Have you ever wished that when someone handed you a check, you could instantly turn it into cash, right then and there? Well, the Chase iPhone app has made your dream come true.
A Missouri Best Buy employee has been suspended and is expected to be fired because of a video he posted to Youtube mocking iPhone fans.
Verizon knows how to run a successful "attack ad" campaign. Its commercials that blasted AT&T's fractional 3G coverage area hit big, and now it's poking fun at the whole iPhone 4 antenna problem.
Despite Apple's strong attempts to just sweep this issue under the rug, a handful of class-action lawsuits have already been filed over the widely publicized iPhone 4 reception issues.
The metal and gadgetry that holds everything together in the iPhone 4 costs $187.51, roughly $20 more than the components of an iPhone 3GS.
Apple releases phone troubleshooting manuals online. IT managers clamber for iPhones to save tech support jobs.
If comments posted on Apple's official forums are anything to go by, there may be a firmware update to the new iPhone OS platform as early as next week and it expected to target the issue of customers losing reception just from touching the edge of their phone.
No good can come of censoring the Web, but it doesn't seem to bother Pakistan. iPhone 4 not sufficiently blasphemous to get banned, but hipsters may be lashed.
The Internets are abuzz with news of thousands of people camping out for new phones that have serious design flaws. This phenomenon is known as "I believe everything Geezer Mossberg says."
Apple's making peanuts out of the app store, according to a financial analyst who says it's netted less than half a billion dollars since its launch two years ago.
If Verizon gets its own version of the iPhone in early 2011, as Barclays PLC is now predicting, it could lead to 9 million new Verizon activations and a switch-over for as many as a million AT&T customers.
Apple is collecting the precise, real-time location of iPhone and iPad users, and passing it on to other organisations.
After an extraordinary mess with last week's iPhone 4 pre-order system, some of the lucky users who were actually able to get an order in are now being told their order was canceled.
While most talk of a non-AT&T iPhone has been directed at the #1 carrier, Verizon, there's a growing thought that T-Mobile may be the first new service provider to carry the Apple phone.
Someone had to be the first, and AT&T decided that it would be the one to take the plunge - the carrier has announced that it will completely eliminate unlimited data service from new mobile subscription plans.
That's not a typo in the headline; Google has updated its mobile search engine so that people who run a search from their iPhone will be provided with a list of matching apps.
Steve Jobs says conditions are fine at the Chinese factory where staff have been hurling themselves off the roof in recent weeks.
AT&T made a quick blurb today that year-to-date sales of the iPhone have been more heavily concentrated with business customers than has been typical with the consumer-oriented device.
One in six cellphone users has been hit with an unexpected bill that didn't reflect their monthly service plan, according to a report produced by the Federal Communications Commission.
Are you tired of getting too many dropped calls on your iPhone? Well, you better just suck it up because soon, if you wanna cancel your wireless contract it's gonna set you back hundreds of dollars.