AT&T is offering some of its customers an $200 early upgrade discount ahead of their two-year contract expiration. While that may sound like a good deal, you could probably do better if you dump AT&T and jump to another carrier.
Is the iPhone 5 a disappointment? In the end, all that really matters is the users – and for them, Apple just unveiled arguably the best overall smartphone experience that money can buy.
Perhaps a more overlooked product that also bit the dust is the iPhone bumper. It didn’t get upgraded for the new iPhone 5, with only iPhone 4 and 4S models available. But really, it doesn’t matter.
A major question about the iPhone 5’s larger screen has been how it would affect the apps already in the App Store. Some developers had their doubts about how their apps would look on the new, taller 4″ screen.
The big three U.S. carriers, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint will be carrying the iPhone 5 come launch day, September 21, but it won’t take long for Apple’s new device to start trickling down to the other carriers.
If you’re hoping to be one of the first to get your hands on Apple’s latest iPhone, be prepared to stay up late tonight, as pre-orders will begin at 12:01 AM Pacific Time / 3:01 AM Eastern Time.
While Apple hasn’t revealed many technical details about the components in the new iPhone 5, a report today says that the new A6 processor that powers the new handset’s goodness is using next-gen ARM Cortex A15 cores, making it the first to market with the technology.
After experiencing production issues, Sharp is finally shipping displays for the iPhone 5. The news came on the same day as Apple’s iPhone 5 announcement.
Following AT&T’s highly controversial decision to force customers onto their new shared data plans in order to use FaceTime over Cellular, Verizon has announced that they will offer the feature to their users for free, no string attached.
Now that Apple has posted the first high-quality photographs taken with an iPhone 5, the folks at Dpreview decided to put it to the test against Apple’s previous versions of the iPhone.
Now that the iPhone 5 has officially been unveiled, some might be wondering how it compares to the competition. We already adressed this briefly yesterday – but the folks at Mobile Phone Finder have put together a nice infographic that sums it up quite nicely!
There were certainly a lot of rumors surrounding the iPhone 5. Some, like the smaller dock connecter and taller 4-inch screen, came true. As always, though, some rumors just didn’t make that pivotal leap into reality at Apple’s event yesterday.
The iOS 6 Golden Master that was just released on Apple’s Developer Center adds the brand new panorama mode to the iPhone 4S camera.
One of the most relentless rumors about Apple’s next iPhone was that it would feature a new smaller dock connector. Today, during their iPhone 5 announcement, Apple revealed the new connector, called Lightning (Thunderbolt and Lightning!).
If you haven’t already had a chance to look at Apple’s iPhone 5 page, it only reinforces that fact that the new iPhone is one seriously impressive beast of a machine! Here are the full specs of Apple’s latest iPhone for your enjoyment!
Apple spent a lot of time during today’s event discussing the improvements to both the camera itself, and the processing software and hardware in the iPhone 5. Apple has now posted a gallery of photos taken with the new device that show off the quality of the camera.