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Let’s keep it short and sweet: Cupertino’s holding a meeting on the environmental impact of Apple’s new campus, rumored pieces of the new iPhone are surfacing, and a reputed hacker goes to work at 1 Infinite Loop. The remainders for Friday, August 26, 2011 are over and out.

Environmental Impact Report Scoping Session Apple Campus 2 Project (City of Cupertino)

City of Cupertino is holding a live webcast, asking citizens for input on the scope of the Environmental Impact Report on Apple’s new campus. Oh boy! I know what I’m doing Thursday, September 8, 2011, from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Pacific!

‘iPhone 4S’ Casing Resembles iPhone 4 with Some Antenna Changes (MacRumors)

Is this the frame for the new iPhone? So says MacRumors, but what if I told you that this is the new iPhone? Super minimal, right?

JailbreakMe’s Comex goes to work for Apple (TUAW)

Hacker Nicholas Allegra—who goes by the name Comex online—is the guy who devised, a website that took advantage of vulnerabilities in iOS to let users jailbreak their devices. Now, he’s got a new gig—interning at Apple. We understand he’s been specially hired to make sure that 1 Infinite Loop’s ventilation system is secure, which he will do by crawling through every inch of it.

Successor Faces Tough Job at Apple (Wall Street Journal)

According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple may be in the midst of trying to launch a subscription TV service. That could gibe with the news, late Friday, that Apple had discontinued its TV rental option. Details of the proposed TV subscription plan are almost non-existent, but as we understand it, you would get a new TV every month.

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