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High expectations for Apple's quarterly results, and the iPhone stays in the news. Plus, one blog's theory on the identity of Fake Steve Jobs.

There's a lot of FUD being spread about the iPhone battery - and it's time to correct the misconceptions. Plus, an Apple patent reveals new features for iLife and iWork, a firmware update for the 15-inch MacBook Pro, and NASA gets excited about the "Endeavor."

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Now that world peace has been won, the Middle East is tranquil, and every American is employed, our government turns to other matters - such as whether Apple is playing fair with the iPhone. Plus, more tasty rumors.

Remember yesterday's rumor about a low-priced iPhone coming Real Soon Now? Well, forget it. But other rumors are ready to replace it: a mini-MacBook pro and a new touch-screen iPod. Oh, and then there's that blender...

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A few non-iPhone tidbits came up today - new version of FileMaker, anyone? - but for the most part, it's all iPhone news all the time, including rumors of a budget model.

You could call today Rumor Monday, because there's plenty of speculation going around - rumors that are juicy enough to talk about on your new iPhone.

Strong iPhone demand drives Apple stock to all-time high, rumor has it that only three European nations will get it first, hackers hit the iPhone, and more.

Unconfirmed reports say that Apple sold more iPhones than anyone expected - waaay more. Plus, get started on those iPhone apps, Universal Music Group tussles with Apple, and more.

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If your idea of "better" equates to "more expensive," then yes: The domain name iPhone.com cost more than Sex.com. iPhone sales estimates keep rising, along with the list of the iPhone's missing features. And more.

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iPhone Rollout: East-Coast Notes

Thousands of miles from Cupertino and San Francisco, the iPhone rollout still drew enthusiastic crowds.  "You know how big iPhone is going to be?" one of my co-workers posed earlier this week. "My son, who doesn't have a penny to his name, is going to wait on line to buy one, pay whatever the monthly bill is, and - he has a Nokia phone that's good through August - pay a fee to break his contract."