Looking at the future of the iPhone, two articles, one from the Wall Street Journal's Anton Troianovski the other from The New York Times' Kevin J. O'Brien, out of the Barcelona's Mobile World Congress reach some differing conclusions
Apple's iPhone 4 was the most acquired phone in both the USA and the EU5 (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK) according to a February 23 report by analysts comScore.
FORTUNE — The iPhone has been, by many measures, one of the most successful products in business history. Nearly 200 million iPhones have been sold in four and a half years, 37 million of them in the last three months of 2011
The next iPhone will follow the pattern set by the iPhone 4S by launching in the early fall instead of the summer, claims Japanese blog Macotakara. [Read more]
Remember “Antennagate?” A year and a half after Gizmodo first reported reception problems with iPhone 4, a class action lawsuit against Apple has finally come to a settlement. According to CNet, iPhone 4 owners in the US will soon be entitled to $15, or a $30 iPhone bumper case.
Original iPhone 4 buyers can get either $15 or a new bumper case from Apple as part of a newly settled class-action lawsuit.
Apple can make this whole iPhone address book fiasco all better with a simple fix. Following last week's Path scandal, amid the blogger fighting, turns out tons of other apps are also uploading user address book information to servers without asking the phone owner's permission.
When the sun goes down, that's when the iPad gets busy for folks with news readers. The iPhone? It's more of a daytime habit
CUPERTINO, Calif., Feb. 11 (UPI) — The subsidized iPhone sold by phone carriers is taking a significant bite out of the profit margins of big U.S. telecommunications firms, data indicates.
In the iOSsphere calendar, Valentine's Day 2012 will be in June. Bring your sweetheart to San Francisco.
The iPhone may be great for consumers, but takes a nasty toll on wireless carriers' bottom line.
An outbreak of iPhone fever made Apple the hottest smartphone maker worldwide at the end of 2011 but handsets powered by Google's Android software were shaping up as true winners in the market.
(Credit: Apple) The iPhone 4S launch in China did not go quite as Apple had planned.
Apple could announce its next-gen phone at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, according to the latest scuttlebut from Daiwa Securities.
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