White iPhone 4 issues fixed by new paint process


SOURCES: MacRumors, SoftPedia, MobileCrunch, Redmond Pie, Edible Apple. It appears that the long-awaited and often-described “mystical” device, the white iPhone 4, may finally be making it’s “official” grand appearance into the consumer electronics world.  The much-delayed version of the iPhone 4 has been affected by painting issues, which has required . . . read more

Verizon to offer $30 ‘limited’ Unlimited iPhone data plan


SOURCES: TUAW, iLounge, USA Today, Ars Technica, AppleInsider, The Loop, Mac Stories, MacRumors, into Mobile, iPhoneHacks, CultofMac, The iPhone Blog, Boy Genius Report, Redmond Pie, 9 to 5 Mac. It’s official fans … Verizon is definitely going to offer iPhone buyers a $30 unlimited data plan.  The carrier’s heir apparent and chief operating officer, Lowell McAdam, . . . read more

New iPhone and iPad videos released … the iPhone “Waltz” and iPad “Iconic”

Picture 5

Apple’s YouTube channel has just released two new videos, one featuring the iPhone “Waltz” a la Blue Danube, and the other for its tablet iPad, named “iConic”, with the now popular and familiar piano riff introduction. iPhone Waltz iPad is iConic  read more

Adobe Photoshop Express 1.5 … updated!


SOURCES: iPhone Atlas, Macworld, TUAW It’s been a long time coming, but Adobe has finally updated Photoshop Express for iOS devices, and now fully supports the Retina display for high-quality image editing.  The app is significantly faster and more responsive, and adds background uploads and multi-tasking support as well.  Definitely worth checking out for those who enjoy . . . read more

Verizon FINALLY gets the iPhone!


The day has FINALLY come. The wait is over. No more rumors. No more speculation. No more vague announcements nor innuendos by executives nor blog pundits. Mark down February 10th on your calendars – the day the Verizon iPhone is officially available to all non-existing Verizon customers. Verizon Wireless, the nation’s largest wireless mobile provider, announced Tuesday, . . . read more

Verizon iPhone Announcement on 1/11/11


Mark your calendars for Tuesday, January 11, 2011 … it’s VerizonTime! Domestic U.S. Apple fans, your time has finally come. No more unbased rumors or hearsay. An end to all the skepticism on whether Verizon would ever get the iPhone. No more overt AT&T bashing on how bad their network and service are. Yes indeed … the moment has come … a mutually-beneficial . . . read more

Is the Verizon LTE iPhone coming in January?


Now this is a very interesting rumor that has just surfaced this morning on the major Apple newswires.  A report from via a “reliable source” to MacDailyNews claims that Apple will launch a new 4G CDMA-chipped iPhone on the Verizon network immediately after Christmas, with the upgraded handset capable of accessing the Verizon’s new 4G LTE (long-term evolution) . . . read more

A Proprietary iPhone SIM card?


GigaOm reported today Apple has been working on a special SIM card that would allow iPhone buyers in Europe to get their phone from an Apple Store or online and then activate them via the App Store.  The report says that this is Apple’s attempt at “cutting out the carriers.”  Sources inside European carriers have reported that Apple has been working with SIM-card manufacturer . . . read more

Reasons for white iPhone delay?


Word just in from AppleInsider – Apple on Tuesday announced it was again forced to delay the launch of its “mythical” white iPhone 4, this time past the holiday buying season until Spring 2011.  The infamous white iPhone 4 has experienced one delay after another, first expected to be released at the end of July. John Packowski of Digital Daily received word . . . read more

iPhone losing market share to Android


According to AppleInsider and numerous other technology sites, Android has taken US market share from both the BlackBerry and iPhone again over the summer, comScore found today. Android jumped almost 42 percent to claim 17 percent of the American smartphone arena as of July data, directly at the expense of both Apple and RIM. The iPhone is back below a quarter of the field . . . read more