Posted on 07 December 2012 by Shane McGlaun
China Unicom has continued to rack up reservations for the iPhone 5 at an impressive pace. The company had 100,000 orders the first day reservations were available and has now racked up 200,000 reservations in three days.
Posted on 17 September 2010 by Shane McGlaun
A patent from Apple has offered a glimpse at the future features for the iPhone and other Apple devices. The AirPlay and AirPrint features will add printing from the iPhone and the ability to wirelessly connect devices like speakers and docks to the iPhone.
Posted on 20 May 2010 by Shane McGlaun
AAA has released a new iPhone app that offers users voice navigation. The app offers fuel prices and more like AAA approved hotels and restaurants.
Posted on 05 March 2010 by Shane McGlaun
The number of remote control dongles coming for the iPhone is growing all the time. The latest offering is the FLPR from New Potato Technologies that turns the iPhone or iPod touch into a universal remote. The device will sell for about $80 at Best Buy later this month.
Posted on 20 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
Cisco has announced a new security application for the iPhone called SIO to Go. The app is designed to allow users to get alerts on new security threats and other info on safe web surfing.
Posted on 17 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
ZDNet reports that Apple may be considering an ad-supported version of the iPhone. The rumor stems from a patent app that Apple filed for forced advertisements.
Posted on 03 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
Last month a SIM card tray turned up claiming to be for the next version of the iPhone. Today a midboard for the fourth gen iPhone has tipped up. It's hard to say if these are legit products or nothing more than a way to get attention. The company promises pics of the back cover for the fourth gen iPhone ... continued »
Posted on 26 October 2009 by Shane McGlaun
TomTom officially launched the iPhone Car Kit in the US Apple Store Today. If you want, your own dedicated speaker/windshield mount/GPS antenna for your iPhone the kit will set you back about $200 and ship in a few weeks.
Posted on 28 September 2009 by Shane McGlaun
Most of us know already that Apple and China Unicom have been in talks to provide the iPhone 3G to the 400 million mobile phone customers in China. Key bits of info were lacking on the initial reports including how much and exactly when the devices would launch.