It looks like the iPhone 4 is a hit so long as users don't touch the bottom left-hand corner of the phone.
Anyone planning on sitting outside an AT&T store tomorrow for a new iPhone might want to reconsider.
In yet another twist in the ongoing saga of the iPhone 4 pre-orders, it appears that some lucky customers will actually receive Apple's new smartphone a day early.
iPhone users today are patiently awaiting the release of iOS4, Apple's latest version of the iPhone operating system.
You can find a preview of Miley Cyrus' new album in the form of her new iPhone app, which actually does sound like a good deal, if you're into that sort of thing.
While Apple and AT&T may have bungled pre-orders for the iPhone 4 because of high traffic to their websites, it doesn't appear that there will be any long-term shortages of the device.
AT&T blamed yesterday’s iPhone 4 pre-order problems on unexpectedly high demand for the device, citing over 13 million visits to the company’s website.
The iPhone 4 pre-sale appears to be going quite well, as online AT&T and Apple sites were bogged down with requests.
Best Buy Mobile today announced that it will begin pre-sale of the iPhone 4 tomorrow, June 15.
Maybe things got off to a bad start when Apple CEO Steve Jobs said most mobile advertising "really sucks." Then he proceeded to show how Apple will change everything, engaging people with ads within apps. Early this week, he showed
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The antenna on the iPhone 4 is novel enough that Apple CEO Steve Jobs felt comfortable saying it's "never been done before."
AT&T is pushing the latest version of the iPhone with expedited upgrades for its current iPhone customers.
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Apple today will kick off its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote from Steve Jobs and possibly the unveiling of a new iPhone.
Android and Apple are in a battle for market share that is unique among the smartphone players, a situation confirmed by new research from Nielsen.
There may never be a Firefox browser for the iPhone, but the company is working on what it believes is the next best thing.
North America has the highest distribution of both unique Android and iPhone OS devices, according to AdMob's latest metrics.
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