As Apple’s expected fall launch of the next-gen iPhone draws nearer, a new set of leaked high-res images have surfaced, showing a claimed “iPhone 5S” display side-by-side with an iPhone 5 display. The two displays feature a number of differences, mostly in the cabling to connect them to the logic board.
Accessory makers have begun manufacturing cases for Apple’s much anticipated budget iPhone based on design plans that are believed to have originated at Apple.
Yesterday, Japanese part supplier Moumantai posted a few photos of what is claimed to be the actual logic board from Apple’s next-gen iPhone. This morning, a separate supplier posted images of a claimed next-gen iPhone front panel – and to our great interest, it appears to be a perfect fit for the leaked logic board, adding a bit more legitimacy to both leaked photos.
AT&T is reported to be rolling out support for Apple’s FaceTime video call app for the iPhone on its cellular network. The carrier had promised to support all video chat apps over their wireless network by the end of the year.
Wireless carrier AT&T announced on Friday that it will be pushing out an update to its customers that use an iPhone 5 or 4S. The new software is to add support for an FCC-ordered Wireless Emergency Alert system.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This weekend, we again feature graphic artist Maik Fischer with his new and excellent textured abstract wallpaper pack entitled Mextures.
You may have read our earlier report about the colorful budget iPhone that Apple is rumored to be readying for release and thought to yourself, “Self, where will Apple get the inspiration for the colors of their new budget handsets?”
iOS 7 has been introduced, new MacBook Airs are on the market, and early summer is settling in. Now it’s time to get back to the real matter at hand… iPhone rumors!
While Apple’s new iOS beta is fun to experiment with, and useful for developers, but let’s face it: It’s not for everyone, and not something you should use 100% of the time. For those of you who have already upgraded and want to take a step back, we’ve got just the thing!
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. As we draw near to WWDC on Monday, there is a certain holiday feel in the air for Apple fans. The annual conference will make a change for iOS 7 and OS X and we couldn’t be more excited.
BMW says that Siri “Eyes Free” mode will be coming to all of its 2014 models in a new update to its ConnectedDrive Internet service. “Eyes Free” will allow iPhone users to interact with Siri while driving their cherished sports-luxury vehicles without needing to take their eyes off the road in order to view the device’s screen.
AnandTech has investigated yesterdays claim that three of the four major U.S. wireless carriers throttle data speeds on the iPhone and iPad. The publication has determined that the assertion, since deleted from the originating website, is untrue.
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is preparing to offer a trade-in program on iPhones for the first time. The trade-ins will be done only at U.S. Apple retail stores, and customers will receive credit for the exchange instantly.
As an aid to its new iPhone screen replacement service, ($149 at an Apple store near you), Apple has installed advanced display calibration machines in its retail stores to assist in simplifying the replacement process for its employees.
Joseph Brown, one of the developers behind the iTweakiOS site that provides hacked carrier updates for iOS users, says Apple and three major wireless carriers are throttling iPhone and iPad data speeds on purpose in order to “even out” the network, as users of Apple’s smartphones consume more data than other smartphones.
According to the latest report from comScore, Apple has once again leaped over Samsung as the top smartphone manufacturer in the U.S. While Apple’s share grew 1.4% over the past three months (now at 39.2% total market share), Samsung’s share grew only 0.6% – while others, such as HTC and Motorola actually dropped in share.