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iPhone 4 remains the smartphone standard

In three short years the iPhone has become

Apple takes "biggest leap" with latest iPhone

Die-hard Apple fans who have just forked out for the iPad will need to dig deep, as the new iPhone is due to hit shops on June 24.   Apple will launch the device in the

Jobs to iPhone developers: Let's make lots of money

"Stop me if you've already seen this," cracked Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs as he introduced the new iPhone 4 during his keynote appearance Monday at the company's annual Worldwide Developers

Apple unveils iPhone 4, adds video calling feature

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) unveiled the next generation of its popular iPhone, called the iPhone 4, at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. The new version of the device, which

Samsung confirms tablet for later this year

Samsung confirmed it will release a tablet product in the second half of this year, days after pictures of the purported device popped up on the Web. "While Samsung is aiming to bring a device to

News In Brief: Apple, Microsoft, Elisa, Sibirtelecom, ComReg, Yahoo, Verizon

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is expected to unveil the

iPhone tethering requires users to give up unlimited $30 plan

If current iPhone users want to add the newly announced tethering feature to their iPhone data plan when they upgrade to the iPhone OS 4, they will have to give up their unlimited data plan and opt

THE WRAP: Foxconn lifts workers' pay, Apple ships 2m iPads

This week Foxconn workers won a pay rise and Apple shifted its 2 millionth iPad.   Foxconn

Rumor roundup: Will AT&T lose its grip on the iPhone?

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs is expected to take the wraps off the next version of the iPhone June 7. The biggest question surrounding the event is whether AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) will lose

Verizon casts doubt on iPhone for the 'immediate future'

Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) is not likely to get Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone in the "immediate future," according to a company spokesman. The comments by Verizon come days ahead of Apple's Worldwide