According to a rumor, the iPhone 8 may come bundled with 200GB of iCloud storage and 1-year of Apple Music subscription to make the $1000 cost more appealing to consumers.
We are now literally only a matter of weeks away from September 7th, which is the date that we expect Apple to hold a dedicated iPhone 7 media event to introduce the 2016 iPhone to the world. That event may be closing in extremely fast, but there's still time for additional rumors and speculation to come out of the woodwork. One of the latest, which cites unnamed Chinese sources, suggests that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus could ship with faster battery charging capabilities.
Speculation pertaining to the possibility of Apple releasing a new 4-inch iPhone 6c will just not go away. A number of industry insiders and well-placed analysts have consistently predicted that the Cupertino-based company will launch a 4-inch iPhone in early 2016 to appease those iOS fans who prefer a more budget option and simply do not want to make the move to a device that is 4.7-inches or bigger at 5.5-inches. Now, a new report, albeit a very difficult to swallow one, is suggesting that the new 4-inch phone or "iPhone 6c", could hit the market as early as February 2016, packing a vibrant colorful metal design.
New iPhone 7 rumor suggests Apple will finally add full waterproofing to next-generation iPhone and that the bigger 5.5-inch Plus model will pack even more RAM than 6s series, 3GB to be exact.
Just months before iOS 5 is released and ten days after iOS 4.3.4 came out, one wouldn't expect to ever hear about iOS 4.3.5. It now turns out that yet another update for iOS 4.3 has been uploaded to Apple's servers, allegedly fixing a critical security issue.
According to Chris Whitmore, an analyst at Deutsche Bank, we won’t see a new iPhone this September, but two: a...
If recent reports are to be believed, the next-generation iPhone will feature a dual-LED flash. According to sources, Apple has reduced orders for high-powered LED flash lights from Philips and has begun ordering dual-LED flashes from Taiwan-based makers.
With WWDC behind us, enthusiasts are starting to look at what's in store for the next-generation iPhone, which is rumored to be announced within the next few months. A spokesman at Etisalat, a United Arab Emirates-based carrier that currently carries the iPhone 4, mentioned a 4G-based "iPhone 5".