The information vacuum surrounding iPhone's rate and data plans leaves us little choice but to speculate.iPhoneFAQ reports that AT&T will require you to purchase an unlimited data plan with iPhone, potentially leaving customers that use little or no data paying extra.
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Apple yesterday released iTunes 7.2 (build 34) which includes the foundation for "iTunes Plus," the apparent name for what Apple is calling the new DRM-free (US$1.
Although it was previously thought that AU Optronics (AUO) and Innolux Display would be the manufacturers chosen by Apple to fabricate the iPhone's "multi-touch" displays, a DigiTimes report citing "sources at panel makers" said the major suppliers for the panels may be "two Japan-based players while an unspecified Taiwan-based company may be a secondary source for the iPhone panels.
Two financial newspapers out of Taiwan, Commercial Times and Economic Daily News, reported on 29 May that Quanta Computer Inc. has been awarded a contract to manufacture the second generation iPhone.
Like a lot of people I bashed the iPhone just after its introduction for having a fixed battery, paltry memory and lack of OTA downloads and iTunes streaming.It turns out that Apple may be pulling their classic under-promise and over-deliver move in a bid to capture a larger share of the mobile phone market and to make a big splash with the iPhone.
File this one in the "extreme gadgets" department. Over the weekend I managed to drive over my iPod.
Apple Gazette has posted their predictions for WWDC 2007. With less than 17 days before the big event it's time to start placing your bets.
Apple today released their fifth security update for Mac OS X this year.The 30.
According to market research firm NPD U.S. PC unit growth for April grew 14 percent overall, including a 19 percent increase in retail sales and a 30 percent increase in notebook computer sales.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said that new MacBook Pros are a "near certainty" to be announced at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) next month.He notes that the last MacBook Pro was launched 209 days ago and that, on average, Apple updates its professional notebooks every 182 days.