Mac guy, meet lawyer guy. An angry iPhone customer, Jessica Alena Smith, is suing Apple because of problems with her phone’s reception.
The consensus among experts in Apple enterprise integration is that the iPhone is coming – so companies should prepare for it now rather than be surprised later.
Apple yesterday released a firmware update for its problematic new iPhone 3G but isn’t saying what exactly the new software does.
Apple is working on an iPhone 3G software fix to address complaints of dropped calls that some users are experiencing, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Best Buy will being selling the Apple iPhone 3G beginning Sept. 7, making it the only retail store in the United States other than Apple and AT&T stores to carry the hot handset.
Global IP Solutions (GIPS) is tossing its development software into the Apple iPhone 3G VoIP ring, the company said.
In the 30 days since Apple opened the doors to the App Store users reportedly have downloaded more than 60 million programs for the iPhone.
AT&T has extended its exclusivity arrangement with Apple until 2010.
The WebKit rendering engine faces plenty of competition from commercial browser engines, ABI Research concluded in a new report this week.
To be more specific, where the iPhone “officially” isn’t. Although you will find numerous unauthorized unlocked iPhones in China and Russia
One week after the launch of the Apple iPhone 3G, Melodis is sharing some results of its music-ID service, available through the Apple Apps store.
Spore Origins, the first part of the videogame franchise Spore in which players start with a single-cell organism and evolve it to be intelligent creature living in a custom universe.
For all of its other successes, Apple has struggled mightily this past year to get iTunes in place throughout Europe.
The cottage industry for used Apple iPhones is no secret, thanks to eBay and a sizable gray market, especially overseas.
Namco Networks and Handmark are making a collection of Namco games available on Research In Motion (RIM) BlackBerry devices under the “Pac-Man Fever” category.
Think of the iPhone 3G and the Instinct, to name just two summertime phone introductions. These sorts of product launches are expected to boost handset sales for 2008.
Apple said that it sold 1 million iPhone 3Gs over the weekend. The highly anticipated handset was released in 21 countries on Friday.
Apple’s launch of the iPhone 3G this weekend started well but quickly developed problems because of the onslaught of simultaneous server connections.
ROCKAWAY, N.J.—By 9:45 a.m., about 100 customers already were lined up near the Apple Store at the Townsquare Mall here, all hoping to purchase a new iPhone 3G which goes on sale today for $199.
Following today’s long-awaited launch of Apple’s iPhone 3G, both Verizon Wireless and Sprint hope to steal a little thunder with high-end phone introductions of their own.
Loopt demonstrated its LBS app for the new 3G iPhone at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) last month, but it is adding some more features –for free.
Japanese carrier Softbank plans to open its store in the Harajuku district at 7 a.m. local time this Friday to accommodate iPhone enthusiasts who just can’t wait to get their hands on Apple’s new 3G handset.
Apple’s iPhone is far from and probably never will be the mobile market leader in unit sales. Nor does it have the industry’s most impressive raw specifications, the lowest price or the widest carrier availability. In the latest version, iPhone 3G, users still can’t cut-and-paste.
According to research firm iSuppli, Apple’s 3G iPhone costs $173 including materials and manufacturing.
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