Most everything you heard—and got you excited—about the Samsung Galaxy S4 turned out to be true. Tech geeks were right on the money with the predicted upgrades on Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, unveiled in its “Unpacked” event March 14 in the Big Apple, less than a year after its predecessor, the Galaxy S3, debuted in London.
The launch of the iPhone 5 and the declining popularity of non-smartphones have made Apple the biggest seller of phones in the U.S. for the first time, research firm Strategy Analytics said Friday.
Cupertino, California-based Apple Inc., the world’s most valuable company, announced Monday evening (Manila time) that the new Apple iPhone 5 would be launched in the Philippines officially on December 14.
A California judge on Thursday granted motions to add Apple’s iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S3 with the Jelly Bean operating system to a patent infringement suit between the mobile giants.
Thousands of workers have gone on strike at a Foxconn plant in China making components for Apple’s iPhone 5, a labour rights group said Saturday.
Apple apologized Friday for its glitch-ridden maps application in the new operating system used by the iPhone 5 and urged customers to use rival programs while improvements are made.
Sales of Apple’s new iPhone 5 broke records in its launch weekend with sales above five million, a figure that disappointed analysts and pressured the company’s share price.
It was possible to walk into a store Saturday and buy an iPhone 5, but it took some hunting.
South Korea’s Samsung Electronics said Friday it was considering adding Apple’s new iPhone 5 to a patent infringement case as part of a long-running global legal battle between the rival smartphone giants.
A grey market for the iPhone 5 sprang up on the doorstep of Hong Kong’s Apple store Friday as it hit shelves for the first time, with resellers offering to pay more than 50 percent above retail price.
Apple says iPhone 5 preorders topped 2 million in 24 hours, more than double the amount of iPhone 4S preorders.
Apple on Wednesday introduced its new iPhone 5, a lighter, thinner and more powerful version of its iconic mobile device.
The new iPhone 5 unveiled by Apple will go on sale September 21 in the United States and six other countries, starting at $199, the company said Wednesday.