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.
Guess who’s back, back again, Goophone’s back, tell a friend. Cheesy opening, I know, but when dealing with the world’s first Apple iPhone 5C clone, manufactured by none other than the king of clones, it just feels right.
Apple has started accepting online reservations for its new flagship smartphone in China and Hong Kong. Those who make a reservation now will be able to pick up the device in-store on September 20.
Despite the fact that pre-orders have already begun for the iPhone 5C, no official figures have been released as of now by any of Apple’s major partners. China Mobile is the first to break its silence, the carrier claims it has received over 100,000 reservations for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
The first version of iOS 7 is yet to be released to end-users, but Apple seems to be in the process of testing iterative updates to the latest version of its operating system already.
Microsoft is taking the fight to Apple once again, this time in seven – yes, seven – new YouTube videos mocking Cupertino’s recently announced iPhone 5s and 5c.
On September 10th Apple finally unveiled its two new iPhones. From today, customers in ten countries can pre-order iPhone 5C online. There is no pre-order program for the iPhone 5S, apparently due to supply constraints.
Walmart is one of the biggest retailers based in the U.S. The chain has decided to sell both new iPhones, the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, at a discount from the very day Apple launches them.
Prior to Apple’s iPhone launch event it was rumored that the company might finally bring its smartphones to Japan’s DoCoMo carrier. It has indeed done that, and it is now believed that due to this deal the iPhone might lead the smartphone market in Japan.
It was rumored over the last few weeks that Apple will announce iPhone launch on China Mobile at its September 10 event, it didn’t. Rumors of the launch heat up again as Chinese regulator grants Apple a network access license for the carrier.
It’s become a sort of tradition for Apple’s competitors to try to detour media attention away from big iPhone or iPad unveilings through social media and commercials of all kinds. You can call it envy or you can call it solid PR. I like to call it humor.
Apple announced the iPhone 5C yesterday, and while rumors suggested that it would be available for $350 to $400, the device will in actuality cost the equivalent $728 in China and India.
Apple's event in Cupertino led to some interesting revelations, including the official announcement of the iPhone 5C and 5S as well as the anticipated fingerprint sensor and other features.
In less than an hour Apple’s iPhone launch event will kick off. For almost a couple of hours now, the online Apple Store has been down. This serves as an indicator that new products really are going to be announced today.
Despite a decline in India’s currency, Apple is reportedly keeping the prices of the iPhone and iPad steady in the country, in turn reducing the margin it usually keeps on all its devices.
Purported iPhone 5S publicity materials reveal new features: fingerprint scanner, A7 chip, 2 MP front cam
There’s no use to even try to deny it anymore. Apple’s iPhone 5C and 5S are hours away from becoming reality. But with everything from their looks to their specs and pricing structures revealed in a bundle of reports of late, there’s very little that can still surprise us.
Dozens of rumors, oodles of leaks, maybe hundreds of reports based on “insiders” and “tipsters”, they’ve all been building up to the September 10 event where Apple will unveil the new iPhone 5S and 5C.
It has been rumored a couple of times that Apple is looking to expand its presence in Japan. A new report claims that the country’s NTT DoCoMo carrier might finally start selling the iPhone this fall.
Apple has rolled out invites for a separate iPhone event on September 11, the event takes place in Beijing, China. The event is scheduled to kick off nine hours after the main iPhone launch event in California, on September 10.