In one of the most anticipated announcements of recent times, Apple Inc today announced the iPhone 5. There are no real surprises with the new slimmer, taller 4G capable iPhone model but the real story is yet to play out.
Reports are circulating that carriers are beginning to provide outlets with mobile phone nano SIMs ahead of the iPhone 5 launch.
A September 12 debut of the iPhone 5 now seems practically certain.
One has to wonder at the frightening phenomenon that Apple has become. This uniquely singular corporation has not only generated fabulous wealth for its shareholders; it has created a cult of zombies who feel it is their sworn duty to defend the honour of their beloved supplier of consumer gadgets against wicked naysayers.
Apple is reportedly planning separate launch events for the iPhone 5 and iPad mini.
Photos of various supposed iPhone 5 components are in circulation, and there's a consistency that provides a growing degree of credence that they are the real thing.
What's the chance that sales of the iPhone 5 (assuming that is what Apple calls its next phone) will bomb? Buckley's!
The latest episode in the new dock connector saga provides evidence that the forthcoming iPhone 5 and iPad mini will both feature a new 8-pin dock connector.
A fresh round of rumours have overtaken speculation that Apple's soon-to-be released iPhone 5 will have 19 or eight pins. The latest count is...
Three 2012 flagship Android phones have launched, and while this has made some Fandroids super happy, everyone is still waiting and wondering what the next new iPhone will be like, and whether the pre-emptive Android launches are enough to beat whatever Apple has in store for us all next.
Could Apple be preparing to do something as crazy as dumping the familiar 30-pin Dock connector? One source thinks so, yet also suggests the styling of the next iPhone will be generally similar to the iPhone 4 and 4S.
An online article attempts to explain why the iPad 3 will get LTE before the iPhone, but the answer as to why this should be so seems very clear - at least to me.
Unless Apple pops a Thunderbolt port into the iPad 3 or the iPhone 4G/5, which seems unlikely, it looks like we'll have to wait until at least the end of 2012 or sometime in early 2013 before tablets and smartphones are at least able to offer a mobile version of USB 3.0 connectivity.
With the launch of the 2012 iPhone 5 still at least six to nine months away, all of the attention is on the unjailbreakable iPhone 4S and iPad 2, but as of very late 2011, the iPhone 4, iPad and iPod Touch with A4 processors can finally be jailbroken.
The revelation that Apple developed an iPhone 5 with a 4-inch screen but was forced to scrap the model because the late Steve Jobs hated it could portend a troubled future for the company.
Well-known task management app "Remember the Milk" is first to claim the Siri interaction crown, well before Apple announces any official way for third-party apps to take part in the Siri conversation, but might a sometimes easily bruised Apple have Siri sic lawyers onto the situation?
Apple's new CEO Tim Cook had the unenviable task of disappointing the market by failing to deliver the iPhone 5 today, with a resulting sharp drop in the company's shares. However, the new iPhone 4S is a significant improvement and there were plenty of other exciting announcements, including a new voice controlled virtual personal assistant called SIRI.
It's looking increasingly likely that Apple's iPhone event scheduled for this Tuesday (US time) will be to announce the iPhone 4S. But what of the iPhone 5?
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