Turns out, the new iPad is really hot. So hot that it could potentially burn. Plus, could the new iPhone have a 4.6-inch display; and Tom discusses/mocks Logitech’s little Apple-inspired campaign over a iPod dock (or a towel, we don’t know). All this and more on TECHGEEK Weekly.
Terence, Tom and Chris are at the helm this week, as Stewart decided to go out this weekend. But don’t worry, you can find out why on his Foursquare profile.
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