We know it's only been two months since you first cradled that iPhone 5 in your loving hands, but a new rumor claims that Apple is already ramping up trial production of the next model, which could arrive in the first quarter of next year.
The iPod touch used to lag behind the current iPhone in specs, and the fourth-generation iPod touch was the worst: introduced in 2010, it got a white version and a lower price in 2011, and it’s still for sale—but the totally redesigned fifth-gen iPod touch blows it out of the water. It’s got the same extra-tall 4-inch Retina display as the iPhone 5, the same Bluetooth 4.0 and dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi, the same scratch-resistant sapphire cover on its iSight camera, and an equally gorgeous aluminum unibody, complete with shiny chamfer.
Maybe your Fruit Ninja scores suck. But if you're an iPhone 5 owner, you may finally be able to blame the hardware instead of your clumsy finger swipes. An alleged glitch is appearing on the iPhone 5 and fifth-gen iPod Touch, where extremely quick, diagonal gestures are not registering correctly with the device.
Between labor unrest and the media spotlight on poor working conditions at its plants, Apple manufacturer Foxconn can't seem to get a break -- but it seems the biggest challenge is just making the iPhone at all.
If you thought Apple's recent courtroom victory against Samsung pointed to the end of its patent battles, think again -- the iPhone maker is now attempting to expand its infringement claims to include Android 4.1 itself.
Nearly two months after the introduction of Apple's new Lightning connector, third-party accessory maker Belkin looks to become the first out of the gate with a dock and auto charger for your current-generation iDevice.
Blame it on the preorders? iPad mini fans lined up worldwide to get their hand (you know, because it's so small…?) on Apple's latest tablet, but compared to other product launches, lines were smaller this time around.
Electronic Arts is back for another dose of street racing, and they're inviting you to the App Store to join in the fun -- that even includes iPhone 5 users, who will get a dose of widescreen fun in the latest Need for Speed release.
AT&T has just announced its third-quarter earnings, again proving that not having an exclusive on the iPhone is no big deal as Apple's handset makes up a cool 77 percent of the company's total smartphone activations for the last three months.