Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. To keep the masses happy, I figured this week, we can continue with the textured theme, but go green for Earth Day!
We’ve had the standard domino, then some people decided to be dominos themselves with mattresses. There is only one thing left to do. Gather 10,000 iPhones and see if they work.
Slowing year-over-year growth of sales for Apple’s iPhone appear to be part of the cooling off of sales for the entire smartphone industry.
Apple has always remained rather coy on exactly what they do with your Siri data, but today that was finally clarified by Apple to Wired.
We reported yesterday that Taiwanese electronics manufacturers were aligning themselves with Apple and other companies in order to fight back against Samsung. Now comes word that production for the rumored fingerprint sensor that some say is set for Apple’s next-generation iPhone could rely heavily on Taiwan’s semiconductor industry.
Just in case you dropped off the face of the earth for the last, I don’t know, five years or so, CNET has put together an excellent video which takes you through the history of the iPhone, from the first one to the iPhone 5.
Another day, another low-cost iPhone rumor, this time with images. The supposed images of a polycarbonate-back, low-cost iPhone have hit the tubes, along with a prediction that the plasti-iPhone will see a release in the fall.
Verizon reports that it activated 7.2 million smartphones in their first fiscal quarter, and the iPhone accounted for more than half, with 4 million total Apple devices activated in the period.
Version 6.0 of LinkedIn’s iPhone app was released today, featuring a brand new design, as well as personalized navigation and interaction throughout the app. Images are bigger, everything flows better – it’s a significant update.
Following early reports that the launch of the iPhone on T-Mobile’s U.S. network brought “gangbusters” sales for the carrier, T-Mobile USA Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert now follows up those comments, stating that T-Mobile believes that the iPhone launch, and the new “UnCarrier” plans launched in tandem with the device, both performed better than expected.
TechCrunch reports that Amazon has purchased Evi, the natural language search platform that performs similar to Apple’s Siri personal assistant, for $26 million.
Right on the heels of releasing an updated app with new features and enhancements, the Mailbox team has announced that it has dropped its reservation system that still had more than 450,000 people waiting for access to the Gmail management app.
While we’ve heard a lot about Apple’s next-gen iPhone, one of the details we haven’t heard much about so far is the device’s camera. A new report from Tinhte.vn claims to have details about the camera in the “iPhone 5S,” suggesting that it will feature a 12-megapixel sensor, as well as significantly improved low light and night time shooting.
Here’s a feel-good story for a Monday morning, a new type of prosthetic hand, which is partly controlled by an iPhone app, has allowed a father to hold his daughter’s hand for the first time since an accident four years ago in which both of his hands had to be amputated.
The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg are both reporting that Foxconn has begun hiring new workers to produce the iPhone 5S. A separate report earlier this month said that production would be beginning on the new iPhone during the current quarter for a potential summer launch.
T-Mobile officially launched the iPhone on their U.S. network today – and according to Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert, the first day of sales is going extremely well!