CDMA iPhone rumors are back. Apple may be launching a CDMA version of iPhone 4 in the fourth quarter of this year according to a fresh report.
Taiwanese website, Digitimes, claims that Pegatron Technology – the manufacturing arm of Asustek, has started the production of the new CDMA iPhone at its plant in Shanghai.
Apple is a company well known for its aesthetically designed products. You may have however noticed tiny black seams across the rim of the new iPhone 4 that may seem to deviate from the company's regular fixation for aesthetics.
This had even caused a lot of people to question the authenticity of the lost iPhone 4 prototype when it was first revealed by Gizmodo.
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As usual when Steve Jobs unveiled Apple’s new iPhone 4 he didn’t go into the technical details such as the processor speed, amount of RAM etc.
He just told us its “the biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone”.
We were waiting for iPhone 4 to be disassembled to find out the geeky things like the amount of RAM in the new iPhone.
MacRumors reports that Apple has started approving multitasking enabled apps. Multitasking has been one of the most sought out features among iPhone users.
While jailbroken iPhone users have enjoyed this feature for quite sometime now, the launch of iOS 4 next week will, for the first time, allow other users to simultaneously run multiple apps of some categories on their iPhone.
AT&T announced a major changes to its data plans for iPhone users recently. AT&T introduced two new data plans to replace its current $30 unlimited smartphone plan.
However, AT&T had clarified that existing iPhone users can stick with the $30 unlimited data plans, even when it's time to upgrade to the new iPhone. But it was not clear if this rule was also applicable to original iPhone or iPhone 2G customers.
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Apple has announced that it has received pre-orders for 600,000 iPhone 4’s yesterday, which was a lot higher than it had anticipated. The numbers include the pre-orders placed with carrier partners.
The numbers reported by Apple are despite the issues Apple and AT&T are having with iPhone 4 pre-orders, which makes them even more impressive.
Apple has also apologized for the issues customers faced while pre-ordering their new iPhone.
Apart from the massive surge in traffic that caused severe downtimes on these websites, we had also reported about a major security breach that was noticed by several AT&T customers.
Customers had reported that they were able to see private account information of some other user when they logged in to their account on AT&T’s website.
Good news for folks in UK and France. Apple has announced that their customers in these countries can now purchase SIM-free and unlocked units of iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4. We've learned that SIM-free, factory unlocked iPhones will also be offered to Canadian customers in July.
A message posted on Apple's UK website reads:
"When you purchase your iPhone from the Apple Online Store, you’ll get it SIM-free. So you can sign up for service with the carrier of your choice and change your carrier at any time."