iPhone 5S ship times have slipped once again at the Apple Online Store, as the device continues its run of extremely high demand post-launch. As noted by 9to5Mac. shipping estimates have now slipped to 2-3 weeks in the U.S. and other areas, down from previous estimates citing shipping within October.
So you gave in to a less than fashionable impulse when you bought your iPhone 5c, and bought one of Apple’s one of Apple’s “fun” cases to go along with it. Buyers remorse? You have it.
It’s been three weeks since the latest iPhones went on sale in the U.S., and while the availability of the iPhone 5c is at a quite comfortable level, the stock levels of the iPhone 5s continue to drop.
Best Buy is reportedly set to run a promotion next week that could allow you to walk out of one of their stores with an iPhone 5c with no out-of-pocket expenses. Well, maybe sales tax.
Apple’s support forums are filled with hundreds of complaints that iOS 7 has caused a new series of problems with the phone’s Broadcom Wi-Fi and Bluetooth controller, recalling similar issues that hit the users with the release of iOS 6 last year.
Apple launched their own iPhone trade-in program in their retail stores back in August. So far, the company has not expanded the program to other countries.
There have been a variety of methods that have circulated over the years to allow users to record calls on their iPhones – from hardware solutions to software solutions and even jailbreak apps. I’ve recommended each of these methods in the past to varying degrees – but the truth is, these days, there are much easier and more effective methods to get the job done.
America’s youth must not be paying attention to the Samsung ads telling them Apple’s iPhone is just for old people, as a new study says both it and its tablet sibling, the iPad remain quite popular amongst teen users.
A new Apple job posting seeking a Carrier Engineering Manager with expertise in China Mobile’s homegrown TD-SCDMA and TD-LTE cellular networking technologies for Apple’s Beijing office signals that the iPhone may be nearing a debut on the world’s largest wireless network.
Following successful launches of the iPhone 5s and 5c in the United States on September 20th, Apple has announced they’ll be releasing the handsets in more countries, in two more phases in the near future.
National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson used an iPhone 5s as his only camera on a trip through Scotland, and he concluded that the latest phone from Apple has “a very capable camera” onboard.
Wondering how your average Jane or Joe really uses their smartphone in every day life? We’ve teamed up with Coupon Audit to produce this infographic to shed some light on the matter! Enjoy!
People love to see things shot up with 50-cal ammo., and they love the slow-mo 120 fps camera capabilities of the iPhone 5s. So, why not put the two together and do a slo-mo camera comparison of the 5s against other well known slow motion capable cameras? And let’s use an iPhone 5c as the subject of the torture test.
Have a lot of photos on your iPhone, but don’t quite know what to do with them? How about laying them out in an easy to use collage maker that let’s you pop your photos into easy to edit templates…
Despite offering the iPhone to its customers for the first time ever, September saw Japan’s NTT DoCoMo suffer its worst-ever month of customer attrition. It seems there just weren’t enough iPhone 5s and 5c devices to go around.
Samsung recently released a television ad for its new Galaxy Gear watch. The ad has been hailed as entertaining and original. Um… You might want to strike that last one…