Hot off the heels of yesterday's rumor from BGR that pegged an August announcement for the next iPhone, Bloomberg has decided to enter the rumor mill and back up previous reports that put the next gen iPhone's release at a September date.
Among a September release, Bloomberg corroborates other reports that Apple's next iPhone will not, in fact, be a "radical" redesign of the iPhone 4, but instead a mere hardware boost.
After Comex teased that the iPad 2 jailbreak is "almost ready," a rumor has started circulating that the famed jailbreak site, JailbreakMe.com, will return today with the long-awaited jailbreak for the iPad 2.
According to Nexus404, the above image briefly appeared on Comex's Twitter account last night, but the image link was almost immediately pulled. Comex has been working on an iPad 2 jailbreak for quite some time, and this image could be a teaser he created and published prematurely...
Following yesterday's official announcement from Apple regarding the release of the white iPhone 4 today, Apple is now offering white iPhone 4 in its online store.
You can now order this bad boy through Apple's store in both 16GB and 32GB storage capacities. The current shipping time is 3-5 business days. If you would rather not wait that long, you can always run down to your nearest Apple, AT&T, or Verizon Wireless store to pick one up!
The folks at ModMyi have gotten their hands on an internally leaked memo from AT&T that outlines the protocol for tomorrow's white iPhone 4 announcement. Apple confirmed that the white iPhone was finally launching on AT&T and Verizon tomorrow, and demand is expected to be substantial for the device.
AT&T's customer protocol for tomorrow's launch reveals some interesting details about the upgrade policy. If you're planning on waiting in line, this memo also pertains to you...
If you were one of the few that's planning on getting a white iPhone 4 in the 32GB storage capacity from an AT&T store this Wednesday, you might not be able to.
According to an internal AT&T shipping invoice obtained by the folks over at Boy Genius Report, while AT&T stores are scheduled to receive the 16GB version of the white iPhone 4, the 32GB model is nowhere to be found on the invoice.
It appears that the white iPhone 4 will be made available as soon as this Wednesday. Reports from across the pond have set the device's European launch date for April 27th, and a leaked inventory screenshot from Best Buy confirms an American launch on the same date.
It's been 10 months of white iPhone 4 delays, and, starting this week, the device is supposed to be offered on both AT&T and Verizon. It's finally coming, folks!
It might seem like the rumor mill is working over time on Apple's next smartphone, but it's really nothing new. Up and coming Apple products typically garner a lot of attention.
There is a ton of speculation about the next iPhone flying around the internet, but none of it has been confirmed. Without an official announcement from Apple, all the tech junkies and investors have to go on are the rumors...
If you're confused about release dates surrounding the iPhone 5, you're not the only one. In classic fashion, rumors have been flying left and right about when Apple's next gen iPhone will be announced.
Originally, reliable sources said that, unlike Apple's previous track record, there would be no iPhone 5 announcement at WWDC this June. Several authoritative sources all agreed that Apple would not release the iPhone 5 during the typical summer time frame.
Yesterday, a report from a Korean site claimed that Apple would in fact have a hardware announcement at WWDC in June. This claim directly opposed the previous consensus that Apple would hold off on the iPhone 5 launch. And it appears that the recent, Korean-based rumor is false...
A report from the Korean site ETNews.co.kr claims that Apple will release the iPhone 5 on the 4th week of June. This rumor directly opposes the previous claim from TechCrunch that Apple would push back the iPhone 5 announcement to later this fall.
ETNews bases this report on inside knowledge that Korean wireless providers SK Telecom and KT will be the first to carry Apple's next iPhone. Will we see an iPhone 5 hardware announcement at WWDC this summer after all?
I just knew it. I knew it wouldn't be long until the latest Verizon iPhone rumor hit the web waves and I'd be writing about it shortly thereafter. I did not think it would be as concrete as this appears to be.
An analyst with Susquehanna Financial Group mentioned in a note to suppliers that Apple is preparing to build 3 million CDMA capable iPhones by December. This is to keep on track with an apparent early 2011 release. Are you getting a headache yet?
I remember hearing not too long ago that iPhone maker Foxconn was bragging up their ability to pump out 1.5 new iPhones per second. While we knew that meant lousy surroundings for those employed there at least the demand was surely being met, right?
TUAW has a report that highlights Apple's inability to meet the pre-order demand from the Taiwanese people. Over 200,000 people tried grabbing the new iPhone 4 through pre-order but carriers fear just 1/4 of those will be filled by the years end. That could mean for a lot of angry early adopters...
This is interesting. Engadget has a screenshot of the UK Apple Store that shows iOS 4.1 scheduled to be released on Wednesday, September 8th.
The US Website still shows the usual "Coming Soon" announcement so we'll go out on a limb here and say that the 8th is the day. Any ideas on how this inconsistency of information happens?