T-Mobile waited nearly six years before it began selling the Apple iPhone, but the fourth-place carrier hit the ground running when it started offering the iPhone last month. Will it be enough to reverse T-Mobile's losing streak?
U.S. Cellular is smaller than the big four carriers, but the company has so far been able to bring flagship Samsung products like the Galaxy S 4 and Galaxy Note II to its network. Later this year, the carrier will add the Apple iPhone to its roster of noteworthy devices.
Apple's stock price may be on a steady decline, but the Cupertino-based company today announced that sales of its smartphone and tablet line led to record revenues for the second quarter of its fiscal 2013.
Verizon reports that it sold four million Apple iPhones in the first three months of 2013, and the company said almost half of those sales were for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Why are so many people choosing to purchase an old device?
Speaking at the National Association of Broadcasters, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam claimed that he convinced Steve Jobs to make the iPhone 5 LTE-compatible, and he revealed that delivering video accounts for half of Verizon's traffic.
T-Mobile will employ a sales trick typically associated with car dealerships to attract new buyers for the long-awaited Apple device. Rather than charge customers an initial $99 down payment, T-Mobile will take used phones as a way to eliminate up-front costs.
iPhone is the most recognizable brand in smartphones, but Apple almost went with other names for the 2007 device that led to a string of popular successors. Had things not fallen into place, you might be downloading apps on an Apple Telepod, not an Apple iPhone.
Leap Wireless began selling the Apple iPhone 5 in September 2012, but the company's Cricket wireless brand has struggled to attract customers to the phone, which is sold for $500 that must be paid up front. The slow sales could lead to a large inventory of unsold smartphones that could cost Leap millions.
Apple iOS 6.1 introduced new features like purchasing movie tickets through Siri and addressing important bugs, but the update also added a new bug that compromises the security of the passcode on an iPhone lock screen.
Have you ever purchased an Apple iOS app because of the screenshots in the App Store made the app seem interesting, only to download the app and discover that it was a fake or misleading app? If so, you'll be happy to hear Apple is trying to put a stop to that trickery.