Let’s face it, the iPhone is everywhere. Commercials are on television, and any retailer worth its square footage carries the pertinent models. Sooner or later, though, the market will be saturated, right? At some point, iPhone sales will hit a bit of a dead end, right?
The saga of the iPhone 5 has been a never-ending one, with rumors about what it’ll look like or feel like. There have probably even been rumors about what it’ll smell like. Never ones to turn away a good rumor, however, we must report yet another iPhone 5S rumor: pictures
There soon will be new iPhones for Home Depot staff. One by one, government agencies and corporations are dropping BlackBerry for the iPhone. The home improvement retail chain is the latest to hold the distinction of being one of these entities.
In a world of online payday loans that are suspect at best, and in an economy when a cash advance doesn’t carry the stigma it once did, a solution for quick cash loans is needed. Apple may have the answer, based on a pending patent application.
Has the new iPhone been sighted? According to the rumor mill, which never seems to cease churning, the answer is “yes,” because the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 6 have both been allegedly sighted in the production wilderness.
An iPhone in Australia is apparently as popular as a hot dog vendor at an American baseball game. So much so, the Australian Treasury Department has dumped the BlackBerry in favor of the iPhone, a move that many an iPhone fan has made at some point in his or her
Many iPhone fans already feel their device is out of this world, but a new pending patent from Apple seems to suggest that Apple is about to take that literally–by using solar power. Indeed, a patent application has been submitted which covers a panel that is not only a touch-screen,
There are many things that the iPhone is known for, namely being a patent magnet for its manufacturer, Apple. It has emerged that Apple has scored yet another patent victory, this time for its famous slide-to-lock user interface.
For some inexplicable reason, some iPhone users seem to be intent on jailbreaking their expensive devices. Common sense dictates that this isn’t a wise practice, as jailbreaking programs are often developed by, you know, hackers.
Could a new iPhone be the answer to Apple’s ills? In a note sent to investors yesterday, Katy Huberty, an analyst with Morgan Stanley, made the case that Apple’s gross margin could see vast improvement from the release of the next iPhone, which is said to be the iPhone 5S.