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Ahead of ‘iPhone 5,’ Apple matches discounts on iPhone 4, 4S, reports say

Apple has reportedly given the okay to its retail stores to price-match iPhones sold by other, authorized sellers. Citing an unnamed source, MacRumors reported Thursday that Apple stores will price-match the iPhone 4 to as low as $49.99 and the iPhone 4S to as low as $149.99, posting a document that says customers can ask for savings of nearly $50.


Police help Apple in search for iPhone

Police help Apple in search for iPhone

Police said they helped Apple investigators search a man's home here recently. They were reportedly looking for a prototype of the next iPhone that an Apple employee left in a bar in San Francisco's Mission neighborhood, according to CNET. Apple had contacted the police claiming the prototype is invaluable, the report says.


Exclusive: Apple suppliers building cheaper, 8GB iPhone

Asian suppliers to Apple Inc have begun manufacturing a lower-priced version of its hot-selling iPhone 4 with a smaller 8 gigabyte flash drive, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.


Apple Is Now Selling Unlocked iPhone 4s From $650

Can you believe that an iRumor has come true, for once—and early? Apple's started selling unlocked iPhone 4 phones in the US, with the 16GB model (in both black and white) costing $650, and the 32GB models coming in at $750. While this is a step forward in the right direction for Apple...


Report: White iPhone 4 coming soon

So, it might be a while before Apple fans can get their hands on the iPhone 5. But the elusive white iPhone 4 might finally be on the way.


Why Apple can't make a white iPhone

How is it that a company that's been making electronics in white for at least a decade can't produce an iPhone 4 in that color?


South Korean film director makes movie on iPhone

Acclaimed South Korean film director Park Chan-wook is wielding a new cinematic tool: the iPhone.


Consumer Reports Still Won't Back New iPhone

Phone calls might drop, but not complaints about problems with iPhone reception. Apple announced Friday that the company will discontinue its free case program at the end of September, a program that addressed reception issues with the new iPhone 4. Yet those reception issues haven't been fixed, Consumer Reports
argued Monday, and the consumer-watchdog group still can't recommend the new phone


FaceTime headed for Mac OS X and Windows next?

It seems more than a little odd to us that Apple hasn't bothered to make FaceTime compatible with its own longstanding desktop video chat service, iChat, but we've at least supposed that it's an inevitability with whatever upcoming Mac OS X update or software bundle that Apple deems appropriate. Now Mac4Ever, who was spot on with a pile of rumors last year, but hasn't succeeded with its recent prediction of an iLife '11 launch in August, is saying that Apple is prepping FaceTime both for Mac and PC.


Apple to End iPhone-Case Giveaway

Apple said it is ending its offer to give away free cases to iPhone 4 owners after Sept. 30, stating that the antenna-design issue "is even smaller than we originally thought."


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