Apple assembly partner Foxconn announced this week that it will be releasing a smart watch that will work with Apple’s popular iPhone. The announcement comes amidst rumors that Google, Samsung, and Apple are all preparing the launch of a smart watch of their own.
A new photo purportedly shows trays of batteries fresh off the assembly line, headed for use in Apple’s next new iPhone, usually referred to as the iPhone 5S. The photo, if authentic, is another indication that production of the new Apple phone is about to begin.
Grove’s attention to detail when it comes to creating unique iPhone cases can not be stressed enough. The beautiful, smooth finish and vibrant colors make the Skate Case truly a work of art, wrapped around your iPhone 5.
If you’ve been following Apple news for long, you’ve probably heard of Brian Hogan – better known as the guy who found a lost iPhone prototype in a bar and sold it to Gizmodo back in 2010. Today, Hogan has decided to share the full story by hosting a Reddit “AMA” (ask me anything) session, where he reveals all of the details surrounding the event, and how it affected him.
A new image floating around on Chinese micro-blogging service Sina Weibo claims to show Apple’s next-gen iPhone display on an active production line, suggesting that mass production of the device is already well underway at Apple’s Chinese manufacturing partners.
BlackBerry continues its new focus on services, as it has announced the launch of Secure Work Space, their new solution built on its BlackBerry Enterprise Service. Secure Work Space is compatible with Apple’s iPad and iPhone, as well as Android devices.
Following last week’s leaks of a detailed set of supposed iPhone 5S images, a new leak from Fantastic Fone reveals even further details. New parts in the latest images include a new front-facing camera, and a new main SoC chip model number that appears to match up with Apple’s next-gen A7 chip.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. A few days back, graphic artist AR7 posted his version of the OS X Mavericks wallpaper for iOS on twitter.
A Tokyo court ruled on Friday that a number of Samsung’s legacy smartphone models infringe on the “rubber-banding” or “bounce-back” patent held by Apple.
Virgin Mobile USA announced on Friday that it will begin offering the iPhone 5 as of next Friday, June 28th. The device will be offered on its no-contract Beyond Talk service plans.
New photos appear to show the interior and back case of Apple’s upcoming “iPhone 5S.” The device looks to contain the redesigned logic board seen earlier this week.
Universal remotes can be a great way to handle today’s modern TV setups – but why have a second device when your iPhone is far more powerful than any universal remote on the planet? That’s where Logitech’s new Harmony® Ultimate Hub comes in – a great new app-controlled accessory that turns your iPhone into your own private universal remote!
Best Buy will once again offer a free iPhone 5 with the trade-in of an iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S. Best Buy tried the promotion earlier this month, and was dazzled by the response, so they’re running the promo again.
Pegatron CEO T.H. Tung told his shareholders on Thursday that Apple’s much rumored low-cost iPhone won’t be a budget offering, giving the impression that speculation that the handset will be sold as a middle-tier device is correct.
IDC ranks Apple as the fifth largest smartphone vendor in China, saying it has a 9% share of the 78 million smartphones sold there in the first quarter. While the Chinese smartphone market as a whole grew by 117%, Apple’s sales of the entry level iPhone 4 grew by 211%.
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.