Customers Want iPhones Not Competitors

The results of a new poll have just been released and the answer is clear—consumers are both extremely pleased by their iPhones and want one to be their next smartphone purchase. Changewave Research, a market research firm, conducted a survey of 4,028 respondents during the week leading up to the first day of the new ...

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The New Smartphone Battleground Is China: RIM and Apple to Fight

Research In Motion Ltd. has made big pushes into China recently, and Apple seems to have taken notice. Its response? A Wi-Fi enabled iPhone. While Wi-Fi is certainly old hat if you live in the Western Hemisphere, China has been forcing phone manufacturers to either adopt its domestic Wi-Fi standard (one not used anywhere else ...

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Lawsuit Against Apple and AT&T Over iPhone Becomes Class Action

Apple has its share of ongoing lawsuits from customers, but one filed back in 2007 has just been granted class action status. The suit in question claims that Apple and AT&T colluded to deceive customers through 2-year carrier contracts. When the 2-year contracts expired, there was no way to get the iPhones to work on ...

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What Does HTML5 Mean for Apple’s App Store?

Apple’s iTunes-based App Store for its popular iOS powered devices might lose some wind out of its very powerful sails in the next couple of years according the Atlantic. The reason why? HTML5 is on the way and promises to implement many of the same features—on any supporting platform—that have rocketed the iPhone to popularity ...

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iTunes Store Hacked?

PCWorld is reporting that a number of iPhone apps have been removed from the top 50 paid book applications section following complaints from other developers. The culprit? A number of poorly coded apps by the same publisher—mycompany/Thuat Nguyen. Despite occupying 40 of the 50 spots, the apps had no user reviews and were all very ...

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Watch the Tour de France 2010 on Your iPhone

The FIFA World Cup is not the only major sporting event that has come streaming to mobile devices. The 2010 Tour de France is also now underway and Lance Armstrong is claiming that it will be his last one. The good news is that you can watch the entire race live from your Apple iOS ...

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Hulu Plus on the iPhone

Hulu, the popular free streaming video website, has finally released an app that allows iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) powered device users access to all the fun. The only catch? It will cost you $10 a month. Oh, and you will still have to suffer through advertisements. Ouch. The good news though, is that Apple ...

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More iPhone 4 Problems

I have been talking a lot lately about all the various glitches that have been appearing in Apple’s iPhone 4 since its release. Between the screen yellowing, reception issues and some reports of swapped buttons (read all about it here), the new iPhone 4 sure has not seemed to be able to catch a break. ...

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Monaco iPhone 4 cases

So you have just spent anywhere from two hundred too three hundred dollars on your new iPhone 4, this was good investment my friend. Just look at your phone, its sleek lines high quality build, and not to mention all the powerful things the iPhone 4 can do. But how would you feel if your new ...

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Reception Problems on the iPhone 4?

Reports keep coming in about Apple’s new iPhone 4 and reception issues. The culprit looks to be the new stainless steel antenna/frame that runs around the outside edge of the phone. I talked about the new technology here yesterday. However, a firmware bug could be another possible reason for the problem, which manifests itself when ...

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No More Speculation: What is Really Inside the iPhone 4

Some brave souls that have received their iPhone 4s already have disassembled them so that all of the rumors as to what the new phone contains can be laid to rest, sort of. I say sort of, because there is still speculation and uncertainty as to the exact clock speed of the A4 processor that ...

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Should BlackBerry Users Be Jealous of iOS 4?

If you are a BlackBerry user, I bet I know what you are thinking. “Man, so much hype about iOS 4 and those pesky iPhones… should I feel jealous?” Not really. Apart from the touch screen, the iPhone isn’t necessarily all that. Even the new iOS 4 does not make your handy BlackBerry outdated. In ...

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More Info on a Possible Verizon iPhone

Well InformationWeek is reporting that James Radcliff, an analyst at Barclay Capital, has been reported as saying, “Channel checks by our communications equipment and semiconductor research partners give us greater confidence that Verizon will get an iPhone in early 2011, and we are now incorporating that belief into our models for AT&T and Verizon.” Good ...

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100 Million iPhones

Apple might have 100 million handsets in use by the end of 2011, according to a report by PCWorld. That enormous projection is based off data provided by Katy Huberty, a Morgan Stanley analyst. It’s not as crazy as you might think. Apple already had 600,000 preorders for the iPhone 4 within the first 24 ...

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iPhone 4 confirmed with 512 MB of RAM

It has been confirmed by Macrumors.com that the new iPhone 4 is carrying twice the amount of RAM than its older siblings the iPad and the iPhone 3gs. When Apple announced its newest iPhone, the iPhone 4 they seemingly left out some key specs that the tech world has been dying to know. Since the launch ...

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