Yes yes y'all, you know what time it is. Gimme 5 in this edition of the Engadget Mobile Podcast.
00:01:00 - iPhone 5 officially announced with 4-inch display, A6 CPU and LTE for $199 on September 21st
00:05:30 - Apple: A6 chip in iPhone 5 has 2x CPU power, 2x graphics performance, yet consumes less energy
00:11:17 - Apple details LTE plans for iPhone 5: true global reach requires multiple models
00:12:00 - Apple announces worldwide carriers for iPhone 5: Sprint, AT&T and Verizon will support LTE in the US (update: No AWS HSPA+ for T-Mobile)
01:04:33 - Apple's new iPhone 5 dock connector: It's called Lightning and it's 80 percent smaller, but the adapter is $29
01:22:00 - Apple details iPhone 5's new camera: 8MP, 'same as iPhone 4S but thinner'
01:24:23 - iPhone 5 confirmed to use nano-SIM, current SIMs not compatible
01:27:30 - Motorola Droid RAZR M review: a very good ICS handset in a small, Kevlar-wrapped package
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