On the heels of Apple’s third-quarter results earlier this week, U.S. wireless partner AT&T has just announced their own second-quarter revenue -- and they’re wearing a smile, with lots of new iPhone activations and 10 times the number of iPhone 4s sold compared to last year’s iPhone 3GS.
There was a collective sigh of relief when a new version of Skype showed up in the App Store on Wednesday, adding iOS 4 multitasking and the ability to run the app in the background, allowing you to receive calls or chats anytime. There’s just one problem: It doesn’t work if your device is jailbroken.
CultofMac is reporting that T-Mobile USA is incredibly close to striking a deal that would bring the iPhone to the carrier in the fall. If this rumor is indeed true, than that would mean that Apple has ended its exclusive relationship with AT&T and is now in an "open relationship."
When is a flashlight app not a flashlight app? When it's just a clever disguise for another kind of app all together. In a move making him both a credible developer and a geek outlaw simultaneously, fifteen-year-old app developer Nick Lee submitted a humble Flashlight application for inclusion in the iTunes App Store that was actually a deviously hidden tethering application.
EA has just detailed 7 new iPhone and iPad games, and we tried them all. Some look like sure winners and others already feel dated. Follow along after the cut to check out Madden NFL 11, R-Type, Reckless Racing, Risk, The Sims 3 Ambitions, SimCity Deluxe, and Yahtzee.
From the way that Apple’s “Antennagate” PR crisis has unfolded in the media, you may be surprised to learn that the bad press is not equating to lost sales. But despite that, it’s still going to cost Apple a hefty sum of cash to appease customers with free cases.
Streaming music service MOG has launched a mobile application that will enable iPhone and Android users to access over 8 million songs over 3G and WiFi. While the service won't enable users to download music and store it internally, there is a subscription fee of $9.99 a month that gives access to all content, anytime, and a free 3-day trial for newcomers.
If you frequently use FileMaker Pro databases on your desktop computer but have been frustrated that there’s no mobile solution, your prayers have been answered: Apple subsidiary FileMaker, Inc. has just released both an iPhone and an iPad edition of FileMaker Go into the App Store.
Well that didn't take long. After finalizing the purchase of beleaguered mobile tech company Palm back on the first of July, Hewlett Packard has already filed the company's first patent under the banner of their new acquisition. Will HP's newly acquired webOS be able to gain traction in a mobile market that at this time belongs to iOS and Android?
With last week's press conference and the drama consuming Apple-watchers' attention around the world, not much truck has been paid to the whereabouts of the white iPhone 4 of late. After all, if they can't get the black on sorted out, who needs the white one? Fortunately, Engadget has taken the time to explore what's been holding up the release of the white iteration of the handset. What does their Magic Eightball tell them?