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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Remember how back during the Antennagate press conference, Steve Jobs explained that all smartphones have an Achilles Heel known as their antenna? Oh sure, we all rolled our eyes and then oohed and aahed when we learned we’d get bumpers. Well guess what… Jobs was right. Again. And now, courtesy of Tawkon we’ve got the proof.

Read More techcrunch.com


Skype is worried about whether the iPhone and other Apple products will undermine its VoIP services and is also insecure about whether it can achieve service levels good enough to lure business customers, according to the company’s filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in preparation to offering public stock for the first time.

Read More www.networkworld.com


Thursday, August 05, 2010

Apple’s December 2009 acquisition of Lala, a music-streaming service, has fueled quite a lot of speculation over how the company plans to compete in the rapidly rising media-streaming space. On Wednesday, some users eager to begin streaming their iTunes music discovered an overlooked ability of Apple’s iDisk app for iPhone, but it isn’t quite Apple’s foray into “iTunes in the cloud.”

Read More www.pcworld.com


Monday, July 26, 2010

Well this is one lucky Tiffany here, but she’s not alone. Wired UK was first to report that Samsung’s been quietly dishing out free Galaxy S handsets (the European flavor) to a few lucky British Twitter users. How so?

Read More www.engadget.com


Just a week after Steven P. Jobs, the chief executive of Apple, promised that the already delayed white iPhone 4 would be available by the end of July, Apple said that the device would be delayed again.

Apple’s explanation for the new delay is concise and scant on details.

Read More bits.blogs.nytimes.com


Saturday, July 24, 2010

Man, there’s about a zero percent chance that Steve Jobs and company are happy about this. Just days after shocking the market with higher-than-expected profits and revenues, Apple is having to grit its teeth once more with yet another iPhone 4 problem. This time, the elusive white iPhone—yeah, that one that we toyed with at the WWDC announcement keynote—is being delayed again.

Read More www.engadget.com


Monday, July 19, 2010

Now we know when we are likely to se the new iPhone 4 sporting its white coat as Steve Jobs has said the white iPhone 4 will ship at the end of this month. However it appears that the white version has already been seen and unboxed over in Japan.

Read More www.phonesreview.co.uk


Details of the manufacturing difficulties Apple has faced in producing the white version of the iPhone 4 have been detailed in a new report, which suggests supply will be extremely limited when the devices launch later this month.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Friday, July 09, 2010

If you’re one of our many fabulous readers in a country that hasn’t yet seen the Apple iPhone 4 launch, you’ll be happy to know that the next wave may hit retail stores July 28, according to multiple reports.

Read More www.intomobile.com


Sunday, June 27, 2010

Purported e-mails from Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs continue to mount, with the latest alleged note saying that Apple will “someday” allow iPhone syncing to Mac over Wi-Fi. In an e-mail provided to Mashable, the CEO gave a characteristically brief response, suggesting Apple will allow users to pair their iPhone and computer at some point.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Thursday, June 24, 2010

A review unit sent out by Apple has managed to collect “incredibly minor” scratches on its back made of hardened glass after just a few days of heavy use.

Engadget was given a review unit of the iPhone 4 prior to this week’s public release. In its hands-on time with the device, the glass back panel managed to accumulate scratches, though the website dubbed them minor.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Apple’s continued silence on the absence of the white iPhone 4 from pre-ordering options and its de-emphasis in the company’s initial iPhone 4 marketing have led some users to speculate that the white iPhone might in fact be a Best Buy exclusive.

Read More www.beatweek.com


Monday, June 21, 2010

When Apple unveiled the iPhone 4 earlier this month, one of the features most touted was the device’s Retina Display screen. The screen, which uses in-plane switching (IPS) technology is also used with Apple’s iPad tablet, and is also made by LG Display.

Read More www.afterdawn.com


Friday, June 18, 2010

Apple isn’t just getting ridiculous traction with their iPhone 4 preorders, it looks like the official iPhone 4 “Bumper” cases are selling like hotcakes as well. With the iPhone 4 accessory landscape still looking a bit barren, it seems Apple is cashing in on their de-facto gotta-have case for your new iOS 4-powered smartphone.

Read More www.intomobile.com


Friday, June 11, 2010

A third-party solutions provider catering to customers of Apple’s mobile devices claims to have recently acquired an authentic iPhone 4 enclosure whose glass panel failed to withstand a fall from just a few feet, creating an opportunity for the firm to question Apple’s heightened durability claims.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Sunday, June 06, 2010

We’re not quite ready to concede that Apple will actually be unveiling an all-white iPhone next week at WWDC, but the evidence is pretty damning. PowerBook Medic took some snaps (more after the jump) of what appears to be the casing for a white next-gen iPhone, something it claims it got from one of its parts suppliers. It could easily be a fake, but for the sake of argument let’s assume it’s real. Are you digging it or not?

Read More www.boygeniusreport.com


Friday, June 04, 2010

Computerworld - Apple is expected to announce its fourth-generation iPhone hardware on Monday that will include a forward-facing camera that can be used for video chat, allowing real-time wireless videoconferencing.

The expectation for video chat is based on two prototypes of the next-generation iPhone, including one found in a bar and reviewed by Gizmodo that included a new forward-facing camera as well as the rear-facing one used for taking snapshots.

Read More www.computerworld.com


Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Parts for the next-generation iPhone continue to surface as the device’s expected introduction at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference next week approaches. The latest part to make an appearance on Taiwanese site Apple.pro is the device’s battery, and while it appears that no additional info can be gleaned from the new images beyond that disclosed in reports based on prototypes that surfaced in the hands of Gizmodo and a Vietnamese mobile phone dealer, it does appear to offer another example of Apple’s supply chain leaking out parts for an unreleased product.

Read More www.macrumors.com


After the series of Vietnam leaks, Apple’s next generation iPhone model dubbed as iPhone 4G is the most awaited smartphone in the recent times. The leaks did not end there. The iPhone Portugal portal guys got their hands on some aluminum chassis and inner components of iPhone 4G. The iPhone Portugal portal guys believe that those example chassis are authentic. Oh boy, what’s left for Apple to show off at WWDC 2010 five days from now?

Read More www.techtree.com


Thursday, May 27, 2010

Walmart has reduced the price of the iPhone 3GS to $97. This could be interpreted to mean that the new Apple iPhone 4G is on its way to being released. There has been much discussion about the mysterious iPhone 4G.

Read More www.damego.com


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