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.
Editor’s Pick You probably don’t know that you can spend $180, $350, or even $1,000 on an iPhone app. What you don’t want to know is that your purchase of even the most expensive app doesn’t guarantee you’ll be able to use it for years to come.
According to the rumor, Apple’s new iPhone 5S is already in production.
So you like your iPhone 5 or iPad 4, but want to live outside of the app store’s “garden of pure ideology?” You’re in luck: A group of hackers known as evad3rs has released the first jailbreak for iPhone 5, EvasiOn.
So Apple has top market share in the U.S., and Samsung is close on its heels, that much we know. But the sheer scale of the dominance is simply shocking.
It’s inevitable that Apple will move beyond the iPhone 5′s 4-inch screen — the real questions are how and when.
Strong sales of the iPhone 5 helped push Apple to the top spot among U.S. phone vendors, reports the research firm Strategy Analytics.
Apple chief Tim Cook’s eagerness to respond to the rumors could be a sign that the initial analysis from the Wall Street Journal (and others) was completely off.
Cook did offer a ray of hope to those who want a cheaper iPhone. But just a ray.
Apple missed the mark for iPhone shipments — though it was still a healthy bump from last year.
Those are big numbers, but the even bigger implication is what this means for Apple’s iPhone market share in the key U.S. market.
Amid speculation that iPhone 5 demand has been weak for Apple, a KGI Securities analyst has a positively rosy view of Apple’s holiday quarter.
Half of Americans planning to buy a smartphone in the next 90 days are planning to buy iPhones, according to a new survey from 451 Research.
Apple may have overestimated just how many display panels (and other components) it needed to meet the iPhone 5′s demand.
Given that there are approximately a gazillion Android-based tablets on the market, you’d expect the Android hardware market for tablets would be massively fragmented. Think again.
Walmart yesterday announced that it would become the latest company to start offering a prepaid cell phone service for Apple’s iPhone 4 & 5.
Tim Cook has made his way back to China after the country sold over two million iPhone 5s in its opening weekend, breaking its own records.
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.
The discount wars between Walmart and Best Buy continue to rage — and Best Buy is mad as hell
Looks like Santa likes green robots with colorful googly eyes.
With these two latest private data reveals, this is turning into a unwilling corporate equivalent of an adolescent show-me-yours-I’ll-show-you-mine.
In every year, there are winners and losers: companies, devices, operating systems. Here’s our look at some of the biggest successes and failures of 2012.
While 2012 didn’t have any single products that were as exciting as when we saw the iPad or iPhone for the first time, I have a feeling we’ll look back at this year as a turning point.
SurveyMonkey reveals how twenty-somethings hold their own views on the events that rocked the tech industry in 2012.
Apple has reached the highest smartphone market share ever thanks to strong sales of the iPhone 5, according to the latest sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Most of those five billion chips won’t be in phones, as tablets, sensors, cameras, light bulbs, refrigerators, and more increasingly get connected to the internet.
Conventional wisdom has it that Android market share is growing massively and quickly. According to mobile marketing and advertising technology provider Velti, however, none of that market share is translating to usage share.
Conventional wisdom says that viral videos are supposed to be fairly short. But Apple’s most popular video of 2012 turns out be almost seven minutes long.
The iPhone 5 will be in 100 countries by the end of December.
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.
The iPhone 5 probably won’t sell as much as Samsung’s Galaxy S III this year, but it did win another coveted prize: Time Magazine’s gadget of the year.
Editor’s Pick With the holidays approaching, smartphone theft is on the rise — as I discovered recently when I was mugged at knifepoint for my iPhone 5.
By cutting the price of Apple’s iPhone 5, Best Buy is making the enticing new device even harder to pass up.
Remember when Japanese carrier NTT Docomo was the darling of the wireless world, could do no wrong, and was the subject of every adoring U.S. report on how mobile in Japan rocked in every possible way?
Six months ago, Google says, it started working on a new Gmail app for iPhone and iPad. That’s a long time, but Gmail fans who can’t part with their gorgeous Apple hardware will probably think it’s worth the wait.
From Russia and China to the Ivory Coast and Panama, a huge chunk world is getting the iPhone 5 this December.
Chinese consumers will officially be able to get their hands on Apple’s latest toys next month.
For the first time since the iPhone 4S was launched, Apple is back on top.
“Hi, I’m Ben, and today I’m showing people why Windows Phone is a better match for them than iPhone and Android.”
With Apple still making improvements to its iOS 6 Maps, Nokia could have a chance to capture some of the apps disgruntled users.