Talk about jumping the gun. According to the Wall Street Journal, some Chinese vendors on the Alibaba marketplace have already began accepting pre-orders for the oft-rumored iPhone 6. Apple is widely expected to announceÂ the next-generation smartphone in just a few months, alongside the public release of iOS 8.Â
There hasÂ been a lot of interesting story lines surrounding Find My iPhone over the years, as the security feature has helped numerous Apple users find their stolen or misplaced iPhones and iPads. But for one Peruvian man, the tracking tool helped him locateÂ much more than just a stolen smartphone or tablet.Â
Best Buy offers worthwhile deals with purchase of certain iPhone models, including gift cards and an iHome portable speaker
Best Buy isn’t a stranger to deals, especially when it comes to Apple-branded products. This time around, in a limited time offer spread out through the end of July, Best Buy has plenty of options for anyone looking to pick up a new iPhone.
Logitech announced on Wednesday that it will be adding three new smartphone accessories to its product lineup, including the slim and ultra-protective Protection+ case for iPhone 5s. The case features a hard polycarbonate outer shell with flex-resistant corners that are shock absorbing, safeguarding your device from the elements.Â
Building upon a recent study that found the iPhone to be the most popular smartphone in the first quarter,Â Counterpoint Technology Research Firm has published a list of the best-selling smartphones across 35 countries in May. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the iPhone 5s once again took the top spot on the list.Â
For those wondering how fast Apple’s next-generation Apple A8 chip could be, G for Games has shared potential new details. According to the report, the Chinese media has been going rampant over a rumor that theÂ Apple A8 system-on-a-chip could remain dual-core with a clock speed of 2 GHz or more.Â
The state-run China Central Television on Friday called the iPhone’s “Frequent Locations” feature a “national security concern” during its noon broadcast, claiming that the location-tracking function could allow for those with access to the data to gain knowledge of China’s “state secrets” and other sensitive information.Â