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iPhone: The iPhone is Apple's line of smartphones. That was also the original name of the first iPhone, which was announced on January 9th 2007 by Steve Jobs during the Macworld Keynote. The iPhone was released to the public in June of the same year. The development of the iPhone started in 2004, was internally called "project purple" and was the fruit of a collaboration between Apple and AT&T. Since then, Apple has released new iPhone models every year, with the iPhone 3G in July 2008, the iPhone 3GS in June 2009, the iPhone 4 in June 2010, the iPhone 4S in October 2011 and the iPhone 5 in September 2012. The iPhone represented more than half of Apple's revenues in 2012.

iPhone 4S/5 spotted with edge-to-edge display?

04/25/2011, Some new images of the next generation iPhone have surfaced online, and while there’s no proof of their legitimacy, they offer us an insight to how the iPhone 4S/5 would look like if it sported a larger edge-to-edge screen (a rumor that’s been...

iPhone 4 caught running on T-Mobile USA’s 3G network

04/24/2011, It was bound to happen. BGR has photos of what is believed to be an prototype iPhone 4 (and white too!) running on T-Mobile USA’s 3G network. This isn’t an unlocked iPhone 4 job. Nope, if it wasn’t a bona-fide iPhone with the proper...

iPhone 5 could sport radical design change

04/23/2011, Former Engadget editor, Joshua Topolsky let loose the dogs on a potential new shift for the iPhone 5 over at ThisIsMyNext. Citing close internal Apple sources, Topolsky says the iPhone 5 will have  3.7-inch screen that reaches edge-to-edge (we’ve...

Husqvarna Automower controlled by iPhone app

04/22/2011, Life is getting easier nowadays. Remember back in the days when you had to walk around pushing the lawnmower under the hot sun just to keep your front yard neat? Boy, times sure have changed. Husqvarna, the creators of the Automower robotic lawnmower have...

EveryScape UScapeit gives you panoramic images on your iPhone

04/20/2011, It seems like everybody is getting into the panoramic game on the iPhone recently. The other day, Microsoft released Photosynth an app that allowed users to easily stitch together photographs to create panoramic images on their iPhones. Now, EveryScape...

How green is the iPhone?

04/20/2011, Well thanks to the folks over at Geekaphone, you won’t have to do the research yourself. They’ve come up with a handy infographic to let us know how friendly the iPhone is to the environment. So how green is the iPhone? Well, it definitely...

Sony Crackle brings free streaming video to your iOS devices

04/20/2011, Sony has recently announced the release of the Crackle video streaming app for iOS devices. The app that is currently available on the PlayStation 3, Google TV and Google Chrome is now on everyone’s favorite shiny objects – the iPhone, iPod Touch...

Your Apple device knows where you’ve been, and keeps a log

04/20/2011, In a recent article, Alasdair Allan is discussing the finding that Apple devices powered by iOS 4+ (iPhones, iPads) are recording a log of your location (including a time stamp). This would come as a surprised to most users. It is conceivable that a small...

RockMelt coming to iOS in the future (updated)

04/20/2011, RockMelt, the web browser with deeply integrated social networking functions that was recently entered public beta last month will be making its way to an iOS device near you in the future. RockMelt has revealed that the RockMelt browser is waiting for...

iOS 5 leaked on video is probably iOS 4

04/19/2011, A few hours ago, a video clip that was claimed to have footage of iOS 5 surfaced online. The video showed a white iPhone (that’s supposed to be the iPhone 5 as well) running a version of iOS that looks very much like iOS 4 – except when it comes...

Apple sues Samsung for being copycats

04/18/2011, You might have wondered what took them so long, but they’ve finally done it. Apple has just put on its gloves and stepped into the ring with Samsung, with reports of the fruity company sending a lawsuit towards the Korean electronic...

Official Moleskine app for iOS doesn’t cost a bomb

04/18/2011, Moleskine has been around for quite some time right now, and even though more people are starting to replace their regular paper notebooks with digital counterparts, writing and drawing on paper still has a place in the hearts of many people. It looks...

iPhone 5 is dual GSM+CDMA, looks like an iPhone 4

04/18/2011, The iPhone 5 will support both GSM and CDMA with the same hardware, but other than that, expect the design to largely resemble the iPhone 4 says Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at Concord Securities. He also says that the antenna has been improved and that the...