While veteran smartphone owners are definitely all about the iPhone when it comes time to upgrade, first-time smartphone buyers just aren’t as drawn to Apple’s smartphone. A new study also shows that those that are late-comers to the smartphone ranks are more price-conscious and may hold on to their devices longer than long-time smartphone users.
Apple continues to dominate as the top smartphone OEM in the U.S., with a 39.9% share of the market in the second quarter of 2013. However, Samsung continues to make gains, more quickly than Apple.
A new set of photos of the camera for the “iPhone 5S” allegedly display an internal design change where the LED flash component for the device may be completely separate from the lens.
In an incredible feat in design and web development, web developer Matt Boldt has rendered an iPhone 5 using nothing but CSS, and a single HTML element – no images at all!
New pics show alleged “iPhone 5S” components compared to those of the current iPhone 5 show some minor internal changes, most significantly a longer ribbon cable attached to the front display.
Following the Music Every Day and Photos Every Day iPhone ads aired earlier this year, Apple has now begun airing a third ad in the same series. This time around, the ad, entitled “FaceTime Every Day,” focuses heavily on FaceTime , and how it can be used by people of all ages across the world.
A set of photos published on Thursday on Chinese site IT168 claim to show the camera module for Apple’s highly-anticipated low-cost iPhone. The report claims the part is the same 8-megapixel lens used in the iPhone 5, including the sapphire crystal scratch-resistant cover.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. The worst part of summer is the glaring sun’s heat. However, with these excellent sun inspired wallpapers, you can enjoy the sun without the negative effects or cancer.
A U.S. International Trade Commission ban of older Apple iPhone and iPad models is looming, and a bipartisan group of U.S. senators has sent a cautionary letter to U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, who is responsible for the Presidential review of the ITC order.
I use an iMac for my daily work, and keep a pair of studio headphones attached for listening to music, participating in conference calls, using Google Voice, and so forth. The trouble is, I also use an iPhone – and with only one pair of headphones between the two devices, that requires a bit of juggling. Fortunately, the clever folks at Zebraa have developed the perfect solution: A brand new Mac all called Dialogue.
With Apple set to release iOS 7 in the near future, many of you might be wondering what you need to do in order to prepare for the update. We’ve prepared a few tips to help you out.
When Tim Cook made his trip to China, he took time to meet with the head of the largest wireless carrier in the world, China Mobile. The two sides met to discuss “matters of cooperation,” but no other details were provided.
If you’ve been around the site for a while, you’ll know that we enjoy giving away great stuff to out readers – and we’ve got a nice prize for you this week! This time around, we’ve got 5 pairs of the new EarSkinz comfort-enhancing silicon caps for Apple’s EarPods! These tips add a measure of soft, ear-hugging comfort to Apple’s traditional plastic EarPod casing.
Apple has long been rumored to be adding fingerprint sensor tech to their upcoming iPhone – speculation that was further fueled by Apple’s acquisition of Authentec last July. According to new code strings discovered in iOS 7 Beta 4 by Hamza Sood, however (via 9to5Mac), Apple may introduce such a feature sooner rather than later – possibly in time for the release of iOS 7 and the next-gen iPhone.
Earlier today, Chinese watchdog group China Labor Watch reported numerous labor violations at Pegatron – one of Apple’s Chinese manufacturing partners. Aside from the labor violation complaints, however, the report also details some interesting claims about Apple’s rumored low-cost plastic iPhone.
An app like Apple Maps or Yelp can help you find something if you know what you’re in the mood for, what if you want to be surprised? Or, what if you’re a lousy touchscreen typist like I am, wouldn’t it be cool to find the closest restaurant or theater without having to type even one character?