Are you eagerly awaiting the next iPhone? Thinner, faster and with a bigger screen, the next iPhone is going to sell millions. But collectors won't be interested in that for long when there's a brand new and unopened first-gen iPhone going for $10,000. Screw 4G LTE, this one's got 2G!
The next iPhone's launch is so close that we practically know everything there is to know before Apple's even announced it (assuming the rumors and leaks are all true). One thing you probably didn't know was that the next iPhone will be super thin.
Along with the next iPhone, iOS 6 is going to be a major update for Apple users. With the dumping of Google for its Maps app, Apple's poised to shed another of its rival's biggest services: YouTube.
iPhone fans won't have much longer to wait. With the last leak of parts all but confirming the next iPhone's larger screen and slimmer profile, all ears are now hearing that Apple will announce the smartphone in early September with a launch shortly after.
It seems like we've been waiting forever for the iPhone 5 to make its debut, but now it looks like it's finally happening. These pictures are supposedly of an actual iPhone 5, built up by assembling a collection of repair parts already in the pipeline.
Comical as Samsung and Apple's court feuds over smartphone and tablet design are, there's at least one great thing that's come out of it all: Apple prototypes. Six more early iPhone prototypes have been revealed with designs that bare little resemblance to today's iPhone.
Steve Jobs once said "Good artists copy; great artists steal" and "We have always been shameless about stealing great ideas." So it's not surprising that Apple, now embroiled in a patent war with Samsung over the look of its iPhone and iPad might have borrowed the iPhone's design from another company: Sony.
Fire up your Mac and start backing up your data because today the Mountain Lion roars, and it's going to be loud. Apple's next major operating system OS X Mountain Lion is now live on the Mac App Store. Here are the 9 features we're most excited for.
Yesterday's reveal of an iPad circa 2002 definitely took us by surprise. But those photos were small, slightly grainy and in black and white. Four more photos of the original iPad prototype have surfaced, this time compared to an iPad 2, and in COLOR.
While Samsung and Apple continue to duke it out over patents pertaining to modern tablet design (all of which are quite silly), the court filings have revealed a bunch of photos of an early iPad prototype dating some eight years before it would eventually launch.