The fabled iPhone 5 — or whatever Apple ends up calling its follow-up to the iPhone 4S — may be Steve Jobs’ last hurrah, according to Rodman & Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar.
Cases already available for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5 suggest that it will feature a 4-inch screen, as well as a longer and thinner design than the iPhone 4, reports MacRumors.
An AT&T vice president has apparently confirmed to some employees that the iPhone 5 is set for an early October release, a “high-level”source tells the mobile site Boy Genius Report.
Apple is planning to hold its annual iPod media event on September 7, where it’s also expected to announce the iPhone 5, according to the Japanese site Kodawarisan.
Apple may be interested in purchasing the book giant Barnes & Noble, a flimsy source tells the mobile site Boy Genius Report.
The Apple iPad 2 will receive a slight redesign and be out before the end of the year, according to the latest rumors. The makeover will not include a complete refresh in hardware and could be named the ‘iPad 2 Plus’, according to Boy Genius Report.
Apple hopes to build 25 million units of its next-generation iPhone, the Wall Street Journal reported this morning.
Device manufacturer Pegatron has reportedly received orders to build 15 million iPhone 5s from Apple, according to the Taiwanese news site Digitimes.
Starting the week off with a juicy iPhone rumor, Apple could break with tradition and offer up both an iPhone 5 and a less expensive iPhone 4S later this year, according to Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitmore.
Despite plenty of earlier rumors to the contrary, Apple’s iPhone 5 may end up looking much different from the current iPhone 4, and it may launch sometime in August, according to the mobile site Boy Genius Report.
Apple is gearing up to kick off its Worldwide Developers Conference Monday morning, so it’s no surprise that the Apple rumor mill has been in full effect this weekend. We already know that Apple will discuss iOS 5, Max OS X Lion, and iCloud at WWDC, but the specifics have so far eluded the tech community.
Apple’s unannounced iPhone 5 smartphone has been the subject of much speculation, including a rumor today that Apple will adopt a curved glass cover for its next generation model.
Eventually one of these iPhone 5 rumors will have to pan out, so let’s keep throwing them at the wall: Industry sources say that Apple was originally planning to add LTE 4G capabilities to this year’s iPhone, but chose to delay including the technology until next year, Digitimes reports.
File this one under “well, duh”: Apple is apparently testing out the iPhone on T-Mobile’s network with prototype devices, according to photos leaked to the mobile site Boy Genius Report.
Apple is helping select game developers to gear up for the iPhone 5 by handing out super-powered iPhone 4s equipped with its new A5 chip, 9to5Mac reports.
Here’s the latest round of iPhone gossip: The iPhone 5 may pack an 8 megapixel camera, dual-network antenna, and minor redesign, AppleInsider reports.
We’re hearing more support for the rumor that Apple will be delaying the launch of its iPhone 5 this year: Touchscreen panel makers are saying that Apple hasn’t yet released a production roadmap for the new iPhone, Digitimes reports.
MySpace, the social networking site that once was social networking, could lay off a staggering half of its 1,100-employee workforce, according to AllThingsDigital.
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has returned to active duty at Twitter and is involved in “fixing” the product, according to a report in Business Insider that cites “three industry sources.”