Contents > What will the new iPhones be called? > Release date for the new iPhones > How many new iPhones will Apple launch? > iPhone 2018 prices > Design changes in the new iPhones > Leaked photos & illustrations > New features & tech specs > Cameras Apple's iPhone update in the autumn of 2018 could see three or even four new iPhones launch at the same time. In this article we look at all the rumours concerning the successor to the iPhone X, and the expected larger iPhone X Plus: their release date, prices, design changes, tech specs and new features. We've also got the latest leaked photos, including what is believed to be a prototype iPhone X Plus display and the new gold colour finish. We also think Apple is likely to update the iPhone SE in the spring of 2018, and we have a separate article addressing those rumours here: iPhone SE 2 news. And for advice related to the current lineup, you may prefer … [Read more...] about Leaked photo shows new gold iPhone X
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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:43 0 1. artz1986 (Posts: 453; Member since: 11 Mar 2009) Yea, it better be only available through WIFI, at&t's 3G has already turned to sh*t cheers to all those trendy iPhone clones and my grand carrier being slow to revamp their 3G/3.5G [lmao] network. Anyway, this is pretty cool, I've been wanting to hop on the Netflix bandwagon, which is why I just recently re-opened a bank account =] posted on 04 Aug 2009, 13:22 0 7. PapaJay224 (Posts: 866; Member since: 08 Feb 2009) Not sure why you told us that but...Chances are it would not use WiFi since thats not a Universal template, but you can stream mp4 or 3gp quite fluently with technology over 3g probably just fine i.e mobile youtube...It would be a great incentive to get people in to the data plan is to include Netflix... posted on 04 Aug 2009, 18:02 0 10. artz1986 (Posts: 453; Member since: 11 Mar 2009) When you're bored at work, you say w/e pops up in your head.. posted on 04 … [Read more...] about Comments for : Netflix to offer Watch Instantly feature on the iPhone?
posted on 01 Sep 2011, 09:13 9 1. iKingTrust (banned) (Posts: 716; Member since: 27 Jul 2011) YAYYYYYYYY. F YOU ATT - I ghost posted on 01 Sep 2011, 21:12 0 34. jroc74 (Posts: 6019; Member since: 30 Dec 2010) Yea...IF this is true...smart business move by Sprint. posted on 01 Sep 2011, 21:46 1 35. mannyfs (Posts: 68; Member since: 11 Feb 2011) it always has, its the reason for everything including violence 45. WookieeArmy (Posts: 3; Member since: 02 Sep 2011) Off topic! I agree none the less tho! posted on 01 Sep 2011, 22:14 0 36. dv (unregistered) The argument can be made for this move not being a good business move. The cost to the carrier for subsidisation for the iPhone is a nightmare for carriers especially one that has a cash flow crisis like Sprint. The shared revenue of data that goes to the almighty Apple. That would be the small percentage Apple negotiates to get out of the monthly data fee that the iPhone requires. posted on 03 Sep … [Read more...] about Comments for : Sprint has already inked a deal to offer the iPhone 5, Bloomberg says
Contents > What will the new iPhones be called? > Release date for the new iPhones > How many new iPhones will Apple launch? > iPhone 2018 prices > Design changes in the new iPhones > New features & tech specs > Cameras > Images & illustrations Apple's iPhone update in the autumn of 2018 could see three or even four new iPhones launch at the same time. In this article we look at all the rumours concerning the successor to the iPhone X, and the expected larger iPhone X Plus: their release date, prices, design changes (such as the notch, which we think might shrink but isn't going away any time soon), tech specs and new features. We also think Apple is likely to update the iPhone SE in the spring of 2018, and we have a separate article addressing those rumours here: iPhone SE 2 news. And for advice related to the current lineup, you may prefer to read our iPhone buying guide and roundup of … [Read more...] about Apple: Apps must support iPhone X notch, or else
By Cary ChinDon’t look for new unlimited data plans anytime soon. The move to 4G (or at least 3.5G) has already started, and carriers are looking for clean ways to get rid of all unlimited data plans. That makes sense, since the transmission speeds will soon allow you to use MUCH more than your “fair share” of wireless bandwidth on an unlimited plan.I signed up for the personal hotspot option when it was introduced, finally replacing a jailbroken iPhone 3GS running MiWi as my portable hotspot solution. I still haven’t convinced my nephew that this was a smart or even reasonable move. In fact, I was very happy with the performance of MiWi, although I was never totally comfortable with the idea of jailbreaking my phone, both from the standpoint of getting new software updates and keeping the software stable, as well as violating the terms of agreement with AT&T. Now I’m happy to pay my $20 per month to have it all, and sleep soundly at night (actually … [Read more...] about iPhone’s iOS 4.3 And The Personal Hotspot: Hot Or Not?
