Apple 2007 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Apple Articles for 2007

Apple iPod touch (Gen 1) Review

Kevin O'Brien brings us a review of iPod touch, a device that's not just a widescreen media player but a full handheld computer.

Apple iPhone User Review

Apple has finally introduced the iPhone, its long-awaited combination iPod and mobile phone. Nick Spohnholtz was one of the first to pick up this device, and shares with us this[...]

iPhone: Impressive, Yes, but What Does It DO?

In the aftermath of Apple's iPhone announcement, Brighthand's Adama D. Brown uses his latest editorial to take a skeptical look at this upcoming smartphone.

Apple iPod touch First Impressions Review

Kevin O'Brien was able to get his hands on Apple's just released iPod touch, and brings us his thoughts on this hot new model after spending a few hours with[...]

No Third-Party Applications for the iPhone

Despite Apple's announcement yesterday of the iPhone, some of the details of this device are still trickling out. Probably the most significant of these is the revelation that Apple will[...]

Mobile Tech News — Flat-Rate Data Roaming, Free iPhone Publicity, Mobile WiMAX

Vodafone Announces New Flat-Rate Data Roaming Charge Apple Has Received $400 million in Free iPhone Publicity Sprint Nextel to Roll Out Mobile WiMAX Services in Texas[...]

Most Popular Smartphones and PDAs of March 2007

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. There was a strong interest in upcoming models in March, as three of the top ten products[...]

Apple vs. iPhony: Why I Agree with Apple

Recently, there has been much talk about the iPhone and its knock off, iPhony. This is an emulator of the user interface of Apple's upcoming smartphone. In this editorial, Ed[...]

Most Popular Smartphones and PDAs of February 2007

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. Possibly the most interesting shift in February was that all the traditional handhelds on this list improved[...]

Most Popular Smartphones and PDAs of May 2007

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most handhelds and smartphones readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. There was a resurgence of interest[...]

Treo 680s Can Use SDHC Cards, Despite What Palm’s Support Documents Say

In his latest editorial, Antoine Wright shows that Palm's latest smartphone really can use 8 GB SDHC memory cards.

Visions of a MacBook touch

Perry Longinotti from brings us this guest editorial that predicts Apple will announce a "super-size" iPod touch in January.

Mobile Tech News — Photo Dialer, Animated Themes, iPhone Cases, and More

Contact-ing for Windows Mobile Smartphone Released Put Animated Themes on a Pocket PC with FlashThemes Player 2007 Line of iPhone Cases Announced Treos Debut Around[...]

Palm and Handhelds: The Writing Is on the Wall

A few months ago, Ed Hardy asked for people's opinions on what features Palm's next traditional handheld ought to have. He now explains why compiling these into a list of[...]

Apple Returning to the Traditional Handheld Market

Apple has just announced the new iPod touch. As this will include touchscreen input, Wi-Fi, and a web browser, Apple has finally re-entered the traditional handheld market, which has stayed[...]

Apple Might Be Prepping an iTablet

Using expertise gained from the iPhone and iPod touch, Apple is reportedly developing a mobile computer with a tablet design for release next year.

At Long Last, Apple Unveils the iPhone

After years of rumors, Apple, Inc.'s Steve Jobs has just taken the wraps the iPhone, his company's upcoming combination smartphone and iPod. *UPDATED*

iPhone May Be Heading to Vodafone

According to an unconfirmed report, Vodafone may be the sole European distrubitor of the iPhone.

Most Popular Smartphones and PDAs of October 2007

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the handhelds and smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. The top of this month's list[...]

Installing Native Third-Party Apps on the iPhone Getting Easier

Apple has tried to greatly limit the types of third-party software that can be installed on its iPhone, but those who aren't satisfied with these limitations have been working hard[...]