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Today, the Nobel Prize committee announced that three scientist from the U.S. have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The recipients were Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel. Karplus is a professor at the Universite ...
Today, the Nobel Prize committee announced that three scientist from the U.S. have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The recipients were Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel. Karplus is a professor at the Universite de Strasbourg in France, and Harvard University. Levitt is a professor in cancer research at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Warshel is a distinguished professor at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. The three researchers have pioneered innovation in chemistry through the technological feats of cyberspace. More specifically, they were awarded the prize for their work in the creation of computer models that displayed complicated chemical processes. The processes that they have been able to simulate would otherwise go unseen due to the speed at which chemical reactions occur. A press release from the Nobel Foundation stated, “The work of Karplus, Levitt and Warshel is groundbreaking in that they managed to make Newton’s classical physics work side-by-side with the fundamentally different quantum physics. Previously chemists had to choose to use either or.” In the release, the foundation also said, “Previously, classical physics and quantum chemistry belonged to rivaling worlds. The Nobel Laureates in Chemistry 2013 have opened a gate between those worlds and have brought about a flourishing collaboration.” The three scientists began their work in the 1970s and have since made great gains which led to their awarding of this top honor. Since creating the computer models that made it possible to view these chemical processes, their work has been used in many academic institutions and laboratories to further studies. Their computer models have also made it possible to predict and understand how chemical reactions occur with an extremely high degree of accuracy. Their research in this field has also led to the design of new drugs. According to the New York Times, the scientists were all born abroad but have since become naturalized American citizens. “Dr. Karplus, born in Austria, is also an Austrian citizen. Dr. Levitt, who was born in South Africa, also holds British and Israeli citizenships; and Dr. Warshel, born in Israel, is also an Israeli citizen.” Not only does this award come with the infinite recognition of their contributions to science, it also highlights their contributions to mankind. Karplus, Levitt and Warshel will also receive a monetary reward of SEK 8 million (1.2 million U.S. dollars) shared between the three of them. Images courtesy of Nobel Media AB and Wikimedia Commons.
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Apple is experiencing shortages of its new iPhones in the U.S., but the iPhone 5C and 5S will hit 30 more countries on Oct. 25, the company said. Among the countries scheduled to get the new smartphones are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria,...
Apple is experiencing shortages of its new iPhones in the U.S., but the iPhone 5C and 5S will hit 30 more countries on Oct. 25, the company said. Among the countries scheduled to get the new smartphones are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Thailand. More countries, such as India and Saudi Arabia, will get the phones Nov.…
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Materials: Faktum, Trofast Description: After searching for a neat shoe-rack months we finally decided that IKEA is not able to provide what we want. Since our whole flat looks like a IKEA showroom and we are convinced with the cost-bene...
Materials: Faktum, Trofast Description: After searching for a neat shoe-rack months we finally decided that IKEA is not able to provide what we want. Since our whole flat looks like a IKEA showroom and we are convinced with the cost-benefit ratio we thought of giving the horizontal Faktum cabinets a try. Not only these three cabinets provide plenty of space for our shoes. We also added some hooks under the countertop to hang our jackets. Under the bottommost Faktum we furthermore added some aluminium profiles, so we can attach 2 Trofast Boxes for gloves and scarfs. Of course the lowest door is custom painted to match the room (not visible in photo). Have fun! ~ Markus, Austria
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By James Stephan (@J_Habs) I’ve been a huge advocate for the hockey simulation game East Side Hockey Manager 2007 for the last four years; being a video game connoisseur of sorts leads me to appreciate the hard work and detail put ...
