Top Canadian stories from the past week, plus other news from around the web

The past seven days was mostly consumed by Apple. The company finally unveiled two new iPhones – the 5c and 5s. Both of these will hit Canadian soil on September 20th, plus iOS will be released on the 18th. In addition, other news saw Rogers name their next President and CEO, plus a number of Android devices were given a launch date. Below are the top Canadian mobile stories from the past week, plus notable news from around the web:

– Here’s the iPhone 5s 2-year contract pricing in Canada [Read here]
– Additional proof that the BlackBerry Z30 is en route to Bell [Read here]
– iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, coming to Canada on September 20th [Read here]
– LG G2 launching in Canada on September 27th [Read here]
– Rogers picks former Vodafone exec Guy Laurence as President and CEO [Read here]
– Apple to release iOS 7 on September 18th [Read here]
– Bell: “There’s nothing to be afraid of. Bring the competition on.” [Read here]
– Canadians pay more for wireless because they demand more: report [Read here]
– iPhone 5S and 5C aftermath: what they are and who they’re for [Read here]
– Here’s the iPhone 5C and 5S pricing for Canadians [Read here]
– Rogers debuts Social Insiders program [Read here]
– UofW to boost next-gen wireless technologies with new facility [Read here]
– BlackBerry Q5 now available at Videotron [Read here]
– BlackBerry Z30 coming to Bell [Read here]
– Videotron rolls out 2-year contracts [Read here]
– WIND launches BlackBerry Q5 and Sony Xperia ZL [Read here]
– Sony Xperia SP now available from Bell for $300 outright [Read here]
– Vodafone, AT&T & Telenor expressed interest to join the 700Mhz auction [Read here]
– Nexus 4 reaches ‘End of Life’ status on Bell, lasted 132 days [Read here]
– TELUS Nokia Lumia 620 ‘Amber’ update now available to download [Read here]
– iPhone 5c now available to pre-order in Canada [Read here]
– Hands-on with the White Moto X [Read here]
– BlackBerry might be broken up into two parts: OS and patents [Read here]
– Kickstarter enters Canada with a bang [Read here]
– Sony to bring the Xperia Z Ultra to Canada in October [Read here]
– Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review [Read here]

Around the web:
– Windows Phone Store passes 9 million daily transactions [Engadget]
– BlackBerry World Removes Support for Developers Charging For Upgrades [BerryReview]
– Layoffs hit HTC America [The Verge]
– More pictures of the Nokia Lumia 1520 leak in China [WMPU]