Top of the posts: iPhone 5, Fifa 13 and Nick Grimshaw
This week Apple fever descended when thousands of people bought the iPhone 5, however the new smartphone is already sparking complaints from people. Alex Masters looked at the some of the problems that are being reported by customers.
Meanwhile Alex Hare asked whether a photography degree is really worth the time and the money. He spoke to Karen Shepherdson, a Principal Lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University, who offered her thoughts on the matter.
Anna Nathanson caught up with British soul and folk songstress Lianne La Havas about her success since appearing on Later…With Jools Holland, touring with her friend Paloma Faith and getting a voicemail from Stevie Wonder.
On the topic of music, it was all change at Radio 1 this week when Nick Grimshaw took over the reigns of the station’s flagship breakfast show from Chris Moyles. Callum Jones called on listeners to give Grimshaw a chance before hitting the dial.
Here are the most read blogs from the past week, as determined by stats:
1. iPhone 5 users reporting manufacturing faults, right out of the box By Alex Masters
3. Garmin capitalises on iPhone 5 mapping disaster By Alex Masters
5. Samsung Galaxy Note II to launch in the UK in October By Alex Masters
6. Fifa 13: I think I’m Jose Mourinho. And I like it By Simon Rice
7. Lianne La Havas: Stevie Wonder left a voicemail singing back my song! By Anna Nathanson
8. Feral ‘Monkey Boy’ – a tale of the unexpected By Mary-Ann Ochota
9. Twitter’s 6th Birthday: A look back By Chloe Hamilton
10. Give Nick Grimshaw a go By Callum Jones
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