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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.

Apple Patent Could Result In Live Call Screening

03/04/2014, The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has just assigned Apple a patent that will entail passive audio call screening ability using an off-site voicemail service, a feature which theoretically speaking, can be applied to various smartphone platforms, the...

Apple Announces CarPlay, Integrates iOS Into Vehicles

03/03/2014, Driving while using your phone, whether it be to answer calls, reply text messages, or even check on Google Maps is not a good idea as it essentially takes your attention off the road which could lead to an accident. Sure there are handsfree kits out...

Apple Reportedly Working On Software Fix For Touch ID Sensor

02/28/2014, When Apple launched the iPhone 5s, it came with a unique feature called Touch ID. It was basically a way for users to unlock their smartphones and make iTunes purchases using their fingerprint. Based on our review of the phone and other reviews on the...

Apple’s Plans For Sapphire Will Be For A “Secret Project”

02/28/2014, We have been hearing a lot about Apple’s plans for sapphire lately. Rumored plans, to be exact. While Apple has not denied their involvement in GT Advanced Technology’s sapphire plant in Arizona, the exact use of the material is still being speculated...

Japanese Man Billed $9,800 After iPhone Gets Stolen In Spain

02/28/2014, We have heard our fair share of bill shock stories in the past, and it seems that this particular (albeit unwanted) phenomenon has yet to be stamped out. Most of the time, “bill shock”, which is the term used to describe a situation where one goes...

Former Apple Exec Apologizes For The First-Gen iPhone

02/27/2014, While phones will full touchscreen displays have been around before the launch of the first-generation iPhone, they weren’t particularly nice to use, partly due to the fact that these touchscreen devices still relied on resistive touchscreen displays,...

iPhone 6 To Have Sapphire Coating, Skips May Release (Rumor)

02/26/2014, It does seem as though both Apple and Gorilla Glass will be kissing each other goodbye when the iPhone 6 hits the market. Apparently, Apple will be making the jump to a sapphire screen-coating for their next generation iPhone, and just in case you were...

iPhone 6 Release In July [Analyst]

02/26/2014, This week has all been about 2014 flagships. At Mobile World Congress many companies showed off the devices that are their new flagships. Apple doesn’t officially take part in this event, its software related announcements are made every summer at...

iPhone Trade-Ins Surge Online Prior To Galaxy S5 Announcement

02/25/2014, 2014 is well underway and a smartphone that’s expected to perform quite well this year has already been unveiled, just yesterday Samsung finally lifted the wraps off of the Galaxy S5. One can expect that existing Galaxy S4 owners will be lining up...

iPhone Survives 82 Days Of Being Submerged

02/25/2014, They say that an accident knows no boundaries, and these people are definitely correct in saying so. The thing is, we on our part, are able to reduce the risk of bad stuff happening in an accident. Take David McGregor for instance – he did hook up...

iPhone Bing App Updated

02/24/2014, Microsoft has just introduced a spanking new update of its Bing app, targeting iPhone users who happen to enjoy this navigational tool. This is a positive development, since it has been several months since Microsoft rolled out a revamped version for all...