Best iPhone Accessories on

iPhone to ship late June, says Apple finance chief

Apple’s iPhone is on track to ship in late June, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer was quoted by a Reuters report as saying.

read it here americasnetwork

iPhone snapshot: Harbinger or mirage?

Apple fanatics who can’t wait for the June launch of Apple’s new iPhone got a little treat to tease them over the weekend: a photo allegedly taken with an iPhone popped up on Flickr.

The photo has since been taken down, but the data included with the images suggests it was taken with one of the as yet unreleased devices, and the specs seem to match with what Apple has promised for the iPhone. The photographer is apparently an Apple employee, but many bloggers noted that the EXIF data posted on Flickr can be easily edited.

read it here news

Apple TV: iTunes movies coming to Europe in ‘07

Apple has confirmed plans to bring full-length feature films to its iTunes Store in Europe during an interview with a French newspaper this week. Apple vice president Pascal Cagni, who oversees the company’s European endeavors, confirmed that the company will launch its iPhone in Europe in the fourth quarter of 2007.

read it here macnn

Apple iPhone’s Slippery Secret

Just how slippery is Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone?

Scattered reports from people who have put their hands on pre-release models say that its main problem is not the rumored battery-life shortfall, but the sleek, slippery surface.

read it here business2

Dual LG Patents May Hinder Future iPhone Designs

Despite the fervor and enthusiasm over Apple’s upcoming iPhone, some additional roadblocks may remain. LG Electronics has recently published a pair of patents with the United States Patent and Trademark Office that may impair Apple’s ability to create future iPhone designs.

read it here

More iPhone details emerge from internal AT&T document

For over a year and a half, I have been liberated from the device that ties many of you down: the cell phone. I have no regrets related to ditching the overpriced service. If I need to make a phone call that badly, I find a phone. Due to this, I haven’t been that tempted by the iPhone, but regardless I still find all of the talk fairly interesting.

read it here arstechnica

iPhone ad contest; Speck sale

Insanely Great Tees is hosting its first big contest to give away an iPhone for the best 30-second video ad for Apple’s forthcoming iPhone, Speck Products is offering a 20 percent discount on orders of two or more MacBook SeeThru cases for Apple’s 13-inch MacBook or 15-inch MacBook Pro, Peachpit is releasing several new books related to Apple’s Final Cut Studio 2 software, and Telestream has launched a trade-in program for its Episode Series desktop media encoding applications for Mac users.

read it here macnn

Laptops Are Real iPhone Competition?

Financial analyst Sramana Mitra offers an interesting new perspective on the iPhone, suggesting that the folks who really ought to be worried about the forthcoming wondergadget are Windows laptop makers.

read it here wired
Apple Notebooks

Apple Scrambling for iPhone Flash Chips

An existing $1.25 billion dollar arrangement between Apple and the world’s largest memory makers was designed to secure the iPod maker an ample supply of NAND flash memory through 2010, but Apple is now reported to be asking for even more chips ahead of iPhone.
Taiwan-based DigiTimes, which wavers in accuracy but has recently nailed a scoop or two, is reporting that Apple has been in talks with Samsung for the purchase of a volume of NAND flash to be used in all iPods and iPhones from June to year-end.

read it here appleinsider

Europeans Highly Skeptical About The iPhone

In the very unscientific poll I took while attending the S60 Summit in Madrid this week, most Europeans I spoke with said the iPhone is “worthless without 3G.” They are also unconvinced that the touchscreen interface will allow them to send SMS messages quickly. Will the iPhone be DOA overseas?

read it here informationweek

Page 550 of 574 pages ‹ First  < 548 549 550 551 552 >  Last ›