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iPhone 4 in White Spotted in New York City, Owner Explains Why You Can’t Have One

iPhone 4 in White Spotted in New York City, Owner Explains Why You Can’t Have One

When Steve Jobs stood on stage earlier in the year and officially unveiled the new iPhone 4, no one expected that the white variation of the device would become a rarity in the world, with the Cupertino-based company announcing that the white version of the iPhone wouldn't be shipping with the black model. And still, there are people out there waiting to get their hands on the "other" iPhone 4, but Apple has remained quiet on the status of the release. Thanks to Pocket-Lint, though, it turns out the reason for the hold up of the white iPhone 4 has everything to do with the fact that it's white.

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iPhone for Verizon Landing in March 2011, Analyst Predicts

iPhone for Verizon Landing in March 2011, Analyst Predicts

Even if Target and Sam's Club are getting ready to launch the iPhone in their own stores across the nation, talk about the iPhone launching on Verizon continues. While initial rumors paint the launch of the iDevice for Big Red's network anywhere in the first half of 2011, it looks like one analyst believes that it's "on track" for a March, 2011 release date. But, as we've heard in the past, it looks like the CDMA iPhone won't just be for Verizon, but for other international markets as well.

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Apple Not Planning LTE iPhone for 2011

Apple Not Planning LTE iPhone for 2011

All of the news about Verizon and the iPhone, and how about it's inevitably launching on the largest wireless carrier in the United States has been generally positive over the last few months. Whether the device was launching for Verizon's current CDMA network, or would find its way onto the LTE network, people were eagerly anticipating its launch. But, thanks to a new report, it looks like Apple doesn't have any plans on launching an LTE-based iPhone in 2011 at all, and that's not just for Verizon, but that means for AT&T, too.

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Verizon iPhone Rumors Continue, Mass Production Beginning by End of 2010

Verizon iPhone Rumors Continue, Mass Production Beginning by End of 2010

The Verizon iPhone rumors just won't die. They probably won't until someone comes out from Apple or Verizon and just out-right says that the device isn't launching on the CDMA-based network. Until then, we get to watch the rumor mill turn and turn. This time around, according to people "briefed by Apple," it looks like mass production for the Verizon-branded iPhone are set to kick off by the end of 2010.

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Verizon May Not Accept Apple’s Contract Terms for iPhone Launch

Verizon May Not Accept Apple’s Contract Terms for iPhone Launch

Launching the iPhone may be a hard proposition for Verizon, despite what the wireless company's CEO said recently. With Verizon iPhone 4 rumors at an all time high, especially with talk about production beginning as early as November of this year. But, if a new report from Mike Abramsky of RBC Capital Markets is accurate, then the note might dispel any chance of a Verizon-branded iPhone. Interesting that this isn't the first time the contract-talks have been brought up in recent months.

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Facebook Might be Working on a Phone, Sources Say

Facebook Might be Working on a Phone, Sources Say

The smartphone war has heated up over the last few years. While there were plenty of smartphones and PDAs out there in the wild well before the launch of the original iPhone, we all know what happened to the market the moment the iDevice hit the scene. And now, as our smartphones get smarter, and there's further integration with our favorite social networking sites --like Facebook--, it's come to TechCrunch's attention that the social networking giant is now currently working on their very own, low-end phone.

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RIM Working on External Antenna for BlackBerry Devices?

RIM Working on External Antenna for BlackBerry Devices?

You can decide whether or not this falls into the whole "ironic" category. But, according to a tip we just received, it looks like Research In Motion, the house that built BlackBerry, is currently testing devices with external antennas. An external antenna is one of the most notable features of Apple's iPhone 4, for both good and bad reasons, and that's why this bit of news may be some of the most confusing tips we've ever received.

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Qualcomm Searching for iPhone Developer Guru

Qualcomm Searching for iPhone Developer Guru

Here's a new article to throw into the CDMA iPhone debate. Qualcomm, who happens to be the inventor of the wireless CDMA standard, has just posted a new open job position, and it entails working on a "secret" project. Sure, there's a lot of secrets floating around the technology industry today, but we imagine that if there is indeed an iPhone/Verizon deal going down at some point, that's one of the biggest ones. Qualcomm's role in supplying the CDMA technology in the rumored Verizon iPhone has been mentioned off and on through the last few months (if not years), and this new job posting only aides those beliefs.

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Apple Rumored to be Launching 99-Cent TV Show Rentals

Apple Rumored to be Launching 99-Cent TV Show Rentals

Interesting or not, this isn't the first time we've heard that Apple was working on 99-cent TV show rentals. It's been rumored a few times, actually. Spanning the full gamut of Apple-branded devices, from the iPad to Apple TV, in fact. But now it sounds like the talks are beginning to actually make sense, and Apple may be closer than ever to actually launching something, instead of letting the rumors fuel the whole thing.

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Verizon and Apple Still Ironing Out iPhone Deal

Verizon and Apple Still Ironing Out iPhone Deal

Another week, another addition to the rumor mill, perpetually revolving the talked-about Verizon iPhone. This time around, it's another analyst tossing in their two cents about the ever-evolving relationship between Verizon and Apple. And while folks out there may be hoping that everything is going smoothly with the deal negotiations, it seems that a snag, this time revolving around cellular technology, may be stalling the situation a bit.

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