CNET Update: With iOS 7 launch, expect AirDrop drama
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CNET Update: With iOS 7 launch, expect AirDrop drama

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Apple's mobile devices get the iOS 7 upgrade Wednesday, and with it comes a way for nearby strangers to send you unsolicited photos and videos. Also, Apple offers older versions of apps for those using older iOS, and Google Wallet rolls out to all Android phones.

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