In in a rare departure for tight-lipped Apple, one executive has stepped forward to address rumors that it’s building a cheaper iPhone.
Apple may be developing a lower-end version of the iPhone with a cheaper price tag, and a new report has emerged that claims to know exactly what it will cost.
The late Steve Jobs was one of the leading innovators of the last 20 years. International tributes began just after his death, and a new monument continues that effort.
We're still essentially at the beginning of the innovation cycle when it comes to smartphone apps, but even now there are amazing new apps that offer functions that can seem like magic. The latest of these includes an app the uses the iPhone 5's vibration function in a way that even Steve Jobs never imagined.
The allure of casual gaming on the iPhone has allowed it to displace once dominant devices like the PlayStation Portable. Still, one drawback to iPhone gaming is the touchscreen interface, something that still sends many gamers over to Sony as they hunt for an experience similar to that of their console set-up .
Perhaps he saw the Apple logo on the back and figured it was lunch, but this elephant in a Thai animal park took a liking to a Chinese tourist's iPhone, snatched it out of her hand and swallowed it down.
Maybe you want to record events with your iPhone without holding up your handset and looking like a hapless tourist. Or maybe your intentions are of the covert sort and you'd like to surreptitiously record video for classified reasons. Well, whether you're would-be spy or just easily embarrassed, now there's a solution that actually works.
Using your smartphone's GPS map functions to find your way in the real world, in real-time is a skill that some of us still haven't mastered, no matter how simply the visual information is presented. But now, thanks to augmented reality, using GPS maps can be simple process even for the cartography-challenged.
When Apple released iOS 6 a few months ago, many users were dismayed to find the Google Maps program replaced by Apple's own admittedly inferior mapping program. Now after a nearly three month wait, iOS 6 users can get their beloved Google Maps back with the just released Google Maps for iPhone app.
The sport of Apple rumors is almost as old as the company itself, but now that the iPhone and the iPad are market leaders, every new piece of information is even more exhaustively parsed over. That's why the latest claims made by an analyst fresh from visiting Apple's suppliers in Asia are raising a few eyebrows.