Watch this week’s iReview as we go through all things Cool and Not So Cool inside the world of Apple’s iOS devices. In today’s show we talk about the iPhone 5 test photo we unveiled last week and how the image sensor raises the bar in what to expect for the next generation device. We go through the N94 prototype and how it already gained FCC approval through some leaks within iOS 5. We round up all the Sprint iPhone 5 rumors and tell you why this phone will matter a lot to some. We also go through the recent pre-order strategy launched by Deutsche Telekom, even if there is still no real name for the iPhone they are preparing customers for. We talk about the release of iTunes 10.5 beta 8, an HTML 5 version of Google Music and other recent software updates. Finally, we end the Cool section with an odd new strategy from Adobe to port Flash based video on iOS devices.

In the Not So Cool section we go through the recent disappointment we all felt when the screenshot of the probable iOS 5 running on an iPhone 5 ended up being a Hoax, and who’s fault it is.

All this and more after the break.

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