Best Buy is allegedly tacking on free invisibleSHIELD 4Fix films to iPhone 4 customers complaining about iPhone 4 reception problems. The invisibleSHIELD is really only supposed to cover the front and back of the handheld, though this package also includes transparent films that you affix to your iPhone 4's anttena band. How this prevents iPhone 4 reception loss is anyone's guess.
iPhone 4 users, there may be a solution for your proximity sensor issues. The iOS 4.1 Beta 2 is rumored to be the big update that Steve Jobs promised us at the Apple iPhone 4 press conference weeks ago. But of course, this not based on any concrete evidence, just sheer speculation.
Prior to 2007, Apple was releasing iLife updates annually at Macworld, but they seem to have pushed that back to every year and a half since then. That means it’s about time to cue those iLife ’11 rumors, which could be available in less than two weeks.
You've been asking, and though we don't have an answer for you just yet, we can confirm that there are rumors around the internet suggesting that there may be an iLife and iWork update come September and October. Users searching through Amazon France have discovered that there's a title for iLife '10. The book is supposed to launch on September 23rd.
We’re all waiting (im)patiently for our iPads to get a supercharged update to iOS 4, especially now that we’ve been enjoying said update on our iPhones. Apparently, good things will come to those who wait, but despite recent rumors to the contrary, you won’t have to hit your pocket book to get it.
Today is just filled with drama, isn't it? It's all about the he said, she said it seems, and they're all saying it about the iPhone 4. This time, Apple is denying all the hearsay, responding to earlier reports that the company was aware the phone had antennas problems while it was in production.
If you haven’t heard by now, late Wednesday Apple announced that they would be holding a press conference this Friday, July 16 at 10am PST (that’s 1pm for those on the East Coast). All we know is that the topic of discussion is the iPhone 4, which has lit up the Internet with speculation as to exactly what Cupertino may discuss. MacLife.com has decided to throw our own hat into the ring!
Apple released iOS 4.1 to developers on Wednesday, but if a new rumor is to be believed, they may unleash a 4.0.1 update for everyone as early as today to squash some bugs and most notably, address the signal attenuation issue everyone has been talking about.
Everyone’s favorite Taiwanese tech rumor website is at it again, this time stirring up the recent camera-enabled iPod touch theories again, as well as proposing that a new MacBook Air is also cooking in Apple’s labs for the second half of this year.
With the iPhone 4 antenna problems, Apple could have set itself up for a PR nightmare. With Consumer Reports flip-flopping between "Best Smartphone" and "Not Recommended," what will Apple do? Some crisis management people suggest Apple will inevitably issue a recall of the newest iPhone to smooth things over.