When Apple finally unveils the latest iPhone model, there may be less glitz and glamor than fans of the company have come to expect.
It looks like people with spare iPhone 4's lying around are choosing to sell them now before the device becomes obsolete.
The latest report about Apple's expectedly mysterious new addition to the iPhone family pegs that the company will hold a giant media event on October 4.
It's pretty much a given at this point that Apple will show off its newest iPhone in early October, but what else does it have up its sleeve?
The nasty patent war between Samsung and Apple looks to be entering a new chapter.
It seems like that oft-rumored October unveiling of the next iPhone will actually happen.
A prominent industry analyst says there is "unprecedented" consumer demand for Apple's next-gen iPhone.
If you saw anything in the news about an internal Best Buy memo about iPhone 5 launch details, you should know that it was intentionally faked.
Just days after one of its employees lost an iPhone prototype, Apple is now looking for people to help prevent similar situations in the future.
You'd think that after last year's debacle, any Apple staffer being entrusted with a prototype device would have it threaded through his sleeves on a piece of elastic.
Sprint has issued a memo to all employees to keep their lips shut about the potentiality of a Sprint-powered iPhone.
In addition to the new, updated iPhone sure to be announced any day now, there will be a smaller, cheaper model making headlines soon as well.
Take it for what it's worth, but the latest speculation puts the iPhone 5 on store shelves beginning October 7.
The next version of the iPhone is poised to gather a whole lot of attention.
Ok Apple fans, you know those rumors about the iPhone 5 coming out in late September? It looks like you will have to wait a bit longer before lining up to throw cash in Apple’s coffers.
What’s the only thing that Apple fans love as much as the release of a new iPhone? The iPhone rumor mill of course.
A staggering survey has found that more than one-third of the US actually plans on buying Apple's next iPhone.
In an iOS update that may well be timed to correspond to the launch of the next iPhone, it looks like new voice features are on the way.
Over the last five months, Verizon has slowly been eating away at AT&T's iPhone 4 market share.
A new report suggests Apple is in fact ready to launch the iPhone 5 in September.