Tech Today: Apple confirms White iPhone 4, outs iOS 4.3.2

Plus: PlayBook reviews, more success for Android

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The infamous White iPhone 4 has finally been officially confirmed by Apple for a release this spring according to the Wall Street Journal. The White iPhone 4 has been delayed for ten months due to manufacturing issues, but reports this week have claimed that its arrival is imminent. Now the WSJ says Apple has confirmed the release, but didn't commit beyond the "spring" launch. Well it's mid-April now, it must be soon right? RIGHT?
Link: Wall Street Journal

Apple's latest software update for its iOS devices has arrived promising fixes for a few minor ailments. Apple iOS 4.3.2 promises a fix for the FaceTime freezing issue and to take care of the connectivity issues for iPad 2 3G owners who've struggled to connect to local networks.
Link: CNET

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Google's latest earnings call has raised a few eyebrows Stateside after failing to meet Wall Street expectations for the first time in a while. Revenue was up to $6.6bn for the quarter, rising from $5bn over the same period last year, but high costs saw earnings per share come in at $8.08, which missed the forecast profits of $8.10. We're not sure they'll be pressing the panic button just yet.
Link: LA Times

Android continues to power-on for Google however, with news that 3 billion Android apps have now been installed on the Android devices. Downloads are up 50 per cent from Q4 last year. 350,000 Android devices are now being activated every day. Apple remains way in front at about 10 billion downloads, but Google is hot on its tail and catching-up.
Link: TechCrunch

BlackBerry Playbook reviews are starting to come in and its a mixed bag for RIM. Engadget's review says that the PlayBook will appeal to BlackBerry fans, but might struggle to win over those who have a preference for iOS and Android operating systems. RIM's answer to the iPad still has somewhat of an unfinished flavour to the review, but we'll be reserving judgement until PlayBook review samples arrive in Blighty.
Link: Engadget

News@8: Thursday was another action packed day in the world of tech, but it's not all good news. Spotify dropped a bombshell by announcing that it would be cutting its Free service to just 10 hours a month, while Nokia has announced that it plans to stick with the Symbian OS through 2014. In better news, Android 2.3 updates are coming to a range of devices and Windows Phone 7 has a big time update coming later this year. It's all there in the Thursday's News@8


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