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Police want to interview an O2 shop assistant after a shipment of iPhone 5s was stolen ahead of the Apple handset going on sale this morning.
Apple's u-turn on EPEAT signals that the company is not impervious to consumer & stakeholder pressure on green issues after all. Will Apple now be reconsidering its refusal to participate in O2's eco rating program? Will O2 up the ante to get Apple into their rating scheme?
Mobile network operator O2 has launched a leasing scheme designed to target consumers and small businesses that want to use the latest Apple iPhone but without commiting to a long-term contract.The company announced the 'O2 Lease' scheme, which is available to business and consumers, on Saturday.
O2 launches the UK's first sustainability consumer eco index for mobile phones. However, Apple has refused to disclose performance information for the iPhone and RIM will only be ready to have Blackberry join the initiative sometime next year.
O2 has become the first UK operator to implement an eco rating system for mobile devices from various manufacturers.The scheme has been backed by six major mobile manufacturers, including Nokia, Sony Ericsson, HTC, LG, Samsung and Palm, but other big players such as Apple are absent from the list.
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As Apple reveals Vodafone's iPad price plans...
Vodafone and O2 have announced plans to carry Apple's iPad tablet in the UK from the end of May.In almost identical statements sent out on Wednesday afternoon — indicating that Apple is now writing its operators' press releases for them — O2 and Vodafone said they "will offer dedicated iPad price plans for all models from the end of May" in the UK.
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O2's exclusivity on the Apple handset will draw to a close by the end of the year, as its France Telecom-owned rival wins the right to sell the iPhone in the UK
Cellphone provider Orange has announced a deal with Apple to sell the iPhone in the UK, a move which will see the end of O2's exclusive deal. How long until Apple does the same in the US?
Apple is charging O2 the same wholesale rate for this year's mid-range iPhone as it did for last year's top-end model, the operator has said
One of the many details announced in the Apple WWDC keynote, going on at the moment, was that O2 is one of the iPhone carriers who will allow tethering.Tethering allows the handset to be used as a mobile broadband modem for a PC.
Ronan Dunne, O2 UK's chief executive, discusses how the operator won the iPhone contract, his thoughts on 3G's killer app, whether NFC on mobiles will take off and the company's LTE roadmap
Apple plans to release a cut-down Nano edition of its iPhone 3G before the end of the year, according to a report in the Mail Online on Sunday. The phone will be offered by O2, the Daily Mail site said, quoting an unidentified "industry source".
When O2 announced it's tariffs for the Apple iPhone they conveniently skipped over what they meant by unlimited data by saying that "it was subject to their fair use policy" that allowed upto 1400 internet pages per day to be viewed. What they don't tell you is that in O2s opinion each page would only be 4-5kb in size each as their limit is 200mb per month.
It is pretty obvious that Apple is working on future iPhone models and there has been lots of speculation that a 3G model would be released in Europe this year. However, as confirmed by the O2 UK iPhone announcement from earlier today the first European model will also be 2.5G (EDGE) just like the U.S. model. Upon further questioning at the UK announcement, Jobs did confirm that a 3G model will be released before the end of 2008. He also stated that the reason 3G was not included in the first iPhone was the battery drain users would experience with the 3G radio. Honestly, as much as 3G would be nice on the iPhone I agree with the compromise Apple made for the first edition, especially given the fact that the iPhone battery is non-removable. If they had used a removable battery then they could have included a 3G radio, like Windows Mobile and S60 devices.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs appeared in London on Tuesday to announce the U.K. arrival of the iPhone, which is set to use the O2 network.
The much-hyped mobile device will be available to buy from 9 November, through Apple, O2 and The Carphone Warehouse
Speaking at the company's "Mum is no longer the word" event at the Apple Store on Regent Street in London, company CEO Steve Jobs announced that Apple will begin offering the iPhone in the UK on 09 November 2007 for £269 including VAT.Apple's carrier partner is O2 (the U.
AT&T won the right to offer the hype-worn iPhone in the US and it looks like Spanish-owned operator O2 will get the same chance in the UK -- now the bets are on for which of the operators will bring the Apple handset to Aussie customers.While there is no confirmed date for when the iPhone will launch in Australia -- save for a vague "early next year" -- as expected, neither Apple or the operators themselves are giving anything away.
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