Posted on 21 August 2012 by Shane McGlaun
A new photograph has hit the Internet that claims to show a new, smaller docking connector for the iPhone 5. The docking connector is roughly 1/4 the size of the original iPod docking connector.
Posted on 02 August 2011 by Shane McGlaun
Another rumor has surfaced that claims that the iPhone 5 will launch in Canada on October 1 2011. The tip comes from a leak for Telus. We still have some rumors that point to the iPhone 5 launching in September. It wouldn't be unheard of for a moths delay for Canada though. We have also heard the iPhone 5 will ... continued »
Posted on 28 July 2011 by Shane McGlaun
A photo has leaked that shows the back of a white iPhone. The image you see attached below is supposedly the iPhone 4S said to have the same hardware as the current iPhone 4 with a plastic housing.
Posted on 02 June 2009 by Budi Putra
If it's true, the 4GB iPhone is a bit of a surprise, since users need more storage space to accommodate many tempting apps for the iPhone. We are certainly expecting 32GB model right now (and we have had 8GB and 16GB for a long time), but 4GB?
Posted on 31 May 2009 by Budi Putra
Hell yeah! It's the first images of the next generation iPhone Video in the wild! The more I'm learning from the handful of [blurry] pictures that have just posted on a Hong Kong blog, the more I'm convinced they are the real deal: the magnetic compass, autofocus camera, video recording capability, MMS capability, CPU log/activity, along with some other new ... continued »
Posted on 28 May 2009 by Chris Davies
Parts purportedly for the next-generation iPhone Video have appeared for sale on a Chinese wholesale site. Both screen bezels and LCD panels for the the third-gen iPhone Video are listed, with shipping expected to begin "within 5 to 12 working days".
As well as the listings, there are comparison shots with existing parts for the iPhone 3G. While there's no telling ... continued »
Posted on 25 May 2009 by Budi Putra
A user on MacTalk forum has just discovered Apple’s icon for the next generation iPhone, but --as revealed by the screenshot below-- it looks pretty much the same as the icon for the current iPhone 3G.
Posted on 22 May 2009 by Chris Davies
Vodafone retail staff have been alerted that the iPhone 3G 16GB has apparently been classified as End Of Life (EOL), with stock accordingly limited. The news comes courtesy of supplier Brighthand, who warn that there is only "a few weeks stock available" of the Apple smartphone.
Recently there has been much made of ongoing rumors that Apple is preparing to announce a ... continued »
Posted on 22 May 2009 by Chris Davies
T-Mobile Austria have added a placeholder for the "iPhone 32GB", seemingly a version of the Apple smartphone with twice the storage of the current top-end model. The handset appears under the carrier's "Coming soon" section, though without any image, detail of pricing or specific launch date.
Clicking on the "Details" button leads to a page with no information about the handset.
A ... continued »
Posted on 27 April 2009 by Chris Davies
According to the latest leaks, Verizon and Apple are in discussions regarding a new iPhone for the carrier, which would be launched in 2010. USA Today quote "people familiar with the situation" who claim discussions between Steve Jobs and Verizon began a few months ago.
While USA Today suggest a CDMA iPhone would be the likely result, Apple's recent financial conference ... continued »
Posted on 08 April 2009 by Budi Putra
Okay, so it's another June launch tipped: Taiwan-based handset component suppliers have begun shipping parts for the next-gen iPhone that Apple is likely to launch in June. Our sister site, SlashGear, reported:
Posted on 06 April 2009 by Chris Davies
According to Apple Insider, the upcoming iPhone 3.1 - tipped in the latest Apple firmware leak - will use the Broadcom BCM4329 wireless chip. That chip is known to support advanced power saving features, WiFi draft-n and FM receiving and transmitting, suggesting the new iPhone may be able to stream music to a car stereo.