Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch.
You may remember the TaskOne, the multi-tool iPhone case we reviewed awhile back. Now TaskLab, the folks behind the TaskOne, have come up with a trio of useful new iPhone 5/s/c cases that they’re attempting to fund via Kickstarter.
Apple was the first to the show with their Touch ID fingerprint Sensor on the iPhone 5s in the fall of 2013, now Samsung is featuring its own brand of fingerprint recognition with a scanner built-in to its new Samsung Galaxy S5, which will be released on April 11th.
While we have a fairly good idea of how many people Apple employs in the U.S. and the rest of the world, how many jobs does the manufacturing of a device like the iPhone create in other companies around the world?
Lensbaby, creators of a popular lineup of selective/creative focus lenses for DSLR cameras is going the Kickstarter route in an attempt to bring their special type of lenses to the iPhone’s camera.
Pebble has released an update to its Pebble Smartwatch app. The company had released a version on Monday that was pulled after users complained that it was crashing immediately upon starting.
While Facebook is a great place to keep up with family and friends, wouldn’t it be great to have a private place that works much like Facebook for you, your family and friends, but is completely private, and that you completely control? Enter Family Wall.
Independent analysis has shown that Apple was not overstating the capabilities and power of their A7 microprocessor when they called it “desktop class.” The chip is used in Apple’s iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and iPad mini with Retina Display.
Ryan Seacrest is not the BlackBerry Idol, as the company has obtained a court order stopping all sales of Seacrest’s Typo Keyboard for the iPhone. The Typo is a $99 snap-on Bluetooth accessory designed for use with the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s.
As a followup to the debut of Office for iPad, Microsoft has dropped subscription requirements for the iPhone version of the office suite.
In what appears to be an effort to gain the high ground in the battle for the public’s hearts and minds just ahead of the upcoming patent battle between Apple and Samsung, the Cupertino firm is allowing details to slip out about the development of the original iPhone.
Top Apple Engineer Greg Christie Gives a Behind the Scenes Look at the Development of the Original iPhone
Just ahead of a new patent trial against Samsung, Apple senior software engineer Greg Christie is sharing a few insider details about the development of the original iPhone, via an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
The lack of trumpets is almost deafening, as Apple – who usually celebrates milestones, such as the 50 billionth App Store download, or the 30th anniversary of the Mac – has most likely sold its 500 millionth iPhone.
A report from the pseudo-reliable DigiTimes says Apple is set to move production of its iPhone batteries to an automated production line later this year.
Many iPhone 5 and above users would love to be able to charge their iPhones, untethered by the standard Lightning cable provided in the box. With this in mind, the fine folks at Fonesalesman were kind enough to allow us to review their iQi Wireless Charging System.
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