Pictures that supposedly show un-assembled components of the upcoming iPhone 5S have appeared on the Web. These depict a device that appears virtually identical to Apple's current model.
The results of Brand Keys' annual Consumer Loyalty Engagement Index (CLEI) are in, and it would appear that Apple fans aren't as faithful to the Cupertino clan as they have been in years past. TechnologyGuide has more info.
Apple today announced that more than 25 billion songs have been bought and downloaded from the iTunes Store since it debuted in April 2003. Learn more from TechnologyGuide.
iPhone users pay a higher monthly bill than any other type of smartphone user, and it's not because of their usage habits. However, when you dig into the details, there is actually growing equality between iPhone and Android.
A big jump in Q4 sales pushed Apple to the top of the U.S. phone market for the first time ever.
Samsung has been granted a small victory after losing a costly patent-infringment lawsuit this summer. Judge Lucy Koh found that Samsung did not willfully infringe on Apple's patents, denying Apple the additional damages it requested.
An updated version of Apple's mobile operating system has just been released. This contains a number of tweaks, but can't really be considered a major upgrade.
While the global mobile phone market grew by nearly 2 percent last year, the number of smartphone shipments almost equaled those of feature phones for the first time, as Samsung and Apple achieved record shipments in the fourth quarter of 2012, according to the latest findings from IDC.
During the last quarter of 2012, Apple hit the trifecta: it sold more iPhones than ever before, enjoyed a higher quarterly revenue than ever before, which then led to a greater quarterly profit than the company had ever seen before.
There has been a spate of rumors in the past few weeks about Apple's plans for upcoming smartphones. Some of these say the company is developing a device with a larger screen, other say it is not doing anything of the kind.
The iOS platform maintained its number one sales spot in the U.S. in the final 12 weeks of 2012, due in no small part to users from other platforms switching over to the Apple iPhone.
There's good news for those who want a bigger iPhone: an unconfirmed report coming out of Asia indicates that the company is working on a smartphone with a 4.8-inch screen.
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