In addition to announcing the iPhone 4S at their “Let’s Talk iPhone” media event, Apple also released a new version of the iPod touch, which now comes in white. iFixit got their hands on one and opened it up, only to find out that almost nothing has changed.
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Wilson Electronics has put together an amazing infographic show just how amazing our cell phones really are, and how they have evolved over the last 38 years.
A Consumerist reader, Matt, shares a touching story about an Apple manager who broke a rule and allowed the reader’s 10-year-old daughter to buy an iPod touch (with a jar full of cash she had saved up) while the Apple Store was closed yesterday during the Steve Jobs celebration.
It’s well-known that the iPhone 4 has an incredible camera, but according to Seamus McGarvey, the cinematographer for Marvel’s upcoming Avengers movie, the film will actually feature some shots recorded using an iPhone!
Apple sent an email to developers today announcing the iOS 5 Tech Talk World Tour, a free iOS 5 training series offering registered iOS developers the chance to learn more about how to take advantage of new features in iOS 5.
According to the 60 Minutes team’s Twitter account, Walter Isaacson, the man who wrote the official biography of Steve Jobs, will be making an appearance on 60 Minutes to discuss his upcoming Steve Jobs biography, which is called, simply, “Steve Jobs.”
Google Android head Andy Rubin and Windows Phone head Andy Lees have both spoken out in criticism of the iPhone 4S, and specifically it’s Siri voice assistant technology, questioning its usefulness and desirability for customers. The iPhone 4S has certainly…
iSupply has recently completed their teardown analysis of the iPhone 4S, with the focus of estimating the raw material cost of the device. According to their findings, the 16GB iPhone 4S takes about $188 in materials to build – just $0.25 more than the iPhone 4 when it first launched.
Just a couple of short months ago, Apple took on the title of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer, but now, according to the Wall Street Journal, they have just been dethroned by Samsung, who shipped 20 million smartphones compared to Apple’s 17.1 million.
Apple claims that iOS 5 has over 200 new features, but not all of those features are apparent or easy to use, in fact many of them are somewhat hidden. We’ve put together a list of 5 of our favorite hidden features of iOS 5.
Apple has shared a picture from their celebration of Steve Jobs’ life yesterday, which included a speech by CEO Tim Cook, and performances from various artists, including Norah Jones and Coldplay.
Apple’s homepage, which has displayed an image of Steve Jobs since his passing, has now returned to normal. A “Remembering Steve” link, still remains, appearing at the bottom of the page. Apple has purchased RememberingSteveJobs.com, which directs to their official memorial page.
AT&T has just issued a press release announcing that they have now activated over a million iPhone 4S units – just five days after its release! This follows previous reports that AT&T activated a record number of units on the iPhone 4S launch day last Friday.
In this iOS tip I take a look at how to receive weather updates by the hour.
I’m a guy, and that means I like shiny, fast things like Ducatis and Subaru WRXs. So when I first say the user interface for the 360 Browser I thought, “Woo, that looks fast”. Of course, in 2011, with many good browsers to choose from, (pages of them in Apple’s iPhone apps) you have to have a good reason to stop using the entirely-useful built-in Safari browser from Apple and pick one or several particular alternatives.
There are a ton of mini golf/putting games on the App Store. Putter King sets to reign supreme. Putter King, developed by Putter King LLC is a solid putting game to pass the time and play a quick nine holes. It’s a pretty challenging game, even if you play mini golf games often. In Putter King, your goal is to help Putty unlock the equipment he needs to be crowned Putter King.