Apple manufacturing partner Pegatron announced today that it will boost its workforce by 40% in the second half of the year. This significant bump in the workforce is helping to fuel the continuing rumors of a low-cost iPhone.
Bang With Friends, the Facebook-powered app with almost a million users that well, helps you well, do exactly what its name says, has just launched its iPhone and Android apps.
A new report from Japanese newspaper Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun says Apple display partner Sharp will begin manufacturing LCD panels for the iPhone 5S starting in June at its Kameyama Plant No. 1 in Japan.
We’ve heard a great deal recently about the possibility that Apple might release a lower-cost “budget” iPhone – and today, we’ve received the highest confirmation yet that not only is such a device almost certainly on the way – parts are already being circulated for the device’s manufacturing.
Savi People for the iPhone Gets an Update – New User Interface, Native Twitter and Facebook Features
It’s no secret that we’re fans of the Savi People app for the iPhone. We gave the contact manager app a 4-star rating in a review back in August 2012. Now the Savi People app has been updated to version 2.0 with some great new features. Let’s take a look.
A new analysis says “prohibitive” carrier requirements by Apple have prevented some 2.8 billion customers from having access to the iPhone.
Apple and Samsung have once again combined to account for 100% of the profits to be had in the smartphone business. The iPhone took 57% of the market’s value, with Samsung grabbing the remaining 43%. It’s good to be the kings.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. To celebrate this quasi-religious holiday on May the 4th, we present a taste of the good and bad.
As of March, Apple share of the U.S. smartphone market had risen to 39%. This information comes from the most recent statistics from market research firm comScore. The iPhone showed a three-month percentage growth that outperformed Samsung by a factor of four.
Here’s an intriguing thought, what if Apple’s much-rumored low-cost iPhone isn’t targeted at the lower end of the smartphone market? What if Apple follows the path that works so well for the iPad mini, and instead targets it at the middle?
I am a sucker for photography apps, there is something alluring about being able to take, edit and upload perfect photos on the go. What if there was a way to not only capture these moments and perfect them, but to post them in a community where they could also be purchased, in turn, making you some mullah? Then you need to check out Clashot, free in the App Store.
U.S. Cellular announced today that it will begin offering Apple products later this year, but did not go into any additional detail. The announcement came as part of its quarterly earnings release.
The New York Times has published a report today that quotes security experts and industry observers as saying that smartphone manufacturers and wireless carriers could be doing a lot more to fight iPhone and other mobile device thefts, singling out Apple specifically.
That whole plastic case thing isn’t working out for Samsung lately, as it took another hit today, as insurance company SquareTrade says it finds the company’s new flagship handset doesn’t prove to be as durable as Apple’s iPhone 5.
Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile announced on Wednesday that T-Mobile USA’s merger with MetroPCS Communications is complete, creating a network with roughly 43 million subscribers across the United States. The union makes Apple’s iPhone available to an additional 9 million customers.
Apple’s original iPhone – the device that reshaped the smartphone market forever – is about to officially be declared obsolete at Apple Retail Stores. Starting June 11, 2013, Apple will officially drop support for the device at Apple Stores, meaning that Apple Stores will no longer repair or replace devices, even at customer cost, when that day finally arrives.