iPhone 4S

Photojojo iPhone Rangefinder revealed and detailed

Photojojo iPhone Rangefinder revealed and detailed

Everybody knows that Photojojo makes the strangest, most interesting, and indeed some of the highest quality oddities a camera enthusiast can buy - and today they've upped the ante for hipsters working with the iPhone. Grab you iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S, slide on the first piece of the cast, pop that into the second bit, and bam, you've got your very own retro-style analog camera that looks and feels relatively similar to the real thing, but with iPhone quality in the mix! You'll be able to tap the shutter button to take a photo, use a real viewfinder, and mount it on a tripod!

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GeoSociety for iPhone Review : a perfect Pokemon alternative

GeoSociety for iPhone Review : a perfect Pokemon alternative

Recently we've heard a whole lot about the epic release and defamation of Pokemon Yellow for iPhone, a game that turned out to be a scam and was thusly removed from the market. Because this game became so popular it reached the top 10 in the iTunes App Store before it was removed from the market, we decided to go on a hunt for the best Pokemon alternative on the market instead. Turns out there's one that stands out above the best - not necessarily because it commands its own genre, but because it replicates the original Pokemon game so precisely!

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T-Mobile USA: 10 LTE devices in 2013 plus 4G iPhone support

T-Mobile USA: 10 LTE devices in 2013 plus 4G iPhone support

T-Mobile USA will have ten LTE devices up for sale by the end of 2013, the carrier's chief technical officer has revealed, with 4G service across 50 markets as well as for the iPhone. Speaking on T-Mobile's so-called "Challenger Strategy" conference call today, CTO Neville Ray described how the carrier would juggle its spectrum holdings to better server a new breed of high-speed hardware. Interestingly, the carrier also seems to be paving the way for 4G iPhone support.

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Can Samsung convince Dilbert on the Galaxy Note?

Can Samsung convince Dilbert on the Galaxy Note?

Samsung can't stop sniping at Apple, and the latest Galaxy Note street challenge seems to have convinced at least one disgruntled iPhone owner; however, the Korean firm still has Dilbert to persuade. For its latest commercial, Samsung apparently took  its 5.3-inch smartphone-tablet hybrid to the mean streets of New York City, giving Android users a few hours to get to grips with the "phablet", and then pitted them against iPhone owners on a series of challenges.

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T-Mobile USA LTE in 2013 as iPhone pumps churn

T-Mobile USA LTE in 2013 as iPhone pumps churn

T-Mobile USA has confirmed its plans to launch an LTE network in 2013, though the carrier has faced slumping revenues in Q4 2011 as subscribers jump ship to the iPhone 4S available from its rivals. "Not carrying the iPhone led to a significant increase in contract deactivations in the fourth quarter of 2011" CEO and president Philipp Humm conceded today, before announcing a $1.4bn network modernization investment plan for this year and next as it begins to make use of the huge chunk of AWS spectrum AT&T is handing over as compensation after acquisition plans collapsed.

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Apple Nightline tour reveals handmade iPhones

Apple Nightline tour reveals handmade iPhones

Apple's behind-the-scenes Foxconn factory tour for ABC's Nightline has aired, leaving the company's fans and critics arguing over whether the "privileged" access unlocked any secrets or alleviated concerns over labor treatment. Many of the more astonishing figures surround the production processes for Apple's most coveted devices, the iPad and iPhone, which are for the most part built by hand by an ever-growing team of Foxconn workers. An iPhone, for instance, takes 141 construction steps, and there is huge demand for positions at the factory.

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SmartGuard Pepper Spray iPhone Case revealed and detailed

SmartGuard Pepper Spray iPhone Case revealed and detailed

There's only one iPhone case out there today that both comes in pink and is able to bust a mugger down to his or her knees - and it goes by the name of SmartGuard. Regardless of the fact that this case cum weapon does sound sort of like an under-arm deodorant at first, the group Piexon, creator of self defense gadgets galore, implore you to not spray the contents of the attached canister under your arm. Instead this iPhone case has an integrated safety tab to prevent accidental discharge of the pepper spray inside.

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iPhone 5 tipped for September announcement

iPhone 5 tipped for September announcement

Today a report has come from a set of anonymous "Asian reliable sources" that the iPhone 5 will be announced and released in September or October of 2012. This News comes from Macotakara where a tip also leaks that this schedule will be kept for several years afterward, a new iPhone per year. Hardware has separately been tipped to be released around that time frame in rumors for the next Apple product in a more general way, so we're thinking its either an actual iPhone or a well-orchestrated ruse to point away from the truth!

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iPhone pricing structure keeps legacy models selling hot says Kantar

iPhone pricing structure keeps legacy models selling hot says Kantar

This week the analysts at Kantar Worldpanel ComTech have released a study which showed, amongst other smartphone statistics, that the iPhone 4S release's change to Apple's pricing structure has kept the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS at pre-4S sales levels. This study also showed such revelations as the idea that over half of the population in the UK current owns a smartphone of some type and Apple having a massive 29.1% market share while Windows Phone 7 sits at a tiny 2%. While Android's share is unlisted in the study, it does trump Apple - but consider how well the single phone with several iterations (the iPhone) is doing, one must take it all into perspective.

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