to litigate those that are meaningful. Posner's reference to apple's total size etcetera is the new basis by which in fact claims need to be decided by apple if they are worth it to litigate: apple will need to show a great amount of actual damage before it will win many more lawsuits like this. Being  # 1, being the biggest, does matter. Go after google in a...
Current iPhones do not support TD-SCDMA.   Only China developed its own standard TD-SCDMA, presumably to avert patent royalty payments to Qualcomm and others.   However, it is is moot. Since the evolution of TD-SCDMA is actually TD-LTE, which this chip also supports.  Currently China Mobile has trials well along in 7 cities for TD-LTE, and has announced plans for coastal city rollout of TD-LTE in 2013. This chip gives China Mobile the ability in this year...
TD-SCDMA means China Mobile (finally) gets to market the iPhone directly and in a significant way.
your story is inaccurate. the 900 RMB you claim that workers were receving "just 3 years ago" was the minimum monthly wage in Shenzhen at that time. Workers were NOT receiving just 900 RMB 3 years ago in terms of actual take home pay. They were receiving over/around double that amount on average. If you investigate you will learn that any increase in salary that Foxxconn is newly claiming it will pay, is ofcourse figured on what an average worker would be taking...
can not be totally fabricated. police have confirmed that they escorted apple security personnel to the house and the occupant of the house said he was in fact at that bar. apple suspects that man (occupant of the house). but they have no proof. maybe even no actual internet trace of the phone to that address, maybe instead an eyewitness claiming it was that occupant who had it in his possession.
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