Hot on the heels of news that a “low-budget” iPhone is on the way comes astounding news that the iPhone 5 is now available to everyone, regardless of whether they sign a contract. Indeed, Walmart has made the newest iPhone model available to its customers through its Straight Talk banner.
Apple is indeed after diversifying its iPhone offering with a cheaper version of its flagship handset. Both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg have confirmed Digitimes’ earlier report citing anonymous supply chain sources.
It was back in November that developers at CMA Megacorp tweeted news concerning a possible bug in the iPhone 5′s touch screen interface. “Slide finger back and forth diagonally on screen, [and] input events drop out or stop altogether,” the tweet advised. On the heels of that claim come rumors,
Here is a fresh rumor future iPhone owners will love: Apple is going to roll out a cheaper version of its popular iPhone specifically designed for China and other emerging markets in the second half of this year, the hit-or-miss Digitimes’ sources claim.
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OtterBox, undoubtedly one of the most widely-recognized manufacturer of reputable mobile accessories, was among the first to put out a protective solution for the iPhone 5 after the device was announced last month at Apple's annual fall conference. Amid the four cases that were unveiled, was the popular Defender series case ($49.95), which we'll be taking a look at today.
Having been part of the foundation of Apple (literally), Steve Wozniak remains an influential force. Nonetheless, we wonder if his words can still inspire Apple's future direction as he calls out for another, bigger iPhone model to join iPhone 5.
LifeProof, the clever manufacturers behind the wildly popular iPhone case that proves to me foolproof, recently sent out an apologetic letter to its customers notifying them that the company's native iPhone 5 case is taking longer than anticipated to be designed and delivered to the public.
With a salesman over your shoulder pressing you to include the store’s array of accessories with your new iPhone and the nightmare of early destruction stuck on your mind, especially with the reports of easy scratches on a slate coating that is far from wear-resistant haunting the OCD, it can feel absolutely necessary to be suckered/own first-day protection from whatever collection the store has. Granted, some top-notch cases are offered at bigger retail locations although for the most part choices are limited and sometimes quality is settled on for the sake of urgency.
Looking to own an iPhone 5 that can stand out amongst the crowds? Some zealous experimenters have proven just how effective having the metal portion of the back laser engraved can be while looking stunning in the process. Engraving works equally as well on black and white models, and carries with it a surprising precision against the device's canvas.