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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.

Turn your iPod touch into an iPhone with the Apple Peel 520

01/26/2011, Yoison has just unveiled their next generation Apple Peel and it now supports the latest iPod Touch as well as the third generation model. In case you didn’t know, the Apple Peel is a special case that when fitted with a SIM card and attached to...

Turn your iPhone into an RC toy controller

01/25/2011, Steve Jobs pretty much meant using your iPhone for everything when he said “there’s an app for that”. In this case, we’re talking about controlling an RC car with your iPhone. Sure you won’t be able to do it without the help...

Pegatron to make 10M initial iPhone 5 units

01/24/2011, Word is going around that Apple is confident enough of Pegatron to allow it to manufacture the iPhone 5. The company is set to churn out at least 10 million to 12 million CDMA iPhone 4 units and has apparently been chosen to come up with at least 10...

iPhone 5 will have more Taiwanese innards

01/21/2011, For those who think that Japan is finished as a manufacturing power, think again – the iPhone 4 might be designed in California and assembled in China, but most of its insides are made in Japan. Well, not for long though as Apple has plans to move a...

iPhone new multi-touch gestures demonstrated

01/20/2011, There have been plenty of reports and rumors on multi-touch gestures being implemented on Apple’s iPhone. Such a feature might be very useful on the iPad, as it has a much larger display, giving you plenty of room to swipe, but how useful would it be on...

iDOS returns to the App Store

01/20/2011, For those of you who missed out on purchasing iDOS when it was released on the iTunes App Store last October, and then quickly taken down, guess what? You’ve been given a second chance to download it. For some strange reason, Apple has allowed the...

The TankBot looks nothing like a tank

01/19/2011, MyDeskPets has just announced that they will be selling a new iOS-controlled robot toy. Called the TankBot, this robot comes with a pair of tank treads that allow it to move over any sort of terrain. It contains infrared sensors that can detect its...

T-Mobile Netherlands offers free iPhone unlocks

01/18/2011, The Dutch tend to do things differently, and if the latest news of a mobile carrier from the Netherlands is anything to go by, you know it will offers an alternative viewpoint from what most people are normally used to. After all, a city that legalizes...

Apple uses multi-GPU in iPad 2 and iPhone 5?

01/17/2011, Never mind that Steve Jobs will be taking a step backwards in his official capacity at Apple to concentrate on his health – we know that the company’s roadmap for the year ahead is more or less set in stone, what with the iPad 2 and iPhone 5...

Project HiJack uses the 3.5mm jack on the iPhone to connect sensors

01/17/2011, Folks who have been thinking of creating accessories that use Apple’s proprietary dock connector might be scared off by the costs associated with it. Of course, some folks have got around it by using the 3.5mm headset jack at the top of the iPhone, such...

Beacon turns your iPhone into a universal remote

01/14/2011, What’s the best way to stop misplacing the TV remote? Why, turn your precious iPhone into a remote of course! That way you will never ever misplace it again. I mean if you have a $700 remote, I’m pretty sure the last thing you would want to do...

Nike+ GPS iPhone App Update with Tag Game

01/14/2011, Nike is updating its popular Nike+ GPS iPhone app with the addition of a virtual Tag game. Inspired from the traditional childhood game of tag, runners will compete against each other based on distance, time or who runs last, the goal is not to be IT....

Punch Plugs Review

01/13/2011, To headphone makers, this must feel like a golden age: Apple alone has sold more than 275 million iPods. On top of that, hundreds of millions of other pocket musicians roam the world – wanna-be iPods as well as smartphones with built-in MP3 players. So...