iOS 5

Sprint iPhone will have Unlimited Data Plan

Sprint iPhone will have Unlimited Data Plan

In a confirmation that comes less than 24 hours after the first announcement that Sprint would finally, at long last, get their own set of iPhone devices, the 3rd largest mobile carrier in the USA has announced that they'd be working with unlimited data plans for the release. It's been confirmed that these unlimited plans would be starting at just $69.99 and would include unlimited data and 450 voice minutes plus unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling. Look like the deal for you?

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Samsung releases iPhone 4S vs Galaxy S II Product Spec sheet

Samsung releases iPhone 4S vs Galaxy S II Product Spec sheet

In a rather simply yet powerful gesture from Samsung, a graphic has been released with the headers Product Spec, Samsung Galaxy S II, and iPhone 4S which show a simple comparison between the two competing devices. This less than 24 hours after the first announcement of Apple's newest flagship smartphone. What we can see here is a truly comparable set of devices with what appears to be an Android winning out in the end - see that blue text? That's where the Galaxy S II is 1-upping the iPhone.

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iPhone 4S, 3GS, 4 off-contract pricing revealed

iPhone 4S, 3GS, 4 off-contract pricing revealed

So you've got the prices for all the device on-contract, yes? Now we've got the real numbers for you if you plan on running away from the store with a device that's on no contract at all as well. Can you guess what they might be? Let's start with the iPhone 3GS - this device now only comes in one iteration, 8GB, and on-contract you can get it for free if you also commit to a 2-year contract. Sounds like a deal! If you'd like to get this phone OFF contract, you'll be paying a total of $375. An interesting thing to note here is the fact that the "free" model is in stock today while the off-contract model will be delivered and in stores on the 14th of October. Strange!

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iPhone 4S vs Galaxy S II vs HTC Sensation vs DROID BIONIC vs G2x

iPhone 4S vs Galaxy S II vs HTC Sensation vs DROID BIONIC vs G2x

Now that we know what Apple is offering for this holiday season in the iPhone range, it's time we compare the device (the iPhone 4S) to the most comparable Android devices. This means, of course, that we've got to hit up each of the greatest dual-core processor creators for the platform, and with them the latest and best devices running on them. What follows is an exploration of what the best from both of these major players in mobile computing can offer. Let the fight begin!

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Apple mails physical greetings for you with new Cards app

Apple mails physical greetings for you with new Cards app

Among the many things we anticipate Apple covering at the Let’s Talk iPhone event today, one we did not expect is a new app that involves Apple physically mailing something to you or a designated recipient. The company’s John Forstall is up on stage touting the 500,000 apps currently in the App Store and that the company makes a lot of apps themselves, with the latest and somewhat most bizarre app called "Cards."

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Apple recaps iOS 5 improvements

Apple recaps iOS 5 improvements

The Apple “Let’s Talk iPhone” event is still developing and of course they can’t dive right into the next-gen iPhone just yet. Instead, they’re going over several of the new features to come with iOS 5, most of which we’ve seen previously at WWDC 2011. But here’s a recap of the more finalized versions.

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iOS 5 not iPhone 5 is Apple’s big deal today

iOS 5 not iPhone 5 is Apple’s big deal today

Apple's "Let's Talk iPhone" event is just hours away, and there's still plenty of argument over what will steal the show. New iPhone hardware will obviously have a significant impact on Apple's bottom line for the next twelve months. Whether the company launches one new handset or two, though, and whether the new flagship is an evolutionary iPhone 4S or a revolutionary iPhone 5, sales are likely to remain strong - after all, even more than a year on, the iPhone 4 is still in high demand. While that's all a big deal to Apple (and carriers), it's software which will make the broadest difference.

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iPhone 5 iDSLR prank revealed

iPhone 5 iDSLR prank revealed

If you ever wondered if your iPhone photos could possibly get more professional looking and perfect, here's your answer: the iPhone 5 iDSLR. It's the newest fake item to come out of the internet-based ranks of awesomely impossible devices branded with nothing less than a gigantic Apple logo over the lens and completely the wrong font used for the word "Apple" on the front of the flash area. Will this be your window into the new high-class Hipstamatic-laden iPhone photo future? I think so.

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Android, iOS 5 to get native Hotmail app

Android, iOS 5 to get native Hotmail app

For many of us, Hotmail may sound like something from the distant past that haunted us with spam, but Microsoft is aiming to bring it back to life with a slew of new improvements and the release of an official Android app today for the free email service. The company also revealed that Hotmail will get native support in the upcoming iOS 5.

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iOS App Rentals coming this week

iOS App Rentals coming this week

It appears quite likely that inside the BETA release for iTunes 10.5 comes a code that points directly at the future ability for users to rent applications instead of purchasing them. What this could mean is several things - it could simply be the ability for developers to allow rentals of their applications, this opening up a new window for revenue where now only freemium, payed, and free with apps options exist. Could this be the start of another revolution in app developing, or is it a complete phantom, only a re-named way to try apps out before purchase?

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