While we’ve been hearing quite a bit about Apple’s plans for a cheaper iPhone over the past few months, the company’s plans to go bigger have been more cloudy.
This is a great opportunity to upgrade your phone if you’ve been waiting for a while, but bear in mind that discounts on iPhones are always a good sign that a new model is coming soon. In addition, there is some fine print.
The first rule of iPhone is that it never, never goes on sale. The second rule of iPhone is that when iPhone does go on sale, it’s only last year’s model, or even older. The third rule of iPhone is that when this year’s model goes on sale, a new model is coming soon.
In the first quarter of 2013, a third of smartphones sold in the U.S. were prepaid, double the amount from the previous year. Apple’s share of the prepaid market? A mere 8 percent.
Despite its sluggish stock price, Apple has topped Fortune’s list of most admired companies for 2013 — just as it did last year.
77 percent of all new smartphones and tablets activated in the enterprise last quarter were Apple devices, according to a new report from Good Technology.
Apple might have some problems keeping investors interested, but consumers are clearly still Apple-hungry for the iPhone.
Apple has updated iOS 6 to fix 3G connectivity problems for iPhone 4S users in Europe. I’m wondering, however, if Apple has a bigger problem.
European carriers Vodafone UK and 3 Austria are now warning iPhone 4S owners to avoid Apple’s latest iOS update due to reported issues with 3G connectivity.
Cook did offer a ray of hope to those who want a cheaper iPhone. But just a ray.
Sure, the iPhone 5 is a big part of Apple’s jump from 35.8 percent market share in the previous quarter, but it’s not the only part.
Walmart has lowered it prices on Apple products — $399 for the 16GB fourth-generation iPad, 16GB iPhone 5 for $127 on contract, and the iPhone 4S for $47 on contract.
By cutting the price of Apple’s iPhone 5, Best Buy is making the enticing new device even harder to pass up.
The iPod Touch is the best designed handheld device ever constructed, and the iPod Nano may have been perfected.
Despite rumors that Sprint was killing off the iPhone 4, the company says it’s still sell the aging iPhone model, but only on its website.
SellCell, the sell-your-old-smartphone site, says that iPhone trade-ins are five times higher in August 2012 compared to the same period a year ago.
Can the average Joe tell the difference between the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S? Apparently not.
While everyone was clamoring over the iPhone 5 today, Apple also dropped another bomb on the market — the iPhone 4 will now be free on contract from AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon.
All signs are pointing toward a new iPhone. Apple is now offering up to $345 for your iPhone 4S, in return for a gift certificate to an Apple store.
The plethora of leaked iPhone 5 parts has makes it easy to visualize what Apple’s new phone could look like, now a new video compares some of those parts to the iPhone 4S.
No fear, iPhone 4S users, you won’t have to go without your precious phones for long. Electronics buy-back site Gazelle extended the amount of time consumers have to send in their gadgets after locking in a quote.
Sprint marked down its pricing on the iPhone 4S today, in what we assume is preparation for the launch of the long-rumored iPhone 5.
If you’ve been dreaming of having a 4G iPhone, your wish can be granted today… sort of.