Jessie’s Girl, Social Media, and Screwdrivers + MORE iPhone News 09/08/2012

Got some developments regarding the Apple iPhone for you. Here’s the latest news.
Jessie’s Girl, Social Media, and ScrewdriversTwitter is a wonderful place for one-liners. To be funny on the site, you’ve got to be sharp and practice economy of language. You’ve only got 140 characters to make an impression.
And what better way to wind-down the work day than with a selection of some of the day’s most entertaining tweets.

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Ted. @HiIariousTed

There’s a special place in Hell reserved for people who use hashtags on their Facebook statuses.
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Breaking: Jessie’s girl turns out to be a real asshole…

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: September 7, 2012Friday is here once again, marking the beginning of the weekend. We need it too – we were traveling all around the country from press event to press event this week. Today, no such event took place, but that doesn’t mean there was a lack of noteworthy news. There were tons of iPhone 5 rumors and news today, starting with the rumor that we might see one or two iPod lines get updated at Apple’s upcoming press event. Speaking of that press event, Apple has started to prepare the Yerba Buena Center for its September 12 conference, and today we were told that the pricing structure of one of the iPhone 5′s models might be similar to that of the iPhone 4S…

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Apple prepping Yerba Buena Center for iPhone 5 revealThe fact that Apple is holding a media event on September 12 has been all over the place lately, and as we close in on the date, anticipation is beginning to build. Here’s something that won’t help at all with that anticipation: Apple has started prepping the Yerba Buena Center ahead of the event, with 9to5Mac and Macstories both posting pictures of the exterior and interior of the building. Apple clearly wants to make its presence known on September 12, but given the Apple events of years past, we really wouldn’t expect any less…

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iPhone 5 to reportedly support multiple LTE networks around the worldIt’s widely expected that the iPhone 5 will come with LTE functionality, but a new report from the Wall Street Journal pegs the device with support for multiple LTE networks around the world. Precisely which LTE networks the iPhone 5 will support is currently up in the air, but WSJ says that they include markets in Europe, Asia, and the United States. That could be a big win for iPhone 5 owners, as it means they could take advantage of the LTE roaming in many places around the world.

It could also be a big win for those who were left feeling perturbed by the 4G LTE implementation in the newest iPad, which didn’t allow users to use 4G LTE in regions outside the US…

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Five iOS apps to help you say goodbye to summer, hello to fall

For many people here in the US, summer is quickly coming to a close. School is back in session, summer vacations are done and the temperatures are getting a bit cooler. It can be hard to leave behind the fun of summer, so we’ve put together a list that’ll help you say goodbye to the warm, sunny weather and hello to fall.

Foliage Leaf Peepr (Free)

Fall means foliage and Yankee Magazine’s Leaf Peepr is one of the best iPhone apps for tracking foliage changes, especially in the Northeast. Yankee Magazine’s Leaf Peepr app helps fall foliage fans find and report on the best and brightest colors in the United States…

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Decoding Apple’s naming rules
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Decoding Apple's naming rules

Apple’s naming style for its products may seem silly at times — the iPhone 5, for example, if it is even called that, will actually only be the second iPhone granted a numerical moniker, after the iPhone 4. Now there’s actually a way to put a real, concrete formula on Apple’s naming schemes, and blogger Marko Savic has figured it out. Essentially, Apple names its products around three different ideas: Premium vs Regular differentiation, Form Factor naming, and Generational naming.

Premium vs Regular differentiation is probably best seen in the MacBook/MacBook Pro names — Apple’s got two similar products for different audiences, and it uses those names to show consumers which one is which…

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Physical Photo Albums From Your iPhoneTech insiders call the successful acquisition of a start-up an “exit.” The implication is that the people who founded the start-up have accomplished their mission, and now they’re out. That hasn’t been the case for the team formerly known as Yobongo. They’re about to release something unique and wonderful for shutterbugs.
Six months to the day after Mixbook acquired Yobongo, the former Yobongans are lifting the curtain on Mosaic. It’s an iPhone app for printing physical photo books, turning pixels into atoms…

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App-based 3D-printing services are being used to streamline the design process so anyone can transform ideas into real-world designs. A prime example: The all-new 3DPCase, an app from French 3D-printing company Sculpteo that lets users design their own iPhone cases.

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