In this episode of the Man vs. iPhone, we go deep into the jungles of Cupertino where the mysterious white iPhone 4 has been spotted in it's natural habitat. According the folks at Pocket-lint, at a press event in New York City a man was spotted carrying around a white iPhone 4, and while the man didn't want to reveal any personal details, he did share some potentially valuable information about the white iPhone 4 shortage of 2010.
On the heels of a near-riot over demand for unlocked iPhone 4 units in China comes another turmoil in neighboring Hong Kong, where many customers of Apple’s online store there are finding their iPhone 4 orders cancelled.
Apple is rightfully proud of their Retina Display technology first introduced in the iPhone 4 and now carried across to the iPod touch, and they’ve chosen their latest television commercial to tout the feature.
Verizon Wireless started its new Trade-In Program today, allowing you to send in your old device to score a Verizon Wireless gift card for the amount of the appraised device. And oddly enough, they are accepting iPhones as a part of this trade-in program, too. This means you to send in your iPhone 4 32GB model and get $212 gift card.
If you don’t have any friends with a FaceTime-equipped device but still want to enjoy mobile video calling, there’s a new option that’s just hit the App Store in the form of Tango, available for both iOS as well as Android.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Apple releases a new iPhone model and the demand almost immediately overwhelms the actual supply. This time, however, the location isn’t the U.S. but rather China, where the device went on sale over the weekend and crowds swarmed in to get one.
Many Apple fans around the world wouldn't be able to go a day without their beloved iPhone, and it appears that South Korea is no exception. Today KT Corporation, the local carrier of the iPhone in South Korea, announced that there have been one million iPhones sold in only 9 months.
On the heels of a survey this week that claims most iPhone users in the U.S. are perfectly content to stick with AT&T should Apple’s handset wind up with other carriers, the telco’s CEO also appears to be thinking, “Don’t worry, be happy.”
It seems that no matter how popular the iPhone 4 has turned out to be, it would appear that so long as the smartphone availability remains exclusive to AT&T, its marketshare's gonna take a beating. According to a report from market watcher ComScore, Apple's share of the American smartphone market is dwindling, despite strong sales of its flagship mobile phone. The report revealed that during a three month period ending last July, Apple's smartphone market share dropped by 1.3 percent while handsets powered by Google's Android OS clawed an extra five percentage points out of the American people.
Lacking in some Vitamin C these days? What about candy-coated and stylized iPhone 4 shells? Well, we've got you covered in both areas with this box of fresh Speck cases. Inside, there's four Speck CandyShell cases, two Speck Fitted cases, and a rolled up, reusable grocery bag that you can use at the farmer's market or grocery store to pick up your favorite fruits and veggies.
All you have to do is comment here on the site with the color of each iPhone 4 case featured in this week's Best Case Scenario in the correct order that they appear. And don't worry if you think the color is wrong--close guesses still count! We'll announce the winner, chosen at random, here and on our Facebook page at 4:00 PM PDT Friday afternoon. Stay tuned to see if you've won!