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Top AppAdvice News And Apps Of The Past Week

This week, we saw Apple release a minor software update, BBC iPlayer launched in a series of European countries and we heard that Justin Bieber uses a jailbroken iPhone. Read on, and take a look at this week's top industry, iPhone and iPad news.

Joe White

With now just a bit more than a week to go before this year’s WWDC, rumors continued to spin about iOS 5, iCloud, and the possibility of a new iPhone this week. Meanwhile, Google made some interesting moves. These and other stories made news in the week that was:

As we spent much of the week wondering what Apple had in store for the 10th anniversary of its Retail Store concept, we got some disturbing news from AT&T. Meanwhile, while we waited for Aperture to come to the iPad, Playboy did just that. However, to get the venerable publication in iPad form, we needed to use a web app.

The white iPhone debuted and quickly began selling out, while investors became concerned about future iPad 2 sales. But, don’t tell that to those in Japan, who loved the second-generation iDevice. Meanwhile, Apple provided its mea culpa on the “locationgate” issue, but will that be enough for the whole affair to die? Not if Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn) has anything to say about it. These stories and more made news during the last week.

Top AppAdvice News & Apps Of The Past Week

Continued iPhone 5 rumors gained traction, while one iPad 3 rumor was debunked. The white iPhone 4 returned from the dead, but unfortunately, the Flip Video died a painful death. Adobe played nice with Apple, but Viacom went after Cablevision. Finally, one app went to Hollywood, while another looked a lot like an app already in the App Store. These stories and more made news during the last week.

Bryan M. Wolfe

Top AppAdvice News & Apps Of The Past Week

Some giants in media began their fights, as Amazon revealed its cloud. Meanwhile, Angry Birds Rio sold ten million copies in just ten days, while the $41 million Color app joined the App Store and fell flat. Finally, AppAdvice introduced the world to the iPad 2i, but it was all just a joke. These stories and more made news during the last week.

Bryan M. Wolfe