iFans Daily Recap: July 26th 2012

Today, Sprint announced that it had sold 1.5 million iPhones in the second quarter of this year, Bloomberg thought that Facebook had a smartphone coming and then Mark Zuckerberg dismissed their claim, Apple made a few mistakes and sent out the wrong codes to up-to-date users, and Google Fiber launched in Kansas City, of all places. You should learn more about Google’s next big (it really is something amazing this time) project.

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iFans Daily Recap July 26th 2012

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