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Apple's iPhone 5 is said to be unveiled on October 5, with an official release a week after.
An alleged insider from Apple informed PocketGamer that the company will be conducting a press conference on October 5 — covering a new hardware. And albeit it is thought to include the iPhone 5 and a cheaper iPhone 4 version, it is also said that the company will a releasing a 3G-enabled iPod Touch.
It is then claimed that the iPhone 5 will be released a week after the big reveal, which is October 12. Apparently, the date is just a few days earlier with what Stephane Richard, CEO of French mobile carrier — Orange, recently announced the handset would be available. It is also alleged that the new handset will feature a slightly larger display and a slimmer chassis. The cheaper iPhone 4 is rumored to be available to the consumers as well.
While the rumors surrounding iPhone 5 suggested that it will be a totally different device, people won’t be able to know until it is revealed by Apple. That said, do you think October 5 makes sense for an iPhone 5 announcement?View Article Source »
Just like last year, Apple's iPhone prototype went missing. But this time, it was left in a bar in San Francisco's Mission District.
It seems that history has repeated itself, as CNET reported that an iPhone prototype went missing at the end of July.
The security team of the Cupertino-based company scrambled to search and recover the said device to avoid a replay of iPhone 4’s incident last year. It should be recalled that an advanced prototype of iPhone 4 went missing last year, and was found at the hands of Gizmodo. Meanwhile, the tech site is said to pay the finders $5,000 and subsequently published images of the device just before its official unveiling.
Apple tracked the latest iPhone prototype from a Cava 22 bar in San Francisco’s Mission District to a nearby house in Bernal Heights. The company reps contact the police, asking for help to recover the said device. The authority questioned and searched the house of a man in his early twenties. However, nothing was found despite the man admitting that he had been in Cava 22.
Apparently, Apple has not yet recovered the iPhone prototype and reported that it may have been sold on Craiglist for $200. However, the company and the listing site did not make any comment about the matter.View Article Source »
Dress-up your iPhone with these ten unusual yet awesome cases.
With the boom of Apple iPhone 4 to date, there comes a huge demand for the right kind of accessory that would go well along with it — and that includes the weird yet trendy cases. There are a lot of cool choices available in the market today which could outrun your boring iPhone case that looks common and simple like the others.
So whether you’re planning to jazz up your tiny device or just looking for something to give as a gift, you would certainly love browsing through the ten most unique iPhone cases, which GADG compiled after the break.Read the rest of the article »
A survey conducted by Retrevo showed that several iPhone 4, Android and Blackberry users believed that they already have a 4G phone.
The iPhone 3G and 3GS had 3G radio technology, which means that the iPhone 4 must have 4G. This is what other iPhone 4 users wrongfully believes. Retrevo conducted a survey on the 4G phone adoption and asked their consumers if they have a plan to buy a 4G phone this year. According to its […]Read the rest of the article »
Apple broadcasts two new TV ads for their iPhone 4's features.
Apple ran two new TV ads for their iPhone 4. The two video showcase the features of the said device, which are genuinely rare on other platforms.
The features that are shown on the TV ads are the “AirPlay” and the “FaceTime”. “AirPlay” is a wireless audio and video streaming for speakers, as well as photos and videos. While “FaceTime” demonstrates a two way video calling between two iPhones, with a Mac and with an iPad.
See the videos after the cut.Read the rest of the article »
Based on a study of device's share in the U.S., iPhone 4 Verizon obtained the 32% of the pie.
The iPhone 4 Verizon already took 1/3 of all the device’s share in the U.S. based on Localytics’ study of app use. The CDMA version is about 32% after it was released 5 months ago, while AT&T version – as well as unlocked devices on T-Mobile – represents the rest of the percentage. Adoption of the Verizon model has only gone up since it was launched, starting from 20 percent in February.
The result shows that Verizon is important to Apple to regain growth in the US against Android.Read the rest of the article »
With the next-generation iPhone 5 rumored to hit the market soon, GADG listed out the best features of iPhone 4. Just in case you want to reminisce one day.
iPhone 4 was considered to be one of the latest supreme gadgets that were released by Apple. Well, this is not actually surprising, as the company always makes their devices more outstanding than any other brands. Some reports even claimed that iPhone 4 seems to outrun the features of its predecessor, the iPhone 3.
Check out the best features of iPhone 4 after the break.Read the rest of the article »
A report coming from Bloomberg revealed Apple's plan of adding A5 processor and an 8-megapixel camera into its next iPhone, which is due out this Spring.
According to Bloomberg’s sources, Apple is planning to put an A5 processor (a more powerful chip than the one added to iPAd 2), and an 8-megapixel camera into their next iPhone. They also reported that Apple is currently working on an iPad with higher resolution.
The so-called iPhone 5, which is quite similar to iPhone 4, will start its production in August and is said to be released this coming September along with iOS 5. There are also rumors stating that Apple is looking forward to produce a cheaper version of iPhone using “chips and displays of similar quality to today’s iPhone 4″, which will be available in the market this spring.Read the rest of the article »
Two iPhone 4 will be hitching a ride to the outer space, as the NASA astronauts will use the mobile phone to study the Earth's exterior.
NASA’s astronauts will be bringing two iPhone 4 to the space station on their final shuttle mission, rather than inventing another gadget with the same application and usage. While on the space station, they will use the iPhone 4 to study radiation levels, orbital location and altitude, even in calibrating space station instruments.
Odyssey Space Research developed an application called SpaceLab for iOS, which will be installed on the two iPhones. The good news is this: You can also get the application even though you’re not an astronaut. You can buy it in the App Store for only 99 cents. For those people who dream to be an astronaut, it’s a must-buy application for them to start pretending that they’re in a shuttle exploring the Earth’s exterior.Read the rest of the article »
Why the sudden price drop?
Just before an Apple event, the unthinkable happens. Walmart discounted the price of iPhone 4 to $147.
Techland writer Doug Aamoth received a message from Walmart’s PR company saying:
Walmart today announced a price reduction on the iPhone 4 which will be available for $147 today, June 6 through June 30 at select stores.
These savings apply to both the AT&T and Verizon versions of the iPhone 4 in both black and white colors. Pricing requires a new two-year wireless and data agreement or qualified upgrade.
Please let us know if you are interested in covering this announcement. We look forward to hearing from you!
The price on Walmart’s website has not been changed yet and iPhone still has the price tag of $197. Let’s just wait and see what the new move for Apple.View Article Source »
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