Friday! We’re at the end of the week, just a few hours till the weekend. We’ve got all the big news from this morning, and you’ll be glad to hear there’s not a word about News International. Just tech tech tech, so come with us as we see what’s been happening.

We may have longer to wait for the iPhone 5, as the A5 processor is prone to overheating, according to a Chinese website. The prospect of an iPhone 4S dropping September looks increasingly likely, while a full iPhone 5 might not come until 2012.

The first Mac OS X Lion apps have hit the Mac App Store. Yes, the OS itself didn’t drop quite as soon as we were hoping, but it’s getting closer by the day, and these apps are another sign it’s just round the corner. Bring on the roar. To know what to expect, check out our guide.

New rumours abound about the rumoured Amazon Android tablet – the latest says the same people will make it who make the iPhone 4 and iPad 2. For more, have a look at our full rumour rundown.

In other news, RIM is prepping an Apple TV rival, Assassin’s Creed 3DS has been quietly dropped, and Harry Potter has shown up on foursquare. And that’s all for today.

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