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Tag Archives: iphone
I wonder what would happen if they carried an iPhone?
John Paczkowski, AllThingsD: A humiliating reversal for RIM’s BlackBerry, which just four years ago was outselling the iPhone in Canada by a nearly five-to-one margin. While losing traction like this among the hometown crowd isn’t a massive strategic defeat, it’s … Continue reading
Nice catch by Eric Slivka at MacRumors: T-Mobile USA today announced earnings results for the fourth quarter of 2011, revealing a net loss of over 800,000 contract subscribers during the quarter. The carrier, which is now the only one of … Continue reading
Marco Arment gives two reasons why Siri is not up to the Apple standard. I use Siri to make alarms, set calendar reminders, and occasionally check the weather. The service is pretty unreliable for me, perhaps because of the Apple … Continue reading
Gym-Pact is a new iPhone app that will fine users if they do not go to the gym when they say they are going to. The user tells Gym-Pact how often he/she is going to go to the gym and … Continue reading
Apple’s Developer Portal will shutdown for the holidays on Thursday. Developers will not have any new apps accepted into the App Store for 8 days. Every year since the App Store opened this occurs and causes developer to scramble. As … Continue reading
The iPhone 4 remains at the top of all cameras, in general, for the site as well. (Pointed out by @RogerDodgerTM on Twitter, reported by MacRumors)
Cage Chao for DIGITIMES: Apple has informed upstream suppliers of parts and components for iPhone 4S to delay part of their shipments for the fourth quarter of 2011 to the first quarter of 2012 as sales of the iPhone 4S … Continue reading
This seems like a bit of a stretch, but many of the major tech news outlets have reported the iPhone 5 is on schedule for a summer launch. It is wise to this rumor with a grain of salt. It … Continue reading
It took a while, but Facebook has just announced the iPad app should be going live today. The app was expected to be released at last Tuesday’s Apple event, but that did not happen.
Apple has announced they will cover accidental damage in a new plan, creatively named AppleCare+. From AppleInsider: The new $99 AppleCare+ for iPhone extends an iPhone’s repair coverage and technical support to two years from the original purchase date but … Continue reading
Looks like the wait is almost over! On October 4th, Apple will have a press event to discuss the next iPhone.
It’s official that T-Mobile will not be getting the iPhone 5, at least according to the CMO. Many were hoping that the iPhone 5 would be available for all 4 major carriers this round.
It looks like the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the iPhone will come to Sprint in mid-October. The October date sounds about right given all of the speculation about a fall iPhone release to coincide with iOS 5. The … Continue reading
Definitely the direction things are going. Keep in mind the major console producers’ (sans Microsoft) missteps as of late.
Sprint is the only major carrier without the iPhone (if you exclude T-Mobile, who may be bought by AT&T). This means that their low sales can be attributed to not having the iPhone… right? Wrong. Sprint lost their luster long … Continue reading