After months of speculation an industry insider (who has asked to remain anonymous) has confirmed to CNET.com.au that Optus will be one of several Australian mobile service providers to be selling Apple’s iPhone , with sales and service commencing in the last week of June.
Expect a flurry of innovative applications designed specifically for the iPhone.
With competitive pressures mounting, the phone company may cut the iPhone’s price to boost demand—and cement its relationship with Apple
As the impending 3G iPhone release approaches, rumors of its potential design, specifications, and features are abound, but some theorize that people are confusing multiple devices which could indicate an “iPhone nano”. iLounge writes that select launch partners have supposedly received design templates that point to a 3.5-inch screen on the new ve…
If you happen to be rocking a Windows Mobile handheld and you want to get in some crazy iPhone action, the transition has been made easier than ever.
Rumors are swirling that Apple may release an unlocked iPhone by the end of summer, while AT&T offers users a subsidy on its iPhone. Scott Moritz of Fortune magazine reported that when Apple releases its 3G iPhone this summer, AT&T will slash $200 from the price tag with a two-year contract.
Rogers Communications recently unveiled plans for a Canadian iPhone release, and while official details are scarce, RBC analyst Jonathan Allan predicts the plan will include a “virtually unlimited” data portion of 100 to 200MB per month. According to the National Post, Rogers would offer consumers 250 to 500 anytime minutes, as well as unlimited ev…
Fancy an iPhone but can’t get enough of Windows Mobile? The fine folks in China have a solution for you. It’s a Windows Mobile 6.0-based phone with a tremendous amount of features including two cameras, bluetooth, WiFi, integrated GPS, and more. I can’t seem to locate a name for it other than […]
Fortune reports that AT&T expects to launch Apple’s new 3G iPhone either on, or very near to, the June 27 anniversary of the original handset’s 2007 launch. Citing an unnamed source familiar with the matter, the magazine said AT&T intends to heavily subsidize the new smartphone, giving anyone who signs up for a two-year contract a $200 discount on the iPhone’s retail sticker price.
The new uses for a smartphone like the iPhone in medicine are being discovered, according to BusinessWeek on Wednesday. Cutting costs, remote diagnosis, and reducing medical errors are just some of the uses researchers have found