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The iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C both became available just last Friday. So far, the iPhone 5S is seeing a dramatically larger level of consumer interest than the multi-colored, plastic iPhone 5C.
In a strange move for Apple, the company has yet to share 'hard numbers' for iPhone 5C pre-orders. Is this a sign of trouble for the newest iPhone or not?
The iPhone 5S has arrived! While the outer appearance might look quite similar to the iPhone 5, the 5S is a game-changer in one major way: its A7 64-bit processor.
A protective iPhone 5 case that also expands your battery life by 2,300 mAh? That’s exactly what you get with the uNo uNu DX 2300mAh Protective Battery Case.
Earlier this month we presented you with rumors that a next generation iPhone might include a 4-inch 2272×1280 beyond Retina IGZO display with a pixel density of 652ppi. Now, those rumors are one step closer to becoming reality.
Creators at Apple are evidently already working hard on a new higher resolution and lighter version of the iPad mini. This report comes from the Apple rumor mill DigiTimes, though it isn't the first time we've heard it. Keep in mind that DigiTime's record for getting things right is certainly mixed, though it did recently predict Apple’s addition of retina displays in the Apple Macbook and managed to get it right.
We've already heard that Apple could be releasing a new iPhone in the spring, returning to its old release schedule, but now we're hearing some more details about the upcoming iPhone 5S.
Always wanted to get an iPhone directly from T-Mobile? Until now, the carrier has been left in the dark when it comes to Apple's popular smartphone, but no longer is this the case. T-Mobile and Apple have now entered into an agreement and will start selling iDevices through T-Mobile beginning next year.
The iPhone 5 hasn't been out very long, but that's not stopping rumors of the so-called iPhone 5S. Now it seems that a new set of leaked images have hit the net this morning, claiming to be the first shots of the next iPhone.
New smartphones from smaller brands arrive everyday here in China, while larger domestic brands such as Xiaomi, Meizu and Oppo release new phones every 6 months or so. With all the competition from domestic manufacturers you would think demand for the iPhone 5 would be minimal.
Just a few days ago the Ministry of Industry and Technology of the People’s Republic of China gave the iPhone 5 network verification and the right to be sold in China.
Looking to get your hands on an iPhone 5 totally unlocked? Tonight your first chance to get an unlocked iPhone 5 directly from Apple's website. Pricing has yet to officially be unveiled but is expected to be around $649, $749 and $849 for the 16, 32 and 64GB versions, respectively.
When it comes to offering protection for your mobile phone, one of the most trusted names in the industry has to be OtterBox. And now you can get an OtterBox Defender Series Case for iPhone for just under thirty bucks. That's almost half price.
Even though the Apple iPhone 5 is still very new, it looks like the cases for the new smartphone are already going on sale. Case in point is this great looking MiniSuit Clipster case for the iPhone 5, which has been slashed by 70% off its regular price.
It seems that the iPhone 5's A6 processor is actually much more in-house in design than any of the previous A series chips before it, at least according to Anandtech. In the past, Apple has stuck pretty close to pure ARM (the company) designs.
T-Mobile and Orange recently announced they were coming together with EE to bring 4G LTE to the United Kingdom. At the time of the announcement they planed to roll out several great devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE, Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia Lumia 820, and others. That wasn't it though, one device was purposely left off: the iPhone 5.
Even though it wasn't left behind at some bar, we already (think we) know quite a bit about the new iPhone that's going to be announced later this week.
A Chinese pop star by the name of Jimmy Lin has just attracted over 100,000 comments in only a matter of a few hours. His post was through the popular site, Sina Weibo- which is sort of like the Chinese version of Facebook and Twitter combined. What was the post that is generating so many comments and large amounts of buzz? The Chinese pop star claims to have in his possession an iPhone 5. You might wonder how a Chinese pop star would get his hands on the iPhone 5, well before its release.
