When Apple released the iPhone 5, the accessory market went crazy. Case manufacturers, like Arctic Accessories, got an opportunity to develop new lines of cases and adapt their design to reflect the brushed silver or slate back side of the new iPhone 5.
Make your iPhone go where no iPhone has gone before. Mike Westerfield has put together a project on Make showing you how to design an iPhone carrying rocket too send your phone to new heights.
Here’s a statement you can add to the ‘Ballmer WTF!?’ category. He claimed that the iPhone is highly priced and controlled and that Android is wild in an interview with with LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman.
Gartner has released its quarterly report on worldwide mobile device sales for the third quarter of 2012, and shows that Apple and Samsung still remain the top smartphone vendors, capturing 46.5% of the market between them.
Losing your phone can be a real pain in the ass, and this infographic by Protect Your Bubble shows where it happens most often.
Apple seems to be catching up to the intense demand for the iPhone 5, and has updated shipping times for the handset from 3-4 weeks to 2-3 weeks in the Apple Online Store.
According to a report from Chinese publication Commercial Times, Apple’s manufacturing partners are already preparing to begin trial production on the iPhone 5S next month.
According to a number of tips we have received, many Lightning to MicroUSB adapters are showing up dead on arrival. Plugging them into a Micro USB cable, and then into a Mac or wall charger, yields no result at all. The adapter cannot charge OR sync devices.
When rapid scrolling diagonally on an iPhone 5 or iPod touch, the screen seems to lock up quite often, unlike on the iPhone 4S, where the problem is nonexistent.
The supply of the iPhone 5 for AT&T and Verizon continues to improve at the Apple retail stores, and may reach consistent availability in the next 2 to 3 weeks
Square announced today that 7,000 Starbucks locations throughout the U.S. will begin accepting mobile payments using Square Wallet, allowing users to pay with a credit or debit card using an iPhone or Android smartphone.
Carly may have to trade in her motorcycle for a moped unless T-Mobile can stop bleeding customers. The culprit they’re blaming for their loss of customers in the 3rd quarter? The iPhone 5, or rather the lack thereof.
AT&T announced today that they have expanded the ability to use FaceTime over Cellular to any iOS 6 user on a tiered data plan while connected via LTE. While the carrier masks this as a victory for their users, users of unlimited plans, and users without LTE coverage, are still left holding AT&T’s giant bag of fail.
The third quarter of 2013 saw the iPhone 4S nearing a year on the market, and the iPhone 5 still in limited production, Samsung’s Galaxy S III capitalized on those two factors to jump to the top of the sales list.
The three best smartphones out there today are arguably the iPhone 5, the Lumia 920 and the soon to be released Nexus 4. So what better way to compare them than this awesome table put together by RedmondPie.
Even though Foxconn Terry Gou was quoted this week as saying his company was struggling to produce the iPhone 5, there are reportedly signs that manufacturing capacity for the iPhone 5 is “much improved.”