India gets its first fully-subsidized deal from operator Reliance: zero down payment on iPhone 5c and 5s
Indian consumers looking to buy Apple’s iPhone 5c and 5s will soon be able to do so without the need to pay any upfront cost.
A lot of virtual ink has been spilled in the past couple of weeks on how Apple’s iPhone 5s is copiously dominating the “unapologetically plastic” 5c at the worldwide box-office, but before writing off Cupertino’s first colorful handheld you may want to hear a final word from Localytics.
China doesn’t seem to be taking too kindly to Apple’s colorful new iPhone 5c, as a report claims the device is being outsold eight to one by the flagship iPhone 5s in China.
A new report cites a survey of U.S. customers who purchased the new iPhones which reveals that the iPhone 5C is being outsold two to one by the high-end model, the iPhone 5S.
A new report reveals that third party apps on the iPhone 5S are likely to crash twice as often as on the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5.
It has been nearly three weeks since the new iPhones were released back in September. New inventory checks indicate declining iPhone 5S supply whereas iPhone 5C remains well stocked throughout the country.
The decision to replace their yesteryear flagship with a plastic version of the same hardware might not be working out too well for Apple, according to the latest reports.
The iPhone has long been rumored to debut on China Mobile, a new job opening at Apple hints at the impending launch yet again.
Despite apparent initial supply shortages and (new) record-breaking sales, Apple is ready to pull another rabbit out of its hat and expand iPhone 5s and 5c availability all around Mother Earth.
There were rumors circulating last week about the possibility of personal pickup for iPhone 5S being allowed once again. Apple has now resumed its in-store pickup service for its latest smartphone.
A new video has been posted online in which all eight iPhone models go head to head against each other in a test of speed. It is interesting to see how the iPhone has evolved over the years.
Boost Mobile hasn’t officially carried the iPhone as yet. If the latest purported leaked promotional material is to be believed, the prepaid carrier might soon launch Apple’s latest iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
Apple has released version 7.0.2 of iOS 7 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, to fix a security vulnerability that could let users bypass the passcode on the lock screen.
Apple’s record-breaking sales of nine million iPhones over the weekend were split almost evenly between the iPhone 5s and 5c, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities.
A purported ad campaign that China Mobile is expected to run has leaked out. It touts the carrier’s offering of “The Strongest iPhone.”
Prior to its launch, analysts believed iPhone 5C would be insanely popular in markets such as China. Market analysis tells an entirely different story.
Back when the iPhone 5s and 5c rumor bonanza started (you know, when dinosaurs were still around), basically every insider, tipster and pundit out there claimed to have it on good authority the latter was Apple’s first ever low-cost smartphone.
It was rumored prior to the smartphone’s release that perhaps gold iPhone 5S would see a lot of interest in certain markets. Apple has now reportedly asked suppliers to boost production of the gold iPhone 5S.
The day Apple released its two new iPhones, it also rolled out a firmware update developed just for them. iOS 7.0.1 is now available for the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C.
Sensible souls that aren’t camping outside a local Apple store for the new iPhone 5s and 5c can now order either device from Apple’s website in the U.S.