Tag Archives: iPhones

Constrained Supply Of New iPhones Projected; Disputed

Announcing a new iPhone model this fall is one thing. Shipping it in sufficient volume to meet anticipated demand could be another. Eleven months ago we referenced a Digitimes report that new iPhone (at the time we thought it would

Touch Panel Shipments (For Apple iPhones) Will Drop to One-third for Q2 2012 :Digitimes Report

Citing industry sources, Digitimes reported that touch panel shipments for Apple’s iPhone 4S and older models will drop by 15-20% in second quarter of this year. “The iPhone 4S is moving into the final stages of its lifecycle,” according to

The Nerve! Microsoft Accuses Apple Of Releasing New iOS Versions That Don’t Work On Legacy iPhones

Microsoft, for years known for frequently releasing new versions of Windows that would force users to upgrade in order to run hundreds of new applications and games incompatible with the old version, has now accused Apple of doing essentially the

LTE-Enabled iPhones To Roll Out At WWDC 2012?

Digitimes’ Daniel Shen and Steve Shen report that competition among handset vendors for a bigger share in the US LTE-enabled smartphone market is poised to intensify in 2012 when Sprint Nextel starts kicking off its LTE services at mid-year, according

iPhone How To: Official iPhone Unlock [All iPhones]


Get your iPhone working on any network you want, usually for free. UK iPhone Unlock Websites: O2: shop.o2.co.uk Orange: Please call them on usual Orange customer services number – the unlock website is very hard to find! Tesco: phone-shop.tesco.com Vodafone:

New HP app enables printing & scanning to iPhones, Facebook

For those running HP printers and scanners alongside their Macs, a series of new products were launched at HP’s Imaging and Printing Conference 2011, to help both its home and business consumers adopt mobile and 3D printing.

The New Normal: iPhone 6, Future iPhones May Remain On Late-Summer Release Schedule

In spite of the fact that the iPhone 5 is stated to be released at the end of the summer, tech analysts and bloggers still cannot accept the logic that a September release for the iPhone 6 and beyond may