According to an unconfirmed report, AT&T intends to sell the second-generation iPhone for considerably less than the current one.
Apple is very confident about the success of of the iPhone 3G, as it has reportedly ordered millions of units to be ready in June.
In his latest editorial, Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief gives his predictions on how the smartphone market will fare during the current economic downturn in the United States.
For the benefit of anyone who still has doubts, buried in the software Apple has released to developers is strong evidence that the next generation iPhone will have 3G cellular-wireless networking capabilities.
Wall Street Journal's technology pundit says a version of the iPhone with 3G cellular-wireless access is coming in the next two months.
Rumors on the next version of the iPhone have been coming thick and fast in the last week or so. The most recent of these is the first to say much about what this upcoming smartphone will look like.
The CEO of AT&T Wireless has said that all the smartphones available from that company will support 3G within the near future.
The list of high-level Apple employees who have jumped ship to join Palm has a new entry. Lynn Fox, who was formerly the Director of Mac PR, has reportedly been hired by Palm.
There is little doubt that Apple intends to follow up the current iPhone with a version that offers 3G wireless networking. The only question is when this will happen. In the last few days, a number of industry sources have shed some light on this situation.
Among the most requested software for the iPhone is a suite of applications to allow users to work with Microsoft Office files. One company that's considering developing this is at once the most surprising and the most obvious: Microsoft itself.
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