By James Stephan (@J_Habs) I’ve been a huge advocate for the hockey simulation game East Side Hockey Manager 2007 for the last four years; being a video game connoisseur of sorts leads me to appreciate the hard work and detail put into EHM. If you are a passionate hockey fan who enjoys video games, and you’ve never heard of EHM2007 before, I can say with certainty that you’re missing out. For those unaware Eastside Hockey Manager gives you full uncensored control over whichever hockey team tickles your fancy. Whether you were a living Hockey Legend by the name of James Bond taking over the Calgary Flames to turn them into an offensive juggernaut or a young unknown thirty-something taking reigns of the Windsor Spitfires to win the memorial cup, EHM allowed for limitless possibilities. James Bond Calgary Flames – EHM 2007 Screenshot EHM allowed you to experience the life of a hockey executive and for those of us that have said “I’ll give it a try” probably weren’t expecting to stumble upon a game that would captivate a special place in our hearts. What does EHM 2007 have to do with Franchise Hockey Manager? In fact what is Franchise Hockey Manager? To put it simply, FHM  is the next Hockey Simulator that will capture that special place in your heart. I’ve had the privilege of being part of the Beta since April of 2013 and while there are many elements that need to be worked on, it is easy to see what potential this game holds. To say FHM has bugs and kinks to work out would be an understatement; like any game in its stages of infancy, areas where improvement is needed are blatantly obvious. However in the same breadth since its beta stage the amount of progression and overall improvement that has been done to the game has been exponential. Within the span of four months Franchise Hockey Manager went from a brilliant concept that required an extensive amount of fine tuning to a working product that shows plenty of promise both short and long term. So what can you do in FHM? I believe the proper question is what can’t you do? From scouting players in foreign countries to uncover that hidden gem from Austria who ends up centering your top line, to swindling a rookie GM in a trade for a player of yours that he over values. Take a team and make it your own, whether you’re a Swedish great bringing glory back to a demoted Djurgårdens team, a devoted veteran taking an AHL team to raise the famous Calder Cup, or an NHL GM pursuing the elusive Stanley Cup and creating a dynasty. Many concepts from Eastside Hockey Manager 2007 such as player scouting, and the vast variety of player attributes can be found here; why reinvent the wheel when you can simply make it better. These concepts were brilliant within the EHM franchise and were in need of a new game to call home. Draft enthusiasts will be particularly pleased as the in-game scouting not only helps you uncover gems, but contributes to player development. Players possess a large array of attributes, some you’d expect such as acceleration and stickhandling, however there are others that are called “hidden” which make each player that much more detailed, and more importantly, unique. Franchise Hockey Manager also features an original mode which many hockey fans will appreciate as they feel the nostalgia flooding their senses taking them down a trip through memory lane. Have you ever wanted to take over the Montreal Canadiens in the days of Sam Pollock? Bob Gainey? Serge Savard? Thought to yourself “I could do better” “we should have drafted player X over player Y” or my personal favorite “Trade the man, he’s a no good bum!” Well now you can as Franchise Hockey Manager introduces Historical Mode which allows you to take over a team of the past and turn them into a true Dynasty. Feel like ending the Toronto Maple Leafs drought since 1967? Of course you do! Feel like trading Price, Subban, Gorges, the kitchen sink and a second round pick for Vincent Lecavalier? Go ri
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LN: Schools teach chess to boost pupils' logical thinking ?TK | 9 October 2013 Prague, Oct 8 (CTK) - Some schools in the Czech Republic have joined the Chess to Schools project and introduced chess lessons as a compulsory subject to ...
