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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 seemingly takes text messaging world record

08/25/2010, Remember the British lady who texted her way into the Guinness Book of World Records on her Samsung Galaxy S? Well, it seemed to be a record that went begging to be broken, and to rub salt into the wound, the potential new record belongs to iPhone 4 user...

Android And iPhone Version Of Google Finance Launched

08/25/2010, There are folks who just can’t live without the latest financial information at their fingertips and with that in mind, Google has launched its mobile page for Google Finance, giving Android and iPhone users a unified experience across said...

Google Mobile App For iPhone Gets Push Notifications

08/23/2010, It might surprise folks that it’s taken a little while to arrive, but Google has finally added push notifications to its latest version of the Google Mobile App. The app now sports an icon badge to notify you when you’ve got new mail in Gmail,...

Pinball Magic iPhone Pinball Table

08/22/2010, Want a pinch of nostalgia with your iPhone? New Potato has released Pinball Magic for the iPhone/iPod touch, transforming the device into a realistic-looking pinball machine table that will work with the accompanying app. Pinball Magic comes with flipper...

Nokia Smartphone With RFID Hits The FCC?

08/19/2010, FCC filings for an unnamed Nokia smartphone show an interesting feature. Seems that Nokia has submitted a device that sports RFID support, which could possibly indicate the possibility of future mobile payments via your phone. The phone supports WCDMA on...

Concept: Physical QWERTY Keyboard For The iPhone 4

08/19/2010, While the iPhone is an incredibly popular cell phone, you can bet that there are some folks out there who aren’t fond of using a virtual keyboard to type out their messages. With no hint of an iPhone with a physical keyboard anytime soon, a designer...

Apple Already Uses Liquidmetal In Its SIM Ejector Tool

08/17/2010, If you’ve been following the news, you’ll know that Apple recently licensed some alloy technology from Liquidmetal, and now folks have found out what Apple was using the Liquidmetal for. In case you were wondering, it seems that the...

iPhone Spy Stick Recovers Your Deleted Secrets

08/17/2010, The iPhone Spy Stick might strike fear into the hearts of iPhone users who have something to hide. If the name didn’t give it away already, this USB stick allows the user to recover deleted texts, appointments, searches on Google Maps, contacts and...

Is Near Field Communications Coming To The iPhone?

08/16/2010, Could Apple be looking to bring Near Field Communications (NFC) to its future iPhones? The fruity company has quietly hired Benjamin Vigier, a expert in said field and a person who has worked on mobile payment apps for PayPal, Sprint, Starbucks and other...

AcuTouch 9500 massage chair controlled by iOS device

08/08/2010, The AcuTouch 9500 massage chair claims a first in the world – it will be controlled by a device that is powered by the iOS, which can be either an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. In order to benefit more, there are also downloadable massage programs...

iPhone trumps in Bay Area, BlackBerry is king in New York

08/08/2010, The Retrevo Gadget Census, a report done by Sunnyvale’s Retrevo Inc., has coughed up some pretty interesting nuggets of trivia for gadget lovers, especially those who deal with smartphones. For example, the Bay Area sees no competitor near the...

China Unicom to offer Wi-Fi iPhones

08/06/2010, China Unicom achieves a first from next week onwards with the release of a Wi-Fi-enabled iPhone 3GS – making it the first of its kind in that part of the world, and that alone has also made rumors of the new iPhone 4 smartphone being offered as...