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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.

eBooks Now Outnumber Games In The App Store

03/09/2010, If you needed additional information to convince you that eBooks are getting more and more popular, just check out the latest stats from Mobclix, a mobile device advertising agency. Now it seems that the number of eBook apps have outnumbered games for the...

Jade Polish Rainbow Case For iPhone From Caze

03/09/2010, If you want to adorn your iPhone with luxury items such as diamonds or gold, but can’t afford to pick up the iPhone 3GS Supreme, you could always go down the budget route and check out the Jade Polish Rainbow case for the iPhone 3G and 3GS by Caze....

Is The Red Dot On The iPad Advert A Camera?

03/09/2010, Despite the Apple site not mentioning anything about a built-in camera for the iPad, the camera rumors (and conspiracy theories) just won’t seem to die off. Now some folks have noticed that there is a tiny red dot in the latest iPad advertisement,...

iPhone stabilizer project

03/09/2010, Have some time to kill on your hands and want to take the best possible images using your iPhone’s camera? Might we suggest this DIY iPhone Stabilizer – while the instructions themselves are in Japanese, there is always a handy online...

iPhone controls Hexapod

03/09/2010, The iPhone is a wonderful handset, where yet another application for it would be to control a Hexapod robot via user inputs. This is made possible thanks to robotics student Robert Stephenson who came up with the idea and subsequently, program. The...

China Unicom To Introduce iPhone With Wi-Fi In China

03/08/2010, If you bought a China Unicom iPhone in China, you’ll most likely have noticed that it doesn’t offer Wi-Fi, as it was initially disabled for the Chinese market, thanks to government regulations that favored the home-developed WAPI security...

Infiniboard To Offer Vertical Scrolling On The iPhone

03/07/2010, If you own a jailbroken iPhone and are looking for a new app to test out, you might want to check out Infiniboard, which has just appeared on Cydia. This little app allows you to scroll through your iPhone app pages vertically, instead of the default and...

Is O2 UK Hinting That The Next-gen iPhone Will Support Video Calls?

03/06/2010, The lack of video calls has been an irritating issue to many iPhone users who view video calling as an important feature of modern phones. Many rumors have been hinting that the next generation iPhone, the iPhone 4G, will be getting a front-facing camera,...

iPhone Sausage Stylus Comes To The US

03/06/2010, Word was going around that the folks over in South Korea have been using snack sausages, which apparently are electrostatically compatible with the iPhone’s touchscreen, as a stylus for their iPhones, making them especially useful in the winter when...

LED iPhone Touchlamp Concept Charger

03/05/2010, Apple is always famed for its innovative and beautiful product designs, and this latest concept design from ADR Studio, dubbed the iPhone Touchlamp, would certainly fit in well with the designs that Apple usually come up with, if not better. It’s an...

Adobe Photoshop.com Mobile Editor For Android Developers

03/05/2010, Adobe has released an updated version of its Photoshop.com Mobile application for Google’s Android platform, which is good news, and one of the more interesting features of this version is that it allows third-party applications to access the...

Scosche Launches reviveLITE II

03/04/2010, If you liked the original Scosche reviveLITE, then you’ll want to take a peek at the newly announced reviveLITE II. This 2nd generation device still functions as an iPod/iPhone charger with a nightlight, but now has a smaller footprint than the...

Mac Developer License Drops To $99 A Year

03/04/2010, If you’re a Mac developer, Apple has some rather good news for you, as the fruity company has lowered its Mac developer license price to $99, which is a steep drop from the original entry point of $499. There is a downside to this though, as Mac...