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.
President Barrack Obama will have his second inauguration today. Head over to TabletPCReview to find out how to watch the swearing-in ceremony and attendant speech on your mobile device.
After years of being the coolest kid on the block, Apple may be losing its edge when it comes to impressing the next-generation of smartphone adopters, according to the youth marketing agency Buzz Marketing Group, who claims the Cupertino-company is 'so yesterday' in the eyes of teens.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts in his most recent report (released Tuesday) that Apple will release both the new designed iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S sometime in the third quarter this year. Kuo also notes a number of key upgrades expected to be offered by the iPhone 5S.
Apple investors were spurred into a sell-off yesterday as a WSJ report hinted to dropping demand for the iPhone 5. Today, some analysts have come back to argue that Apple's cut in components was a result of cleaner manufacturing, not a drop in demand.
A recent report from Nikkei announced that Apple has cut orders for its displays for the iPhone 5. The news has caused a bit of panic from investors causing the company's stock to drop below $500 today. However, current market demand for the iPhone 5 still remains in question.
It is appearing increasingly likely that Apple is going to introduce a less-expensive version of its signature smartphone. The latest evidence is an interview with a high-level executive that was quickly altered after it had been published.
The release of Apple's next smartphone isn't expected for months, so details are a bit cloudy. But a new report indicates this device might have a larger screen than the current one.
Despite its running title of "best smartphone in the market" for the past five years, Apple's iPhone seems to be losing traction among critics, as Consumer Reports has rated the company's iPhone 5 as the worst of the top smartphones.
Apple will expand its product lineup with a smaller, cheaper smartphone. That's the prediction of a market analyst, anyway.
Those who use the "Do Not Disturb" feature on their iPhone got a nasty surprise this week: a bug causes it to never turn off. Read more on TabletPCReview.
The iPhone 5 uses a new type of screen that makes the device thin and light. However, the in-cell screen may also have enough problems that Apple is considering dropping it.
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