Contrary to popular belief, AT&T has today released a press release stating that customers that currently have an unlimited data plan will be able to grandfathered into an unlimited data plan despite the newly-added support for 4G LTE with the introduction of the iPhone 5.
AT&T has revealed that it will not charge users a premium for using FaceTime over a cellular connection, but instead will require those who desire to do so to be on one of its new Mobile Share data plans. iOS’ popular device-to-device video chatting feature was previously limited for use
The original iPhone was introduced five years ago in 2007 - today marks a milestone for the device. Cricket Communications has announced that it will offer Apple's smartphone without a contract and with an unlimited monthly plan - the first prepaid plan in the United States.
Following the announcement that the iphone 4S would be a “world phone”, in that it will support AT&T, Verizon Wireless and most recently added, Sprint, the last of the carriers has announced that it will be offering unlimited data plans for its iPhone customers. As CNET reports: ‘”We will be
Rob Shoesmith, an app developer at MEDL Mobile and ambitious fellow, has an extensive plan in place to be the most outrageous person to ever wait in line for a product. Shoesmith is going to wait in line at the Covent Garden Apple Store in London, one of Apple’s premier
DigiTimes has published a list of component manufacturers for the next iPhone which is believed to be released this summer. The list doesn't reveal much about the device, although it does make reference to a 3.2 megapixel camera, which has been rumored to be in the next iPhone. DigiTimes claims that the suppliers intend to start shipping units in May, with the first batch estimated around 5 million units. Jump to the full story to see the component list below.