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The new iPhone is here, and while it doesn't come with a brand new number, it does manage to sneak in a few new features that aim to make it the best iPhone yet.
This week, Apple announced not just one, but two new iPhones, stories which used to message everyone want to rush out and stand in line to spend on the latest thing. But that didn't happen this time, and now Apple has stopped doing what innovators do best: innovating.
If you thought the news stopped at an upgraded iPhone, you were wrong, as Apple did what many expected and announced a plastic iPhone, too.
When Apple changed its dock connector to the new Lightning port, there was a little bit of an outcry. Sure, you could bring a converter to your iPod dock and make an iPhone 5 work, but it wasn't the same. Well, if you're a fan of Bose, the company has a new dock made just for the now generation of iDevices.
While the Consumer Electronics Show will no doubt take the spotlight for technological and gadget-based news next week, it is a few rumours that are grabbing attention today, with suggestions and news about the next iPhone popping up later this year.
Not everyone needs a phone case – we get by just fine without one – but if you do, you have an iPhone 5, and you're a fan of a good beer, there's now a case that combines all three things.
LG hasn't exactly been in Australia's mobile space in a big way this year, focusing instead on the budget market with its L-series range of Android handsets. From what we're hearing, there won't be a 2012 release of a flagship handset locally, but we've played with the future, and it's looking pretty sweet.
I suspect I'm going to have this argument for the next part of six months: Apple fanboys are going to say the iPhone 5 is a revolution, and pundits are going to say it hasn't evolved enough. But what's really going on is that Apple – and most other manufacturers – can merely evolve the phone from here on in, as opposed to revolutionise it.
In what was easily one of the most anticipated launches of the year, the iPhone 5 has launched with crowds numbering well over the hundreds for Apple's new flagship phone.
While it doesn’t look that different from the outside, the new ‘5’ has a bigger brain, a larger screen, faster data connectivity and longer battery life. So does the new iPhone, in reality, live up to the fanfare? We’ve had a chance to use the phone for a few days to find out.
When Apple announced its flagship iPhone 5 last week, Australian e-tailer Kogan was one of the first to make pre-orders available, even beating Apple itself. Not only that, but Kogan managed to beat the pricing by a hundred bucks per tier, so how can they do it?
Did the iPhone 5 announcement impress you enough to hand over the cash and buy one? You probably already know that you've got two options – buy outright or on contract – and while we've had the outright prices since yesterday, now we've got the latter for the big three telcos plus one more.
Some people are so keen to buy the new iPhone 5 that they're already itching to join the pre-order line before it opens on Apple's online store tomorrow. But hey, there's good news, because another store has a virtual line today, and it even offers a better price than Apple.
Live from San Francisco earlier this morning, GadgetGuy’s Valens Quinn appears on Sunrise on Seven, giving his first impressions of the next iPhone, now in
That SIM card in your phone is set to get a whole lot smaller, and that's if you already own a phone with a smallish microSIM from the past year or two. So why have we moved to yet another standard, and should you cut yours down to match?
Both Optus and Telstra already have 4G connectivity running on LTE networks, but what of Vodafone? Today we found out, just in time for the launch of the 4G iPhone 5.