iPhone 5 Closeup Photos Compared with Thickness of iPhone 4S

compare iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S

With the iPhone 5 keynote event scheduled on September 12th, more and more part leaks are beginning to appear, revealing plenty of details about the next gen iPhone. The latest leak comes from site iResQ, which released images of the iPhone 5 and compared it to the current iPhone 4S to gauge thickness between the two smartphones. Late last month, … Read More

Apple Airs New iPhone 4S TV Ad Featuring Martin Scorsese

iPhone 4S Siri Ad martin Scorsese

Since the introduction of Apple’s popular iPhone 4S last October, the company has gone ahead to air a number of ads for the smartphone’s groundbreaking personal assistant, Siri. Late Monday, Apple began to air a new commercial for Siri, this time using a different celebrity, director and producer Martin Scorsese. Scorsese is best known for his work in popular and … Read More

Amazon Planning Phone to Compete with Apple’s iPhone in Smartphone Market

KindleFire

Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) and Apple Inc. (AAPL) have been competing in the ereader and tablet market for over a year now, since the iPad was introduced. On Friday, a report from Bloomberg mentioned that Amazon is now looking to introduce its own smartphone to take on the iPhone and some of the leading Android devices in the market. A smartphone … Read More

iPhone 5 may be the last product design Steve Jobs worked on

iPhone5 Display

According to a new report published by Bloomberg, iPhone 5, Apple’s sixth-gen iPhone was one of the last product designs Steve Jobs worked on. Apple’s iPhone hasn’t seen any major redesign since the introduction of iPhone 4. So, it’s not difficult to imagine that the company would have started working on iPhone 5 design just as iPhone 4 was being … Read More

Sprint Could Offer 4G LTE iPhone 5 Says Sprint’s CFO

Sprint Could Offer iPhone 5 4G LTE

It has been officially confirmed that Sprint would be able to offer 4G LTE iPhone 5, that is, if Apple releases one during the expected Fall timeframe. Sprint’s ability to operate Apple’s 4G LTE iPad 3 came into question when the Cupertino company only released a 4G LTE iPad on Verizon and AT&T. Currently, Sprint does not have a widespread … Read More

Apple’s iOS to Add Support for Baidu Search?

Baidu iPhone China

Google and Apple have been in competition in the mobile space for quite some time and the tension between the companies seems to just keep increasing. Apple and Google compete fiercely over the smartphone and tablet market share. Apple still relies on Google’s Maps technology to provide iPhone users with directions and map data, as well as search feature in the … Read More

Apple Claims It Created Over 514,000 Jobs for U.S. Workers

Apple Job Creation

On Friday, Apple published a new page on their website mentioning that the company created or supported over 500,000 U.S. jobs through its business. The exact number of jobs used by Apple was 514,000 jobs, which they divided into two groups: 304,000 jobs directly tied to Apple and its business partners and another 210,000 jobs that are part of the … Read More

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Hires Former Xbox Live Marketing Executive to Push iPhone / iPad Gaming

AAPL Push iPhone iPad Games

Following the release of Apple’s iPhone in 2007, Apple Inc. (AAPL) experienced heavy adoption of its first smartphone, leading to the release of the second generation phone. After initial support for web apps AAPL also announced the App Store, which revolutionized the landscape of gaming on mobile devices. Many third-party app developers created apps tailored to the iPhone and iPod … Read More

Apple’s iPhone Represents 55% of Verizon Q4 2011 Smartphone Sales

verizon 4q11 margins iPhone

In early January, Verizon CFO noted that Verizon had activated over 4.2 million Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhones during the fourth quarter of 2011, doubling the amount activated during the 3rd quarter of 2011. AAPL experienced heavy sales of the Verizon iPhone upon release and both companies were seeing an increase in revenue. On Tuesday, Verizon officially announced its earnings for the 4th … Read More

AT&T Introduces New 3GB and 5GB Smartphone Data Plans

att-logo

With AT&T selling an increasing number of iPhone 4S and other smartphones on their network, the current anemic 2GB of data is too little for many of its customers. On Wednesday, AT&T announced that they will now up their smartphone data plans to 3GB and 5GB respectively. This is the first time that AT&T is making changes to its data … Read More

4G LTE Compatibility a Requirement for All Future Smartphones on Verizon

Verizon iPhone 4 Special Event

CNET on Wednesday reported that Verizon is looking to make 4G LTE compatibility a requirement on all smartphones released in the future. Verizon’s 4G LTE provides faster data speeds and would be a major step up from 2G and 3G speeds currently operating on many smartphones. This report has led to speculations about Apple releasing a 4G LTE compatible iPhone 5 … Read More

Apple’s iPhone Turns 5 Years Old, Leading Smartphone Market Since 2007

iPhone Turns 5

On Monday, Apple’s iPhone officially turned 5 years old, marking a historic moment, when Steve Jobs took introduced Apple’s revolutionary mobile phone. On January, 9, 2007, Late Apple CEO Steve Jobs came on stage with a huge presence, ready to introduce the product that would change the smartphone market forever. About 20 minutes into the presentation, Mr. Jobs introduced the … Read More

Google Launches ‘Cloud Print’ for Apple’s iOS Devices

cloudprint iPhone

With Apple putting AirPrint into iOS but not allowing the use of a shared printer many users were left out in the cold with their only option being to buy a new printer. Now though, Google of all companies has come to the rescue by launching Cloud Print. Cloud Print allows iOS users with version 3.0 or later to print … Read More

Apple’s iPhone Tops in Shipments, But Android Holds 44% of Smartphone Market

Despite stealing the title for best-selling smartphone in the third quarter of 2010, Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone only holds 26.2% of the market, whereas devices running Google’s Android software hold a commanding 44%. New data released by Canalys today shows that Apple took the top spot as best-selling smartphone vendor in the U.S., narrowly beating RIM’s 24.2%. Apple achieved the greatest shipments … Read More

Apple (AAPL) Taking Over RIM’s Enterprise

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is growing at a rapid rate at the moment, and the increased popularity of both their Mac computers and the outstanding success of their iPhones has proved this. Now the Cupertino company has stolen the enterprise market from right under RIM’s nose, and Steve Jobs doesn’t think they’ll be taking it back anytime soon. Earlier this week, Steve announced … Read More