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Report: iPhone SDK delayed

According to a report from BusinessWeek, Apple may not make its February deadline for releasing the software development kit for the iPhone. The company had originally promised to make the SDK

Report: 400K unlocked iPhones on China Mobile

According to a report from In-Stat, as many as 400,000 unlocked iPhones have found their way onto China Mobile's network. That figure makes up more than 10 percent of Apple's 3.7 million iPhones sold

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> The NPD Group's latest report found that mobile phone sales to consumers in the U.S. reached 146 million units by the end of 2007 with total consumer sales of $11.5 billion, after rebates and

Apple joins Avid in NAB snub

Apple has followed its arch rival Avid and pulled out of the NAB2008 trade show, leaving the big Las Vegas conference without the two major suppliers of editing solutions. Apple announced its

Analyst: Apple to cut Q1 production of iPhone

According to financial analyst Craig Berger of FBR Research, who monitors the chip companies that supply chips for Apple's iPhone, Apple plans on cutting its production by a larger margin during the

Apple's iPhone is 3rd most shipped smartphone

According to a recent report from Canalys, Apple's iPhone is the third-best selling smartphone in the world. The iPhone had a 6.5 percent market share worldwide during the fourth quarter, according

Apple releases 16GB iPhone for $499

Apple has added a new iPhone to its lineup: a 16GB version that's priced at $499. The handset has twice the memory of the next most expensive model, the 8GB iPhone, which retails for $399. Apple

Analyst: Apple lost $400M from unlocked phones

According to Berstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi, Apple lost up to $400 million in future revenue and profit from the 300,000 to 400,000 unlocked iPhones. Mike Abramsky of RBC Capital Markets,

O2 U.K. gives iPhone users new plan rates

After three months of iPhone sales in the U.K., O2 is beefing up the data plans of the lower tier users and cutting the price of heavy data plans. The plans will become effective in mid-March. O2's

SPOTLIGHT: USPTO grants generic smartphone patent

A company has won a patent for "a mobile entertainment and communication device" then, at 12:01 a.m. the next day sues Apple, Nokia, Sprint, RIM, AT&T, HP, Helio, Motorola, HTC, Sony Ericsson,