Apple has just admitted it's going to miss its self-imposed February deadline to releasing the tools that developers will need to create of native programs for the iPhone and iPod touch, but not by much.
Apple, Inc. has released a firmware update for the iPhone and iPod touch, and while this definitely takes care of a few bugs, it might also pave the way for one of the most significant changes yet to these devices.
Google keeps track of what types of mobile devices use its search service, and company executives were recently surprised to discover that those with an Apple iPhone were at the top of the list by a wide margin.
StyleTap is considering releasing an application that will allow users to run Palm OS programs on an Apple iPhone.
Apple will reportedly lower the cost of both the iPhone and iPod touch in the near future. The price of both models will supposedly decrease by $100.
Apple today launched new iPhone and iPod touch models which have double the memory of their predecessors, the first time either of these devices have had a hardware upgrade. However, not included is a jump to support for 3G networks.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the handhelds and smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks.
In theory, everyone in the U.S. who has an iPhone is an AT&T customer, as this telecom has an exclusive contract with Apple. In reality, more than one-quarter of iPhones have been unlocked so that they can be used with other telecoms.
AT&T is now offering a variety of data service plans for customers who are using Apple's iPhone. These cost less than the plans for consumers, at least until the end of this year.
Steve Jobs has used part of his Macworld Expo keynote address to unveil a pair of system software updates for the iPhone and iPod touch, as well as the iTunes movie rental service.
With the Macworld tradeshow kicking off Tuesday, rumors of what will -- and won't -- be announced are flying thick and fast. According to one report, the Newton-like device Apple is supposedly working on won't be unveiled at this year's show, but something is definitely in the air.
The weeks before the Macworld show are always full of dubious rumors about what will be announced. What is supposedly a leaked transcript of Steve Jobs' keynote speech reveals the MacTouch, a dual screen device that offers many of the features of both a MacBook and iPhone.
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