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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.

HTC Aria crammed into Game Boy, with fake iPhone 4 involved somehow

12/29/2010, Casemods are generally cool, but some of them are just plain strange and don’t make sense. We’re talking about Goteking’s Game Boy that has apparently been hollowed out to offer space for a HTC Aria. There is also a white iPhone 4 dummy involved...

Apple wins patent for its rotary dialing interface

12/29/2010, You might remember the fake iPod rotary phone design that Steve Jobs joked about during his 2007 keynote. Well, it turns out the folks over at Apple have a sense of humor too as the fruity company has been granted a patent for such a design. In case you...

8mm Vintage Camera app makes your videos look retro

12/29/2010, With popular apps such as Instagram and many others, folks are getting back into the feel of sharing media that look like they were captured on vintage equipment. If you wanted to give your iPhone-captured videos that retro feel, the 8mm Vintage Camera...

Sanwa iPhone and iPad HDMI adapter

12/28/2010, Thinking of another way aside from AirPlay and Apple TV to get your videos from your iPhone/iPad into the TV? The folks over at Sanwa are now offering an adapter that allows you to hook up your device to the HDTV via an HDMI cable, allowing you to easily...

iPhone production up to 21M in Q1, thanks to CDMA iPhone?

12/27/2010, The CDMA iPhone rumors just refuse to die off and now reports are in that Apple is rather optimistic for 2011. The company is reportedly planning to ship five to six million CDMA iPhones between January and March, and has also increased the production of...

Softbank offers NFC sticker for iPhone 4 in Japan

12/27/2010, With 2011 just around the corner and Google’s Nexus S featuring an NFC chip, many folks are speculating that 2011 may see a spike in interest in NFC technology. Of course, the technology is already pretty popular in Japan with its FeliCa payment system....

AT&T slashes refurbished iPhone 4 prices

12/26/2010, Do you love pre-loved units of consumer electronics? If the answer is in the affirmative, then you will be pretty happy to know that AT&T has made available refurbished iPhone 4s on a 2-year contract inclusive of new voice and data plans for $50...

Camera+ 2 app returns to App Store

12/23/2010, iPhone users out there might remember the popular Camera+ app that was originally offered for $0.99 on the App Store, only to be pulled later due to a useful hidden feature that violated Apple’s terms. The previous app had a hidden feature dubbed...

Navigon 1.7 for U.S., North America Now Available in App Store

12/22/2010, Navigon for Apple’s iOS platform has been updated to version 1.70–the U.S. and Canada map edition is on sale now for $45 and the app is available as a free update for those who have previously purchased. The updated app was announced...

Octopus iPhone charger sticks to the back of the phone

12/22/2010, iPhone users out there already know that the phone’s battery tends to run out pretty fast, and as such, external battery solutions are quite common. If you don’t want something that slips onto your iPhone like the Mophie Juice Pack, you could...

World’s biggest iPhone cheated its way there

12/20/2010, Who is the manufacturer behind the world’s biggest iPhone? Well, we won’t be surprised to hear that it is Apple, but wait a minute – isn’t the iPhone something small that can fit into your pocket? Well, not in this case, as the...