After what was seemingly a plethora of brutal, painful months of anticipation, the much awaited iPhone 5 was finally announced by Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company's press conference yesterday. With a taller 4-inch display sporting a slightly higher resolution, support for 4G LTE networks, an improved A6 processor and more, the predecessor to last year's iPhone 4S is certainly a significant addition to Apple's expanding lineup of iPhone devices. What we want to know from our readers is whether the new features warrant a purchase.
Like I said last night, there is still time for companies to slip and let the cat out of the bag regarding the new iPhone models. Late(er) last night, almost immediately after I posted, pictures of the supposed lower-end iPhone 4 were discovered by Gizmodo’s Brazilian counterpart, Gizmodo.com.br – this
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
iPhone 3G owners: Apple has issued a full recall of their Apple Ultracompact USB Power Adapter in the form of an exchange program. They have determined that the adapter is dangerous under certain conditions. Apple says that they have gotten reports where the "metal prongs can break off and remain in a power outlet, creating a risk of electric shock."