Just moments ago, Apple has unveiled the iPad's smaller, thinner brother (or cousin, we would even venture as far as sister) in the form of iPad mini. iPad mini seems to strike the right chords with its size, battery life, performance, and price for a tablet of this form factor.
In what seems like quite a childish attempt to undermine the iPhone 5, Samsung today ran an ad in Sunday newspapers blatantly declaring its anti-iPhone 5 view. You haven't seen desperate until you've seen this.
Just moments ago, Apple has pulled the curtain off of the very hotly-anticipated next generation of iPhone. As expected, the device does carry the name of iPhone 5. While being the "most beautiful iPhone yet," it also claims the title of thinnest, lightest, and fastest in more ways than one while taking the jump to a bigger, better 4" display. Join us after the break for a very extensive list of specifics on the stunning iPhone 5.
Along with the major additions teased today at Apple's WWDC keynote, there were also a number of smaller tweaks that, while notable, don't require much depth while explaining. We've included descriptions of such features below.
While the various news outlets of the web may have gotten readers a bit too ecstatic when hyping out the iPhone 5, truth is, there was no iPhone 5 come Apple’s annual press conference. One source says that next year’s iPhone, unofficially and presumably dubbed iPhone 5, will be a
With the release of iOS 5 forthcoming in the very near future, there are quite a few revisions and new features users can look forward to. Even with an extensive amount of additions, iOS 5 is still missing crucial features. Our question to you is: what is that number one
Along with all of the relatively recent hype about the iPhone 5 not being announced this Summer at WWDC, many rumors have been gaining existence and circulating through the vast press world about what this new phone could actually include. Instead of everyone having to skewer the web to find
A user over at the Australian Whirlpool forums by the name fsjk85 claims to have been playing around with his camcorder's NightShot feature when he pointed it at his black iPhone 3G and discovered something he hadn't seen before -- a data matrix code hidden in the left side of the device that wasn't previously visible.