MacRumors claims new photos allegedly of the iPhone 5S show a tweaked rear shell and the phone's internals.
The only really notable change from earlier peeks that the photos reveal of the iPhone 5S rear shell (at bottom) is a larger LED flash.
Note that alleged iPhone 5S rear shell images have appeared as far back as December of last year.
The iPhone 5S -- a device that's widely rumored and expected, though Apple has said zilch about such a product -- is also expected to boast a higher-resolution camera. Earlier reports have indicated that it may sport … Read more
The iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S4 -- two sparkling smartphones at the top of their game. But which mobile is tougher? That's what our in-depth and brutal destruction video aims to discover. Hit play on the clip above to witness the world's greatest mobiles drowned, scratched, dropped, and crushed -- with surprising results.
For our first test you'll see both phones, which were kindly donated by U.K. gadget insurance company Protect your bubble, dunked underwater, an ordeal from which Samsung's mobile made a truly miraculous recovery. Find out exactly how much … Read more
A Morgan Stanley note to investors adds to the mounting evidence of new iPhones coming in the fall.
In a research note on Wednesday titled, "Systems and PC Hardware Asia Trip Takeaways Part I," Katy Huberty of Morgan Stanley said new iPhones appear to be on the way.
"Multiple new iPhone SKUs begin production in Jun/Jul, on track with the Sept launch we model," she wrote in a note sent to investors and obtained by CNET.
That's not exactly breaking news -- as speculation of new iPhones has been rife -- but the fact … Read more
A Japan-based report indicates that production of at least one key component for the next iPhone will begin next month.
Sharp will begin volume production in June of the display "panel" for the "next" iPhone model at its Kameyama plant in Mie prefecture, according to a report in Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, a major Japanese industrial newspaper.
Sharp's Kameyama plant has not been operating at anywhere near full capacity but production of the next iPhone's display is expected to bring the plant to "full production," the report said.
The specifications for next iPhone … Read more
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Apple likely sold around 35.5 million iPhones last quarter, according to Piper Jaffay analyst Gene Munster.
In an investors note out Thursday, the analyst cited the 4 million iPhones activated by Verizon last quarter, which represent a 56 percent share of the carrier's smartphone sales and are inline with Munster's expectations.
Though that number is down from the December quarter's 63 percent, Munster believes such a decline is expected since the holiday quarter was the first full quarter of iPhone 5 sales, a period when the phone's share of the market is typically at its … Read more
The next generation of Android phones is coming, and you can't ignore the HTC One with its beautiful design that makes Apple fanboys drool. So we're taking the two of the best designed phones on the market and throwing them inside the Prizefight ring!
Does the iPhone 5 still have enough in the tank before its next refresh to hold off the hard-charging HTC One?
Or will the next generation of Android phones and HTC's cleaned-up Sense UI reign supreme in 2013?
Which is your Prizefight King of the Ring?
NOTE: We've updated this video to a more recent version that includes the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. To see the most recent edition, click here.
Prepare yourself for a heady dose of tech nostalgia, as we explore the origins -- and evolution -- of Apple's iPhone.
Hit play on the video above and see Steve Jobs' iconic gadget traced back to its roots. We'll be charting the most important new apps and features that the iPhone has sprouted over the years -- as well as its biggest mis-steps.
These days, we take highfalutin smart phones for … Read more
While Apple is rumored to be just a few months away from releasing a new iPhone -- or iPhones, depending on what you believe -- accessory makers are still busy releasing new cases for Apple's existing products.
Speck reps stopped by our offices in New York to show off some of their new products, which also included iPod Touch cases and early samples of Samsung Galaxy S4 cases.