As the telecom, automotive and semiconductor ecosystems rally to develop solutions for next-generation mobile networks for the connected car, 5G technology has emerged as a strong contender.Fifth-generation mobile networks will enable data transmission rates of more than 10Gps, connecting machines to machines, as well as everything else, including smartphones, IoT devices that require a more energy-efficient network, faster data download and upload speeds, and lower latency than today’s 3G, 4G, 4G LTE, WiFi, and other connectivity technologies. A number of companies already are considering the potential of next-generation mobile networks, including 5G, to connect vehicles.Many believe the connected car will go the way of the mobile ecosystem, particularly for software downloads and updates.“When you look at the vehicle being connected to the cloud, whether to be able to do over-the-air (OTA) updates, upload diagnostic data from the vehicle, or infotainment streaming down … [Read more...] about Will 5G Enable Connected Cars?
In July, Nielsen Media Research reported "watching video on the Internet is no longer a novelty; 119 million unique viewers viewed 7.5 billion video streams in May 2008. In addition, as of Q1 2008, 91 million Americans (36 percent of all mobile phone subscribers in the U.S.) owned a video-capable phone."As content owners look to mobilize their video content to reach these mobile users, they'll need to consider more than simply how many users are on 3G networks. The mobile device market is still very fragmented, with spotty 3G coverage and hundreds of different types of video-enabled phones in the market. In order to deliver quality video successfully to the broadest audience, content owners will need to tap mobile video formatting and delivery specialists to ensure that that their users have the best video viewing experience. With the release of the iPhone 3G, it would be easy to assume that mobile video has arrived. Using applications like YouTube on the iPhone is easy and reminiscent … [Read more...] about EXPERT ADVICE Piecing Together Mobile Video Tech
After an excruciating week-long wait, Apple unveiled its revamped line of iPods in a carefully orchestrated event this week.Living up to the expectations of many Apple devotees, the company refreshed its entire line of iPods, added a new member to the portable media player's family and broke the news on significant new offerings.The company may have also stepped on a few toes in its massive rollout.Apple has turned out a line of devices that cover the gamut of consumers, Michael Gartenberg, a JupiterResearch analyst told MacNewsWorld. Whether they are a value-driven consumer looking for the lowest price point, more concerned about style, buying on functionality and core features, or just looking for a device that can hold a ton of music and pictures "Apple pretty much has you covered," he commented."What Apple has done here is really come up with a very powerful product line going into the holiday season that really covered everything from the very low-end with the (US)$79 introduction … [Read more...] about The Agony and the Ecstasy of an Apple Rollout
Apple will manufacture 11 million 3G iPhones this summer, projects a Bank of America analyst. Furthermore, demand for the devices will be so great that he'll likely revise upward his previous estimate of 8 million sales in 2008.After conducting a "channel check," BofA's Scott Craig said in a research note that Apple is gearing up to begin manufacturing the next generation of its iPhones this summer, with 3 million coming off factory lines in May, according to press reports. An additional 8 million iPhones are expected in June.The 3G iPhones -- if Craig has assessed the situation correctly -- will come to market as the first-generation 2.5G iPhone is updated sometime this summer.The final version of the iPhone software development kit is likely to arrive this summer as well, according to accounts. It's expected to ramp up adoption of the current-generation handset as developers build new applications for it.Given the many choices that will presumably be available this summer, it's fair … [Read more...] about 3G iPhone: If They Build It, Will You Buy?
Facebook last week introduced OpenCellular, an inexpensive, open source wireless access platform. Telecom operators, entrepreneurs, OEMs and researchers will be able to build, implement, deploy and operate wireless infrastructures to serve people living in remote areas.The platform is available in various options, ranging from a network in a box to an access point. It supports all existing wireless systems -- everything from 2G to LTE, Facebook said.However, it "contains no reference to bands used, as far as I could tell," noted Chris Taylor, a research director at Strategy Analytics."Having to support 45-plus bands could break the bank, but I suppose they could instead cover the 24 or so most popular bands, as done in the latest iPhone 6s models," he told TechNewsWorld, although that "could add (US)$15 or so to the bill of materials." OpenCellular consists of two main subsystems: general-purpose and baseband computing, or GBC, with integrated power and a housekeeping system; and … [Read more...] about Facebook’s OpenCellular Offers DIY Wireless Access for Remote Regions