Carriers have a tradition of discounting current iPhones ahead of new iPhone launches, and this year, Sprint is the first to begin slashing prices. The carrier is cutting $50 off the price of an iPhone 4S, and even waiving the activation fee if you order online.
The camera on the iPhone has gotten better and better with every generation of the popular smartphone, but is the iPhone ready to be your ONLY digital camera? The Guardian’s Dan Chung has been using an iPhone 4S to document the London 2012 games, and his results are quite impressive.
Following reports of an Apple media event to take place on September 12, iMore now reports that the company is also planning to update their entire line of iOS devices to support the rumored smaller dock connector.
Following the approval of Apple’s nano-SIM earlier this year, and rumors that the standard would be used in Apple’s next iPhone, new images showing a supposed nano-SIM tray for Apple’s next iPhone have surfaced online.
Full 360 degree panoramas are awesome if done correctly, but until now nobody has offered a proper way to create them with an iPhone. However BubblePix has created the Bubblescope, a neat accessory that you attach your iPhone to take panoramas (even in video) using the free Bubblepix app.
Siri can easily find the nearest Apple store, but can’t find a spot that should be a little closer to home. But give her your number, and she’ll give you a call, maybe.
In celebration of the London Olympics we present an excellent sunset shot of the Olympic Stadium in London. With the Stadium in the foreground, the beautiful city of London sprawls to the skyline.
Apple has released several compelling arguments and a fair bit of convincing evidence against Samsung so far in their ongoing jury trial – but this series of slides shared by Apple’s lawyers might be some of the most damning.
There have been a lot of supposed leaks of next-gen iPhone parts. A new video posted this morning by ETrade provides the most detailed comparison yet between the two front panels, showing some very interesting changes.
It’s well known Steve Jobs had no tolerance for employees who leaked company info. However it was Jobs who almost blew the biggest secret Apple has had to date. The original iPhone!
Following Samsung’s suggestion that Apple borrowed heavily from Sony’s design ideas, Fortune’s Philip Elmer-Dewitt casts some interesting light on why the argument fails. Badly.
There have been some interesting bits and pieces of info coming out of the Apple vs. Samsung trial. In one deposition, former Apple designer Douglas Satzger told how Apple had “strong interest in doing two pieces of shaped glass,” for an iPhone prototype.
In a move that Tim Cook is almost certainly not pleased with, Sharp president Takashi Okuda intentionally revealed that the company will begin shipping displays for Apple’s next iPhone sometime this month.
JP Morgan analyst Mark Moskowitz predicts not only that Apple will be manufacturing 20 million iPhones by the September quarter but also that an iPad mini could see the light before the end of 2012.
You’ve probably seen the new Siri commercial showing Martin Scorsese using Siri in a somewhat random manner. Now the fine folks at AppJudgment show us the Scorsese commercial Apple didn’t want us to see.
Adding even more fuel to an already blazing rumor bonfire, iLounge editor Jeremy Horowitz claims to provide new information on the new snaller dock connector for Apple’s next iPhone, as well as an interesting detail about iOS 6.