LN: Schools teach chess to boost pupils' logical thinking ?TK | 9 October 2013 Prague, Oct 8 (CTK) - Some schools in the Czech Republic have joined the Chess to Schools project and introduced chess lessons as a compulsory subject to improve pupils' logical thinking and concentration skills, daily Lidove noviny (LN) writes yesterday."We started teaching our first graders chess last school year. As it proved good, we've introduced the lessons for second graders as well now," Jiri John, teacher from the elementary school in Bila Tremesna, east Bohemia, is quoted as saying.A total of 23 Czech elementary schools teach chess now, some as a compulsory and some as an optional subject.Expert studies have shown that chess not only improves children's logical thinking and concentration capability but also helps them cope with other school subjects better, LN writes.If the Chess to Schools project proves itself, chess may become a common part of school education in the Czech Republic.The kids who learn the basic rules of chess in kindergarten or in the first grade have better school results and also acquire important social habits, surveys have shown.This also applies to children who are otherwise viewed as hyperactive and unadaptable and who are not expected to seek higher than elementary education.Also owing to chess, a number of them can continue their studies at a high school or an apprentice center, LN says.Positive effects of chess on the development of a child's personality and school results have been confirmed by numerous foreign studies since the 1980s.In Venezuela, chess was introduced as a compulsory school subject as early as 1989, LN writes.A test of chess lessons' effect on children's intellect was also carried out by the Beskydy Chess School in Frydek-Mistek, a north Moravian town where chess is especially popular and where over 200 children play chess in kindergartens alone.Experts compared two groups of pre-school kids, chess players and non-players with a similar intellectual level and living in similar social conditions.The survey showed that the small chess players did better in all types of tests, mainly in tests focusing on logical operations, chronological sequence and concentration skills, the school head Pavel Benco told LN.Martin Kubala, former Czech international chess champion and one of the Chess to Schools project organisers, emphasises that chess players not only have to think logically and analyse variants and strategies, but they also have to anticipate the rival's decision and put themselves in the rival's thinking.This skill can be used in everyday life, in inter-personal relations, Kubala points out.Moreover, chess enhances children and adults' capability of making decisions and bearing responsibility for them, Kubala says.The question of whether chess will be introduced as a school subject across the Czech Republic, like in Venezuela, Armenia and some regions of Britain, the USA, Italy, Germany, Austria and Spain, remains open, the daily writes."Chess is a game that can desirably develop the logical thinking of kids, but as a leisure time activity rather [than a compulsory subject]," Education Ministry spokesman Marek Zeman told the paper.A possible change of the ministry's opinion will much depend on the results to be reported by the schools participating in the Chess to Schools project, LN concludes.Source: http://praguemonitor.comChess Daily News from Susan Polgar
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Autumn has arrived with a vengance in this part of Western Sweden where I am for the FKG Annual Suppliers Forum tomorrow (10 October), a fact made very obvious out of my train window en route from Gothenburg to Saab's hometown of Trollha...
Autumn has arrived with a vengance in this part of Western Sweden where I am for the FKG Annual Suppliers Forum tomorrow (10 October), a fact made very obvious out of my train window en route from Gothenburg to Saab's hometown of Trollhattan. The trees are currently a riot of gold and orange and that striking mood was continued as I visited Saab at its enormous factory and the contrast with when I previously came to Trollhattan around 18 months ago, could not be greater. Then, the facility was empty and soulless and while it's not exactly a hive of activity now, at least there are genuine signs of life as the factory goes through its validation processes ahead of an imminent restart date. Ah, that production date. Try as I might, Saab isn't having any of me attempting to get as much as a squeak of when assembly lines will hum to the tune of copious 9-3s being put together. All they will say is "this autumn" - well it's 9 October already and those Swedish trees are testament to a rapidly advancing calendar that will soon see winter on us. Perhaps the avalanche of negative publicity surrounding Saab's previous incarnation - and which is clearly nothing to do with the current owners - has made them coy about raising expectations so it's very much a softly softly approach. I was allowed to go so far into the factory - but not further - although I could tantalisingly see a model in the distance being assembled. But by complete chance I also bumped into Hakan Scott on the site, who was heavily involved in the IF Metall union negotiations as Saab went through its previous travails and who is still clearly part of the labour body furniture. It was back in the afternoon to meet Volvo in Gothenburg and ahead of the Scandinavian suppliers association, FKG, dinner this evening, where Sweden's main automaker's SVP purchasing & manufacturing, Lars Wrebo, will give the keynote speech. As it's currently pouring with rain as I look out of the window writing this - I got a right soaking last night getting lost from the airport - Gothenburg's taxi drivers and I will probably have a lively discussion on their fare levels. Trains, taxis, food, I'm constantly raising eyebrows at it all but it seems Sweden escaped the worst the recession threw at us in the UK and from what I saw of the city meeting Volvo today, shops are rammed and business brisk. I watched an ice hockey game on TV last night, but Swedish eyes are now very much turning to their country's crucial football World Cup qualifying game against Austria on Friday evening. One more win will secure a playoff berth and with Zlatan Ibrahimovich in their side - remember that goal against England this year? - anything can happen. And a propos of nothing, as I was waiting for my airport bus last night, I looked at an enormous poster, it must have been 100m wide, advertising a skiing company. Among the usual list of France, Austria and Switzerland, right at the end, was, er, Iran. Skiing holidays for Swedes in Iran? I hadn't thought of that one, but it turns out a fair number of Iranians settled in Sweden after the 1979 revolution in their homeland. The situation appears to have thawed to allow travel and as someone pointed out to me today, if you can ski in Lebanon, why not Iran?
