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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.

New Sharp LCD To Focus On The iPhone?

12/16/2010, iPhone rumors seem to be going around every day and after rumors surfaced that Toshiba was building a plant to supply LCD displays to Apple, whispers are that Sharp is spending about $1.2 billion on an LCD factory that will also primarily serve Apple. If...

EA Releases A Slew of New iOS Games

12/16/2010, Electronic Arts has just unveiled a slew of new games for Apple’s iOS platform, which can be played on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad tablet. There’s now Scrabble – FREE, Battlefield Bad Company 2, Game of Life, Cause of Death, Cause...

mSpot Offers Cloud-based Music Storage For iPhone

12/16/2010, There were plenty of rumors that Apple would be providing a music locker service and now mSpot has beaten the fruity company to the punch, offering a free native iPhone app that is already available on the App Store. Users will be able to upload...

iPhone app hacks colorblindness

12/15/2010, The iPhone is already famous for its ability to do a whole lot of stuff, especially with add-ons and what not, but security researcher Dan Kaminsky has other ideas this time around – to develop a fix for faulty photoreceptors in one’s eyes. In...

iBooks Updated with Collections, Printing

12/15/2010, Apple today has rolled out an update to its PDF and EPUB e-book reading app for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad tablet. The new update, now in version 1.2, brings the ability to sort books and PDFs into collections. Now, you can organize your books to...

iPhone’s Graphics Set To Improve?

12/15/2010, With the recent sales figures of Infinity Blade on the iPhone, there’s not much doubt that the iPhone can be used as a gaming platform. With that in mind, Imagination Technologies has acquired Caustic Graphics. In case you didn’t know,...

SlingPlayer For iPhone Now Offers HQ Video

12/15/2010, Good news for iPhone and iPod touch owners out there as the SlingPlayer Mobile app has received a major update, offering you HQ video. You’ll need a Slingbox SOLO or Slingbox PRO-HD device in order to enjoy the benefits and after installing the 2.0...

Google Voice Headed to Non-Phone iPad, iPod Touch

12/14/2010, Google is now expanding its Google Voice service to non-phone devices, which includes the iPad and iPod Touch–both lack phone support and dialer to make voice calls despite the former having a mobile broadband modem via the WiFi + 3G model. The new...

iGrill Wireless Thermometer For The iPhone

12/13/2010, This iGrill is not to be confused with the iGrill that we covered a while back. This device is a grilling/cooking thermometer that offers an app that can be used with the iPhone (just like the million other devices out there). The beauty of this...

Toshiba Building LCD Factory to Supply iPhone 6 LCD Screens

12/13/2010, Toshiba Corp is reportedly investing $1.19 billion to build a factory to produce LCD panels for Apple’s iPhone. The timing of the factory could mean that Toshiba-produced displays could appear in Apple’s iPhone 6. The factory, which will be...

Kenwood Launches CLX-70 iPod And iPhone Speaker Dock

12/13/2010, Kenwood Japan is just launched its CLX-70 iPod and iPhone speaker dock. This designer speaker system uses DTS Envelo speakers and provides three-dimensional soundstage and is powered by a 30W amp. There are various connection options in addition to the...