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.
While rumors that iPhone 6 is being actively tested spread through the app developers’ communities like so much celebrity gossip, news has emerged that many iPhone fans may find just as exciting: the iPhone could be getting even smaller. Of course, there some potential catches involved. Appropriately dubbed the “iPhone
There was some previous speculation regarding whether or not Sprint Nextel's pay-as-you-go subsidiary, Virgin Mobile, would offer Apple's iPhone with prepaid plans starting June 29th.
Cricket recently announced that it was beginning to offer the iPhone to its prepaid customers for a slightly more expensive price than the subsidized prices currently offered by major U.S. carrier - this announcement seems to have started an avalanche among prepaid carriers, as Sprint's prepaid carrier, Virgin Mobile, is expected to offer such plans on the heels of Cricket.
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.
The C64 emulator [App Store, $4.99] by Manimo LLC has been updated to version 1.2, adding the ability to purchase a wider selection of 8-bit games. New old titles include Bruce Lee, Cybernoid, Kickstart, Paradroid, Uridium, Druid, Stormlord and Alleykat. More well-known titles are being offered seperately, while less famous titles have been bundled into two six-packs of games.