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The United States Men's National Team has already qualified for the 2014 World Cup, which means Friday evening's game against Jamaica should be an opportunity for younger players to gain valuable experience ahead of soccer's biggest even...
The United States Men's National Team has already qualified for the 2014 World Cup, which means Friday evening's game against Jamaica should be an opportunity for younger players to gain valuable experience ahead of soccer's biggest event in the summer of 2014. The training camp roster has already been announced and posted to the USMNT website, and head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has elected to invite multiple young players who have little experience with the national team. Building experience for these players is crucial ahead of the World Cup, because Klinsmann cannot guarantee the health of his star players between now and the tournament next summer. He must have a deep roster of players prepared to step onto the pitch in red, white and blue and perform at a world-class level. That all starts Friday against Jamaica, when he should give the opportunity to play to these players. Terrence Boyd, Forward Boyd is an extremely talented young player, but lacks experience against a high level of competition since he plays in Austria for his club soccer. But when he got his chance against top-level opposition in a hostile environment, he made the most of his opportunity. The video below depicts his biggest moment as a member of the national team, when the US defeated Mexico at Azteca Stadium. He showed a great amount of positional awareness and creativity to facilitate what would be a very important goal for the US, and would prove to be the first ever game-winning goal scored by the USMNT against Mexico at Azteca. At the age of 22, there's certainly plenty of room for Boyd to continue to grow and develop into a world-class forward that the US has sought for quite a while. So getting the chance to start and play against Jamaica in Friday's World Cup qualifier would be yet another chance for him to build chemistry with his national team compatriots, and earn his place on the roster for bigger and tougher opponents in the future. Boyd has yet to score in nine caps with the US Men's National Team, so getting him a first goal would go a long way towards building his confidence and preparing him for his role on the 2014 World Cup squad. Aron Johannsson, Forward/Winger As Johannsson says in the video above, coach Jurgen Klinsmann was very interested in bringing the young Icelandic and American attacking player into camp with the USMNT despite interest from Iceland, which he considered to be more of a "home" than the United States. It was Klinsmann's persistence, respect and experience which won over Johannsson, who now proudly wears the USMNT colors on the national team level. He has only appeared twice for the United States, but he is an important member of Dutch side AZ Alkmaar. AZ is the same team that USMNT striker Jozy Altidore called home for the past few seasons before moving to England to play in the Premier League. As Jason Davis of ESPNFC points out, Johannsson isn't the quickest or strongest striker, but he's smart and has a great knack for finishing scoring moves and netting goals. But he also has positional flexibility, which could be his key to a roster spot for the World Cup. That's why he should play as many minutes as coach Klinsmann can find for him, whether they're as a winger, a striker, or as a supporting striker behind a player like Boyd. Friday's game against Jamaica would be the perfect opportunity to get Johannsson some minutes in his secondary positions, to see how he adjusts and what sort of potential he has in those spots. Mix Diskerud, Midfielder The USMNT has definitely shown signs of weakness when they're without key players in the midfield, especially Michael Bradley. The team does not connect the defense to the attack well enough when Bradley and his fellow veteran midfielders are not on the pitch. That's why a young player like Diskerud needs to see the pitch as often as possible, so he can work himself into consideration as a mainstay midfielder for the US for years to come. At only 23, there's cer
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If you’re looking to reduce desk clutter due to having too many charging cables lying around, the following 3-in-1 universal USB cable in our Deals Store just might be for you as it also includes free shipping to Canada and beyond ...
