News tagged: Apple iPhone
During the company's quarterly earnings call on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company is planning some amazing new hardware that will be introduced this fall and throughout 2014. This means no iPhone 5S and iPad mini 2 tablet until this fall.
After a lot of rumours during last few months, first alleged picture of the Apple's lower-cost iPhone has surfaced. Following earlier reports that Apple might try to sell a cheaper handset, the alleged picture reveals a white iPhone with a plastic case.
To keep up with the production of Apple's next-gen handset, Foxconn has once again started hiring for their plant in Zhengzhou. According to a person familiar with the plans, Foxconn resumed hiring at a Chinese factory as it prepares to make a new iPhone.
Toshiba rolled out an iOS app for FlashAir, its line of SDHC cards with integrated WLAN interface, letting you pull files, images, and videos off your cameras, directly on to your iPad or iPhone. It follows the December 2012 release of the Android version.
San Francisco DA George Gascon called upon a liaison from Apple to explain why the iPhone is hot commodity, and what the company is doing in the area of anti-theft features. What emerged in the "tiresome" one hour is under whose supervision the next two iPhones crafted.
It seems that iPhone users just cannot get working iOS update. An increasing number of iPhone and iPad users are complaining on unusual activity, which led to extraordinary battery drain with the release of iOS 6.1.3 update for Apple's mobile operating system.
Earlier this year, Apple was rumoured to introduce a lower-cost iPhone device. According to anonymous analysts at Detwiler Fenton, Apple could use Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon processor which has integrated Bluetooth and WiFi directly into the main chip.
According to a source familiar with the situation, Foxconn has already begun mass production of the successor to the Apple iPhone 5. The Apple's next-gen smartphone, the iPhone 5S, is expected to come in August, while a new series of iPads may get unveiled in April.
It seems that Apple messed up certain things with the new iOS operating system. After having problems with the connectivity and battery, it seems that iPhone devices are also insecure. With a simple trick, every person is able to bypass the iPhone password.
The Pebble smartwatch may already pull most key notifications from your iPhone's stock apps, such as new texts, e-mails, caller ID, and calendar, but lacked a means to pull them off third-party apps such as Twitter, Google+, Facebook, etc., until now.
Thought ProView's almost victorious iPad trademark claim was bizarre? Wait till you hear what another Apple trademark has been through, in another part of the world. Cupertino lost its iPhone trademark in Brazil to a company specializing in Android-driven handsets.
In a recent post on Epic's official web site, Epic Founder Tim Sweeny announced that they will be closing Impossible Studios. This will put the upcoming iOS game, Infinity Blade Dungeons, on indefinite hold until they decide the fate of the projects.
Judge Lucy Koh, hearing the Apple vs. Samsung case at a U.S. District Court, decided on various post-trial motions, one of them finding that Samsung's infringement of Apple patents wasn't willful, and the court could not triple the $1 billion in damages to Apple.
Previous rumours said Apple is working on a low-cost iPhone, which Apple denied. Newest rumour suggests that the Cupertino, California-based company is developing three new smartphones. Two of them, the iPhone 5S and a 4.8-inch iPhone Math will be announced this year.
Apple has cut its orders for the iPhone 5, due to weaker demand. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple's orders for iPhone 5 screens have dropped to nearly half than previously planned. Additionally the company has also cut orders for other components.
Earlier this week, Wall Street Journal reported that Apple is working on a low-cost iPhone, which should be launched some time in 2013. According to Apple, this will never be the future of Apple's products despite the popularity of cheap smartphones.
After Corning announced its Gorilla Glass 3, the company said they will demonstrate the strength of its third generation glass composition at CES. With the chemical and atomic composition of the raw materials, newest Gorilla Glass 3 is tweaked even further.
ZAGG brand iFrogz unveiled the Caliber Advantage mobile game controller for iPhone and iPod Touch. Designed as a latch-on accessory that keeps shape even as you switch between portrait and landscape, the controller gives you two sticks, a D-pad, and four action buttons.
Over Christmas week, December 22nd through 29th, Angry Birds was downloaded 30 million times. On Christmas day alone the game chalked up over 8 million downloads in a 24 hours period. Angry Birds Star Wars holds the #1 position on the US iPhone charts since release.
After iPad Mini made a nice profit, Apple plans to launch a mini version of iPhone. The latest rumour says that Apple is releasing iPhone Mini this summer with a price less than $250. With this price, Apple's marketing, iPhone design, the Mini could be a hit this summer