Want to preorder the new iPhone? You can! - if the idea of preordering something from a Chinese e-commerce site a month over more before its reveal doesn't bother you. The site is called Taobao and has no real information offered on the new iPhone, instead taking preorders completely out of faith it seems. You can reserve your new iPhone for a deposit of 1,00 yaun, or $160, or you can flat out purchase the unit for 6,999 yuan, or $1,100. The sellers can't promise a specific delivery time though, so yah, sounds extremely legit huh?
harp has officially confirmed that it will be shipping the screens for the next iPhone this month at a special press briefing in Tokyo. Unfortunately, that's about all we know for sure about the screen as Sharp President Takashi Okuda took a “no comment” stance on other questions about the screen such as its dimensions.
This newest iPhone 5 'leak' comes courtesy of KitGuru.net, who claim to have landed their hands on an actual test unit of the device.
What looks to be like the most legitimate piece of iPhone 5 info we have yet seen, this video of a black unibody iPhone 5 from ETradeSupply is quite convincing.
Earlier today we talked about a few new rumors regarding the upcoming iPhone 5, such as the use of liquid metal in its casing. Now we are talking about yet another rumor regarding the next iPhone, and that's the use of in-cell touch panels like those rolled out by Sharp and Toshiba Mobile Display. This supposedly comes from sources within Apple's supply chain.
The iPhone PRO is a concept device designed around a 4.5-inch wide LCD and 2 side buttons. The device also has a 1.2MP 3D Camera, and is has a lovely 1280x800 display.
Unlike what the previous rumor on Apple’s next generation iPhone claimed, the latest info suggests that the company might be planning a fall launch for the iPhone 5 (or whatever the company might end up calling it), and they will keep this schedule for many years to come, that is a new iPhone every fall.
Remember that Lytro point-and-shoot box camera we talked about back in October? Well, it appears like Steve Jobs was "interested" in that technology, so that's enough for people to "speculate" that the sensor might make its way into an iPhone sometime in the future.
The media invitation specifically says, "Let's talk iPhone," so at least that's a certain level of confirmation for us. The assumption is that iOS 5 and iCloud will be discussed at the same event, finally putting months of rumors, leaks, and hearsay to rest.
And as such, we need to take this supposedly leaked photo with more than a few grains of salt. Even so, it does appear to confirm the inclusion of the A5 processor in the next iPhone.
Earlier today we were told that the leaked picture above was the battery and the camera module of the iPhone 5. Internal components like these may not be too exciting to most, but they do reveal something quite interesting. Now it's been revealed by Kyle Wiens from iFixit that the photo is actually of an iPhone 4 module, not the iPhone 5, and was recognized as such by the iPhone 4 upon connection and usage. Still, Apple could be using the same camera for the iPhone 5.
Maybe this is one of the (potentially many) reasons the iPhone 5 has been delayed several times. It's not about white paint. Instead, we're hearing that a version of the upcoming iPhone 5 is being tested with some 4G LTE capabilities. That'd make it pretty different from the current iPhone 4, wouldn't you say?
With the release of the iPhone 5 around the corner, the rumours are ramping up once more. The latest: The Slim iPhone 5. Started by...
All the stars are starting to align themselves. We had heard for some time that Apple would wait until September to release the successor to the current iPhone 4 and now we've got some more evidence that backs up the timeframe. The newest report says that Apple's manufacturing partners are going to start assembling the next-gen iPhone around the middle of August.
Over a month ago, we got a roundup of iPhone 5 rumors, but several of those have now been tweaked or updated according to the latest reports. For starters, it looks like the flash is moving.
Everyone and their grandmother (almost literally) is sitting on pins and needles waiting for Steve Jobs to cross the stage yet once again to reveal how he's changing smartphones all over again with the iPhone 5. The latest rumors point toward a September launch, so until then, we have conjecture and hearsay. We also have the latest mockup of the iPhone 5, based on the most recent and most accurate information available.
With the announcement of the iPad 2 behind us, the rumour mill is turning its sights on the upcoming iPhone 5. And I'll say I'm not surprised, but a tad disappointed with their speculations.