If you’re looking to reduce desk clutter due to having too many charging cables lying around, the following 3-in-1 universal USB cable in our Deals Store just might be for you as it also includes free shipping to Canada and beyond for $19, 67% off. This cable will charge your Lightning, 30-pin and microUSB devices all at once, essentially making it easy for travel. It’s compatible with the new iPhones and iPads and more: iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS/3G iPad, iPod Android, HTC, Samsung devices and more This cable is perfect addition for travel as this short, tangle-free cable will do the job for all your devices. The cables are guaranteed to work with iOS 7 (a message will say it’s not compatible but it will still charge). There also is a free 90 day replacement warranty for customers, which cheaper options online from eBay do not offer. Free shipping applies to: the United States, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom. Click here to jump on the universal 3-in-1 USB cable while it’s still available! Universal 3-in-1 USB Cable Charges iPhone and More, 67% Off, Free Shipping [Deals] is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
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Biel, 8. October 2013 In the winter of 2012/13, RIDE GREENER and Coupdoeil Film dared to take the step of making the impossible become possible: they produced the first climate friendly snowboard and ski film. In STEPS, the effects of cl...
Biel, 8. October 2013 In the winter of 2012/13, RIDE GREENER and Coupdoeil Film dared to take the step of making the impossible become possible: they produced the first climate friendly snowboard and ski film. In STEPS, the effects of climate change are shown in parallel with the allure of winter sports. The film pursues the question of whether or not snowboarding and skiing in today’s world can be done in harmony with nature.   STEPS, a documentary and action film, dives into the world of people whose deep connection to the mountains ties them together.  Worried about impending climate change, they are looking for an alternative way to pursue their passion in harmony with nature and experience the mountains in an ecologically sustainable way.  Instead of flying around the world in pursuit of snow, they explore the Alps at their doorstep. They travel using public transportation and climb the highest, most impressive peaks on their own before beginning their spectacular descents and jumps. Despite all of their efforts, they reach their limits and realize the real paradox existing in doing winter sports in harmony with nature. During filming, great care was taken to limit CO2 emissions to an absolute minimum.  Flights, helicopters, and snowmobiles were never used. Flyover shots were accomplished in a carbon neutral way with the use of paragliders. With the film STEPS, RIDE GREENER and Coupdoeil Films want to show today’s film industry, as well as the snowboard and ski scene, that it’s possible to get spectacular winter footage without having a negative environmental impact. After all, it’s in the best interest of every snowboarder and skier to mitigate impending climate change since it so greatly threatens their own playground—the mountains. CINEMATOGRAPHY COUPDOEIL PRODUCED BY RIDE GREENER DIRECTED BY COUPDOEIL STARRING  MARTIN NELLEN RETO KNUTTI RENE ESTERMANN RETO KESTENHOLZ  LEVI LUGGEN  FREDERIK KALBERMATTEN MARTIN SEILER  STEN SMOLA SEB BUMANN  JUREK RUPPEN SÉBASTIEN DE SAINTE MARIE  NICOLAS VUGNIER SVEN MERMOD MATHIEU SCHAER JANICKE SVEDBERG Key information about the film STEPS was chosen as a finalist at the following international film festivals: Banff (Canada), Autrans and Grenoble (France), Graz und Innsbruck (Austria), Helsinki (Finland), Boulder (USA), Brescia (Italy), Copenhagen (Denmark), Krakow (Poland), Poprad (Slovakia) Film shooting: December 2012 until May 2013 Filming locations: Swiss Alps and Chamonix Carbon emissions of the film production: 1.85 t CO2. (In comparison: the average annual CO2 emissions of a European run between 9 and 11 tons of CO2. The average production of a winter sports film runs between 50-60 tons CO2.) Offsetting: The 1.87 tons of CO2 emissions are offset by myclimate climate mitigation projects in developing and emerging market countries. These projects reduce CO2 emissions by replacing fossil fuel based energy sources with renewable