Though we finally got to see the iPhone 5C and 5S this week, they weren’t the biggest story. If you’re looking for a good tear down of both phones, check out this video. The biggest story was the release of iOS 7, we got an early warning from Apple as they updated their apps ahead of the actual launch. If you’re one of the people completely confused about Apple’s changes, we can help you out with a tutorial. Even the Apple TV got a little update love, with its firmware updated to version 6.0. In a surprising policy shift, Apple is helping people on old iOS devices get a copy of an app still compatible with their device, by allowing them to download the “last compatible version” from the App Store. With all these release Apple PR was in full force as the Apple executive trio, which sounds like a 60’s jazz trio, gave an exclusive interview to Bussiness Week.
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