Posted on 01 April 2009 by Alison Spong
Daniel Amir, analyst with Lazard Capital Markets released reports that Apple is to begin production of the largest iPhone yet. The model housing 32GB of flash memory and a low-end 3G.
Posted on 20 March 2009 by Chris Davies
AT&T have announced plans to sell a contract-free Apple iPhone 3G, although they will not allow users pre-pay service but instead still require a standard monthly plan. Both the 8GB and 16GB version of the handset will be on offer, priced at $599 and $699 respectively.
That's a $300 premium over and above the standard, contract price. Assuming you're willing to commit ... continued »
Posted on 15 March 2009 by Budi Putra
Apple have announced a special event on March 17th, where the company will launch the iPhone OS 3.0 Software. One of speculations about what might be coming in the new release is copy/paste ability. Yeah, Digg founder Kevin Rose just confirmed it !
Posted on 14 March 2009 by Budi Putra
Apple have announced a special event on March 17th, where the company will launch the iPhone OS 3.0 Software. As usual, it has triggered a lot of speculation about what might be coming in the new release.
Posted on 12 March 2009 by Chris Davies
Apple have announced a special event on March 17th, where the company will launch the iPhone OS 3.0 Software. As you might expect we'll be live blogging the whole event, kicking off at 10AM PST on the 17th at http://live.slashgear.com/
As well as the new iPhone OS, Apple are also promising the debut of a brand new iPhone SDK. The specific features ... continued »
Posted on 31 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
As everyone is getting together to say goodbye to 2008 and hello to 2009 we would like to take the time to wish all of our readers a safe, responsible and happy New Years. We here at iPhoneBuzz are taking the day off to spend with family and our closest friends. Unfortunately there will be no news on New Years, ... continued »
Posted on 24 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
We here at iPhone Buzz would like to take the time to wish all of our readers a happy holiday season this year no matter what holiday your celebrating. All the recent news and rumors of the iPhone Nano have made our heads spin, luckily the holidays came just in time and now we can relax if only for a ... continued »
Posted on 19 September 2008 by Chris Davies
Apple has announced a product recall for its ultracompact iPhone 3G AC adapter, after some users have reported that the prongs can snap off in the wall-socket and thus present an electric-shock hazard. Adapters from five specific areas are affected: the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico and several Latin American countries.
Anybody with an adapter - either provided with their iPhone 3G ... continued »
Posted on 08 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
The banners unfurled for the "Let's Rock" event slated for tomorrow at 10 a.m. from Apple's Cupertino headquarters and we are as ready as ever. Apple is known for having tricks up their sleeves and this time around they're readily inviting the media, dubbing the event as a "big deal."
We expect to see new iPod nano models that will be ... continued »
Posted on 21 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Say what you want about the iPhone 3G's reception issues--it's a very popular device. And whenever there's a hot new product on the market, others are going to take notice. And if you're looking to make a profit, you'll try to get a slice of the pie. That's precisely what's happening in Japan as several new iPhone-themed magazines hit the ... continued »
Posted on 18 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
You may remember that I reviewed the Pandora Radio app for the iPhone a few weeks ago. You may also remember that I loved it. While Pandora has been around for quite some time, this was its first introduction to the iPhone. But as spectacular as Pandora is, they may have to close their doors soon.
The CRB hit the customizable ... continued »
Posted on 17 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
We end yet another week here at iPhoneBuzz with heaping helping of news to review. There was drama, there was intrigue. But enough with the hype. Let's dive in, shall we?
The week started with news that the App Store had accumulated 60 million downloads, equally $30 million sales. Plus, the first monthly sales reports were released to app developers, giving ... continued »