Some interesting thoughts over on the LA Times about Apple's product range, and the worries that some analysts are having over customers looking to purchase 'older' iPhone models such as the iPhone 4 or the iPhone 4S instead of the latest handset, the iPhone 5. This lowers the average retail price of the handset, reducing the short term profit of the new users.
(1 month and 20 days ago)
This is the $16 'Pistol Style Protective Plastic Case' made for the iPhone 5. It looks like a copper gun. Kind of. Mostly it just looks ridiculous. I must have one. Plus if we order 3 or more we can get them down to $14.50 apiece. It's the kind of iPhone case I imagine the Joker would carry if the Joker had an iPhone instead of a chattering teeth landline because the man...
(21 days ago)
Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage Tuesday at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference. Though—unsurprisingly—he spilled no Apple secrets, Cook did manage to leave room wide open for Apple to introduce a lower-priced iPhone, and reiterated some common company tropes about its focus and goals. The future of the iPhone Cook didn’t address rumors about Apple...
(4 months and 6 days ago)
The Japanese tech blog Macotakara is reporting a rumored "cheaper" iPhone made out of polycarbonate plastic in a variety of colors to be priced at $330. The most interesting thing about the rumor to me was Macotakara's headline (badly translated by Google as, "The cheaper version iPhone, iPhone for POP instead of iPhone cheap?") which contrasts the goal of the new product as...
(3 months and 19 days ago)
Samsung have produced a great phone in the Galaxy S4 but there are reasons for saying the Apple iPhone is still the better product. Is that clutching at straws?
(30 days ago)
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Apple is under intense pressure to demonstrate innovation didn't end when Steve Jobs died. For some, that means new product categories; for others, that may mean a bigger iPhone. Citing four people with knowledge of the situation, Reuters reported the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant is looking at making a 4.7-inch version of the iPhone, a 5.7-inch...
(5 days ago)
APPLE could adopt a bold redesign for its next iPhone by utilising a curved high definition display which ditches the product's iconic home button.
(2 months and 4 days ago)
The Infinity Cell is a kinetic charger for the iPhone that uses your body's movement to generate electricity. The current prototype for the Infinity Cell is a crude 3D printed rectangle, roughly the size of a pack of cigarettes, linked up to the iPhone with a cable. The plan is to create a more streamlined version during the product's Kickstarter campaign.
(1 month and 25 days ago)
The Steve Wozniak iPhone opinion over why Apple's latest product, the iPhone 5, brings to light why the company may not be as dominant as it once was. Once considered the major innovator in the smartphone space...
(4 months and 8 days ago)
It's hard to go a day without some rumor about when the new iPhone is going to arrive, but a consensus seems to be forming that Apple is targeting July for the iPhone 5S. That would be just 10 months since the iPhone 5 -- the shortest gap between iPhone introductions -- but whether it reflects the change in strategy many Apple agitators are asking for remains to be seen.
(2 months and 22 days ago)
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