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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.

Man Arrested For Filming NYC Cop Ticketing Him

05/04/2014, Will Paybarah, a 24-year old who has made New York City his home, was riding his bicycle last March 20th when he was asked to stop by a policeman who was about to give him a ticket for running a red light. In this day and age when social media is...

iPhone 6 Mockup Compared To Galaxy S5

05/02/2014, In the past few days we’ve been seeing our fair share of iPhone 6 leaks, or alleged leaks rather. One of those leaks was provided by Italian website Macitynet and it seems that the website managed to get their hands on yet another image, this time...

T-Mobile Interested In Bringing iPhone To MetroPCS

05/02/2014, Back in 2013, T-Mobile officially merged with MetroPCS and the good news is that thanks to the merger and the fact that T-Mobile is now officially offering the iPhone on their network, it looks like the post-paid carrier is interested in bringing some...

Logitech’s case+ Is A Modular iPhone Case

05/01/2014, Google’s Project Ara is all about modularity. It encourages third party developers to create modules to use with the device, thus expanding the device’s capabilities and ultimately allowing the user to customize it to their liking. Unfortunately it...

Apple Supplying Sapphire To Their Manufacturers In China [Rumor]

04/30/2014, Apple has used sapphire in the past, namely to protect the camera lens on the iPhone from getting scratched. They have also introduced the use sapphire in the iPhone 5s to protect the Touch ID sensor, but according to recent rumors, Apple has bigger plans...

How iOS 7.1.1 Made Touch ID Better And Faster

04/30/2014, So we know that with iOS 7.1.1, Apple introduced several changes and improvements to the operating system, most notably with Touch ID where they reportedly managed to fix issues from before. For those unfamiliar with Touch ID’s issues, there have been...

TechFreeR Head-Fi Combines A Battery Pack And Headphone Amplifier

04/28/2014, While the iPhone’s sound quality isn’t too bad, we’re sure that there are users out there who have high-end headphones that would benefit from an amplifier, especially since the iPhone might not necessarily have enough juice to power such...

Alleged iPhone 6 Renderings Surface [Rumor]

04/25/2014, Based on what we have seen so far in terms of leaked schematics and renderings, it seems that many are under the impression that the next-gen iPhone could sport a more iPad Air-like design. There’s of course no way of telling until Apple actually...

The Feeling Skin Is An iPhone Battery Case And More

04/24/2014, There are numerous battery cases for the iPhone available in the market right now from brands like Mophie and Belkin, just to name a few. There are also battery packs but those are a less elegant solution. However if there’s one problem that most of...

iPhone 6′s Metal Casings Could Be Supplied By Catcher [Rumor]

04/23/2014, With the iPhone 4, Apple introduced a handset made from metal and glass which proved to be a very elegant affair, although the glass on the back was prone to scratches, not to mention very ugly cracks when accidentally dropped. Apple then moved to an...

Apple Sells 43.7 Million iPhones, 16.3 Million iPads In Q2 2014

04/23/2014, Apple has recently announced some figures at its earnings call and according to the numbers, the Cupertino company has managed to sell 43.7 million iPhones and 16.3 million iPads during the second quarter of 2014. However this is a drop from January in...

Fading Carrier Subsidies May Hit High-End Smartphones

04/22/2014, Last year T-Mobile shook things up in the U.S. wireless industry through its “uncarrier” initiatives. Instead of subsidizing phones for customers and making them pay an upfront cost as well as sign a costly two year service contract, T-Mobile...