Three new ads that showcase the iPhone 4 have been released by Apple. The adverts follow the same formula as before but with extra smugness added to the mix.
Apple has released a new series of 3 iPhone 4 ads, touting features such as the App Store , the integrated iPod, iTunes Store, and iBooks (and the iBookStore). The commercials basically tout Apple being the market leader in certain key areas, and the iPhone thus being more immediately useful.
According to recent reports, the upcoming iPhone 5, which is expected to be released around June, may in fact use a very similar design to the iPhone 4. The rumor suggests that while the screen will become larger (and go edge-to-edge), the shape and form will remain the same.
Apple’s fantastic new AirPlay streaming technology now officially features its very own section in the App Store, recognizing the apps that have integrated an AirPlay-based feature. AirPlay is Apple’s technology used to push content from an iOS device to an AppleTV, enabling larger-screen content.
Apple has long claimed that a white iPhone 4 would be released in spring of this year. Yesterday, however, Apple gave another independant confirmation of this after Phil Schiiler apparently tweeted that the device was still on course for its second quarter launch.
iDealsChina, who previously reported solid info about the iPod Nano, are at it again. Today they posted a model image of what seems to be an iPhone 5 with a slightly larger screen than the current iPhone 4.
Developers have found some new code in the official release of iOS 4.3 that suggests that iPhone 5 will feature the same new processor as the iPad 2. 9to5Mac reports that three separate versions of the iPad 2 are listed which represent the various formulations of the iPhone 5 (Wifi, GSM, CDMA).
Apple has issued a press release this morning reminding us that iPad 2 will go on sale tomorrow, and lists the times that the iPad 2 will become available, and that iPad 2 purchasers will be offered personalized setup in-store. The release indicates that iMovie and GarageBand will also be available today.
According to a report from 9to5Mac, Concord Security Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the white iPhone 4 will at last enter production this month, and will be due for an April 2011 release. The white iPhone 4 was originally to be aired alongside its black counterpart, but was famously delayed again and again.
Googling on your iPhone has received the fancy pants treatment! Google Instant Preview is now available on iOS4 in 38 languages.
According to OSXDaily, the Verizon (CDMA) iPhone 4 has now been unlocked in the US, allowing usage of the new iPhone as a prepaid phone. Cricket stores are reportedly performing the unlocking service for a fee of $125, enabling iPhone 4 use on either Cricket or MetroPCS networks.
According to reports from 9to5Mac and Geeky Gadgets, an iPhone 4 prototype has recently surfaced in Hong Kong. What’s interesting about the device, however, it its capacity: 64GB.
According to recent reports, it appears that despite some bad feelings with Apple on the subject of Flash, Adobe has now finally unleashed a utility that can convert content directly from Adobe Flash to HTML5. This is reportedly being done in an effort to make more content available to iOS users
The creators had no background in engineering or industrial design, no prior knowledge about bringing a product like this to market, but using on demand 3D printing to iterate their design and using Kickstarter to fund the initial production run they went from idea to market in 5 months
Fresh rumors from Japanese site Macotakara.jp (citing Chinese sources) claim the iPhone 5 will have an aluminum back case akin to the iPad. The antenna will be redesigned too, so that signals (3G, wifi, etc.) will be sent & received through the plastic Apple logo on the rear of the case.