Apple will cease support for the iPhone 4 and the late 2010 MacBook Air (13-inch) on October 31, according to a new report. The third-generation AirPort Extreme and the mid-2009 AirPort Time Capsule will also be made obsolete on the same date.
Oh how time flies. Today marks a momentous anniversary for Apple and its iPhone lineup, and a considerable shift in an entire industry.
If you’re a long-time iPhone user, you’ll know Apple makes improvements to its smartphone loudspeakers almost every year. It’s not too surprising, then, that the iPhone 6 has the loudest speaker so far — but how much louder is it then its predecessors? Find out in the video below.
According to a new report from The Times of India, Apple has stopped taking orders for the iPhone 4 from Indian retailers and dealers. This indicates that the smartphone has reached its end of life status in the region after the 8GB model was recently relaunched with a price tag of Rs. 20,000 ($333).
According to analyst estimates, Apple sold its 500 millionth iPhone in the last few weeks, marking an important milestone since the device’s introduction in 2007.
Apple released iOS 7.1 today to iPhone owners with an iPhone 4 or newer. While the new version runs spectacularly on the iPhone 5s, customers with an iPhone 4 may be wondering whether the update will improve or degrade their experience. According to Ars Technica, the experience is an improvement over iOS 7.0, but it still isn’t great.
Apple has started selling the iPhone 4 in India again, in an attempt to battle falling iPhone sales in the country.
The highly anticipated untethered jailbreak for iPhone 3GS, 4, and iPod Touch 4G users was released this morning, but with a little snag that kept the iPhone 4 GSM users from completing the untethered jailbreak and sent them into a reboot loop.