For the more than 600,000 of you who have already pre-ordered iPhone 4′s, Apple thanks you.
People love their iPhones – a little too much, in turns out. With iPhone 4 mania spiking Tuesday, Apple temporarily disconnected some callers who were trying to pre-order the newest generation of the smart phone.
A day after AT&T fessed up to its iPad 3G customers about a security breach, the hacker group that exploited the initial security problems claims more tricks are possible. (Via CNNMoney).
One analyst sees Verizon falling short in its bid to become the first non-AT&T option. And no, it’s not because Charles Barkley’s momma decided to finally pick up the phone.
Gawker reports that a web security group has discovered some holes in AT&T’s network, exposing iPad owners’ personal information to the masses. The reported number of users affected is 114,000, and several famous names are on …
Yes, Steve, your new iPhone looks awesome. But wasn’t it funny when you couldn’t get it to work on stage?
While most of Monday’s tech media muscle went to the new iPhone 4, Apple quietly performed a search switch-up.
As expected, Steve Jobs introduced the next-generation update to Apple’s iPhone at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in California. Here are pictures from Jobs’ keynote and the lowdown on the new device.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the fourth-generation iPhone at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. See more details as they become available with Techland’s live-blog of the event. (via Techland)
It’s a good bet Apple will roll out the fourth generation iPhone at the company’s developer conference today in San Francisco. But hype aside, we explore seven rocky moments from the iPhone’s history.
It’s official: Apple’s iPad is definitely not a flop. The company announced that just 60 days after its release, more than two million iPads have been sold.
The Euro may be weakening. But it’s still beating out the dollar, and global iPad buyers are paying more.