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Engadget Mobile Podcast 189 - 09.19.13 (updated)

Joe Pollicino
September 19, 2013
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Not to spoil anything, but this week is all about our post-review thoughts regarding the iPhone 5c and 5s. Fret not, though! We also spared some time for LG's latest Android handset, the G2. Ready your ears and get to streaming below. This is the Engadget Mobile Podcast.

Update: We've updated the files for those of you having issues with your downloads. Thanks for bearing with us!

Hosts: Myriam Joire, Brad Molen

Producer: Joe Pollicino

Music: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)

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00:04:53 - iPhone 5c review / iOS 7
00:45:59 - iPhone 5s review
01:46:43 - LG G2 review

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