As much as he loves living a mobile life, the things about mobile technologies that really frustrate Antoine Wright are the subject of his latest editorial.
JP Morgan released a note retracting the statement from one of its analysts that Apple is going to release a version of the iPhone that will be similar to the iPod Nano. However, the company says a 3G version of the iPhone is quite likely in the coming months.
If an unconfirmed report is correct, Apple is going to release later this year a new version of the iPhone that will be smaller and less expensive than the current one.
When you live in the back side of nowhere, mobile technology takes on a whole new significance.
Two U.S. carriers have been upgrading their cellular-wireless networks to provide faster data transfers. Verizon has completed its move to EV-DO Rev. A, while AT&T has increased the speed of its EDGE network.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the handhelds and smartphones readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. The top of May's list is dominated by new smartphones, but there's also some UMPC-like devices on there.
According to one analyst's estimate, Apple may have sold as many as 500,000 iPhones this weekend. This appears to have strained the system created to allow new users to activate their new smartphone to the point where some experienced long delays.
In his latest editorial, Brighthand's chief reviewer takes on the iHype surrounding the iLaunch of the iPhone.
One of the reasons cited by many for not being interested in the iPhone is that it lacks support for Microsoft's push email system. According to an unconfirmed report, this will soon change.
AT&T has just announced three wireless service plans for the Apple iPhone, which will debut this Friday. These start at $60 a month, and include unlimited data for email and Web surfing.
The Apple iPhone will debut later this week, and some financial analysts are weighing in on what effects they think it will have on sales of current smartphones.
According to an unconfirmed report, Nintendo may be making itself into a possible content supplier for the Apple iPhone in the area of games.
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