Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about our the leaked photos of the HTC One in blue, aside from some more leaked photos of the HTC One max. We then talk about iOS 7 beta 5 reaching developers, aside from Apple’s new Takeback program for USB adapters that are from third parties or fake after some electrocution concerns. We then talk about AT&T’s takeback program of the Samsun Galaxy S 4 Active, for those that have a drowned phone. Reports of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie being tested follow on the news since it seems that the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 are already running it in secret. We end today’s show by talking about all our live coverage of the LG G2 event happening tomorrow.
All this and more after the break.
– Join us for our live coverage of the LG G2 event (video)
– Blue HTC One press render leaks
– HTC One Max photo shows us just how big this phablet is
– March towards iOS 7 continues: beta 5 arrives for devs
– Electrocution reports push Apple to begin an iOS power adapter takeback program
– Water-damaged Galaxy S 4 Active? One-time-only replacement offered
– Well, hello there, Key Lime Pie build numbers; spottings for Nexus 4, 7