energy, or by promoting energy efficient technology. Release Dates: Trailer 8. October 2013. The official film premiere takes place on 6. November 2013 in the Kino Corso, Zürich, Switzerland. Filmtype: 100 percent non-commerical winter action sport and environmental education documentary film (running length 50 min.) Website and Trailer: www.stepsfilm.com Sponsors: Ride Greener, myclimate, Swiss Federal Office for the Environment, Swiss Federal Office for Social Security, Swisscom, Alpiq, Mammut, Dakine, Patagonia, Völkl, Alpenstadt Brig. More supporters on: stepsfilm.com Producer: RIDEGREENER: The non-profit organization RIDE GREENER shows interested winter sports enthusiasts how to easily reduce their CO2-footprint while snowboarding and skiing. The environmental and climate education campaign was founded in the fall of 2011 by passionate Swiss snowboarders with the purpose of familiarizing young winter sports enthusiasts with environmental issues related to global warming. www.ridegreener.com Filmmaker: COUPDOEIL is a small film production stu
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iPhone 5s Arriving in Over 50 More Countries Starting Later This Month is a post by Craig Lloyd from Gotta Be Mobile.Starting later this month, Apple will be launching the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in over 50 more countries, including Ital...
iPhone 5s Arriving in Over 50 More Countries Starting Later This Month is a post by Craig Lloyd from Gotta Be Mobile.Starting later this month, Apple will be launching the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in over 50 more countries, including Italy, Russia and Spain, with several more countries getting the new devices at the beginning of November, including India and Mexico. This will be the first big post-launch release of the new iPhones since they were initially launched last month on September 20. On October 25, the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c will arrive in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, French West Indies, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Reunion Island, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and Thailand. On November 1, the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c will launch in Albania, Armenia, Bahrain, Colombia, El Salvador, Guam, Guatemala, India, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and UAE. This will put Apple in line for reaching its target of 100 countries by the end of the year. Currently, both new iPhones are available in the US, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the UK. This expansion of iPhone availability certainly isn’t surprising, and the timeline is comparable to last year’s rollout of the iPhone 5. Apple hasn’t announced pricing for the new iPhones in these additional countries, so you’ll have to check with your local Apple store in your country to find out how much a new iPhone will cost you. In the US, the iPhone 5s starts at $199, with the iPhone 5c starting at $99 when you sign a new two-year contract. However, if you’re okay with buying the new devices from a third-party, many retailers and carriers are discounting the new iPhones, with the iPhone 5c getting the most attention. Best Buy, RadioShack and Walmart have all chopped $50 off the price of the iPhone 5c, letting customers get the new phone for as low as $45; that’s pocket change to a lot of consumers. During opening weekend alone, Apple claims to have sold nine million iPhones during the three-day period, almost doubling sales of the iPhone 5. Of course, there are two new iPhones this time around, and Apple hasn’t disclosed which model sold how many units, and we’ll most likely never know officially. However, many analysts are arguing that these numbers are inflated, saying that Apple is counting the units that were shipped to retailers and carrier stores, but perhaps weren’t actually sold to consumers. Nonetheless, more people will be able to get a hold of the new iPhones come later this month, resulting in even more sales for the Cupertino-based company. It’ll be making its quarterly earnings call on October 28, but we’re not sure if the company will include sales of the October 25 launch.iPhone 5s Arriving in Over 50 More Countries Starting Later This Month is a post by Craig Lloyd from Gotta Be Mobile.
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