Items tagged with iPhone

As job perks go, the company phone is a longtime favorite. Next year, more than 23,000 United Airlines flight attendants will be wielding the iPhone 6 Plus, which may result in an improved customer experience and seems bound to result in some... Read...
We’re still scratching our heads over why Apple even bothered with a 16GB iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, especially considering the issues that some users have experienced upgrading to iOS 8. Luckily for T-Mobile customers, Cyber Monday brings with it... Read...
It appears the time is nigh for the iPhone 5C, says MacRumors which cited a report from Taiwan’s Industrial and Commercial Times. According to the report, Apple will discontinue production of the smartphone in 2015. Last year, Apple unveiled the... Read...
Not only is BlackBerry getting back to its roots by releasing a Passport device that harkens back to the company's glory days, it's also willing to get in the trenches and fight aggressively to win... Read...
Apple has been taking its time trying to figure out what to do with its $3 billion acquisition of the Beats brand. Last week, the company announced that it would be launching the first set of headphones, the Solo2 Wireless, since the acquisition... Read...
When the iPhone was first released back in 2007, it took Apple about a year before it opened up the platform to third-party developers. This time, Apple Watch users and developers won’t have to wait until after the device has been launched... Read...
Apple is doing iOS defectors a solid by making available a simple web tool that simplifies the process of freeing up their SMS text messages from being tied to iMessage, Apple's proprietary messaging service. Without doing so, users who switch over... Read...
Just when you thought the ship had sailed for glasses-free 3D displays on smartphone devices, a rumor has surfaced that Apple is toying with the idea of implementing one on its next iPhone handset. As the rumor goes, the "naked eye 3D screen," as... Read...
Microsoft's latest play in mobile is to make Office apps free for iPad, iPhone, and Android devices. That means you no longer need an Office 365 subscription to create and edit content on any of the major mobile platforms as Microsoft makes a push... Read...
In the beginning, AT&T secured an exclusive contract with Apple to carry the iPhone in the U.S., and it stayed that way until Verizon negotiated its way into the party nearly four years later in... Read...
As the wireless wars heat up, Sprint continues to modify its plans in hopes to offer customers the best deal around. Sprint has been especially aggressive in trying to attract iPhone customers with special plans, including a lease option starting at... Read...
If you’re planning to ditch your wallet when Apple Pay goes live, you may not have to wait much longer. Walgreens, which is one of the companies that will support Apple Pay, seems to have sent an email to its employees with a date for Apple... Read...
Apple's design guru Jony Ive isn't particularly loud mouthed or known for a quick temper like some industry players -- we're looking at you, T-Mobile chief John Legere -- but he also isn't afraid to... Read...
Google may be an archrival of Apple, but you know what they say: keep your enemies closer. The search giant has never shied away from producing excellent apps for the iOS ecosystem. After all, a Google user on an Apple phone is still a Google user... Read...
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